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This Week in Sports - June 16-23, 2007

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The red hot Brewers are climbing up the standings in baseball. See what else happened this week in sports!

Sports News - Giambi Cooperates

Yankees' slugger Jason Giambi will become the first player to speak to the former Senate majority leader regarding his use of steroids. The controversy started after Giambi made comments about his use in a USA Today story published in May. The former All-Star is expected to come clean about his steroids use, but is not expected to name other names. His admissions may have consequences with the league and the Yankees. There are reports his contract may also be voided.

Sports News - Spurs Sweep Cavs

In one of the most boring finals in NBA history, the Spurs put the overly undermatched Cavaliers out of their misery by sweeping them last Thursday. Tim Duncan showed his dominance, while teammate Tony Parker proved why he is one of the best players in the NBA. For the series, the Spurs went 16-3. It is apparent the rest of the league has a lot of catching up to do.

Sports News - Brewers Keep Brewing

The Milwaukee Brewers are the hottest team in baseball right now. Winners of three straight and eight of the last 10, the Brewers have a commanding lead in the NL Central Division. They are also one game behind the San Diego Padres for first place in the National League.

Notes Around the Sports World

  • This week, Kobe Bryant expressed his distaste for the Lakers. Although he didn't say it in an interview, someone was secretly video taping him while he bad mouthed the team and some of the players.
  • It has been a week for new sports dads. On Wednesday Jeff Gordon became a father to a girl, while Tiger Woods had a boy just two days earlier.
  • It took 11 games to do it, but the Houston Comets finally got a win. After defeating the LA Sparks Wednesday night, the Comets are now 1-10.
  • The Manchester United Soccer School has expanded its program to Canada. For more information click here.

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