The Pacers jumped out to a 2-0 lead on Miami. They're very confident in Indiana. Ron Attest is carrying enough cash on him to pay technical foul fines for five weeks.
The Pacers had 11 days between the first round and the start of the Heat series. Hey, not even Rik Smits is that well-rested.
After dropping the first two games to the Spurs, the Lakers put Game 3 away early. Speaking of garbage time, what do you think the ratings will be for a San Antonio-Indiana final?
Kobe Bryant was scheduled to be arraigned this week in Eagle, Colo. And I don't know if this will help, but he plans to show up with Bruce Bowen defending him.
The Mavericks were fined $25,000 by the league for showing a pregame video that ridiculed the Sacramento Kings. Too bad. That wipes out Mark Cuban's advertising budget for the DVD.
Hoops phenom Sebastian Telfair declared himself eligible for the draft. In a related story, the Clippers will be represented at the lottery by a Hummer salesman.
WELL, IT'S DOWN TO PHILLY, TAMPA, SAN JOSE AND CALGARY
Of course, I'm talking about the last four stops on the Guess Who reunion tour.
Calgary and San Jose share an interesting history. The Flames' Darryl Sutter A coached the Sharks until 2002. Or was that his other brother, Daryl?
CBC commentator Don Cherry will reportedly be let go after the Stanley Cup playoffs. Cherry has been with Hockey Night in Canada for 23 years. You know what's sad? His pit bull's pension doesn't kick in until the dog turns 165.