Seattle Storm Trade

seatte stormThe Seattle Storm have traded Camille Little and Shekinna Stricklen to the Connecticut Sun for the third and 15th picks in the upcoming WNBA draft and Renee Montgomery. The Storm already have the No. 1 pick. Connecticut is trying to regroup from the loss of rookie of the year Chiney Ogwumike, who is sidelined for at least six months after having microfracture surgery

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Full Health: Entire Seattle Roster Participates In Practice

hawks12All-Pros Earl Thomas and Richard Sherman were full participants as the Seattle Seahawks held their first full Super Bowl practice of the week. Seattle's entire 53-man roster took park in Wednesday's practice at Arizona State University. Thomas dislocated a shoulder in the NFC championship game win over Green Bay and sat out two days of practice last week. Thomas was limited in Seattle's last practice before leaving for Arizona.

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Lynch's Next Scripted Answer: 'You Know Why I'm Here'

seahawksparadeA day after giving the same one-sentence response at Super Bowl Media Day, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch had another scripted answer to any questions. Lynch said "you know why I'm here" to every question except one. He stayed for five minutes. He came out to a podium instead of his original assigned spot on Wednesday.

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Super Bowl-Media Day-Lynch

ml mediaday12015Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch constantly repeated "I'm here so I don't get fined" for five minutes before leaving the podium at Media Day. About 200 reporters crowded around Lynch's podium for at least 15 minutes before he arrived. But Lynch wouldn't answer any questions.

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Super Bowl-Private Jets

For some travelers visiting Arizona for the Super Bowl, the trip may be just as memorable as the game. Hundreds of luxury jets will arrive at eight airports around metropolitan Phoenix by kickoff Sunday. Perks for passengers include goody-filled swag bags, a concert by country group Lady Antebellum, complimentary cocktails and high-end catering once they emerge from their Lear jets and Gulfstreams. Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor says 1,200 to 1,400 private and commercial flights will inundate metro Phoenix during Super Bowl weekend. The FAA and airports have been planning for the high volume over the past year, collaborating with aviation businesses on a reservation system to manage all the flights. Gregor says flights will be scheduled in an orderly fashion to avoid overwhelming air traffic control. PHOENIX (AP) – January 28, 2015