Today's Top 10 Video Highlights
ESPN.com ranks the Top 10 video highlights for April 14th, 2009
Originally Published: April 14, 2009By Michael Cupo | ESPN.com
The Best for April 14th, 2009
- 1. De La Hoya Retires From The Ring - Oscar De La Hoya announces the end of his boxing career.
- 2. SportsCenter's Top Plays - Watch the best highlights from SportsCenter.
- 3. FIU Not Worried About Isiah's Past - FIU athletic director Peter Garcia talks about hiring Isiah Thomas as FIU head basketball coach.
- 4. USC All-Access - All-Access look at USC's spring practice.
- 5. Preparing For The NFL Draft - Mark Sanchez talks about the upcoming NFL Draft.
- 6. Wells Ready To Go - Chris Wells talks about upcoming NFL Draft.
- 7. On The Clock: Seattle Seahawks - Mike Tirico, Trent Dilfer, Chris Mortensen and Mel Kiper Jr. tell you what the Seahawks need to do in the draft.
- 8. Mike And Mike: Meeting Zach Efron - Greeny and Golic discuss Greeny reaction to meeting Zach Efron.
- 9. Daily Dime TV - Ten Drops of NBA Knowledge.
- 10. Padres Ruin Mets' Home Debut - Mets fall behind early, and rally falls short as Padres win Citi Field debut.
Best of the Rest
- 11. Rays Crush Yankees, 15-5 - Kazmir, Pena power Rays' rout of Wang, Yanks.
- 12. Eastern Conference POW: Ben Gordon - Ben Gordon's stellar week earns him Eastern Conference Player of the Week.
- 13. Western Conference POW: Brandon Roy - Brandon Roy leads the Trail Blazers to a 4-0 week and wins Player of the Week honors.
- 14. Nuggets Lock Up Northwest Title - Smith erupts for 45 as Nuggets clinch Northwest.
- 15. Nomar, A's Slam Red Sox, 8-2 - Red Sox match worst start since 1996, falling to 2-5.
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