Athlete's ex-girlfriend says he carried a gun with him "all the time."
UC Santa Barbara fan runs on court, confronts Hawaii basketball coach
Ex-NFL player Darren Sharper returns to LA court seeking release on bail
Harris English finishes his round, as Woods struggles with weather, new Doral
Darren Sharper told witnesses that the sex he and a friend had with two women in New Orleans in September was not consensual, according to a report by a New Orleans police detective obtained by USA Today. The former NFL safety is currently jailed in Los Angeles, having surrendered last week to police after a warrant was issued in connection with the alleged rapes in New Orleans. An acquaintance of Sharper's, Erik Nunez, also is facing two charges of aggravated rape in the incident, which police in Louisiana said occurred at an apartment on Sept. 23, 2013. Nunez was booked on two counts of rape Friday morning in New Orleans. The report states the two alleged victims were under the influence of an unknown substance and "do not recall the entirety of the sexual intercourse."Â Both victims said they awoke from the stupor to find Sharper on top of them, "completely nude," according to the report, and both denied consenting to the sex. ...
SAN ANTONIO -- It was understood -- expected, actually -- that the week would go downhill for LeBron James from the moment he scored a career-high 61 points against Charlotte the other night. But not even James could have imaged the drop-off since Monday would be this frustrating and steep. In other words, where are those Bobcats when you need them? The San Antonio Spurs certainly weren't as accommodating in their approach to defending James on the way to smothering the Heat in a 111-87 victory in a matchup of teams that met in the Finals last season. James missed 12 of his 18 shots and had five turnovers in the Heat's most lopsided loss of the season. That effort Thursday came on the heels of Tuesday's 106-103 loss in Houston, where James missed a shot that would have forced overtime to cap a fourth quarter in which he was held scoreless. As James sat in his locker after Thursday's loss, he pointed out of number of nuisances that aggravated him...
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DORAL, Fla. -- The weather didn't do Tiger Woods' back any favors Thursday during the opening round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship. Perhaps it will help his golf game. Woods faces a long, 26-hole day of golf Friday, which isn't necessarily good for a previously aching back that caused him to withdraw Sunday from the Honda Classic. But given that his game wasn't responding on the newly revamped Blue Monster course at Trump National Doral, maybe it was fortunate he managed to play just 10 holes. Woods talked a good game afterward in brief comments, but he played like a guy who hadn't hit a full shot since Sunday and only got to look at -- not play -- what is essentially a new course during a practice round. The No. 1-ranked player in the world has four victories in his career at Doral, but the course underwent significant changes since Woods won here a year ago, including all 18 greens being completely remade. And it showed, as...
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