1. Former Boston Celtics great and NBA Hall of Famer Jo Jo White passed away Tuesday at the age of 71.
2. Houston’s James Harden, Trevor Ariza, Chris Paul, and Gerald Green pushed their way into the Clippers locker room Monday night after a 113-102 loss to LA looking to confront Austin Rivers.
3. Buena Park head football coach Davis Lowery resigned Tuesday after just one year.
4. South Hills RB/LB Ryan Torres received the following recognition after his senior season. Palomares Athlete of the year 2017; 1st team Palomares RB; 1st team Palomares LB;
1st team All SGV LB; 1st team All CIF Utility player D-7.
5. Justin Morneau, the 2006 AL MVP, and Minnesota Twins first baseman, is retiring after 14 years.
6. Former Upland and current Washington State redshirt sophomore quarterback Tyler Hilinski was found dead in his apartment in Pullman, Washington Tuesday of an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound to the head. A rifle was recovered next to Hilinski and a suicide note was found. Hilinski made his first start for the Cougars in a Holiday Bowl loss to Michigan State in December.
7. Stanford RB Bryce Love announced he will return for his senior season.
8. Pasadena routed Burroughs 78-41 Tuesday night for their fifth straight Pacific League win.
9. On this day in 1995 the Los Angeles Rams announced they will be moving to St. Louis.
10. Also on this day in 1988, Cleveland RB Earnest Byner fumbled at the Denver three-yard line with 1:12 remaining in the fourth quarter allowing the Broncos to beat the Browns 38-33 in the AFC Championship game.