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Dodger treated for gunshot wound

Vicente Padilla, who revived his career in the Dodgers' run to the National League Championship Series, was treated for a minor self-inflicted gunshot wound in his right leg at a hospital in his native Nicaragua on Tuesday, his agent Adam Katz said. Katz described the incident as a "hunting accident," saying that Padilla was grazed in his right thigh by a bullet. Katz said that Padilla spent 30 to 40 minutes at a hospital and was discharged. (Los Angeles Times) Comment

Dolphins worried about Pat White?

What's the deal with Pat White (13 snaps all season)? The Dolphins were disappointed by White's erratic accuracy this summer, and though he has gotten better, White said more improvement is needed. Beyond that, the Dolphins say they want to be cautious with White after Chad Pennington's injury. The Dolphins still believe he has a strong upside as a change-of-pace option. (Miami Herald) Comment

Heat settles lawsuit with Seikaly

The Heat filed a lawsuit a few weeks ago against Rony Seikaly, its first No. 1 draft pick (1988), but reached a settlement that Seikaly seems happy with. The problem was that Seikaly did not pay for his seldom-used AmericanAirlines Arena floor seats last season or this season (the last year of his lease) because he's spending most of his time overseas as a traveling disc jockey. ``I'm playing every corner of Europe. It's an artistic passion.'' (Miami Herald) Comment

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Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods tee off to promote the HSBC Champions golf tournament in Shanghai, China. (AP)

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SI Vault: Wilt Chamberlain
  • 1960 -- Wilt Chamberlain of Philadelphia scores 44 points and sets an NBA record by missing all 10 of his free throws as the Warriors beat the Detroit Pistons 136-121.
  • 2001 -- Luis Gonzalez's RBI single caps a two-run rally off Mariano Rivera in the bottom of the ninth, and the Diamondbacks win their first championship by beating the Yankees 3-2 in Game 7.
  • 2007 -- Adrian Peterson runs for an NFL-record 296 yards and three touchdowns in Minnesota's 35-17 win over San Diego.

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