Roundup: Kacey Musgraves, Cole Schafer Break Up; Mark Cuban to Sell Mavericks; Florida State Back in CFP Top Four

65th GRAMMY Awards - Arrivals
65th GRAMMY Awards - Arrivals / Amy Sussman/GettyImages

Mark Cuban is selling a majority stake in the Mavericks ... New Zealand to ban cellphone use in schools ... Fifth group of Israeli hostages released ... Israel, Hamas discuss wider hostage deal ... Stocks were up on Tuesday ... Charles T. Munger died at 99 ... Self-serve snack bars are coming to flights ... Koch network backs Nikki Haley to block Trump ...Kacey Musgraves and Cole Schafer broke up ... "Wonka" had its world premiere ... First reactions to "Wonka" are positive ... Florida State rejoins CFP top four ... LaMelo Ball will miss "significant time" with a sprained ankle ... Eight teams left in NBA in-season tournament ... Colorado OC Sean Lewis to be new San Diego State head coach ... LeBron James is hinting the Lakers need to make moves ...

This Carolina Panthers season is an unprecedented disaster [The Ringer]

Memorable moments from Deion Sanders' first season at Colorado [CBS Sports]

Kentucky looks like a contender after blowing out Miami [Yahoo Sports]

What a 12-team College Football Playoff would look like right now [The Athletic]

The 10 best books of 2023 [New York Times]

Mike Elko isn't exactly the big hire Texas A&M was aiming for [The Big Lead]

Highlights from Tuesday night's crazy Kings-Warriors game.

Michael Porter Jr. and Aaron Gordon talking about how great Nikola Jokic is.

Dan Le Batard's gang discussed the Deadspin-Kansas City Chiefs controversy.

Robert De Niro's speech at the 2023 Gotham Awards that he claims was edited.

The Kinks -- "Lola"