May 22, 2000
Heat melts under pressure
The Knicks play spoiler again and may have finally inspired a Miami housecleaning.
Sprewell: I didn't call a timeout
MIAMI -- Perhaps the game's pivotal play came with 2.1 seconds left when Latrell Sprewell rebounded Clarence Weatherspoon's missed shot with New York clinging to a one-point lead.
Ward in touch on, off court
Charlie Ward won football's Heisman Trophy, got drafted by baseball's Milwaukee Brewers, but the sweet, ego-shy kid from rural Georgia would choose another kind of New York challenge, becoming a basketball pro with the Knicks.
||It's official: Devil Rays bottom out
Steve Trachsel stumbles and the clutch hitting sputters in an 8-4 loss to Seattle that gives Tampa Bay the worst record in the major leagues.
Canseco whiffs in this 'rematch'
SEATTLE -- Arthur Rhodes knows how to fight dirty.
Mad Dog to Tampa's DeCosta
MADEIRA BEACH -- Bob DeCosta made the most of a choppy gulf swim Sunday to win the 15th annual Mad Beach Mad Dog Triathlon (swim .5 mile, bike 15 miles, run 3.1 miles) in 1 hour, 6 minutes, 50 seconds.
Today's 2.1 high tide is perfect for catching redfish and snook around mangrove islands. With the high coming late in the afternoon, you'll have plenty of time to find bait.
On the road with roadies
Now the seats are all empty
Floridian makes most of opportunity in bicycle stunt-street competition
ST. PETERSBURG -- After wrecking twice and still placing third in preliminaries, Rob Nolli said he felt confident he could improve upon that showing in the final of the bicycle stunt-street competition at the X Games Trials on Sunday.
Houston hangs on, captures title in 10th
Cincinnati loses a baserunner in the eighth on a close call and Cougars go on to win Conference USA baseball crown.