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John Wall had a tough rookie season as the Wizards limped to a 23-59 record in 2010-11. But ask him about the NBA All-Star Game, and he offers a hint of a smile.
Not a moment too soon, Carlos Tevez appears ready to apologize. It seems Manchester City's ostracized striker has tired of twiddling his thumbs and playing golf while frittering away millions in fines and earnings lost by not playing. He says he wants to be a soccer player again to _ try not to laugh _ "win over the fans."
Mike Knuble went into the season as the Washington Capitals' first-line right wing. Maybe he would spend time on the second line, but the reliable scorer and alternate captain sure didn't seem destined for life on the fourth line. Or in the press box as a healthy scratch.
The furious activity in the trading pits of the world's great stock exchanges often gives the feeling that every second is gold dust in the relentless rush to make money. Then all of a sudden it's kickoff time, and everything changes.
Michelle Wie did not go to Stanford to play golf, at least not the game that brought her worldwide fame as a teenager.
When the Washington Capitals were trailing the Florida Panthers 5-2 in early December and looked more than out of the game, Mike Knuble stood up in the locker room during intermission and challenged his teammates. They fell just short of tying the score after a furious third-period comeback.
Novak Djokovic has been awarded the top state honor in Serbia.
Trail Blazers All-Star forward LaMarcus Aldridge sprained his left ankle early in Portland's game against the Washington Wizards on Tuesday night.
The New York Knicks coach calls him "Linderella."