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Randle breaks leg as Rockets rout Lakers

After Lakers rookie Julius Randle left his NBA debut strapped to a wheeled stretcher with a broken right leg, every player at Staples Center gained a sober perspective on the season opener.

Alabama, SEC in good position for playoff rankings

If initial rankings released by the 12-member playoff selection committee on Tuesday are any indication of which four teams will be seeded into the playoff, Alabama at No. 6 has only to win out to secure a place among the semifinalists.

Royals blow out Giants 10-0, force Game 7

The raucous roar at Kauffman Stadium swelled with every batter in the second inning and then got louder the rest of the night.

Broncos fan who went missing found safe

Authorities say a Denver Broncos fan who disappeared during last week’s game has been found safe.

Spurs raise banner, beat Mavs in opener

Manu Ginobili hit just 2 of 23 shots during preseason games. But when the games began to matter, Ginobili returned to form. He scored 20 points in the season opener as the Spurs defeated Dallas 101-100 for their 10th straight regular-season victory over the Mavericks.

Davis leads Pelicans past Magic, 101-84

Anthony Davis had 26 points and tied a career high with nine blocked shots while Ryan Anderson added 22 points off the bench to lift host New Orleans to a season-opening win.

Plea deal for ex-NASCAR driver not taken

A former NASCAR driver accused of leading police on a 150-mph chase through parts of Nevada, Arizona and Utah last year didn’t take a plea deal Tuesday as expected.

Mendes just can’t get past Aldo

Jose Aldo beat Chad Mendes in Rio on Saturday in Rio in what Dana White called “the greatest featherweight title fight in history.” “I put my heart and soul into this fight. I fought tooth and nail,” Mendes said. “Obviously, I came up a bit short, but I feel the same as Jose. I think everyone wins with a fight like that.”