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A WORLD OF CRAIG SAGERS
The NBA fashionista—sporting a Bedazzling red Valentine's Day tie—played hardball at the All-Star Game, calling out Kobe Bryant for sitting out. In Vancouver several nations (such as the Czech Republic, right) paid unwitting homage by marching at the opening ceremonies in Sageresque attire.
NASH IN MOTION
A career weekend: Last Friday, B.C. hero Steve Nash (right) lit an Olympic flame, calling it his greatest sports moment. Then the Suns guard jetted to Dallas, where he won the All-Star skills competition on Saturday and the next night dished a game-high 13 assists.
YOUNG MAN AND THE SEA
The Dustin double: Dustin Johnson (right), 25, deftly negotiated the treacherous 18th hole seawall at Pebble Beach, belting his most clutch tee shot. That lash helped break a three-way tie and gave him back-to-back titles at the classic course.
After going 0-6-4 in their previous 10 games, Boston won four straight on the road, becoming just the fourth team to achieve such away success following a double-digit winless streak. Too bad that after the Olympics the B's resume play with two home games.