Inside: The Week In Sports

November 10, 2008

The NBA
Bucks guard Michael Redd has to change his game to adapt to a new system—and heappears to be succeeding • Three other players who'll have to make adjustmentsunder new coaches

CollegeFootball
With a stout defense and a new cast of characters, unbeaten Boise State is backin the BCS mix • Finally, quarterback Tim Tebow looked like his Heisman-winningself in Florida's rout of Georgia

FantasyFootball
Jake Delhomme leads the list of players whose soft schedules set them up forstrong second halves of the season • Now would be the time to unload PlaxicoBurress and Terrell Owens

NASCAR
Wrecking, fighting and now winning back-to-back races—Carl Edwards is doing hisdarnedest to put life in the Chase and pressure on leader Jimmie Johnson • Aclassy gesture by Kyle Busch

MIND-BOGGLING
LeBron James held his head in disgust during the Cavaliers' season openeragainst the Celtics on Oct. 28 at TD Banknorth Garden. By game's end, Jamesfelt even more discomfort: He missed a layup and two free throws in the finalminute as Cleveland lost 90--85.

PHOTOPhotograph by Lou Capozzola

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