Here's your morning links, double-double:
Former Raptor turned Knick Antonio Davis went into the stands in Chicago last night during overtime against the Bulls. He was ejected, later explaining in a statement that his wife was being bothered by a drunken fan.
CNNSI's John Donovan releases his Hot Stove League marks -- J.P. Ricciardi and the Jays get an A: "These moves could -- no, they should -- put the Jays into wild-card territory, at least." Yes, that could -- no, it would -- be the intent, I'm guessing.
Regular visitors know we're quite high on the U of T Blues' chances to do something big this year. In this week's national men's hoops rankings, they've cracked the top 10 for the first time since 1997.
Not sure why a 20th anniversary retrospective on Cal's run through the Stanford marching band is all that relevant with the 25th anniversary next year, but if Kottke links to it that's good enough for me. Besides, it's a pretty cool read, and it gives me a chance to link to Stanford's mascot, the Dancing Tree, who is probably the only Cardinal figure who didn't figure in the play.
Today's best bet: Buffalo at Vancouver. Sabres play the second of a six-game road trip and they are on the warpath, ooh-ahh, while Canucks have won five of last six.
Yesterday's best bet: A damp squib, as they say across the pond, as Manchester United hammers Burton Albion 5-0. Oh well, it was fun while it lasted. 1 1/2 stars -- one for showing up, the half for the 10,500 Brewers fans at Old Trafford. But no more. They didn't even manage a shot on goal, for pete's sake.