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A 10-year-old Sussex spaniel named Stump has become America's top dog -- and the oldest winner ever at the Westminster Kennel Club show.

LeBron James went off for 47 points Tuesday night, but it wasn't enough to stop the Pacers from surprising the Cavs 96-95 in a game marked by two -- count 'em, two -- controversial last-second plays. [NBA.com]

Make the cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit issue, and your schedule fills up. Cover girl Bar Refaeli, along with swimsuit models Cintia Dicker, Jessica Gomes, Tori Praver and Daniella Sarahyba and SI Group President Mark Ford, closed Tuesday's session at the New York Stock Exchange. [NYSE.com]

A showdown of the NHL's two best teams went to the Sharks, who rallied for a 5-2 road win over the Bruins. The loss was Boston's first in 29 games this season when leading after two periods. [NHL.tv]

Baseball is still reeling from Alex Rodriguez's admission that he used steroids from 2001-2003, and nobody is more disappointed than the man who signed him to a $252 million contract, Rangers owner Tom Hicks. [MLB.com]

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