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Today in Sports History: February 4th

2/04/1987 - Lakers destroy Kings It was an ugly scene in Los Angeles as the pitiful Sacramento Kings, who would lose 59 games in the '87 season, went up against a Lakers squad that would win 65...

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1/25/2006 - Pacers trade Ron Artest

(Artest posting up against Peja Stojakovic, who he was traded for) The Indiana Pacers had been one of the most consistent franchises in sports. In 1994, their starting lineup consisted of Mark...

5/26/2002 - Horry's three beats the Kings

(Horry nails the Game 4 dagger. Photo courtesy of AP Photos) Of all the clutch shots Robert Horry hit during his career, none was more dramatic as the one in Game 4 of the 2002 Western Conference...

6/02/2002 - Lakers edge past Kings in Game 7

(Robert Horry and Chris Webber. Photo by Jed Jacobsohn, Getty Images) The regular season buildup to the Kings-Lakers rivalry did not disappoint in the postseason. In Game 4 of the Western...

Today in Sports History: April 3rd

4/03/1985 - Kings move to Sacramento A special NBA committee grants the Kansas City Kings the right to move to Sacramento, California. Kings owner Joe Axelson cited poor ticket sales, attendance,...

Today in Sports History: November 13th

On this day in sports history: the longest shot in pro basketball history, Darry Dawkins breaks a backboard, and an NBA player manages to foul out with 7 fouls.

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