Morning links LII:
Raptors win -- in front of the smallest crowd in franchise history. Line of the night in the NBA: it's LeBron James, but Ben Wallace makes a run with one of those 17-rebound, 0-point nights: "I was having one of those out-of-body experiences," says the other Big Ben.
Line of the night in the NHL: Marc Denis stops 36 shots then backstops the Jackets' shootout win in Calgary.
Donovan McNabb finally speaks out on Terrell Owens, as one of 2005's most enduring soap operas just won't quit.
Cathal Kelly looks at the England manager search, concluding that it's just the job for Big Phil Scolari. Chicago Addick rounds up the usual (English) suspects for the job, part of the latest must-see, all-around-the-world Sport Blog Roundup compiled by Ken Owen. And in another English story, the Magpies (We need that nickname over here, pronto) have sacked Graeme Souness.
The Argos have kicked off an anti-violence campaign, Pinball Clemons as usual leading the way.
India loses to Pakistan in cricket, and judging by the adjective count, it ain't pretty.