? Allen Iverson's rap CD, Misunderstood, which had been scheduled for release last week. A Universal Records spokesperson says the delay has nothing to do with last year's controversy over 40 Bars, a song on the album that contains derogatory references to women and gays, and that Iverson just hasn't had time to finish the CD because of the Sixers' postseason run.
?By NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver Steve Largent, that he will resign his U.S. House of Representatives seat in November. The four-time Republican congressman from Oklahoma's First district says he will run for governor in 2002.
?To the Expos' staff as a volunteer strength and conditioning coach, Dale Torborg, 29, also known as WCW wrestler the Demon. A former minor league infielder, the 6'8", 285-pound Torborg joined the wrestling circuit in 1998 after meeting Hulk Hogan on a plane. Torborg is the son of new Montreal manager Jeff Torborg.
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?In October, the Shaq SST Expedition, a Ford SUV that Shaquille O'Neal helped design. The truck, priced from $50,000, features 22-inch custom wheels, a 580-watt sound system, a TV and a DVD player. This marks the first time an athlete's name has appeared on an automaker's vehicle.
?A change of venue for some of the Jets' training camp practices, from the team's Hofstra University complex to a field in New York City's Rikers Island prison. G.M. Terry Bradway says the move would be for historic reasons: The team practiced on the prison grounds during the '68 season, which ended with the Jets winning Super Bowl III.