August 2005 in sports

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  • Golf: US PGA Championship: Phil Mickelson shot a five-under par 65 to take the lead after two rounds of the 2005 PGA Championship, the final major on the golf calendar. Play was delayed on the fourth hole when a branch of a tree fell following the group with Tiger Woods teeing off, injuring three people, including two CBS Sports employees, one of them with a broken leg. Woods will make the cut (set at four-over par) continuing his streak of not missing a cut at any of the four majors. (Official PGA Championship Website)

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The 13 players involved (not counting draft picks) set an NBA record for most players involved in a single trade. (ESPN)

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