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In just two months Toronto—which lost its best player, Chris Bosh, to a facial fracture—has fallen from seven games over .500 to four under and on Sunday ceded the eighth playoff spot to the Bulls in a lifeless 16-point loss. "It ain't going our way, man," lamented guard Sonny Weems. "It's crazy."
It's getting monotonous: ESPN dropped everything to present Tiger's first shot. On Sunday, ESPNews showed the outing of Nationals phenom Stephen Strasburg (left) for Harrisburg—but only when Strasburg was pitching! What's next? Sidney Crosby on the Power Play?
SAD SACK WIENERS
The kielbasa as endangered species: On Opening Day one of the Brewers' sausage mascots was hit by a motorcycle on the way to Miller Park. On Saturday another pulled up with a sore hammy. (What other kind of injury would you expect a sausage to suffer?)
BILLY PAYNE'S IRE
Augusta disgusta: In a week when it seemed fashionable to pick on Tiger Woods (see Saturday Night Live), or at least root against him, the Masters chairman still crossed the line with his finger-wagging scolding at Wednesday's presser. Payneful!