Last week the Celtics had a Walter McCarty bobblehead giveaway. Unfortunately, the head only bobbles for 6--7 minutes after the game is out of reach.
Since the beginning of the New Year, the Bulls have the best record in the NBA. Did somebody say "The Gordon Rules"?
Delgado Jay-walks to Florida The All-Star first baseman's four-year, $52 million deal with the Marlins became final after he was medically cleared. Tough physical. The first test they ran was seeing if he could stand while the doctor sang God Bless America.
Delgado plans to continue his practice of not standing if the song is played during the seventh-inning stretch. Unless, of course, he's in line at the concession stand.
Serena back with a Slam at Australian Open Williams defeated Lindsey Davenport in the women's final despite losing the first set after a rib injury. I don't know if it popped out or was just trying to escape that outfit.
Lleyton Hewitt almost became the first Australian man to win his country's Open since 1976. He upset Andy Roddick in the semis after Roddick got distracted by a heckler's singing. Who knew Mandy Moore could be so vindictive?
Islanders G.M. Mike Milbury has been calling fans to apologize for the lockout And then he tries to sell them high-speed online.
Angela Ruggiero first woman to play in CHL game The two-time Olympian graduated from Harvard last June and fulfilled a lifetime goal: Piss off Lawrence Summers.
My time is up. You've been great. Enjoy MFSB.
Bill Scheft is in court with Fox over his boxing reality show, Growing Up Gatti.