U.S. Fans Abound For WWC Final LeBron Praised For Role In Apatow's "Trainwreck" MLS Eyeing St. Paul For Expansion Club Angels Bad PR Continues With Dipoto Exit NBA Free Agency Begins With Money Flying Expectations High For NASCAR On NBC NBC Lands New Advertisers For Race Coverage Going Off The Grid Steelers Exploring '23 Super Bowl Bid GT To Benefit Financially From Ireland Game
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JUWAN HOWARD, who graduated Saturday from Michigan: "When I left early and told people I was going to go back to school and get my degree, a lot of them didn't believe me. It wasn't like I was trying to go out and prove something to anyone, I was doing it for myself and my family." Howard plans on attending graduate school someday ("Sunday SportsDay," ESPN, 4/30)....MICHAEL JORDAN, who was ESPN's "Sunday Conversation," talked about his father's death and how he feels about the individuals implicated for the murder possibly getting the death penalty: "If they kill those guys, it doesn't mean much to me, because my father's gone." Jordan, on his relationship with his sponsors: "We're all partners, they get something, I get something" (ESPN, 4/30). Former Laker JAMES WORTHY has been named to the board of the Watts Foundation Community Trust Organization (L.A. TIMES, 4/30).....According to reports in the L.A. TIMES, fired Kings Coach BARRY MELROSE may be in the ESPN studio for the playoffs (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 4/29)....GRANT HILL on being named to PEOPLE's "50 Most Beautiful People:" "I'm so thin that when I go to the beach, I don't take my shirt off" (Baltimore SUN, 4/30).