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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...

Today in Sports History: May 4th

Charles Barkley Greatest Games:56 Points Against Warriors(1994 Playoffs R1 G3) (via king1991c) 5/04/1994 - Barkley torches Warriors for 56 Six months earlier, Warriors rookie Chris Webber had...

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: June 13th

On this day in sports history, the Christian Gentleman wins his 300th game, Steve Kerr beats the Jazz, the Suns and Bulls go the distance, the Mavs blow a 13-pt lead in the fourth, and Roger Clemens accomplishes two milestones at the same time.

Today in Sports History: June 4th

On this day in sports history, "Ten Cent Beer Night" goes horribly wrong, the Suns and Celtics go 3OT, Lasting Milledge high-fives some fans, Randy Johnson wins his 300th game, and the Portland Trail Blazers choke in Game 7.

Today in Sports History: June 16th

On this day in sports history, the Bucks trade Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Tiger beats Rocco, Jordan lights up the Phoenix Suns, and Sammy Sosa gets busted.

Today in Sports History: December 7th

(Jason Kidd and Steve Nash. Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler, Getty Images) 12/07/1963 - First use of instant replayInstant replay, a staple in sports broadcasting, was first used in a 1963 college...

Today in Sports History: August 19th

8/19/1921 - Cobb reaches 3KTy Cobb gets a base hit off Red Sox pitcher Elmer Myers, giving him 3,000 for his career. Cobb, who was 34 at the time, would become the first player to also tally 4,000...

Today in Sports History: February 6th

We all know about Ron Artest, but it was 15 years ago today that "Mad" Vernon Maxwell had his own infamous crowd-entering incident.

Today in Sports History: May 1st

On this day in sports history, a black man plays in a Major League Baseball game for the first time (and no, it wasn't Jackie Robinson), Rex Chapman hits a crazy shot, and Lew Alcindor changes his name.

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