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WEDNESDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
NBA: Clippers at Celtics, 7:30 p.m. (CSNNE)
NBA: Lakers at Cavaliers, 8 p.m. (ESPN)
NBA: Rockets at Trail Blazers, 10:30 p.m. (ESPN) College basketball: Tulane at East Carolina, 6:15 p.m. (ESPNews) College basketball: Butler at Seton Hall, 6:30 p.m. (FS1) College basketball: Providence at Marquette, 7 p.m. (CBSSN)
College basketball: LSU at South Carolina, 7 p.m. (ESPN2)
College basketball: Memphis at Houston, 7 p.m. (ESPNU)
College basketball: Baylor at Kansas State, 8:15 p.m. (ESPNews)
College basketball: Iowa State at Texas Tech, 9 p.m. (ESPNU)
College basketball: Tulsa at SMU, 9 p.m. (CBSSN)
College basketball: Washington at Utah, 9 p.m. (ESPN2)
College basketball: San Diego State at Fresno State, 11 p.m. (CBSSN) NHL: Rangers at Penguins, 8 p.m. (NBCSN)
Soccer: FA Cup, West Bromwich at Peterborough United, 2:30 p.m. (FS1)
AROUND THE WEB:
— Johnny Manziel’s departure from Cleveland can’t come soon enough for the Browns.
On Tuesday the team denied an NFL Network report that it covered up for the fact that Manziel showed up at for practice the final week of the season in an intoxicated state by placing him in the concussion protocol.
NFL Network’s Michael Silver, using an unnamed Browns player as his source, reported that the team “lied” to protect Manziel, who took a couple of hard hits during the team’s Dec. 27 loss to the Chiefs.
“Johnny Manziel came to our facility on the morning of December 30th and complained of concussion symptoms,” the team said in a statement. “He was tested by an independent neurologist and entered the league’s concussion protocol. He remained in the protocol until January 12th after being cleared by the independent neurologist.”
Manziel missed the final regular-season game against the Steelers, and he missed a scheduled medical checkup the morning of that game after reportedly visiting Las Vegas the previous day.
Similar speculation emerged that week, with then-coach Mike Pettine strongly denying the team covered for Manziel.
Silver sent out a series of tweets defending his report, but he backtracked slightly, saying he takes the Browns at their word and regrets using the word “lied.”
— The Clippers came down on star Blake Griffin, suspending the injured forward four games and docking him an additional game’s salary because his broke his hand punching a member of the equipment staff last month. The suspension will begin when Griffin returns from his injury in a few weeks.
“We have made it clear that this conduct has no place in the Clippers organization,” team owner Steve Ballmer and coach Doc Rivers said in a joint statement. “Blake is remorseful and has apologized for his actions. He is a valued member of our Clippers family and we support him as he rejoins the team.”
The NBA assisted with the Clippers’ investigation and is not expected to hand down further punishment.
Griffin already was sidelined with a partially torn quadriceps tendon when he reportedly punched assistant equipment manager Matias Testi while the two were at dinner at a Toronto restaurant. Griffin and Testi are friends.
The Clippers, who are 18-4 without Griffin, close out a four-game road trip with a game against the Celtics on Wednesday night.
Jackson, who fired coach Derek Fisher this week, apparently has an opt-out clause in his contract that he can exercise this summer.
According to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, “There’s still a strong belief Jackson will eventually find his way to his fiancee Jeanie Buss and the Los Angeles Lakers.”
Kurt Rambis, Jackson’s former assistant with the Lakers (as was Fisher), made his debut as interim coach Tuesday night in a 111-108 loss to the Wizards.
ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Feb. 10, 1989, which former Providence College star who went on to a successful NBA coaching career was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame?
QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Show me a good loser and I’ll show you a loser. … If I offended anybody that’s cool, but I know who I am and I’m not about to conform nor bend for anybody’s expectations because yours or anybody’s expectations would never exceed mine.” — Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, defending his surly behavior in the postgame interview area after Sunday’s Super Bowl
STAT OF THE DAY: 5 — Points scored in the final two seconds of Tuesday’s Celtics-Bucks game, with the Bucks scoring three of those points to escape with a 112-111 victory
Miami point guard Angel Rodriguez outjumps a pack of taller Pittsburgh players to tip in the winning basket with 1.4 seconds left.
From a high school game in Pennsylvania, Wilmington High takes a one-point lead on a layup with two seconds remaining, but Jacob Reimold of Reynolds High School hits a full-court heave at the buzzer to give his team the victory.
A fan dancing at the University of Kentucky basketball game attempts to slide down a railing while holding a young girl. It does not end well.
We discuss the return of Milan Lucic to Boston as an LA King, and whether or not the Bruins got enough or made the right move to trade him away.
[0:00:44] ... relying too much on. The offensive successes of a Brad marsh and PatriceBergeron and David crate Sheehan Louie Ericsson and I'm not seeing enough production out of the people after that. I think you're starting to see some from postured not gonna keep reminding myself that he's nineteen years old and that I shouldn't expect too much from him from an offensive perspective yet. Haven't seen anywhere near enough thought Jimmy Hayes I like Matt the last skis effort if not necessarily his production. I think Landon Ferraro you know as a as a nice nice fourth lying piece penalty killing type of peace. There's a reason he was put on waivers by the DetroitRedWings and I'm glad that picked him up. That the settling down at me personally it's easy the first two lines working and that they're laying it out there and made that it topical and I didn't have any sparking. So so one must think I'm meant to them on that some will keep them out and I'll. Let. Did you do about want to about it. The yes that that and realized. All yet no doubt it is that was always known when he was here. Mean he knows more about the NationalHockeyLeague than anybody and now he tells more about the NHL the Bob McKenzie for crying out it's great he knew he knew ... [0:12:05] ... you're four players who were making more than seven million honesty. Yet ZdenoChara making seven. David crate G-7 point 25. Tuukka Rask seven point five. And up PatriceBergeron eight point 75. You don't have anybody making six next step is Brad marsh and he's at four and a half lowly ...
We look at four of the biggest sore losers in recent sports memory.
[0:00:30] ... that avenue and with the ports port after the loss in the SuperBowl on Sunday if back. Set it up and take losing very well I think the requires them approach. I will say this. ... [0:11:08] ... minutes now that's beside the point I mean if I'm gonna say CamNewton needs to suck it up and and just. You know do the thing you have to do them. Location congress is flattered ... [0:14:37] ... aside from the went on Saturday coach yap. As a for the EricMangini Gatorade bath game in October of a couple of years ago. He's always been gradually the other coach is always to do in the the perfunctory handshake they minutes yet with the exception. The main Jeannie thing I don't remember him blowing off of a post game coach handshake. And in fact as you pointed out yesterday correctly Michael. He got accused of doing that with Coughlin and it was just the opposite in the SuperBowl in Glendale. He was trying to get to Coughlin to give them a hug before that the field got filled with people ... [0:16:36] ... this game but congratulations. Would Richard Sherman a source sport after the SuperBowl after the opposite right now he was during a game was really obnoxious put up more to move full hour. And after the game. And TomBrady. Circuit and I did well while. Bruce Irvin was like who commit armed assault on people yet he stood there and for a minute Brady didn't even know that his hand was extended. And Sherman held an LP euros of a long awkward moment but sure he was he was gracious there and nobody on Seattle. Ever said that you know to. Failed to take accountability with CamNewton it's worse than just. You know style points it's the fact that he has disavowed. Any responsibility. We'll lose in that game ...