Down went the
record for NCAA three-pointers ( Redick beat it with his 414th on Feb. 14). Then
down went Duke's scoring record-Redick sank a three to pass Johnny Dawkins's
2,556 in a win over Miami. "This is a day I dreamed of," said the Blue
Devils guard. Next up: the ACC scoring mark of 2,587.
Twins righty went
9-13 in 2004 and won his arbitration case. He went 9-13 last year and won
again. (He got $3.95 million last week.) The first player to win back-to-back
cases since 1991, Lohse said, "[It] was unfortunate it had to go to that
point for a second year." Well, not that unfortunate, Kyle.
Not one, not two
but three of 'em were starters in Turin. Kazakhstan's Vitaliy Kolesnik (an Avs
minor leaguer) bowed out early, but Slovakia's Peter Budaj won his first two
starts, and Switzerland's David Aebischer pulled off an upset over the
Look out above!
No. 2 Mauresmo has won 15 straight matches, and she beat No.1 Kim Clijsters in
the final of the WTA stop in Antwerp, to collect $95,500.
NBA Skills Competition
Dirk Nowitzki won
the three-point shootout, but only after a ball he clearly shot after time
expired was allowed to count. And, sure, little Nate Robinson (right, he's
5'9") looked fly slamming in the winner in the dunk competition, but that
was after he'd missed the shot-13 times. Hmm, 1 for 14 from zero feet out.
Sounds like a Knick.