1. Potential Perjurers. Today is another day when ESPNews and C-Span may look eerily similar. Roger Clemens, Brian McNamee will sit down with some of our elected officials this afternoon. And, no matter what happens or how little you care at this point, you'll be hearing all about it. I would think the only interesting thing that could happen is if Clemens - knowing what is happening to Bonds - recants all of his denials and just admits to everything. Other than that, this will be just he said/he said.
2. Chris Paul. His line for the night reads 1 win, 25 points and 14 assists. He is the next-coming of Isiah Thomas, in a good way, and I hope that he can keep his team running all the way through the second half of the season. The Hornets are the reason to go out and get NBA TV (or buy tickets for when the come to the Garden in March).
3. Uno. This adorable little beagle won Best in Show at the Westminster Dog Show.
4. Bill Belichick. With all the attention on Clemens today, not enough people are talking about the Spy-gate sit-down between Roger Goodel and Sen. Arlen Specter that is also taking place today.
5. Chauncy Billups. He scored 12 in the fourth to cap off what had been a pedestrian game and lead the Pistons to their ninth straight win over the Hawks, who played well throughout but at the end just couldn't come through. Probably because they are the Hawks.
Benched. The Kentucky Wildcats. There were shades of the November Knicks game against the Celtics here. The once-feared Wildcats lost by 41 to Vanderbilt last night, 52-93.
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