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Today in Sports History: June 25th

(Shaq was traded the day Jackson died. Photos courtesy of Getty Images) 6/25/1999 - Johnson jay ends '99 Finals The Spurs entered Game 5 of the 1999 NBA Finals with a 3-1 series lead, an...

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Today in Sports History: November 4th

(Peterson runs against the Chargers. Photo by Doug Pensinger, Getty Images) 11/04/1994 - The Water Cannon Incident There are good ways to begin a year... and there are bad ones. The way the San...

Today in Sports History: March 10th

3/10/1976 - The Fat Lady sings On this day in 1976, one of the most famous sports adages in the nation is born, according to Fred Shapiro's The Yale Book of Quotations. The Dallas Morning News...

Today in Sports History: May 13th

On this day in sports history, Derek Fisher beats the Spurs with less than half a second left. and Scottie Pippen watches from the bench as Toni Kukoc beats the Knicks.

Today in Sports History: October 24th

(Snow leads Baker to the dugout. Photo by Brian Bahr, Getty Images) 10/24/1985 - Spurs trade Gervin to Bulls The San Antonio Spurs trade George Gervin to the Chicago Bulls for Dave Greenwood....

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: June 19th

On this day in sports history: Len Bias dies, Portland picks Bowie, Horry beats the Pistons, Isiah sets finals record, Jay Williams crashes his motorcycle, and the first baseball game is played.

5/14/2007 - Cheap shot Rob burns Suns

(Nash slams into the scorer's table. Photo by Ronald Martinez, Getty Images) Of all the late-game heroics in Robert Horry's career, only once did it not involve shooting the basketball.In Game 4...

Today in Sports History: December 9th

It's a huge day of sports: a terrible moment in Cleveland Cavs history, a famous punch, an awful trade, a footwear moment, a great game for T-Mac, and a really bad college football hire. So read on!

Today in Sports History: April 9th

(After L.A. clinched the AL West. Photo by Kevork Djansezian, Getty Images) 4/09/1978 - The Ice Man wins scoring titleOn the final day of the regular season, David Thompson of the Denver Nuggets...

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