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NEW YORK (AP) — Hall of Fame football star Jim Brown — running out of time to retrieve his 1964 NFL championship ring — has sued a memorabilia dealer.
The 78-year-old Los Angeles resident filed the lawsuit Tuesday in Manhattan federal court against Lelands.com and Lelands Collectibles Inc.
The lawsuit seeks to halt the sale of the ring in an online auction that ends Friday. It also seeks unspecified damages over broadcast remarks that Lelands’ founder, Joshua Evans, made about Brown.
A message left Wednesday with Evans was not immediately returned.
According to the lawsuit, the ring was stolen from Brown’s Cleveland home in the late 1960s and the robbery was reported to the police.
The lawsuit also accused Evans of making statements in print and broadcast interviews in recent weeks that implied Brown has diminished mental capacity as a result of taking thousands of hits as a football player…
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After five years as a toy maker, Ayah Bdeir, the CEO of LittleBits, has unveiled her real vision: To make hardware prototyping as commonplace in design shops as using wood and cardboard to build models.
To do this, LittleBits (see disclosure) has built a connected module called the Cloud Bit. It links up to the existing LittleBits modules of sensors and actuators to allow them online so they can control a web service, or so the physical bits can be controlled through the web. It allows someone to build an automated lock, or a goldfish feeder, or any number of other connected devices that are so popular today.
Some other hardware building blocks, like Arduino or Raspberry Pi, require coding and a shield or other element to get connectivity. The Electric Imp module also requires a bit of programming and hardware…
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This may be the new trend
VIDEO:Kevin Durant sits down with NBA.com’s Lang Whitaker
HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — LeBron James followed his heart back to Cleveland.
Carmelo Anthony just couldn’t leave his native New York. And Dwyane Wade declared his love for his adopted hometown of Miami.
With all of the talk this summer of stars coming home, staying home and their teams and their cities, can you blame folks in Washington D.C. for daydreaming about a day and time when the NBA’s reigning MVP would consider doing the same?
No one represents for the Washington D.C. area harder or better than Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant. And that might explain why folks in the DMV (the urban area encompassing D.C., Maryland and Virginia) are already buzzing about a Durant homecoming one day.
Even if it is just a pipe dream, one that Oklahoma City Thunder fans want nothing to do…
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