(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Colts going with McDaniel for next head coach. AFC beats NFC in Pro Bowl. Pacific Division takes home NHL All-Star Game. Rousey joining WWE on full-time basis. NBA giving more money to ASG winners.

>>Report: Colts To Hire Patriots’ McDaniels

(Indianapolis, IN) — The Indianapolis Colts are set on hiring New England Patriots’ offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels as their head coach. ESPN reports the Colts offered McDaniels the job after a second interview Friday. McDaniels can’t officially accept the job until after the Super Bowl when New England’s season is complete.

>>AFC Rallies Past NFC In Pro Bowl

(Orlando, FL) — Delanie Walker caught two touchdowns, including the go-ahead score with 1:31 remaining, as the AFC rallied past the NFC 24-23 at the Pro Bowl in Orlando. The AFC trailed 20-3 in the third quarter before the comeback, led by Walker’s two touchdown catches. He won offensive MVP. Von Miller finished with a sack, forced fumble and fumble recovery to win defensive MVP.

>>Rakell, Pacific Defeats Atlantic In NHL All-Star Game

(Tampa, FL) — Richard Rakell scored twice as the Pacific Division defeated the Atlantic 5-2 in the finals of the NHL All-Star Game in Tampa. The Pacific squad beat the Central team 5-2 in the semifinals to advance, while the Atlantic mopped the Metro, 7-4. Vancouver rookie Brock Boeser was named MVP.

>>Rousey Going Full-Time With WWE

(Undated) — Former UFC great Ronda Rousey is taking on a new job. According to ESPN, Rousey will join the WWE as a full-time wrestler. She was at the Royal Rumble in a surprise spot on Sunday in Philadelphia. Rousey lost the last two fights of her UFC career to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes. She hasn’t fought since 2016. Rousey stopped fighting MMA at the age of 29.

>>NBA Increasing Earnings For ASG

(Undated) — The NBA is taking measures to try and make the 2018 NBA All-Star Game more competitive. According to ESPN, players on the winning team will each get 100-thousand-dollars versus 25-thousand for the losing team. That’s up 50-thousand-dollars for the winning squad compared to last season. The exhibition contest is at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles on February 18th.


NFL Pro Bowl
AFC 24, NFC 23 (at Orlando, FL)

Houston Rockets 113, Phoenix Suns 102
Milwaukee Bucks 110, Chicago Bulls 96
LA Clippers 112, New Orleans Pelicans 103
Toronto Raptors 123, Los Angeles Lakers 111
Oklahoma City Thunder 122, Philadelphia 76ers 112
Cleveland Cavaliers 121, Detroit Pistons 104
San Antonio Spurs 113, Sacramento Kings 98

NHL All-Star Game
Atlantic All-Stars 7, Metropolitan All-Stars 4 (Semifinal)
Pacific All-Stars 5, Central All-Stars 2 (Semifinal)
Pacific All-Stars 5, Atlantic All-Stars 2 (All-Star Final)

Top-25 College Basketball (“USA Today” Coaches’ Poll)
#1 Villanova Wildcats 85, Marquette Golden Eagles 82
#3 Purdue Boilermakers 74, Indiana Hoosiers 67
#6 Michigan State Spartans 74, Maryland Terrapins 68
#16 Wichita State Shockers 90, Tulsa Golden Hurricane 71
#17 Clemson Tigers 72, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 70

Farmers Insurance Open (at San Diego, CA)
(Play suspended after fifth playoff hole)
T1. Alex Noren (-10)
T1. Jason Day (-10)
3. Ryan Palmer (-10) (Eliminated after first playoff hole)

>>MONDAY’S SCHEDULE (All times are Eastern)

7:00 p.m. – Charlotte Hornets at Indiana Pacers
7:30 p.m. – Minnesota Timberwolves at Atlanta Hawks
8:00 p.m. – Phoenix Suns at Memphis Grizzlies
8:00 p.m. – Philadelphia 76ers at Milwaukee Bucks
8:30 p.m. – Miami Heat at Dallas Mavericks
9:00 p.m. – Boston Celtics at Denver Nuggets

No Games Scheduled (NHL All-Star Break)

Top-25 College Basketball (“USA Today” Coaches’ Poll)
7:00 p.m. – #4 Duke Blue Devils host Notre Dame Fighting Irish
9:00 p.m. – #5 Kansas Jayhawks at Kansas State Wildcats
7:00 p.m. – #25 Michigan Wolverines host Northwetern Wildcats

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