- The Washington Times - Wednesday, March 25, 2009

WEDNESDAY’S BEST BET ON TELEVISION

Two of the Eastern Conference’s top seeds battle for playoff positioning. Boston at Orlando, 8 p.m., ESPN

NEWSMAKERS: WHO’S MAKING HEADLINES THIS WEEK

Blake Griffin

He has had two shining moments in two games for the Sooners, totaling 61 points and 30 rebounds as Oklahoma reached the Sweet 16.

Jay Cutler

Time for everyone, including the quarterback, to give it a rest out in Denver. At least until the trade talk starts again on the weekend of the NFL Draft.

Terrell Owens

The new face of the Buffalo Bills franchise - like it or not - has yet to participate in offseason workouts. Good to see he’s getting off on the right foot.

Seth Curry

Stephen’s baby brother is liberating himself from Liberty, becoming the hottest free agent in college basketball.

Curt Schilling

The pitcher announces his retirement from baseball on his blog. Next career: TV/radio, politics or ketchup pitchman?

TWT FIVE: GOOD FITS FOR SETH CURRY

The Liberty freshman with the famous father and older brother will transfer after just one season. He would be wise to go to:

1. Duke — Would put Curry on the NCAA’s grandest stage with a starting spot waiting for him in two years.

2. Virginia Tech — If only so Seth Greenberg can redeem himself for recruiting neither Seth nor Stephen to Dell’s alma mater.

3. Virginia — The new coach can get him in ASAP and build a system around him.

4. Louisville — A tougher conference, but he’ll get to run, gun and let it fly.

5. VCU — Whoever the Rams’ new coach is (just saying) will need his own Eric Maynor.

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