Reuters U.S. Sports Schedule at 2:30 PM ET on Tuesday, Feb. 13

Reuters

Feb. 13 (Reuters) - Reuters U.S. sports schedule at 2:30 PM ET on Tuesday:

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NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE


Reich takes reins in Indianapolis

Frank Reich meets the media in Indianapolis bringing to a close the Colts’ dramatic chase for a head coach. (FOOTBALL-NFL-IND/REICH, expect ASAP after 3:30 p.m. ET press conference, Field Level Media)


Report: Panthers LB Kuechly underwent shoulder surgery

Middle linebacker Luke Kuechly underwent right shoulder surgery in January but is expected to be ready to run with the Carolina Panthers at the start of training camp. (FOOTBALL-CAR-KUECHLY, moved, Field Level Media)


Giants to name Shula offensive coordinator

Former Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula will be named to the same position with the New York Giants. (FOOTBALL-NYG-SHULA, moved, Field Level Media)


Bears, Ravens to meet in Hall of Fame Game

Before Brian Urlacher and Ray Lewis are enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens will kick off the preseason on “Thursday Night Football” on August 2. (FOOTBALL-CHI-BAL-HALLOFFAMEGAME, moved, Field Level Media)


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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL


Lawsuit alleges MLB player agents directed players to PEDs

Juan Carlos Nunez, who worked for the player representation agency ACES, filed a lawsuit against that company's founders, Seth and Sam Levinson, claiming under-the-table payments were made to players who were also directed to outlets for performance-enhancing drugs. (BASEBALL-MLB-LEVINSON-PED-LAWSUIT, moved, Field Level Media)


Cubs make it official: Yu signs for six years

Yu Darvish reported to spring training with pitchers and catchers as the Chicago Cubs opened their Cactus League workouts in Arizona. (BASEBALL-MLB-CHC-DARVISH, moved, Field Level Media)


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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION


Raptors try to pad East lead, Spurs face Nuggets

The Toronto Raptors try to pad their slim lead atop the Eastern Conference when they host Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat, while the San Antonio Spurs visit the Denver Nuggets hoping to close in on the West leaders in two of the six games on the National Basketball Association schedule. (BASKETBALL-NBA/HIGHLIGHTS, expect by 11:30 PM ET, by Field Level Media, 800 words)


Knicks’ Porzingis likely out 10 months after surgery

Kristaps Porzingis underwent surgery to repair torn knee ligaments and is expected to miss up to 10 months. (BASKETBALL-NYK-PORZINGIS, moved, Field Level Media)


Spurs owner: Divorce won’t impact team

The majority owner of the San Antonio Spurs says her pending divorce won't affect the franchise. (BASKETBALL-SAS-DIVORCE, moved, Field Level Media)


NBA game coverage, February 13

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Miami at Toronto, 7:00 PM

Atlanta at Milwaukee, 8:00 PM

Houston at Minnesota, 8:00 PM

Cleveland at Oklahoma City, 8:00 PM

Sacramento at Dallas, 8:30 PM

San Antonio at Denver, 10:30 PM

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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE


Streaking Flyers face Devils

The Philadelphia Flyers will try to make it five consecutive wins when they host the New Jersey Devils, while the West-leading Vegas Golden Knights host the Chicago Blackhawks in two of the 12 games on the National Hockey League schedule. (ICEHOCKEY-NHL/HIGHLIGHTS, expect by 11:30 PM ET, by Field Level Media, 800 words)


NHL game coverage, February 13

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Calgary at Boston, 7:00 ET

Tampa Bay at Buffalo, 7:00 ET

Columbus at NY Islanders, 7:00 ET

New Jersey at Philadelphia, 7:00 ET

Ottawa at Pittsburgh, 7:00 ET

Los Angeles at Carolina, 7:00 ET

Anaheim at Detroit, 7:00 ET

St. Louis at Nashville, 8:00 ET

NY Rangers at Minnesota, 8:00 ET

Washington at Winnipeg, 8:00 ET

Chicago at Vegas, 10:00 ET

Arizona at San Jose, 10:00 ET


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COLLEGE BASKETBALL


Virginia claims No. 1 spot in Top 25

Tony Bennett and Virginia are No. 1 in the latest AP Top 25 poll for the first time since 1982. (BASKETBALL-NCAA-TOP25, moved, Field Level Media)


Men’s college basketball game coverage, February 13

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Georgetown at Butler, 6:30 ET

Oklahoma at Texas Tech, 7:00 ET

Kansas at Iowa State, 7:00 ET

Boston College at Pittsburgh, 7:00 ET

Maryland at Nebraska, 7:00 ET

Texas A&M at Missouri, 7:00 ET

Arkansas at Ole Miss, 7:00 ET

Richmond at Rhode Island, 8:30 ET

Virginia at Miami, 9:00 ET

Michigan State at Minnesota, 9:00 ET

South Carolina at Tennessee, 9:00 ET

Northwestern at Rutgers, 9:00 ET

LSU at Alabama, 9:00 ET


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AUTO RACING


Peyton Manning to drive Daytona pace car

Retired NFL quarterback Peyton Manning will lead the field to the opening lap at Sunday’s Daytona 500. (AUTORACING-NASCAR-MANNING, moved, Field Level Media)


Force released from hospital after crash

Brittany Force was released from the hospital following an overnight stay after a violent crash at the NHRA season opener Sunday. (AUTORACING-GRAND-FORCE, moved, Field Level Media)

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