LeBron James' dramatic and historic free agency will have a fitting conclusion — on TV.
It is not known which team James will join or where the announcement will take place.
The two-time MVP and marquee name in a stellar free-agent class also featuring
• The Clippers have reached an agreement in principle with
Del Negro was fired by the Chicago Bulls in May after going 82-82 in two seasons and making two postseason appearances. Mike Dunleavy quit as Clippers coach midway through last season and his assistant, Kim Hughes, finished the season as interim coach.
SPORTS AND COURTS
Fired in March for his antics on and off the court, former Seton Hall basketball coach Bobby Gonzalez has been arrested on charges of shoplifting from a New Jersey mall.
Gonzalez, 47, reported to Millburn police headquarters on Monday. He faces charges of criminal mischief, along with shoplifting. He is accused of taking a satchel worth roughly $1,400 from the Polo Ralph Lauren store in the Short Hills Mall on June 29.
He plans to plead not guilty, said defense attorney Gerald Krovatin, who also is representing Gonzalez in a lawsuit over his dismissal. He called the accusations a miscommunication and a series of misunderstandings.
• Virginia Beach police said they know who was responsible for shooting another man following Michael Vick's birthday celebration outside a nightclub last month, but the shooter will not be charged "at this time" because the victim has not cooperated with investigators. The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback was not the shooter and there are no suspects other than the shooter, police said.
Henderson, a 330-pound offensive tackle from St. Paul, Minn., was one of the coveted members of coach Lane Kiffin’s first recruiting class. Henderson had made a televised announcement saying he picked USC over Ohio State,
Also, junior defensive end
San Diego State’s Aztec Aquaplex again has been selected to host the NCAA Women’s Water Polo National Championship, in May of 2012. The announcement comes after
• Restricted free agent forward
Frank Crumley was named Georgia's interim athletic director.
However, university President
Crumley had worked as Evans' top assistant — executive associate athletic director for finance — since 2007.
Nicolas Mahut, the loser in the record-setting three-day match at Wimbledon, returned to the court and advanced with a 6-3, 1-6, 6-3 victory against Alejandro Falla.
The first-round match at the Hall of Fame Championships in Newport, R.I., lasted 83 minutes — far shorter than the Frenchman’s record 11-hour, 5-minute loss to
Braun scored in the 5th minute when he took a Mariano Trujillo free kick from 40 yards out in the left side of the box and booted it in from six yards.
Diana Taurasi scored 30 points and Candice Dupree had a season-high 25 points and 12 rebounds to lead the