>>Bennett Free On Bail
(Houston, TX) — Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett is free on 10-thousand dollars bail after turning himself in to police Monday. Bennett is accused of injuring a paraplegic security guard while running onto the field after the 2017 Super Bowl in Houston. He’s charged with felony injury of the elderly. Bennett’s attorney Rusty Hardin is denying his client touched the woman at all.
>>Rams Sign DT Suh
(Los Angeles, CA) — Pro Bowl defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh [[ ehn-DAHM-uh-kehn SOO ]] is heading West. Multiple outlets report Suh has agreed to a one-year, 14-million-dollar deal with the Los Angeles Rams. The eight-year veteran signed the deal Monday, less than two weeks after being released by the Miami Dolphins. Suh joins fellow Pro Bowler Aaron Donald on L.A.’s defensive line.
>>Cardinals Edge Blue Jays
(Dunedin, FL) — The Cardinals scored three runs in the eighth inning as they edged the Blue Jays 5-3 in Dunedin, Florida. Marcell Ozuna homered for St. Louis, which faces the Jays again today in Montreal. Today is the final exhibition game of the season.
>>Red Sox Double Up Cubs
(Undated) — Yu Darvish gave up one earned run in three innings as the Cubs lost to the Red Sox 4-2. Chicago wraps up its exhibition slate playing Boston again today in Florida. Opening Day for the Cubs is Thursday versus the Marlins at Marlins Park. Jon Lester starts for Chicago opposite Miami’s Jose Urena.
>>White Sox Close Out Exhibition Season
(Charlotte, NC) — The White Sox wrapped up their exhibition slate by beating the Triple-A Knights 9-5 in Charlotte. Chicago’s opener is Thursday in Kansas City. The Sox and Royals have a three-game series run through Sunday. James Shields starts for Chicago. KC counters with Danny Duffy.
>>Fultz Returns As Sixers Cruise Past Nuggets
(Philadelphia, PA) — Markelle Fultz returned to the Sixers lineup as they clobbered the Nuggets 123-104 in Philadelphia. The top-overall pick in this past NBA draft scored 10 points with eight assists in 14 minutes off the bench. Fultz had not played October due to a shoulder injury.
>>Missouri’s Porter Junior Heading To NBA
(Columbia, MO) — Another potential lottery pick is declaring for the 2018 NBA Draft. Michael Porter Junior has announced he’s leaving Missouri after his freshman season. He only played 53 minutes during this season for the Tigers. The six-foot-10 forward had back surgery after playing just two minutes in Mizzou’s season opener.
>>NBA G-League Player Dies After Collapsing On Court
(Grand Rapids, MI) — The NBA community is mourning the loss of player Zeke Upshaw, who is dead at the age of 26. Upshaw died Monday, two days after collapsing during an NBA G-League game for the Grand Rapids Drive. Upshaw suddenly collapsed in the game’s final minute and had to be stretchered off the court Saturday night. The Drive are the minor-league affiliate of the Detroit Pistons.
>>Blues Host Sharks
(St. Louis, MO) — The Blues seek their sixth straight win as they host the San Jose Sharks tonight. St. Louis is currently one point behind Colorado for the final Wild Card slot in the West. The Sharks enter on an eight-game win streak of their own. The puck drops at 7 p.m.
>>Sharks Top Blackhawks In Shootout
(Chicago, IL) — Kevin Labanc scored the game-winning goal in the shootout as the Sharks topped the Blackhawks 5-4 at the United Center. Alex DeBrincat had a goal and an assist for Chicago, which has lost six-of-seven. They host the Jets on Thursday. The Blackhawks have five games left in the season.
>>Bulls At Rockets
(Houston, TX) — The Bulls make the second stop on their four-game road trip tonight against the Rockets. Chicago has lost five in-a-row after a 117-95 loss to the Pistons on Saturday. The Bulls are 24-and-49, giving them the eighth-worst record in the NBA. Houston is 60-and-14.