NBA: In another impressive comeback, the Dallas Mavericks outscored the Miami Heat 21-9 in the final 10:12 to win 86-83 and tie the NBA Finals at two games apiece. In case anyone was starting to think Dirk Nowitzki might be human, he's not. He led the Mavericks in scoring with 21 points -- while battling a sinus infection and fever. Game 5 is Thursday night in Dallas.
College softball: Top-ranked Arizona State is the new national champions. The Sun Devils earned a 7-2 WCWS win Tuesday night, which culminated in a sweep of the fourth-ranked Florida Gators in the finals. It's Arizona State's second title in four years -- the Sun Devils also won it all in 2008. In the two championship series games, Arizona State outscored Florida a mammoth 21-6.
College football: Football fans had just begun recovering from the news that Jim Tressel had resigned as the head coach of Ohio State when another bombshell knocked them off their feet Tuesday: Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor announced he would not be returning for his senior season. Pryor had already been suspended for the first five games next season for accepting improper benefits from the owner of a tattoo parlor, but the NCAA is continuing to look into all aspects of the Buckeyes' program, from cash and tattoos to players, to car deals for athletes and other possible violations. Since he is no longer a college football player, Pryor now has no obligation to meet with the NCAA. Even though his lawyer said he was confident that Pryor would be cleared of any further violations related to cars he'd driven during his OSU career or any other memorabilia trading, there was still a lot of lingering resentment from some fans over the role Pryor played in the Buckeyes' problems. So what's next? His lawyer said Pryor hopes to enter the next NFL supplemental draft, but labor uncertainty could lead him to consider the Canadian Football League or a personal quarterback coach first.