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Warriors unveil special Chinese New Year unis
The Golden State Warriors announced on Monday that the team would wear a special Chinese New Year uniform.
Sources: Smith, Morris to coach Falcons' D
Former Redskins secondary coach Raheem Morris has agreed to a position with the Atlanta Falcons as assistant head coach in charge of defensive backs, a source confirmed Monday morning.
Kobe will have surgery on torn rotator cuff
Kobe Bryant will undergo surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder, and the Lakers said a timetable for his recovery won't be known until after the procedure.
Safety Woodson agrees to return to Raiders
Charles Woodson has agreed to a contract to return to the Oakland Raiders in 2015, the team announced Monday.
Unbeatens Kentucky, Virginia still atop AP poll
Kentucky stays in its season-long perch atop the AP Top 25 and has taken back one of its lost first-place votes from No. 2 Virginia.
Report: NFL eyes Pats locker room attendant
The NFL has zeroed in on a New England Patriots locker room attendant who allegedly took the AFC Championship Game balls from the officials' locker room to another area on the way to field, Fox Sports reported, citing sources.
CFP officials won't budge on semis, title dates
Officials from the College Football Playoff are standing firm behind their original dates for future semifinals and national championship games in spite of a report that officials from ESPN and the NFL would like to see the dates changed.
Both Vegas odds and fans betting on Patriots
The Super Bowl point spread is holding steady at New England minus-1, even as money continues to pile up on the Patriots in Las Vegas.
Sources: Yanks plan to block A-Rod bonuses
The New York Yankees are devising legal arguments so Alex Rodriguez won't be able to collect any of the bonuses he is owed per the $30 million "milestone home run" marketing agreement he signed in 2007, sources confirmed to ESPN.com.
Sources: 11 of 12 Pats footballs underinflated
Eleven of 12 footballs were inflated 2 pounds per square inch below what's required by NFL regulations during the Pats' 45-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts, according to sources.
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