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Tiger Woods, whose four wins this season have seen him return to the top of golf’s world rankings, is also back on top of Forbes’ list of highest-paid sports figures. An article posted on the magazine’s website this week gives the rundown of the 2013 list, which will appear in the June 24th issue. Woods had topped the Forbes list from 2001-2011 — staying there despite the loss of some sponsors in the wake of the sex scandal that engulfed him in November of 2009. But he fell to third last year, behind boxers Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao. Forbes calculates he is back on top, raking in $78.1 million over the 12 months from June 1, 2012 through June 1, 2013 from prize money, endorsements, appearance fees and golf course design work. [Read More]

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P. Diddy may have checked out the penthouse of Tribeca's Merchants House, but it's Brooklyn Nets guard Deron Williams who purchased the pad, according to the Post's Jennifer Gould Keil. According to Streeteasy, the 6,800-square-foot was last listed for $16.9 million when it was taken off the market at the end of December, but Keil reports that Williams paid $15.8 million, a price that's confirmed on the Elliman listing. The apartment has six bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and a 3,000-square-foot terrace that's so big there's a little bridge crossing a lilly pond. [See More]

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Though coming to a quick end in the playoffs, Andrew Luck had a season unlike any rookie quarterback in NFL history for the Indianapolis Colts. He set numerous rookie records, led the team from a 2-14 season to 11-5 on the strength of a record-tying seven game-winning drives and showed veteran poise in carrying the Colts to unforeseen heights. Despite handing the ball off a lot in his Stanford days and coach Chuck Pagano’s preseason talk of ground-and-pound, Luck was the Colts offense this year. [See & Read More]

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