Miami Heat win again. Simple right?
Post-traumatic shock can take various forms, from unwanted flashbacks to irritability and helplessness.
The Atlanta Falcons, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers come under the spotlight.
When darkness began to encroach on Albert Park shortly after the Australian Grand Prix, the folk at McLaren may have found it profoundly symbolic.
Warren Gatland goes into his ninth Six Nations in charge of Wales confident that his largely unchanged squad can build on a brave World Cup campaign in adversity and keep top players away from the chequebooks of leading English and French clubs.
Not for the first time in her career, Australian Open eighth seed Venus Williams has departed a grand slam in melodramatic style, apparently happy to wear a US$5,000 fine in order to avoid discussing her shock first-round exit at the hands of Great Britain’s Johanna Konta on Tuesday.
It does not require Hercule Poirot to determine where the focus will be during the opening two days of the HSBC Championship. The grouping of Rickie Fowler, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy should at least ensure peace and quiet for the other 123 members of the field.