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Inside: The Week in Sports

Jan. 30, 2006
Jan. 30, 2006

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Jan. 30, 2006

Pro Basketball
  • Forget Jordan. Step aside, LeBron. Scoring machine Kobe Bryant had the second-highest point total in NBA history. Now the question is, can he crack triple digits?

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Inside: The Week in Sports

Tennis

This is an article from the Jan. 30, 2006 issue Original Layout

Former No. 1 Martina Hingis, on the comeback trail, wins four matches at the Australian Open • Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus manhandles Andy Roddick to reach his first Grand Slam quarterfinal

College Basketball

With an upset of Florida, Tennessee and fiery coach Bruce Pearl send a message to the rest of the SEC • North Carolina's Ivory Latta plays like Allen Iverson • Memphis deserves a No. 1 seed in March

The NBA

Everybody loves Chris (Bosh), but the hot Raptors forward wants to stay in Toronto • How high will J.J. Redick go in the draft? The debate will last till his name is called • Is Chris Kaman's mane ready for some clippers?

PHOTOPhotograph by David Callow  QUARTERS POUNDER Martina Hingis beat Iveta Benesova 6-4, 6-1 last Saturday on her way to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open in Melbourne (page 91).