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The Detroit Lions released a mini-movie celebrating their 2023 season, where they reached the NFC Championship, capturing the team's achievements and setting the tone for future aspirations.
The San Antonio Spurs and player Devin Vassell released a clothing line, with a unique leather jacket among the items. They also announced "Rock Into Spring," a free concert event.
UT Arlington prepares to battle Seattle U in a critical WAC game. With playoff implications on the line, both teams aim for a victory in this keenly anticipated matchup.
The Miami Heat defeated the Portland Trail Blazers 106-96, with Jimmy Butler and Terry Rozier returning and contributing significantly to the victory.
The Pistons are finalizing a buyout with center Mike Muscala, who averaged 3.5 points with the team. Playoff-bound teams are interested in the shooter for his three-point ability.
Mitch Haniger hit a home run in his first at-bat with the Mariners after returning from the Giants, impressing fans and showing off his work to prevent injuries.
The MLB All-Star week is happening in Arlington from July 12-16, featuring the All-Star Game, Home Run Derby, and a range of events at the All-Star Village and Youth Academy.
The University of Portland's men's tennis team won 6-1 against the Montana State Bobcats, maintaining a perfect 4-0 home record and 4-2 overall this season.
Arizona Coyotes players participated in the "Celebrity Waiters Gala" to raise funds for local charities, serving guests and mingling with fans to support nonprofit organizations through their foundation.
Encore Boston Harbor casino was fined $40,000 by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission for accepting illegal bets on Boston College women's basketball games, in violation of state law.
The Miami Heat secured a 121-110 win over the Sacramento Kings, led by Bam Adebayo and an impactful bench performance despite multiple player absences.
The Seattle Kraken defeated the Boston Bruins 4-3 in a shootout, overcoming David Pastrnak's hat trick, with Grubauer's key saves and Yamamoto's winning shot.
Bryce Stanfield, a Furman University football player, died from a pulmonary embolism unrelated to football. He collapsed during a workout and later passed away. The university offered condolences to his family.