To supplement your holiday hangover, here's the latest sports news from the Sunshine State:
According to Wolfson, Minnesota will need to offer Orlando more than Derrick Williams, the second-overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, if it hopes to pry Redick from the Magic.
The Dolphins will look to increase Lamar Miller's role next season, and an offense with both Miller and Bush could be a match-up nightmare for opposing defenses. But if Bush is asking for more than the Dolphins are willing to pay, Miami will simply move on with Miller as the feature back.
This marks the 40th time James has earned Player of the Week accolades in his career, the most times a player has earned the honors in NBA history. It also marks the 42nd time in franchise history a Heat player has earned Player of the Week honors and the 14th time James has earned the honor as a member of the Heat.
By giving Maine a minor league contract and an invitation to Spring Training, the Marlins are not exactly making a huge commitment to him. The chances of John Maine being out of baseball by the time the season starts are higher than you might think. However, if Maine can stay healthy and return to his old self, Miami could have something special. The Marlins are giving John Maine an opportunity in spring training to prove to them, and the rest of Major League Baseball, that Maine still has a future in the majors.