Timberwolves get free agent Mo Williams (Yahoo Sports)
- MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Timberwolves and free-agent guard Mo Williams have agreed to a one-year deal worth $3.75 million.
Lions postpone talks with Suh until after season (Yahoo Sports)
- The Detroit Lions are postponing contract talks with All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh until after the season. Suh is entering the final season of his contract, and team president Tom Lewand and general manager Martin Mayhew said before practice Monday that negotiations are being tabled. If the two sides can't reach a deal after the season, the Lions could still keep Suh by using their franchise tag on him. ... I think the cap is going to go up next year, and probably the year after that too.'' Suh was drafted in 2010 by the Lions with the second overall pick, and he has 27 1/2 sacks in his four pro seasons.
Gemili takes silver in men's 100m
Okagbare wins women's 100m gold
- Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare wins the women's 100m gold in 10.85 seconds, with England's Asha Philips in fourth.
Demaryius Thomas back at Broncos camp (Yahoo Sports)
- Peyton Manning's top target is back, in the building at least. Demaryius Thomas returned from bereavement leave Monday but his flight from Georgia didn't get back in time for him to participate in a spirited practice at Dove Valley that featured three scuffles. Thomas missed the first five days of training camp for the AFC champs following the death last week of his grandmother in Georgia. Bubba Caldwell filled in with Emmanuel Sanders and rookie Cody Latimer also getting more work during the seven workouts Thomas missed.
Lawyer: Wife plotted to take over Sterling trust (Yahoo Sports)
- A lawyer argued Monday that the estranged wife of Donald Sterling plotted to strip his client from the family trust that owned the Los Angeles Clippers after the head of the NBA said she couldn't negotiate a sale of the franchise unless she owned all the shares. ''That's the beginning of the plan to get rid of Mr. Sterling,'' attorney Maxwell Blecher, who referred to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver as a co-conspirator, said during his closing argument in the case. ''Pure and simple, it was an invidious scheme to strip Donald Sterling as co-trustee so he couldn't block the sale of the Clippers.'' Blecher made his claims at the trial to determine whether Shelly Sterling can sell the Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion. The arguments followed several weeks of testimony involving Shelly Sterling's removal of her husband from the family trust when two doctors found he had Alzheimer's disease and couldn't manage his affairs.
Bell dedicates ton to grandfather
- England batsman Ian Bell commemorates his 167 at the Rose Bowl to grandfather William, who died this summer.
Clegg wins sprint gold for Scotland
- Scotland's Libby Clegg wins her nation's first athletics gold of 2014 with success in the Para-sport T11/12 100m.
Moeen Ali supported over wristbands
- England claim Moeen Ali has done "nothing wrong" after wearing pro-Gaza wristbands during the third Test against India.
Smith impresses as England open lead
- Louis Smith marks his international return by helping England take a commanding lead halfway through gymnastic's team finals.
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