In case you missed it: Jan 22

BY foxsports • January 23, 2013

In case you missed them, here are the top stories featured on from Tuesday, Jan. 22: 
* LeBron James may be a “King” on the basketball court, but the “King of Pop” he is not. On Monday, “South Beach Battioke” -- Shane Battier’s charity karaoke event -- was held and we have some of the highlights. Watch Now
* Tom Pyatt and Cory Conacher scored early goals, Keith Aulie added a momentum-shifting score in the third period, and the Lightning beat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-1 on Tuesday night. Read More (with video highlights)
* Florida goalie Scott Clemmensen went into the game with a 6-0 career record against Montreal, but it was Carey Price who got the win as the Canadiens triumphed 4-0. Read More (with video highlights)
* J.J. Redick scored 26 points on 9-for-10 shooting, but Orlando was outmuscled by the Pistons in a 105-90 loss in Detroit. Read More
* Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland met with the media Tuesday while scouting at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. It didn't appear as if any topic was taboo. Read More 
* While Aqib Talib appeared to have made an impact on New England’s defense after his November trade from Tampa Bay, he won’t necessarily be a Patriot next season. Read More
* Panther’s Alex Kovalev is finding his stride and hasn’t lost any enthusiasm for the sports. Read More
* FAU will be leaving the Sun Belt Conference early to join Conference USA. Read More 
* The Jaguars have hired Mike Mallory as their special teams coordinator, he spent the last five season with the New Orleans Saints. Read More
* Former Rays outfielder Elijah Dukes is arrested on warrant  related to previous drug charges. Read More 
* The Hurricanes look to prove themselves on Wednesday night when the top-ranked Blue Devils come to town. Read More
* Former Gator Corey Brewer is looking for stability as he continues to grow as an NBA player. Read More
* Will Mushcamp adds veteran coach Brad Lawing to his staff. They’ve never worked together, though bouth have under Nick Saban. Read More 
* Frank Haith could face some troubles with the NCAA from his tenure in Miami. Read More