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LeBron James continued to make his mark on the record books Tuesday, as he passed former teammate Ray Allen for No. 21 on the NBA's all-time scoring list in the Cleveland Cavaliers' 110-79 win over the Boston Celtics.
The Lions declined to use the franchise tag on star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh on Monday and, soon after, a group of investors decided to act during what might be Suh's last week with the Lions, financing "$UH?" billboards around Detroit.
Vikings management will fly to Texas on Wednesday to meet with Adrian Peterson, according to ESPN Vikings reporter Ben Goessling.
The NBA has fined the New York Knicks an undisclosed amount for president Phil Jackson's public comments on Ohio State freshman D'Angelo Russell, NBA spokesman Tim Frank confirmed Tuesday.
Top Mets prospect Noah Syndergaard accepted responsibility for being in the clubhouse during Tuesday's intrasquad game in violation of protocol, while captain David Wright apologized for confronting him in the presence of media.
The Philadelphia Eagles have traded running back LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for linebacker Kiko Alonso, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Kansas junior forward Perry Ellis is doubtful for Saturday's regular-season finale at Oklahoma, but Jayhawks coach Bill Self expects him back for the Big 12 tournament.
No. 1 Kentucky overcame a nine-point deficit in the second half to keep its perfect season intact and beat Georgia 72-64 on Tuesday.
Jim Harbaugh and one of the Michigan football program's support staffers stopped to help a pair of women who had been in a car crash on the interstate Tuesday afternoon.
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh will miss at least the remainder of the season after developing blood clots on one of his lungs, the team announced Saturday.

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