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Today in Sports History: May 8th

On this day in sports history, Allen Iverson talks about practice, Randy Johnson strikes out 20, and Willis Reed performs an act so legendary that his very name has since become a metaphor.

Today in Sports History: June 6th

What happened on this day in history? How about the freakin' birth of the NBA!!

Today in Sports History: May 16th

Allan Houston hits a game-winner, a Cubs fan incites a brawl, and Magic Johnson has one of the greatest performances ever.

Today in Sports History: December 19th

12/19/1999 - Brown blinded by flagIn one of the final games of the year, Browns tackle Orlando Brown was hit with a penalty flag in the worst possible place: his eye. Referee Jeff Triplette, who...

Today in Sports History: January 5th

It's an interesting day in sports history. It's the day of two of the best NFL comebacks ever, the day Pistol Pete passed away, the day of one of the best moves in NBA history, and the day of the National Basketball Association's first -- and only ever -- rain delay.

Today in Sports History: December 6th

(Testaverde goes down well before reaching the end zone. Screen cap by CBS) 12/06/1979 - Dawkins breaks backboard again Three weeks after he broke a backboard in a game at Kansas City, Darryl...

Today in Sports History: May 22nd

(LeBron after hitting The Chosen Shot. Photo by Gregory Shamus, Getty Images) 5/22/1963 - Nats move to Philadelphia Not long after the franchise was sold to a group of Philadelphia businessmen,...

Today in Sports History: May 31st

It is a mammoth day in the history of sports. Find out why after the jump.

Today in Sports History: August 29th

8/29/1974 - Malone heads to the prosA major moment in basketball occurs as Petersburg High School star Moses Malone signs with the Utah Stars of the ABA, rather than with the University of...

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