Wednesday's headlines included a variety of unfortunate injuries and accidents ... Some even of Olympic proportions. However, not all the news was bad as a number of NBA stars were named to the roster of the 2010 USA Basketball Team. Catch up on all of the days news ...
Lindsey Vonn is worried a badly bruised right shin will keep her out of the Vancouver Olympics.
The USA Basketball team is set to kick off again this summer for the World Championship. The roster for 2010 through 2012 was announced Wednesday. Coach Mike Krzyzewski returned 9 players from the 2008 Beijing Olympic Gold Medal team.
Four-time defending NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson was involved in a large crash during practice Wednesday for this weekend's Daytona 500. Johnson, and Kyle Busch who was also involved in the crash, will have to switch to a backup car to compete in the race.
Former New York Mets cleanup hitter Carlos Delgado will consider retirement if he does not receive an adequate offer to play next season. Delgado says teams in both the AL and NL have interest, but he won't sign just to sign.
Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee earlier this week. The team said the surgery was successful and expects Pryor to be back to 100 percent before spring practice, which begins April 1.
The Atlanta Braves offered free agent Johnny Damon a one-year deal, MLB.com reported on Wednesday. Atlanta's offer is believed to be for one year and include deferred money. Damon's agent, Scott Boras, has said he is seeking at least a two-year deal.
The owner of Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra says his filly won't run against Zenyatta in a $5 million race in Arkansas, but he's proposing a three-race series in which the leading ladies will meet.
Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge said he's had no discussions with the Charlotte Bobcats about a rumored deal that centered around a swap of Celtics forward Glen Davis and Charlotte guard D.J. Augustin.