Here's a few for you, as we head into the weekend:
There's nothing new here, but sometimes there's a story that just can't be told too many times. Witness Canada's Sports Hall of Fame: Yesterday, it was inducting a new class. Today, it's homeless. From today's Dave Perkins column:
Let's focus not on past management or historical reasons for its predicament, but instead on ways to end this embarassing orphan status for something that should mean plenty to anyone who cares about our sporting heritage, and not only its sporting heritage.
Over at Team Sun, Steve Simmons has a nice one on Jacques Demers, and this from Serge Savard: "You may not have been able to read a contract, but you knew how many zeroes were in the numbers."
Sam Mitchell is ripping the Raptors for bad defence. (Yeah, I know, I was surprised, too.) And Doug Smith takes a look at Jose Calderon: "If Matt Bonner became Raptor fan favourite No. 1 with his style of play a year ago, this could be Calderon's season."
Oh, and that (very) early barometer game last night between Indiana and the Heat? Shaq is on the limp already.