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Knight's golden

opportunity

So what if Bob Knight never coaches again. The president of a company that pairs sports figures with endorsement deals says the former Indiana basketball coach could earn at least $200,000 a year now that he has time to concentrate on motivational speeches. Bob Williams, president of Burns Sports, says Knight's firing could even enhance his ability to be hired. Potential "motivational speech" clients could include the military, the IRS and the national parking meter police union.

QUESTION OF THE DAY

Marat Safin ties Stan Smith as the tallest U.S. Open champion at 6 feet 4. Who is the shortest in the open era?

Answer below.

QUOTABLE

"How could they let a guy in a Mohawk be their leader?"

_ ANTONIO MCDYESS

basketball Olympian whose team was allowed to leave its Melbourne, Australia, hotel for good only when one of the protesters present for the World Economic Forum gave the okay

ANSWER

Ken Rosewall, the 1970 winner, at 5-7.

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