Tiger Woods, LeBron James, Senior Bowl 2011 and Friday's Top Sports News

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Tiger Woods, LeBron James, Senior Bowl 2011 and Friday's Top Sports News
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The end of the week has come, but there is no lack of big time sports news as a result of it.

It was quite a noteworthy Thursday and Friday promises to bring a lot more craziness along for the ride.

The 2011 PGA Tour season officially kicked off yesterday, with an event at Torrey Pines Golf Course.

Tiger Woods is playing in this tournament and he looked pretty good on Thursday, shooting three-under par on Thursday. We will look at his performance from yesterday and what he can do the rest of the weekend.

Will Tiger win the first event of 2011?

The NBA all-star starters were announced and there weren't any real surprises, with the exception of Yao Ming being voted the starting center in the western conference.

LeBron James and his fellow teammate Dwayne Wade were voted in as starters for the eastern conference; in actual game action, Miami lost to New York.

Can anyone figure this Heat team out or are they the biggest enigma in the association?

Football lovers have no fear because there is a game being played this weekend, a very important game.

No, I am not talking about the awfulness that is the NFL Pro Bowl—it's the 2011 Senior Bowl.

The game will showcase the talent from this year's senior class and a bunch of guys are looking to make a major statement and cement their pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. We will have news and updates from the game.

We will have updates on all of these big stories and so many more. The week is almost over but the sports news never stops.

Keep reading for the latest news and opinions in the sports world.

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