Two-time All-Star Todd Frazier is on the move. The White Sox acquired the Home Run Derby champ as part of a three-team deal with the Reds and Dodgers. The 29-year-old Frazier hit a career-high 35 homers with the Reds last season.
The Bulls outscored the Grizzlies 48-32 in the second half to pull away for a 98-85 win. Jimmy Butler netted 24 points for Chicago, which has won the first four on its five-game homestand. Derrick Rose scored 19 in the win. The Bulls host the Pistons tomorrow.
The Warriors bounced back from their first loss of the season in resounding fashion. Klay Thompson scored 43 points as Golden State slammed the Suns, 128-103. Thompson and Steph Curry combined to outscore the Suns through three quarters, 68-65.
Charlie Whitehurst could be in line to start for the Colts. Andrew Luck continues to recover from a lacerated kidney, while Matt Hasselbeck is also questionable for Indy with bruised ribs. The 6-and-7 Colts face off with the 6-and-7 Texans, who will be without starting quarterback Brian Hoyer due to a concussion.
The Bears are sticking with kicker Robbie Gould. The veteran has missed three field goals in the last two games, including a potential game-winner against the 49ers and a potential game-tying boot against Washington.
The NFL is tweaking its officiating procedure for the postseason. Game officials will consult with director of officiating Dean Blandino in instances that are not covered under the current instant replay system. These situations include any administrative matter that isn’t reviewable.
Week 15 of the NFL season kicks off with the 5-and-8 Rams hosting the 6-and-7 Buccaneers on “Thursday Night Football”. Both teams will wear special Color Rush uniforms tonight, with the Rams in all yellow and the Buccaneers in all red.
The playing career of U.S. soccer star Abby Wambach is over. Wambach played in her final match in Team USA’s 1-0 loss to China. With 184 goals, Wambach walks away with more international goals than any player, male or female, in history.