March 29, 2010
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McGrady says Amar'e acting 'chilldish'

The tension between Tracy McGrady and Amar'e Stoudemire seems to be building. Stoudemire earlier claimed he held a grudge against McGrady for blowing him off during their teenage years when he asked him about making the leap from high school to the NBA. Over the weekend, McGrady responded to the claims. "It's childish, he said. "I spoke to [Amar'e]." To bolster his case, McGrady's personal security chief, Haviere Berrien, recalled the conversation. "Amar'e got his number and they spoke and Tracy told him to understand if you go to the NBA, just know you can't take any nights off." (New York Post) Comment

Divorce drama divides Dodges

Frank McCourt's divorce drama could negatively impact the Dodgers. The question for the court Monday is how much money, if any, Frank McCourt should pay to support his estranged wife pending trial. Jamie McCourt has asked for $1 million per month to maintain her marital lifestyle and $9 million so her attorneys can prepare for trial; Frank McCourt says she can support herself without any contribution from him. The court has 90 days to rule. The larger question, however, is how much damage a public airing of such bitter differences might do to the Dodgers' image. (Los Angeles Times) Comment

Time for McNabb to leave Philly?

Now is the time to ship Donovan McNabb out of Philadelphia. With a contract expiring after next season, the Eagles can get compensation now and probably a pretty good haul (an early second-round pick and a player). If things can't come together, the hangover of all this drama and the sensitive player caught in the middle won't be good, especially since McNabb's looming departure would be a constant topic of conversation. ( Comment

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While his alma mater reached the Final Four, J.J. Redick dropped 23 points and career highs of eight assists and seven rebounds. (Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images)

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SI Vault: More Michael Jordan
  • 1982 -- Michael Jordan's jump shot with 16 seconds remaining gives North Carolina a 63-62 victory over Georgetown for the NCAA men's basketball championship.
  • 1999 -- New York Rangers center Wayne Gretzky gets his 1,072nd goal to surpass Gordie Howe as the leading goal scorer in pro hockey history.
  • 2007 -- Michael Phelps sets his third world record in as many days, winning the 200-meter individual medley at the world championships in Melbourne, Australia.

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