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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...

Today in Sports History: June 14th

Today is an epic day in sports history, particularly in the NBA. But don't take my word for it....

Today in Sports History: May 31st

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

5/19/2005 - Reggie Miller hangs it up

(Miller waves to the fans at Canseco Fieldhouse. Photo by Elsa, Getty Images) The 2004-05 Indiana Pacers are one of the biggest "what ifs" in NBA history. For the final season of Reggie Miller's...

Today in Sports History: June 2nd

6/02/1993 - Smith misses as Knicks loseWith the New York Knicks trailing, 95-94, with just a few seconds remaining in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals, Knicks forward Charles Smith receives...

Today in Sports History: May 10th

(Reggie hits the three in front of Spike Lee. Photo by Paul Sancya, Indianapolis Star) 5/10/1974 - Kareem sky-hook beats CelticsOne of the best games in the 1970's ends on a signature move from...

Today in Sports History: May 25th

On this day in sports history, John Starks dunks over Michael Jordan and Horace Grant, Reggie Miller pushes off MJ for a game-winner, the Celtics complete a comeback over New Jersey, and a man in a...

Today in Sports History: June 5th

(Ewing exults after winning Game 7. Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler, Getty Images) 6/05/1977 - Blazers beat Sixers in Finals The Portland Trail Blazers defeat the Philadelphia 76ers, 111-109, to win...

Today in Sports History: March 19th

On this day in sports history, MJ returns to the NBA after playing minor league baseball, Anthony Bowie commits a no-no, and the city of Phoenix learns to appreciate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Today in Sports History: June 1st

On this day in sports history, John Madden football turns 22, Reggie Miller gives Spike Lee the choke sign, Milton Bradley goes on a tirade -- bested only by AA manager Phillip Wellman.

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