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Published April 5, 1995
The UCLA MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM were guests on the "Tonight Show" with Jay Leno. Jay Leno: "Did you see ED O'BANNON last night? At one time he had five guys on him. Five guys hanging all over him! I don't know why they let those agents in the locker room after the game." UCLA Coach JIM HARRICK came out with the NCAA Trophy, which he reluctantly handed over to Leno. Harrick: "I remember what you said last year. ... You dogged us just a little bit. But I am going to forgive you" ("Tonight Show," NBC, 4/4). UConn's basketball standout REBECCA LOBO was a guest on "Late Show" with David Letterman. Lobo said she wants to be a sports broadcaster (CBS, 4/4)....Astros Manager TERRY COLLINS and Tigers Manager SPARKY ANDERSON appeared on "Good Morning America" (ABC, 4/5). Dodgers Manager TOMMY LASORDA appeared on "CBS This Morning" (CBS, 4/5)....Heat Owner MICKY ARISON remained hospitalized after heart surgery in London for a partially blocked artery (Mult., 4/5).... NewSport's Question of the Day found 63% believing NOLAN RICHARDSON will head to the Grizzlies (NewSport). LETTERMAN'S TOP TEN WAYS THE METS CAN IMPROVE THIS YEAR: 10) Don't just suck -- suck 110%; 9) Require players to bet on games so they care about outcome; 8) Instead of baseball hats -- Donahue wigs; 7) No beers till the seventh inning; 6) A little less "polishing the bat," if you know what I mean; 5) Wait at least until All-Star break to get indicted; 4) Stop letting KATO KAELIN sleep in the dugout; 3) Two words: Coach Gump; 2) Forget about Letterman hosting annual awards banquet; 1) Keep the replacements (CBS, 4/4).