Woods reclaims the world's No. 1

After a spectacular showing to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Tiger Woods has taken back his place as the world's No. 1 golfer, a place he hasn't been in nearly 2½ years. "I play well here, and that's about as simple as it gets," Tiger said after the win. That might be an understatement, as he's won this tournament eight times in his illustrious career.

Woods may have nabbed the top spot with his performance on the greens, but it's the execution on the hardwood that dominates the next four positions. LeBron James nabbed the No. 2 spot after a combined 110 points, 39 assists and 37 rebounds in four games this week. Sherwood Brown claimed the third spot for playing a pivotal role in his Florida Gulf Coast team's making it to the Sweet 16. Brittney Griner was eight points shy of outscoring Prairie View A&M by herself in Baylor's opening-round win, which landed her in the No. 4 position. And Ramon Galloway rounds out the top five for helping La Salle earn a place among the 16 teams left standing in the NCAA tournament.

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2013 Cross-Sport Power Rankings panel: Sara Walsh, John Buccigross, Robert Flores, Michael Smith, Bram Weinstein, Mike Hill, Jorge Andres, Charissa Thompson, DJ Gallo, Jim Basquil, Kevin Connors, Jeff MacGregor and Steve Weissman

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