Speaking of dogs, the Blazers waived forward Qyntel Woods after he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor animal abuse involving his pit bull. It's not all bad news. The pit bull just signed a 10-day contract with Tracy McGrady.
McGrady is being sued by a man who had the tip of his nose bitten off by T-Mac's pet rottweiler. The incident happened in August. So once again McGrady is taking his time to get back on defense.
Showtime developing movie about MLB steroid scandal and Barry Bonds Oh, I hope I'm not too late with a title: The Clear ... and Present Danger.
White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf underwent an angioplasty. He had a local anesthetic: A tape of Hawk Harrelson during a rain delay.
Matches run to form in first week of Aussie Open The big news out of Melbourne: Svetlana Kuznetsova is now available in nondrowsy formula.
Last month the women's U.S. Open champ tested positive for ephedrine, which is in many over-the-counter cold formulas. The penalty could be serious. She may not be allowed to operate heavy machinery until Wimbledon.
Robby Gordon number 7 Chevy now sponsored by Jim Beam and Fruit of the Loom I don't know about you, but I haven't seen bourbon and underwear on the same car since my sophomore year.
Ron Artest CD sold 1,200 copies in its first month He's thinking of reissuing it under his new rap name, Ushered Out.
My time is up. You've been great. Enjoy a-ha.
Bill Scheft is developing a movie for PBS, The Unforgivable Blackness of Phil Knight's Checking Account.