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GiveMeSport US Report: March 4

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Hello and welcome to the Give Me Sport US report - bringing you the latest headlines from across the pond.

We start off with Russell Wilson - could the Seattle Seahwaks quarterback be heading back to baseball?

Quote possibly says the 25-year-old, who took part in spring training with the Texas Rangers on Monday.

He says: "I've always had the dream of playing two sports. If it somehow was a miracle that it could work out, I would consider it."

Staying with the NFL and rumours continue to circulate about San Fransisco 49ers coach Jim HarBore and a potential switch to the Cleveland Browns.

Now he's moved to dismiss the speculation - saying in an interview with Sports Illustrated that there is 'zero opportunity' of him leaving the 49ers before the end of his contract in 2016.

It was all about LeBron James last night as the Miami Heat superstar hit a personal record 61 points in his team's 124 - 107 win over the Charlotte Bobcats.

The 29-year-old tied the record for most three pointers scored in a 50-point game, prompting Heat coach Erik Spoelstra to admit it was a 'special performance'.

And finally Real Madrid star Xabi Alonso could soon be plying his trade in the MLS - the Spaniard has admitted he would like to play in America in the future.

That's all from me today - bye for now.

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