A woman who claims Michael Jordan fathered her child wants the former NBA star to submit to a third paternity test.
Lisa Miceli also is asking a judge to lift a temporary restraining order imposed after Jordan filed a harassment suit against her.
Miceli, 35, of Meadville, claims Jordan fathered her 4-year-old son, but Jordan's lawsuit says a pair of 2005 paternity tests rule him out as the boy's father.
• COLLEGE BASKETBALL -- Arizona freshman guard Jerryd Bayless has decided to enter the NBA draft.
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Athletic department spokesman Tom Duddleston confirmed Bayless' decision.
Bayless has been projected as a lottery pick. He averaged a team-high 19.7 points.
• Louisville sophomore forward Earl Clark will skip his final two seasons and enter the NBA draft.
Clark averaged 11.1 points, 8.1 rebounds and 1.7 blocked shots for the Cardinals (27-9), who fell to North Carolina in the NCAA tournament's East Regional final last week.
Clark averaged 14.5 points and 8.3 rebounds in Louisville's four tournament games.
He is the second Louisville player to decide to leave early. Forward Derrick Caracter announced he would skip his final two years.
Clark had said earlier in the season that he would return for his junior year, but changed his mind after the team's tournament run.
• WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL -- Angel Robinson had 16 points and eight rebounds to help Marquette win the WNIT title with an 81-66 victory over Michigan State.
Krystal Ellis, the tournament MVP with a 23.2-point average, had 15 points and led a 23-2 run in the opening minutes. And Erin Monfre, who came in averaging 2.7 points, hit five 3-pointers for the Golden Eagles (21-14).
Freshman Kalisha Keane had a career-high 24 points for the Spartans (23-14). Allyssa DeHaan added 11 points and five blocked shots to boost her Big Ten season mark for rejections to 150. Mia Johnson also had 11 points for Michigan State, but was just 3-for-15 from the field and 1-for-8 from long range.
• COLLEGE FOOTBALL -- Family members disclosed that longtime Georgia radio announcer Larry Munson had successful surgery to remove blood clots on his brain.
Munson's recovery period is not known, but family members said he is expected to make a full recovery following the procedure to correct the subdural hematoma.
Munson, 85, was admitted to St. Mary's Hospital in Athens last week. Tests revealed the blood clots.
Due to health problems, Munson worked only home games and the game at Georgia Tech during the 2007 season, his 42nd calling Georgia games.
WSB's Neil Williamson told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution he saw Munson after Georgia's G-Day spring football game and said Munson was pleased to hear about the strong play of running back Caleb King.
Munson is expected to return to the broadcast booth in 2008.