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Source: Moss played hurt

A source confirmed that Patriots receiver Randy Moss did play parts of the 2009 season with a separated shoulder. The source said that Moss originally sustained the injury against Denver in Week 5. Moss was listed on the injury report with a shoulder injury in October and early November. The source was unclear on whether surgery would be necessary. (Boston Globe) Comment

Putz: Mets never gave me a physical

The Mets now have more medical controversies this offseason than significant additions to the roster. J.J. Putz is the latest dissatisfied customer, claiming he did not receive a physical after the Mets traded for him last winter, even though the Mariners had previously detected a bone spur in the reliever's right elbow. (New York Post) Comment

Sources: Celtics shopping Allen

The Celtics have initiated trade proposals on Ray Allen, multiple league sources say, and Boston is searching for a younger, less expensive guard and an expiring contract. This way they can find a replacement for the 34-year-old Allen without losing him and his $20 million expiring contract for nothing in free agency this summer. (Yahoo! Sports) Comment

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Kobe Bryant struck a Jordan-esque pose after becoming the Lakers' all-time leading scorer on Monday night.

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Kobe Bryant's 81-point game against the Raptors from Jan. 22, 2006

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  • 1876 -- The National League is formed with teams in Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Hartford, Louisville, New York, Philadelphia and St. Louis
  • 1954 -- Bevo Francis of Rio Grande College scores 113 points vs. Hillsdale College
  • 1970 -- Pete Maravich of LSU becomes the first college basketball player to score 3,000 points

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