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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Will it be sushi or shellfish?

That's the friendly bet Democratic Reps. Joe Kennedy III of Massachusetts and Adam Schiff of California have placed on the outcome of the World Series as the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers prepare to face-off in Game 1 Tuesday night at Boston’s Fenway Park.

Kennedy represents the area surrounding Fenway Park, while Schiff represents the area bordering Dodger Stadium.

“It’s been 30 years since the Dodgers won the series, which may not seem like that long to Sox fans, but as a point of reference, it’s almost as long as Joe has been alive,” Schiff joked in a joint statement with Kennedy.

The winner of the bet, along with staff from the winner's office, will be treated to a seafood dinner from the loser’s state: sushi from California or shellfish from Massachusetts.

Friendly sports wagers are nothing new in Congress, but in recent years, they've shown a flair for theatrics.

When the Dodgers lost to the Houston Astros in last year’s series, Rep. Jimmy Gomez, a California Democrat, flew across the country to Los Angeles with a suitcase full of the ingredients for French dip sandwiches after losing his wager. The rabid Dodgers fan who represents downtown Los Angeles used a cart decked out in Dodgers gear to deliver the sandwiches to the office of Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, a Democrat who represents the area where the Astros' stadium is located.

It has been more than a century since the Dodgers and Red Sox last met in the World Series in 1916 -- Boston took the title then, and Kennedy believes history will repeat itself.

“Unless Adam has shared some deeply classified information that I can’t access with Dave Roberts, my staff and I will be figuring out why LA insists on eating raw fish in a few weeks,” Kennedy said.

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iStock/Thinkstock(LOS ANGELES) -- Following the Los Angeles Lakers' 143-142 overtime loss to the San Antonio Spurs Monday night, LeBron James had a message for fans: "We'll be fine."

James assured reporters and Lakers fans the team will see improvement as the year goes on:

"It's not tough. I know what I got myself into. It's a process. I get it. And it will be fine. So, I didn't come here thinking we were going to be blazing storms right out of the gate. It's a process and I understand that."

This is an unusual position for James. It is the first time one of his teams have started the season 0-3 since his second year in the league. For the Lakers, however, losing has become commonplace since the end of the 2012-13 season.

After joining the Lakers via free agency this past offseason, James was tasked with turning around a franchise that lost at least 50 games for four straight seasons before winning 35 last year. Some of last year’s positive signs have carried over into this season, such as the team overcoming an eighteen point deficit against the Spurs.

It has not translated to victories in the early going, however, as the Lakers go on the road to play the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday in search of their first win of 2018.

James assured Lakers fans that it is coming soon:

"We're going to continue to get better. We're going to continue to get better. I like the direction we're going in. Obviously, it's not resulting in the wins right now but it's such a long process."

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Here are the scores from Saturday’s sports events:

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Orlando 93, Boston 90
Toronto 127, Charlotte 106
Minnesota 101, Indiana 91
Milwaukee 124, N-Y Knicks 113
Dallas 115, Chicago 109
Memphis 92, Utah 84
OT Washington 125, Portland 124
OT San Antonio 143, L.A. Lakers 142
Golden State 123, Phoenix 103

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Colorado 4, Philadelphia 1
Carolina 3, Detroit 1
OT Winnipeg 5, St. Louis 4
Washington 5, Vancouver 2

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
Atlanta 23, N-Y Giants 20

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iStock/Thinkstock(CLINTON, North Carolina) -- Ex-NFL player Rae Carruth was released from prison Monday morning after spending nearly two decades behind bars on charges stemming from the murder of his pregnant girlfriend.

Carruth, a former wide receiver for the Carolina Panthers, was sentenced to 18 to 24 years in 2001 after a jury found him guilty of conspiring to murder Cherica Adams.

"I'm excited about just being out of here. I'm nervous just about how I'll be received by the public,” Carruth said in an phone interview with ABC affiliate WSOC-TV on Sunday. "I still have to work. I still have to live. I have to exist out there and it just seems like there is so much hate and negativity toward me. I'm actually some what frightened."

Prosecutors said Carruth hired Van Brett Watkins and Michael Kennedy to kill Adams in November 1999, when she was eight months pregnant.

Adams, 24, was following Carruth in a separate vehicle after a movie when Watkins and Kennedy pulled up beside her. Prosecutors said Carruth used his vehicle to block Adams' car while Watkins opened fire on her.

She died four weeks after the shooting. Her son, Chancellor Lee Adams, was born via a cesarean section and had severe injuries.

Chancellor Lee Adams, now 18, has been living with his maternal grandmother, Saundra Adams, and was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Carruth said he hopes to "make things right" with both of them once he's released.

"I've apologized to Ms. Adams for the loss of her daughter and taken responsibility for what happened," Carruth said. "I don't want to harm Ms. Adams. I guess, honestly, I just want to truly be forgiven."

Saundra Adams told the Charlotte Observer earlier this year that she would "leave the door open" for a potential relationship with Carruth.

"I've forgiven Rae already, but to have any type of relationship with him, there does have to be some repentance," Adams said in February. "And I think this opens the door. But I can say definitively he's not ever going to have custody of Chancellor.

"Chancellor will be raised either by me, or, after I'm gone, by someone else who loves him and who knows him. He will never be raised by a stranger -- someone he doesn't know and who tried to kill him."

Carruth, a 1997 first-round draft pick, was found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder, discharging a firearm into occupied property and attempting to destroy an unborn child, court records show. He's set to be released from Sampson Correctional Institution in Clinton, North Carolina, later today.

Watkins, who plead guilty to second-degree murder, was sentenced to a minimum of 40 years in prison. Kennedy, who drove the car, was released in 2011.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Here are the scores from Saturday’s sports events:

NATIONAL LEAGUE
L.A. Dodgers 5, Milwaukee 1

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Toronto 117, Washington 113
Indiana 132, Brooklyn 112
Philadelphia 116, Orlando 115
Boston 103, N.Y. Knicks 101
Detroit 118, Chicago 116
Charlotte 113, Miami 112
Dallas 140, Minnesota 136
Denver 119, Phoenix 91
Portland 121, San Antonio 108
Houston 124, L.A. Lakers 115

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Colorado 3, Carolina 1
Philadelphia 5, New Jersey 2
Buffalo 5, L.A. Kings 1
Winnipeg 5, Arizona 3
St. Louis 4, Toronto 1
Chicago 4, Columbus 1
OT Ottawa 4, Montreal 3
OT Detroit 4, Florida 3
OT Minnesota 5, Tampa Bay 4
Nashville 3, Edmonton 0
OT Vancouver 2, Boston 1
Vegas 3, Anaheim 1
San Jose 4, N.Y. Islanders 1

TOP 25 COLLEGE FOOTBALL
(1) Alabama 58, Tennessee 21
Purdue 49, (2) Ohio St. 20
(3) Clemson 41, (16) NC State 7
(5) LSU 19, (22) Mississippi St. 3
(6) Michigan 21, (24) Michigan St. 7
(9) Oklahoma 52, TCU 27
(10) UCF 37, East Carolina 10
(25) Washington St. 34, (12) Oregon 20
(14) Kentucky 14, Vanderbilt 7
(15) Washington 27, Colorado 13
(18) Penn St. 33, Indiana 28
(19) Iowa 23, Maryland 0
OT Temple 24, (20) Cincinnati 17
(21) South Florida 38, UConn 30
(23) Wisconsin 49, Illinois 20

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Here are the scores from Friday’s sports events:

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 7, L.A. Dodgers 2

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Charlotte 120, Orlando 88
Brooklyn 107, N.Y. Knicks 105
Minnesota 131, Cleveland 123
Toronto 113, Boston 101
New Orleans 149, Sacramento 129
Memphis 131, Atlanta 117
Milwaukee 118, Indiana 101
Golden State 124, Utah 123
L.A. Clippers 108, Oklahoma City 92

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
SO Florida 6, Washington 5
Minnesota 3, Dallas 1
Nashville 5, Calgary 3

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Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The Cleveland Browns are trading running back Carlos Hyde to the Jacksonville Jaguars, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Hyde has rushed for 382 yards and five touchdown through Cleveland's first six games. He will now help fill a hole for a Jacksonville team that has been without its star running back Leonard Fournette for much of the season.

Fournette has already been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Houston Texans. It will be the third consecutive game Fournette will not play.

The move will give Browns rookie running back Nick Chubb more opportunities to show his talent. Chubb has tallied 173 yards and two touchdowns on just 16 carries this season.

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Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- After a hot start, LeBron James' first game as a Los Angeles Laker ended in a loss, but not one that has the superstar worried.

James opened the game with a pair of jaw-dropping dunks in a 19-second span. And though he scored 26 points and added 12 rebounds and six assists, the Lakers dropped their season opener to the Portland Trail Blazers, 128-119. Asked how long it will take for the team's chemistry to develop, James said simply "not as fast as you guys think  it's going to happen."

"I always kind of compare it to like instant oatmeal," James continued. "It is not that fast. It takes a while to get to where you can close your eyes and know exactly where your guys are."

James is no stranger to teams that take time to gel. When he joined the Miami Heat in 2010, Miami struggled to a 9-8 start despite three of the league's best players. And his return to Cleveland in 2014 saw the Cavaliers open the season by losing 20 of their first 39 games.

James' teams made the NBA Finals in each of the last eight seasons -- including his first years in Miami and his return to Cleveland.

The Lakers don't catch a break in game two, facing the Houston Rockets and James Harden.

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artisteer/iStock/Thinkstock(PHOENIX) -- After their offense sputtered through the first seven weeks of the season, the Arizona Cardinals have decided to make a change.

The Cardinals fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Friday, one day after a 45-10 loss to the Denver Broncos dropped Arizona to 1-6. Nearing the halfway point of the season, Arizona has not yet gained 300 yards in a single game, and hasn't had a 100-yard rusher. That despite drafting highly touted quarterback Josh Rosen in the spring, and returning running back David Johnson.

This is the second consecutive year that McCoy has been fired during the season. The Broncos fired McCoy after Week 11 of last year.

McCoy will be replaced by quarterbacks coach Byron Leftwich. Leftwich played nine seasons in the league for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Atlanta Falcons, Pittsburgh Steelers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Leftwich joined the team as an intern in 2016 and was later promoted to quarterbacks coach. He has never called plays at the NFL level.

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ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Here are the scores from yesterday's sports events:

   AMERICAN LEAGUE
   Boston   4  Houston   1

   NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
   Philadelphia  127  Chicago      108
   Miami         113  Washington   112
   Portland      128  L.A. Lakers  119

   NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
   Colorado        5  New Jersey     3
   Columbus        6  Philadelphia   3
   Pittsburgh      3  Toronto        0
   Tampa Bay       3  Detroit        1
   Winnipeg        4  Vancouver      1
   Arizona         4  Chicago        1
   OT  Edmonton        3  Boston         2
   San Jose        5  Buffalo        1
   N-Y Islanders   7  L.A. Kings     2

   NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
   Denver   45  Arizona   10

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