The Orlando Magic don't like talking about it now. They don't even like to think it. And rightfully so, in their first conference finals appearance in 13 years, only three victories away from the NBA Finals. But there is a dark cloud looming quietly over their playoff run in 2009. And It's not just LeBron James. Orlando's future isn't quite as bright as you might think. The Magic's go-to guy will be long gone in two months. Hedo Turkoglu has decided to exercise his option in June to become an unrestricted free agent in July, opening himself to the highest bidder. And that probably won't be the Magic.
The last time a member of the Tennessee Titans decided to "make it rain" while hanging out an event with Nelly -- people got shot and lives were ruined. But Vince Young isn't one to learn from other people's mistakes. While onstage with the rapper during a performance in Houston last week, Vince rolled out a wad of cash and started showering the crowd with dollar bills. But unlike the incident with his former teammate Pacman Jones, everyone emerged unharmed this time.(TMZ.com) Comment
With the ship finally turning in the right direction with Blake Griffin soon to be aboard, Marcus Camby hopes to stay a Clipper. Griffin's arrival will likely lead to the departure of one of the Clippers' big men: Camby, the ex-University of Massachusetts star, Chris Kaman, or Zach Randolph. Camby is 35 and averaged 10.3 points, 11.1 rebounds, and 2.1 blocks this season. San Antonio, Dallas, Miami, and Atlanta surely have to be interested.(Boston Globe) Comment
Super heavyweight Hong Man Choi of South Korea, right, fights against former Major League MVP Jose Canseco during a mixed martial arts Dream 9 card at Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan on Tuesday. Canseco lost to Hong in his debut match with a knockout in the 1st round. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
Vince McMahon responds to the scheduling snafu for Monday night's WWE event as only he can.
Game To Watch
Cavaliers vs. Magic, 8:30 p.m ET. Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
1988 -- Edmonton Oilers sweep Boston Bruins to win Stanley Cup. 1985 -- Danny Sullivan wins Indianapolis 500 by 24 seconds after spinning out. 1959 -- Pirates' Harvey Haddix loses to Milwaukee Braves after pitching 12 perfect innings.
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