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May 16, 2005
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May 16, 2005

Who's Hot/who's Not

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WHO'S Hot

Bradys

What do you give a guy who has three Super Bowl rings? How about $60 million over six years, the contract Tom Brady signed with the Patriots. Then there's Brewers leadoff man Brady Clark batting a surprising .339 (seventh in NL) for surprising Milwaukee (15-15, in second place in the Central).

Justine Henin-Hardenne

After winning the German Open, the former No. 1 is 20-1 since returning from a knee injury in March. The hard-hitting Belgian baseliner has been untouchable on clay, making her the favorite for the French Open, beginning May 23.

Arizona

(But it's a dry heat.) The Suns roar into second round of the playoffs behind newly minted NBA MVP Steve Nash. The Diamondbacks, with new slugger Troy Glaus, are tight on heels of first-place Dodgers, and how about Mesa's Mountain View High? It cracked SI's list of Top 25 high school sports programs (page 57).

Rick Nash

Youngest member of Team Canada (he's 20) is looking like nation's next big thing at the hockey world championships in Austria with tournament-leading eight goals. This after Blue Jackets winger had 46 points in 44 games to help HC Davos win Swiss league title.

WHO'S Not

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