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clemens_roid_rage.jpgRoger Clemens‘ attorneys are finally kicking their act into gear and launching their own investigation into the allegations against the Rocket, according to the New York Times. Meanwhile, the Bergen Record checks in with Joba Chamberlain as last season’s dominant setup man begins his transition back to the starting rotation.

David Ortiz doesn’t think Santana will land in Boston.

Giants fans, ever the historians, are selling their tickets en masse for Saturday’s season finale against the Patriots. Jets fans, meanwhile, are compiling their draft boards.

zach_randolph.jpgLooks like the Eddy CurryZach Randolph experiment is nearing an end, a move that most people around the league saw coming from Day One. It’s likely that either Curry or Randolph will begin tonight’s game in Orlando on the bench. Stephon Marbury will once again be absent from the lineup as he continues to struggle with the death of his father.

And speaking of Randolph, don’t look now, but Z-Bo’s former team has won 11 in a row. Channing Frye, shipped to Portland in the trade for Randolph, chipped in with 12 points and 8 rebounds in the Blazers’ Christmas night victory over Seattle, and afterwards took some time to expound on the virtues of team basketball.

petr_prucha.jpgAccording to the Post’s Larry Brooks, the Rangers are interested in acquiring either Adam Foote or Rostislav Klesla, both rugged defenseman for the Columbus Blue Jackets. Klesla, a 25-year-old top-four d-man, would cost considerably more than the 36-year-old veteran Foote. It seems Petr Prucha would be the major chip in any potential deal, while one of Paul Mara or Marek Malik is likely on his last legs on Broadway as well.

You may recall in July Prucha received a sizable raise, prompting some speculation that his contract could become cap-compliant trade bait in the team’s pursuit of a top-4 defenseman.

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