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Lakers owner Jerry Buss, 80, dies ... Police: Pistorius' girlfriend shot 4 times ... Indiana back to No. 1 for third time ... Serena Williams returns to No. 1 ... Sports news from United Press International.
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Oscar Pistorius charged with murder ... Serena Williams nears return to No. 1 .. .Federer, del Potro advance in Rotterdam ... Matt White's wife unstable, lawyer says ... Sports news from United Press International.
Nadal reaches semifinals in Chile ... Lakers rally from 19 down to defeat Charlotte ... Report: Oden could return to NBA ... Snedeker shares Pebble Beach lead ... Sports news from United Press International.
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Azarenka defends Australian Open title ... Thick fog, play suspended at Torrey Pines ... Cubs tepid on rooftop billboard proposal ... Lindsey Vonn narrowly wins giant slalom ... Sports news from United Press International.
Murray beats Federer in Australian semis … Azarenka needs Australia win to stay No. 1 … Venus Williams has back injury … Chris Wood ahead at Qatar Masters … Sports news from United Press International.
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