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  1. On Feb. 24, thousands gathered in Los Angeles to celebrate the life of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others who died in a helicopter crash. These were the moments in the margins of the spotlight.
  2. Former heavyweight world titlist Deontay Wilder said he will "definitely" exercise his right to an immediate third fight with Tyson Fury, even while he bemoaned the fatiguing effects of the elaborate outfit he wore on his ring walk.
  3. Doc Rivers attended the Kobe Bryant memorial on Monday in Los Angeles and said he thought it was the first time that family, friends and the city could start to move from grieving to celebrating the Lakers great's life.
  4. Jose Altuve was loudly booed Monday when he was introduced for his spring training road debut, cheered when he struck out and called a cheater by several fans before he was nicked in the foot by a pitch.
  5. Bradley Beal became the first player since Kobe Bryant to score 50 points on back-to-back nights when he dropped 55 in the Washington Wizards' 137-134 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday.
  6. Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu collected her 1,000th board with 1:50 left in the third quarter on Monday against Stanford, capping her history-making achievement of 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 1,000 assists in a career.
  7. Joe Burrow's hand was measured at 9 inches, a source confirmed to ESPN. The length from pinkie to thumb was tied for the smallest among first-round quarterbacks measured at the combine since 2008.
  8. Every spring, the cycle of the QB Hand-Size Myth begins anew, with scouts dutifully reaching for their tape measures. But there's no evidence that bigger hands are better for NFL quarterbacks. What's the deal?
  9. The morning after LeBron James eclipsed Kobe Bryant for third in all-time NBA scoring, on the flight home from Philadelphia, the Lakers learned of Bryant's death. Stream today's memorial service on ESPN.com at 1 p.m.
  10. People close to Kobe Bryant share the stories they're looking back on.