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Days Of Our Lives: Orlando Edition
Stan Van Gundy and Dwight Howard :: Noah Graham/Getty Images


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The NBA trade deadline is tomorrow and the soap opera in Orlando is getting spicier by the minute. Dwight Howard was reportedly told that he could decide the fates of coach Stan Van Gundy and GM Otis Smith if he signed an extension. This didn't faze Van Gundy who said "If they want to fire me to please somebody, fire me. I really don't give a damn." The Nets appear to be in the lead for Howard's services, so much so that the NBA store has already starting selling a Dwight Howard Nets T-shirt. They aren't alone: ESPN mistakenly called Tuesday night's Magic-Heat game "Howard's home finale."
More Tournament Links
The NCAA Tournament got off to a great start yesterday as Western Kentucky and BYU pulled off ridiculous comebacks to advance to the first second round. President Obama attended the Western Kentucky-Mississippi Valley State game with British Prime Minister David Cameron, and received a staredown from Delta Devils guard Kevin Burnwell after he converted a three pointer. Speaking of Obama, here are his brackets for the tournament.
In NFL News
Brandon Marshall was traded to Chicago, then quickly found himself in trouble with the law. Receiver Brandon Stokely nearly screwed up Peyton Manning's Denver workout, when the field they planned to use was being occupied by a lacrosse team. Luckily, Stokely's wife stepped in and saved the day. Vincent Jackson signed a five-year, $55.55 million deal with Tampa Bay, despite the pleading of his favorite band, SOJA, who begged him to join the Redskins during a concert attended by Jackson last weekend.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Lola Ponce :: Venturelli/Getty Images
Greg from Meadowview, Va. requested a gallery of Argentinian pop star Lola Ponce to start the day. And since nobody is a bigger supporter of Argentinean pop music than Hot Clicks, here is a gallery of Ponce.
Is Linsanity Dead?
If you're judging by this drug store in Times Square, the answer is yes.
Got An Extra $3.2 Million Lying Around?
You can buy game used cleats of the late Pat Tillman.
Random Links
Bulls guard Derrick Rose bought a $2.8 million condo in Chicago's Trump Tower ... Jets owner Woody Johnson passed on Peyton Manning and instead chose to extend Mark Sanchez's contract ... Ten great "yacht rock" songs (whatever that is) ... Tiger Woods and Shaquille O'Neal have a strange new commercial for PGA Tour 13 ... Former Oilers forward Steve MacIntyre, now playing for the AHL's Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, went a little crazy and attacked the opposing team's goalie twice during a recent game.
Bizarre NHL Goal Of The Day
Islanders forward Matt Moulson scored on a goal last night that deflected off center John Tavares, flew over the net and hit Capitals goalie Michal Neuvirth as he tried to catch it.

Timberwolves/Growing Pains Video Of The Day
Anytime someone combines one of the greatest TV theme songs with photos of the Timberwolves, I post it.

Retro Commercial Of The Day
Former Phillies great Tug McGraw wants you to drink 7-Up.

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