- Tiger Woods got his 76th career tour win with a 2-shot victory over Steve Stricker at the WGC-Cadillac Championship. Tiger was actually up by a wider margin late in the tournament before coasting home, and it's always good to see him playing at this level. The big "story" was that he met with a friend, Steve Stricker, before the tourney to work on putting... and then lit the course on fire. Not a good sign for the Tiger haters...
- The Heat won their 18th straight game with a 105-91 victory over Indiana last night. 18 straight wins is insane, but they looked very, very good again last night, and there appears to be no end in sight. Oh, and Lebron James took only 10 shots, scored only 13 points... and the Heat won by 14 against their biggest Eastern challenger. Good luck.
- No analysis here, but THE LAKERS ARE IN THE PLAYOFFS! LET'S KEEP TALKING ABOUT THIS AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE!
- If you haven't seen it yet, Deandre Jordan absolutely abused Brandon Knight with a "Dunk of the Year" candidate last night. Check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTkN2q6sUUk
- #2 Indiana went into Ann Arbor and downed #7 Michigan by a 72-71 tally on Sunday. Cody Zeller converted the game-winner with 13 seconds left, and then disrupted Trey Burke's last-second shot to hold on for the win. Needless to say, I didn't enjoy this one.
What to watch for on Monday...
- 7:00 - NCAAB - Sun Belt Championship (W. Kentucky vs. Florida Intl) - ESPN - It's conference tourney week!
- 7:00 - NCAAB - Southern Conference Championship (Davidson vs. Charleston) - ESPN2 - This is a really nice game actually, with two 24+ win teams.
- 8:30 - NBA - Thunder @ Spurs (NBATV) - What a fantastic game, and it's relegated to NBATV somehow. San Antonio certainly isn't the same team without Parker but, playing at home, they can compete here if they make threes.
- 9:00 - NCAAB - WCC Championship (#1 Gonzaga vs. St. Mary's) - ESPN - This is easily the highest-priority game of the night, with #1 Gonzaga facing their arch-rival for the WCC title. Fantastic stuff.