After all the "storms" last week, it's been a far quieter week sports-wise.
Tiger's back on the PGA Tour again, this time in public at Quail Hollow in North Carolina, rather than the cloistered surroundings of Augusta National. He's well off the pace after the first round, but that's hardly surprising if the latest revelations that he bedded around 120 women during his marriage have any substance!
The Super 14 is getting down to the sharp end, and there's the very real prospect that there will be NO NZ teams in the play-offs unless the Crusaders can win on the road in Safferland. We'd love to think that the 'Canes would make it, but they are reliant on too many other results, and we don't like their chances.
The FIFA World Cup is getting ever-closer, and the All Whites are in camp to begin their preparation. How d'ya reckon they are going to do? Can they get beyond the group stage? Can they win a match? All will be revealed soon.
And the Black Caps are in the West Indies for the ICC World T20. Does this competition have any status or significance? They play Sri Lanka tomorrow mornng at 5am NZ time, and given that we've been waking obscenely early lately, we'll probably have a look; failing that, there's always MySky!
OK - that's our thoughts; the floor is yours ...