After a 149-day lockout, NBA owners and players agreed to a tentative new collective bargaining agreement that will salvage a 66-game season. Both sides appear to have compromised in order to avoid canceling the season for the first time in NBA history.
As the NBA lockout wears on, some players are taking it harder than others. Delonte West, for one, is growing concerned about his family and how he’s going to pay his bills while the league is on hiatus.
Sixteen-year-old Canadian hockey player Kyle Fundytus died after taking a puck to the throat while blocking a shot during a game. Because of the incident, a risk and safety management committee will meet next month to reconsider the rules on blocking shots, among other concerns. Fundytus was wearing a neck protector at the time of the accident.
“I can assure you it will be there,” Glen McCurdie, Hockey Canada’s vice president of member services, said. “We will take an incident such as this and see what can be done.”
The Baltimore Orioles unveiled new uniforms for the 2012 season Tuesday that include the team’s famous cartoon bird and a return to the orange jersey they haven’t used since 1992, the team’s inaugural season at Camden Yards.
Both changes are immediately in effect on all team apparel.
After 51 hours in captivity, Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos was rescued on Friday after being kidnapped from his home in Venezuela. Investigators quickly found the car used to abduct Ramos, and the house used to prepare for the kidnapping. From there, they zoned in on a cabin in the mountains where they suspected Ramos was being held.
Former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was charged with sexually assaulting eight boys over 15 years. Equally troubling is an allegation that the school reportedly knew about it while it was happening and decided to cover it up rather than report it.
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