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Can Dwyane Wade and Shaq bring the Heat an NBA title? Check out KW's picks for the 2005 NBA Playoffs
Base stealing is a skill that takes speed, a quick eye and good judgement. Kidzworld looks at baseballs best base thieves.
Freddy Adu and the rest of DC United get ready to kickoff another season of Major League Soccer.
Who's going to win the World Series? Will Barry Bonds play? Kidzworld previews the 2005 baseball season.
In Rise Above, Aaron Brooks talks about what he did to become one of the NFL's elite quarterbacks.
Jeff Gordon was racing cars before he could even read or write. Kidzworld checks out one of the fastest racers in the world of NASCAR.
After winning her ninth US figure skating title, Michelle Kwan is looking towards the 2005 World Figure Skating Championships.
Tom Brady has lead the New England Patriots to three Super Bowl victories. Check out this bio on one of the NFL's top quarterbacks.
To be a top shotblocker in the NBA, a player needs to have excellent timing, quickness and of course, height.
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most exciting young soccer players in the world. Check out this biography and pictures of this teenage football superstar.
Roger Federer's sweet forehand and court smarts have made him one of the top-ranked tennis players in the world.
Peyton Manning is having a big season and has helped the Indianapolis Colts become Super Bowl contenders.
From the hardest homerun hitters to the fastest swimmers, Kidzworld checks out some of the top athletes of 2004.
Chinese-born NBA star Yao Ming is the face of these Beijing Olympic Games. Kidzworld's got the 411 on this super tall center for the Houston Rockets!
Carmelo Anthony has become a b-ball sensation and has the Denver Nuggets in the hunt for a playoff spot.
Think you know everything abou the NBA? Play free online sports trivia with Kidzworld and put your basketball smarts to the test.
Will the Pistons repeat as NBA Champs? How will Shaq do in Miami? Check out the Coach's 2004 NBA Season Preview.
Landon Donovan's quickness and lethal scoring ability have made him one of the biggest stars in Major League Soccer.
If the New England Patriots want to finish their undefeated season and win the Super Bowl, they will have to throw the ball to #81!