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John Blanding/The Boston Globe via Getty Images(BOSTON) -- The full complement of jurors was chosen Monday to hear the trial of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez.

The 16 jurors selected will be sworn on Wednesday, with opening statements and testimony expected to follow.

Hernandez, 27, is charged in a double murder outside a Boston nightclub. The former New England Patriots tight end has already been convicted in a deadly shooting in another part of the state.

Hernandez will go on trial not far from where his former team celebrated its Super Bowl victory.

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Miguel Tovar/LatinContent/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Just days after being traded to the Philadelphia 76ers, Andrew Bogut is reportedly seeking to get released.

Sources tell ESPN the center is in active buyout negotiations with Philadelphia, and should he get released, the Cleveland Cavaliers appear to be the front-runner in signing him.

Bogut, 32, is hoping he can be released by Wednesday, ESPN reports.

The Dallas Mavericks traded Bogut, along with shooting guard Justin Anderson and a conditional first-round pick, to the Sixers last Thursday in exchange for forward Nerlens Noel.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners:

INTERLEAGUE

Baltimore 8, Pittsburgh 3
Minnesota 5, Washington 2
Houston 3, Atlanta 2
Philadelphia 10, Toronto 3
NY Mets 5, Detroit 2
Cleveland 1, Chicago Cubs 1
Chicago White Sox 7, Colorado 3
Seattle 13, San Diego 2

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Tampa Bay 7, Boston 3
NY Yankees 7, Toronto 2
LA Angels 5, Oakland 3
Texas 6, Kansas City 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St. Louis 7, Miami 4
San Francisco 9, Cincinnati 5
LA Dodgers 10, Milwaukee 8
Colorado 6, Arizona 1

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

Milwaukee 100, Phoenix 96
San Antonio 119, LA Lakers 98
Memphis 105, Denver 98
Utah 102, Washington 92
Toronto 112, Portland 106
Boston 104, Detroit 98
Oklahoma City 118, New Orleans 110
LA Clippers 124, Charlotte 121 (OT)

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Boston 6, Dallas 3
Calgary 3, Carolina 1
Columbus 5, NY Rangers 2
Nashville 5, Edmonton 4
Chicago 4, St. Louis 2
Ottawa 2, Florida 1
Arizona 3, Buffalo 2

TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL

(7) Louisville 88, Syracuse 68
UCF 53, (15) Cincinnati 49
Michigan St. 84, (16) Wisconsin 74
(21) Notre Dame 64, Georgia Tech 60
(22) Butler 88, Xavier 79

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Brian Lawdermilk/Getty Images(DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.) -- It's safe to say Kurt Busch and Stewart-Haas Racing are very happy after Busch scored his first-ever win at Daytona in a nail-biter on Sunday.

Up until the very last lap, it appeared a victory at the Great American Race would once again elude Busch.  But then his No. 41 Ford Fusion passed Chase Elliot and Kyle Larson on the final lap to cinch his victory, and his 29th win in the Monster Energy Cup Series.

It didn't hurt that more than a few of Busch's competitors were eliminated in crashes, including Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Joey Logano, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and more.

Busch called the race, particularly the end, "one of the smartest chess games" he'd seen on the track, adding, "We got lucky."

Here are the top-ten standings in the Monster Energy Cup Series following Sunday's race:

  1. Kurt Busch -- 48 points
  2. Ryan Blaney -- 44
  3. AJ Allmendinger -- 39
  4. Aric Almirola -- 33
  5. Paul Menard -- 32
  6. Joey Logano -- 40
  7. Kasey Kahne -- 30
  8. Michael Waltrip -- 29
  9. Matt DiBenedetto -- 28
  10. Trevor Bayne -- 27

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Allen Kee / ESPN Images(BROOKLYN, N.Y.) -- The Golden State Warriors clinched a playoff berth with a 112-95 victory. The team was without Kevin Durant, who was nursing a hand injury, though he is not expected to miss an extended period of time.

With the win, the Warriors secured their fifth straight playoff berth. The five-year postseason run is the franchise's second longest stretch. They made the playoffs for six straight seasons from 1946 to 1952.

According to ESPN, the Warriors are the first team to clinch a playoff spot this early on the calendar since the 1985-86 Boston Celtics, who also clinched on February 25th. That Celtics team went on to win the NBA Championship.

Stephen Curry led all scorers in the game with 27 points. Afterwards he told reporters he cherishes their playoff berth because he remembers when the franchise consistently missed the postseason. Curry did not appear in an NBA playoff game until his fourth year in the league.

The team is moving past last year's NBA Finals loss to the Cavaliers. They set an NBA-record by winning 73 regular season games and held a 3-1 lead in the Finals, but  weren't able to secure their second championship in as many seasons.

Golden State's already lost as many regular season games as they did last year, but they hold the NBA's best record and a comfortable lead in the Western Conference.

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DigitalVision/Thinkstock(SPOKANE, Wash.) -- BYU spoiled No. 1 Gonzaga's perfect season after being the Bulldogs 79-71 Saturday night. The loss snaps Gonzaga's 29-game winning streak, leaving the team just one win away from an undefeated regular season.

In their regular season home finale, the Bulldogs surrendered a ten point second half lead and lost a chance to become just the fourth team since 1991 to finish the regular season without a loss.

The loss won't hurt Gonzaga's pursuit of their first ever Final Four appearance, but it could make their path a little tougher. They could be relegated to a number 2 seed in the tournament after they were locked in as a number one seed when they were undefeated. Even if Gonzaga wins their conference tournament, other teams from larger conferences could be picked for the top four seeds instead.

The Bulldogs will play next in the West Coast Conference Tournament, which begins March 3rd.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners:

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Charlotte      99  Sacramento     85
Orlando       105  Atlanta        86
N-Y Knicks    110  Philadelphia  109
Miami         113  Indiana        95
Chicago       117  Cleveland      99
Dallas         96  New Orleans    83
Houston       142  Minnesota     130
Golden State  112  Brooklyn       95

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
L.A. Kings    4  Anaheim         1
OT  N-Y Rangers   4  New Jersey      3
Nashville     5  Washington      2
Columbus      7  N-Y Islanders   0
OT  Montreal      3  Toronto         2
Pittsburgh    4  Philadelphia    2
San Jose      4  Vancouver       1
Colorado      5  Buffalo         3

TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL

BYU                       79  (1) Gonzaga      71
(2) Villanova             79  (23) Creighton   63
(3) Kansas                77  Texas            67
(5) UCLA                  77  (4) Arizona      72
(6) Oregon                75  Stanford         73
(8) North Carolina        85  Pittsburgh       67
Iowa St.                  72  (9) Baylor       69
Miami                     55  (10) Duke        50
(11) Kentucky             76  (13) Florida     66
(12) West Virginia        61  TCU              60
Michigan                  82  (14) Purdue      70
(17) SMU                  69  UConn            61
(18) Virginia             70  NC State         55
(19) Florida St.          76  Clemson          74
(20) Saint Mary's (Cal)   70  Santa Clara      56
Iowa                      83  (24) Maryland    69
(25) Wichita St.          86  Missouri St.     67

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Allen Kee / ESPN Images(NEW YORK) -- Oklahoma Sooners star quarterback Baker Mayfield was arrested Saturday morning in Arkansas. The Washington County (Ark.) sheriff's office charged him with public intoxication, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and fleeing.

ESPN obtained a preliminary police report that states Mayfield began yelling "profanities and causing a scene" as an officer was brought to address an assault and battery report.

ESPN added that officers had to chase Mayfield after he slurred his speech and had trouble walking down stairs. The front of his clothing was covered in food. Mayfield would not place his arms behind his back, and was arrested and booked at 8:21 a.m. local time at the Washington County Detention Facility.

The sheriff's office says Mayfield has a court date on April 7.

The University of Oklahoma released the following statement in response: "We are aware of the matter and are learning the details. We don't have any other information at this time."

Mayfield has finished two straight seasons in the top five of the Heisman voting.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners:

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Philadelphia   120  Washington     112
Indiana        102  Memphis         92
Miami          108  Atlanta         90
Minnesota       97  Dallas          84
OT  Chicago        128  Phoenix        121
Toronto        107  Boston          97
Oklahoma City  110  L.A. Lakers     93
Utah           109  Milwaukee       95
Denver         129  Brooklyn       109
San Antonio    105  L.A. Clippers   97

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Washington   2  Edmonton   1
Carolina     3  Ottawa     0
Calgary      4  Florida    2
Dallas       5  Arizona    2

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iStock/Thinkstock(VANCOUVER, Canada) -- Five members of the Vancouver Canucks may have come down with mumps, the team said on Friday.

While the team says that only one player has received a confirmed diagnosis, four others have "presented with symptoms of mumps." The players with symptoms are being tested and quarantined for five days after the onset of symptoms, or until tests prove negative.

The team also said it was offering vaccination to minimize further risk of transmission and universal preventative hygiene measures would be undertaken. All dressing room areas will be disinfected.

Canucks general manager Jim Benning said in a statement that the team is "taking this very seriously given how easily mumps can spread."

Benning confirmed that defenseman Troy Stecher is the only player with a confirmed test result. Defenders Chris Tanev and Nikita Tryamkin, and centers Mike Chaput and Markus Granlund are the four others who have presented with symptoms.

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