What do a hard shove in an NBA playoff game, a wayward ball in The Masters golf tournament, and a high school soccer match in Utah have in common? Nike's new slogan sums it up: Winning Takes Care of Everything.
All signs point to Tiger continuing his torrid pace. This could very well turn into his best year ever as a professional golfer.
Washington's Bryce Harper crashed into the wall in Dodger Stadium. He needed 11 stitches on his chin. He also banged up his knee and shoulder.
Tiger Woods wins again, this time at the TPC Sawgrass walking away with his second Player's Championship victory. It's Tiger's fourth win of the 2013 PGA Tour season, and probably won't be his last this year.
Tiger Woods wins the Players Championship by two shots when Sergio Garcia puts two balls in the water on 17.
The world's number one golfer must play on. After history has spoken winning will take care of any doubt there might be that Tiger Woods is the best golfer to have ever played the game.
Baylor's Brittney Griner was the #1 overall pick in the WNBA draft chosen by Phoenix. Let's see where Dallas takes her in the NBA draft.
Of all the 22,884 swings at a golf ball, only one player had each and every one of his swings recorded by television cameras. That would be Tiger Woods.
Were you rooting for Tiger through this weekend's Masters tournament? Were you rooting against him? Or did you basically not care?
Tiger missed an opportunity to act like a real champion, by doing something far more significant and memorable than winning another major.
Where was the Rutgers administration during the unfolding of Penn State's Sandusky scandal? Certainly a far worse tragedy, but the lessons were there, once again, to be learned.
I'm hoping Tiger Woods is contending for I can't wait to see his reaction when I duck under the gallery ropes and say, "Mr. Woods (or Tiger; I haven't decided yet), I'm a big fan and I have a great short game. Would you mind if I hit your shot for you?"
Let's wish our best to Tiger and Lindsey. Hopefully, he has learned how to enjoy love and presumably monogamy in a healthy, positive way.
So now where do we athletic wannabes and weekend warriors turn to find inspiration? The answer just might be found next door or across the street.
As the world's best golfers head to Augusta National for The Masters, the buzz is building around the biggest story of the week: Will Tiger Woods win his first major championship in five years?
Did anyone really think for a minute that Woods would never date again or that only some self-loathing gold digger would have any interest in him? If so, that's short-sighted, to say the least. Woods, like all of us, is more than the sum of his parts.