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Headlines: R. Bush, Arsenio Hall, Thunder

A few items you may have missed that are worth a quick look:

• Sometimes, the best tweets are ones you never send, as @reggie_bush realized a day after tweeting several tributes to Chelsea’s Didier Drogba that crossed the line for several followers. Bush’s weekend got off a rough start as he was stranded in a parking garage at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport during a hazmat incident late Friday after returning from New York and his co-hosting gig on “Live with Kelly.” He then tweeted “The weather is killing my Saturday.” He recovered Sunday, as he watched the Spurs victory and the Billboard Music Awards.

Monday, he urged his 2,431,000-plus followers to “Attack the day and be productive. @Reggie_Bush

• Arsenio Hall was named “Celebrity Apprentice” Sunday night and Arsenio’s haul for the Magic Johnson Foundation was $417,000. The show featured Johnson in a video pitch for his charity. Meanwhile, Orel Hershiser also worked a double-header of sorts. While he was calling the Dodgers-Cardinals game live for ESPN, Hershiser pitched in on “Apprentice” via tape, making a $20,000 donation at the charity event of runner-up Clay Aiken. Spotted in the live studio audience, Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

• Sure, the Clippers got swept out of the playoffs, but who has had a better time this season thus far – Lakers fans or Clippers fans? T.J. Simers thinks he has the answer. Los Angeles Times

• There’s no question Thunder fans are having a great time this spring. A victory over the Lakers Monday night would not only put their team in the Western Conference finals, but be a triumph over “Divine Right” and trigger a celebration where “tall basketball players will hug like it's V-J Day,” writes Berry Tramel. The Oklahoman

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