BC-AP Sports Preview Digest

Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Sunday. A full Sports Digest will be sent by about 3 p.m. All times EST:

- On the eve of the NHL trade deadline, big moves by the top teams in the NHL could have a domino effect on the contenders chasing them.

- NEW YORK - The NFL's salary cap for 2016 will be $155.27 million, an increase of nearly $12 million. The NFL Players Association will release the franchise and transition tag numbers on Monday.

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- INDIANAPOLIS - Players sprinting, jumping and shuffling in spandex. That's the snapshot of the NFL's annual scouting combine. But with all of the lengths that teams go to to evaluate prospects for the draft, what do those drills on the field actually mean?

- OKLAHOMA CITY - `Ridiculous' Stephen Curry does it again on another record-breaking night. Perhaps his latest incredible shot will quiet some of basketball's old-timers trying to discredit the NBA superstar.

- NEWARK, N.J. - Coming off a win over No. 1 Villanova, No. 5 Xavier will face another tough opponent in Seton Hall, the winners of 7 of 8.

- HAMPTON, Ga. - Kurt Busch starts from the pole and brother Kyle is at the back of the pack for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Race starts at 1 p.m.

- PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Adam Scott and Sergio Garcia are tied for the lead going into the final round of the Honda Classic.

- SOLDEU-EL TARTER, Andorra - Hampered by a fractured left knee, Lindsey Vonn manages to extend her overall World Cup lead by placing 13th in an Alpine combined event, while Marie-Michele Gagnon of Canada takes the win.

- Most athletes won't let concern about the Zika virus derail their Olympic dreams. But some medal hopefuls are warning vulnerable relatives to sit out the Rio Games or are adjusting their own family planning.

- BOSTON - The daily fantasy sports debate has spilled over to state capitols across the country. About 30 legislatures are considering nearly 50 different proposals, up from about 16 states last year.