- The Washington Times - Wednesday, June 4, 2008

TODAY ON WASHINGTONTIMES.COM

Mark Zuckerman takes our new live chat software for its first test run at 1 p.m., so come loaded with your Nationals questions.

TODAY’S BEST BET ON TELEVISION

Pittsburgh attempts to tie the Stanley Cup Finals on its home ice and force a Game 7. 8 p.m., Chs. 4, 11

NEWSMAKERS

Kimbo Slice

The former street brawler may not have been as impressive as some expected, but he delivered the beating, the gore - and the ratings.

Big Brown

He has a chance to make history this weekend, and people already are lining up for a piece of the potential Triple Crown winner.

Kobe Bryant

He can cement his legacy as one of the game’s best by leading his Lakers to a title without former running mate Shaquille O’Neal.

Pacman Jones

Now he can practice, work out and play in preseason games with the Dallas Cowboys. And don’t get caught misbehaving by the HBO cameras.

Usain Bolt

Never before has a sprinter had a more perfect name. Though it will be a waste if he doesn’t compete in the 100 meters at the Olympics.

TWT FIVE ” Dallas Cowboys troublemakers

This will be an interesting, potentially volatile team to watch this summer and fall.

1. Pacman Jones: This guy is a ticking time bomb with the eyes of the league trained on him.

2. Terrell Owens: The moment things don’t go his way, he turns on his teammates.

3. Roy Williams: Paid a lot, can’t cover and likes to point fingers. That’s a bad mix.

4. Tank Johnson: Keep him away from guns.

5. Patrick Crayton: He will start grousing, too, if he’s not catching enough passes.

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