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Roundup: Chris Bosh Might Play in Game 5, Shane Mosley Retired from Boxing & Shawn Johnson Retired from Gymnastics

Kate Beckinsale … former Rhode Island basketball star shot in the head … Amare got engaged … US soccer player and his wife go house hunting on TV … the lawsuit that is shaking Silicon Valley Tampa strip clubs are ready for the Republican National Convention … George Zimmerman is back in jail for lying to his judge about his finances … Drew Barrymore got married over the weekend … aggressive fan really wanted Donald Driver’s cleat

Chris Bosh may play in game five against the Celtics Tuesday. [Brian Windhorst]

Tiger’s agent, Mark Steinberg, got a DUI over the weekend. [Journal News]

Sugar Shane Mosley has retired from boxing. [Ring TV]

Shawn Johnson retired from gymnastics. [LA Times]

Major shocker: The Union Tribune decided to part ways with one of its longtime writers, Tim Sullivan. [NSSA]

Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas is taking next year off from hockey. [Facebook]

Novak Djokovic lost the first two sets against an Italian opponent at the French Open, then stormed back to victory. [WSJ]

Phil Hughes outduels Justin Verlander, Yankees drop Tigers four games under .500. [NYDN]

Justin Blackmon’s BAC when he was arrested in Stillwater was .24, or triple the legal limit allowed in Florida, where he’ll live when he plays for the Jaguars. [Times-Union]

USA 0, Canada 0 in a men’s soccer friendly. [Grant Wahl]

Legendary Denver high school football deemed “out of control.” [Post]

Remembering Cleveland’s Muhammad Ali Summit. [Plain Dealer]

Are you ready for MLB’s first year player draft? [MLB.com]

“The renowned Poynter Institute for Media Studies in St. Petersburg is turning to new funding options as officials acknowledge their traditional source, the Tampa Bay Times, can no longer finance its parent organization.” [Tampa Times]

We’ve already linked it, but since I was such a big Orlando Woolridge fan, another link felt necessary. Yes, he was the Amare of the 1980s. [Sam Smith]

‏”A 21-year-old Chicago man who began college at age 9 and medical school three years later is about to become the youngest student ever awarded an M.D. by the University of Chicago.” [AP]

Crazy: Five people riding a motorcycle ran a red light in China and got into an accident. [via Cartmaniak]

The Miss USA contestants sang Call Me Maybe.

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