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Hines Ward Accidentally Handcuffed in L.A.

Football player and current 'Dancing With the Stars' contestant Hines Ward was mistakenly handcuffed by police early Thursday morning in Los Angeles, TMZ has learned.

Hines and the female driver were reportedly pulled over by police at around 2AM after they ran the car's plates and noticed it had been reported stolen.

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Man Fined for Throwing Octopus at Detroit Red Wings Game

Who knew that throwing a slimy octopus onto a hockey rink was a 50-plus year tradition? Die-hard Detroit Red Wings fan Charlie Graves did. But what the Farmington resident didn't know was that following through with that tradition could --and would -- land him with a court date.

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Robot to Throw Out First Pitch at Philadelphia Phillies Game [VIDEO]

A robot will throw out the ceremonial first pitch before Wednesday afternoon's game between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Milwaukee Brewers.

The robot, appropriately named Philliebot, was created by University of Pennsylvania students Jordan Brindza and Jamie Gewirtz, and will be part of Science Day at Citizen's Bank Park in Philadelphia.

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Geoffrey Mutai Runs Fastest Marathon Ever

Kenyan Geoffrey Mutai won the Boston Marathon on Monday, finishing in 2 hours, 3 minutes, 2 seconds, the fastest 26.2 miles in history.

But, alas, there's a catch: Even though Mutai beat the previous record by 57 seconds, because there was a strong tailwind on a downhill course, Mutai's time won't be recognized. In fact, 2011 Boston Marathon runner-up and fellow-Kenyan Moses Mosop also surpassed the world record, finishing only four seconds behind Mutai.

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The 2011 Masters Championship

With four birdies on the last four holes, South African Charl Schwartzel captured one of the most exciting and wide-open Masters in the championship's storied 76-year history. Here were some of the sights this week at Augusta National Golf Club

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NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament - Final Four - Practice
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NOW ONLY TWO

I realize that not everyone is a sports fan but I think when March Madness comes around, it's like the World Series...we all get our interest peaked in seeing who goes home with all the marbles.

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Triple Overtimes, Wilt and Kobe

Mark mentioned in Sports Trivia this morning that it was on this date in 1957 that North Carolina beat Kansas in a triple overtime NCAA men's basketball championship game. That got our research department into overdrive! Check out what we found out after the jump.

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Watch the Blake Griffin Dunk That Didn’t Count[VIDEO]

Phoenix Suns' head coach Alvin Gentry labeled the dunk Los Angeles Clippers' rookie Blake Griffin threw down over Suns' center Marcin Gortat on Sunday as "impressive of a dunk as I have seen in the NBA in 23 years."

Unfortunately for Griffin, the dunk didn't count, since he was called for a charge.

After the jump, watch Griffin posterize Gortat. (Does it still count as posterization when you commit a foul on the play?) We've also included bonus videos of Griffin dunks that were actually worth two points.

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NCAA Basketball Tournament - Week One Highlights
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NCAA Basketball Tournament – Week One Highlights

The first week of the NCAA Basketball Tournament has been put to rest.  Here are the highlights:

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Beach Boys Putting Out “New” Album

The Associated Press reported this morning that the Beach Boys are finally going to release their "Smile" album that was supposed to be the follow up to their "Pet Sounds" album. That means that album has been sitting on the shelves for 44 years! Brian Wilson says he's looking forward to fans hearing the "beautiful angelic voices of the boys in a proper studio release."

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KSEN Is Ready For The Madness!

Our coverage of the NCAA men's basketball tournament begins Thursday night! I'll have scores of the early games on my show Thursday and Friday, then we'll join the Westwood One coverage at 6 those nights.  Saturday and Sunday mornings, Westwood One starts their broadcasts at 10, and we'll stay with the tournament until we join Super Gold Saturday night and Back to the 70s Sunday!

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NCAA Tournament's Field of 68 Set
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NCAA Tournament’s Field of 68 Set

The Big East snagged a record 11 spots for the 2011 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, including a one seed in the Southeast region for Pittsburgh, who had been the Big East's  regular season champions.

Rounding out the top seeds were the defending NCAA champions

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