■ Thought Terrence Jones was so outta here. Now, I'm not so sure.
■ Brandon Knight faces a tough choice. Many NBA Draft boards have Knight as a top-10 pick. But he's an excellent student who, if he stayed another year, might be close to graduating.
And there's that lockout looming. But this year's draft class is considered to be weak, while next year's will be stronger. If Knight stays, he could drop out of the top 10.
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Glad I'm not the one making the decision.
■ If Perry Jones is staying at Baylor, then anything is possible.
■ This is the second year of the short evaluation period for underclassmen considering the draft. They must declare by April 24 and withdraw by May 8. Very few will learn anything in those two weeks.
■ Good to see John Pelphrey reuniting with Billy Donovan at Florida. Considering the arrests of two of Donovan's players, the Pelphrey hire is about the only good thing to happen to Billy D. this week.
■ Why, exactly, did Josh Selby even bother showing up in Kansas?
■ All four of Kentucky's signees played well at the Nike Hoop Summit last weekend in Portland, but the star of the show was Bismack Biyombo. He's a 6-foot-9 future star from the Republic of the Congo. Problem is, no one knows his exact age.
■ Rory McIlroy responded much more maturely to his awful final round than Tiger Woods did to his good final round — or at least judging by Tiger's TV interview.
■ Did you see where Augusta National kept Bergen Record columnist Tara Sullivan out of the locker room during interviews? I'm surprised Augusta National even knows there are female sportswriters.
■ Interesting that Nick Zito is choosing to keep Dialed In at Palm Meadows in Florida until the week before the Derby. That's a change in strategy for Zito.
■ If Uncle Mo fails in the Derby, after his poor performance in the Wood Memorial, there will be a lot of second-guessing his ultra-soft 3-year-old schedule.
■ Come on, you have to love a horse by the name of Pants On Fire, who just happened to win the Louisiana Derby.
■ Funny that when San Diego beat Kentucky back in 2007, you might have (jokingly) thought the fix was in. Now, turns out San Diego is the team that is accused of point-shaving.
■ Through Monday night's games, Albert Pujols had hit into more double plays than he had base hits.
■ At Florida's spring game last Saturday, the school unveiled statues of its three Heisman Trophy-winning quarterbacks, Steve Spurrier, Danny Wuerffel and Tim Tebow.
During the game, quarterback John Brantley overthrew a receiver in the end zone. The ball skipped right to Tebow, who immediately fired a strike back to midfield. The crowd of 53,000 roared.
■ If Kentucky were to put three statues in front of Commonwealth Stadium, who would they be? I'd go for Art Still, Tim Couch and Babe Parilli.
■ The great Norman Chad on the Miami Heat: "You can't win playing three-on-five unless you're Kim, Khloe and Kourtney."
■ The night before Kentucky met Connecticut in the national semifinals, Fox Sports posted a story claiming that a former John Calipari aide had made impermissible phone calls at Memphis and Kentucky.
Monday, Calipari sent out a Twitter reminder for people to check out his mailbag on Fox Sports South.