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Scoreboard Roundup - 11/28/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA: Chicago Bulls 109 (10-6) - Boston Celtics 102 (4-9)

Top 25 College Football: Stanford 31 (7-5) - (8) UCLA 10 (9-3)

(11) Arizona 42 (10-2) - (14) Arizona St. 35 (9-3)

(17) Missouri 21 (10-2) - Arkansas 14 (6-6)

Western Kentucky 67 (7-5) - (24) Marshall 66 (11-1) - Overtime

Top 25 Men's Basketball: (2) Wisconsin 69 (7-0) - Oklahoma 56 (4-2) 

(11) Kansas 82 (4-1) - Tennessee 67 (2-2)

(16) Ohio State 73 (5-0) - James Madison 56 (4-2)

(17) Miami 87 (7-0) - South Alabama 75 (1-3)

NHL: New York Rangers 3 (10-8-4, 24pts) - Philadelphia Flyers 0 (8-11-3, 19pts)

Chicago Blackhawks 4 (14-8-1, 29pts) - Anaheim Ducks 1 (14-5-5, 33pts)

Washington Capitals 5 (9-8-4, 22pts) - New York Islanders 2 (16-6-0, 32pts)

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Jason Frasor Signs One-Year Deal With Royals

Thinkstock(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) -- The Kansas City Royals signed relief pitcher Jason Frasor to a one-year deal with a mutual option for 2016, the team announced Friday.

The 37-year-old right hander will earn $1.25 million next season with the opportunity to make another $500,000 in performance bonuses. The 2016 option is for $2 million plus $500,000 in potential performance bonus money and comes with a $500,000 buyout.

Frasor joined the Royals last July when they acquired him in a trade with the Texas Rangers. He went on to appear in seven postseason games for Kansas City posting a 2-0 record with a 1.69 ERA.

Frasor has pitched for the Toronto Blue Jays, Chicago White Sox, Texas Rangers and Kansas City throughout his 11 major league seasons. During that time he pitched 618 2/3 innings compiling 36 saves, 3.59 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 593 strikeouts.

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Rice Wins Appeal, is Reinstated

(NEW YORK) --  Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice won his appeal of an indefinite suspension from the NFL and has been reinstated into the league.

The 27-year-old Rice is now free to sign with any NFL team.

"I would like to thank Judge Barbara Jones, the NFL Players Association, my attorneys, agents, advisors, family, friends and fans -- but most importantly, my wife Janay," Rice said in a statement released by the NFLPA on Friday. "I made an inexcusable mistake and accept full responsibility for my actions.

"I am thankful that there was a proper appeals process in place to address this issue. I will continue working hard to improve myself and be the best husband, father and friend, while giving back to my community and helping others to learn from my mistakes."

Rice received an indefinite suspension from the league on Sept. 8 when it was found he violated the NFL's personal conduct policy after a video surfaced of him hitting his then-fiancée Janay Palmer.

Rice was originally suspended two games by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for the incident. That prompted Rice to appeal the indefinite suspension saying the NFL couldn't suspend him a second time for conduct the league already knew about.

Rice has played in six NFL seasons, all with the Ravens. During that time he's rushed for 6,180 yards and 37 touchdowns while also catching 369 balls for 3,034 yards and six touchdowns.

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