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Knicks to start with JJ, Stoudemire?

Donnie Walsh and Mike D'Antoni are seeking to arrange a meeting with Atlanta free agent Joe Johnson in Los Angeles Wednesday at midnight -- or 9 p.m. California time -- before flying to Ohio for the LeBron James' pow-wow. Even crazier, the Knicks are trying to fit in Amare' Stoudemire that evening, too, in either LA or Phoenix. Johnson is said to be holding all his free-agent meetings in LA, home of his agent Arn Tellem. (New York Post) Comment

Vikes preparing for Peterson holdout

The Vikings, by drafting running back Toby Gerhart and then signing RB Ryan Moats, could be preparing for an Adrian Peterson contract holdout. (St. Paul Pioneer Press) Comment

A-Rod, Torre making up?

In case you were wondering, yes, Joe Torre and New York Yankees All-Star Alex Rodriguez finally got around to saying hi to each other. Rodriguez walked to the back of the batting cage before the game to greet his former manager, who playfully backed up, holding up his hands when seeing him. Rodriguez paused awkwardly for a second, but laughed and playfully threw a couple of fake body punches at Torre when he realized he was joking. Rodriguez refused to talk about Torre in the days leading up to the Yankees' visit to Los Angeles and ignored him when they were both on the field Friday, leading to speculation that Rodriguez was still upset about the way he was portrayed in a book Torre coauthored. (Los Angeles Times) Comment

Must-See Photo
Must-See Photo

A fan is left to ponder yet another early exit by England from the World Cup after Germany sent Wayne Rooney and Co. home with a 4-1 loss.

Must-See Video

As a handful of teams prepare to sell themselves to free-agent forward Chris Bosh, it might be helpful to remember that Bosh is a pretty good salesman himself.

Game To Watch

The Tigers and Twins tangle for first place in the A.L. Central at Target Field, 8:10 p.m. ET

This Day in Sports
SI Vault: More Dream Team
  • 1992 -- The U.S. Olympic basketball Dream Team beats Cuba in its first exhibition 133-57
  • 1960 -- Former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway born
  • 1939 -- The New York Yankees hit 13 home runs in sweeping a double-header from the A's, 23-2 and 10-0

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