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The draws for the 2002 World Cup have been picked... It's bad news for England who are in the group of death and good news for the United States who at least have a chance to advance.
Luis Gonzalez knocked in the World Series winning run, A.I. took the 76ers to the NBA Finals and Venus kicked butt on everyone, including her sis. Here's a look at the top athletes of 2001.
A Spanish soccer player bit his teammate on the willy, a 14 year-old tried to play Little League and the XFL bit the dust. Here's a look at some of the worst sports moments of 2001.
The Yankees get their man, Frankie Muniz gets ready to show the Clippers his NBA stuff and we'll let you know who's gonna play the half-time show at Super Bowl XXXVI in New Orleans.
Ty Tryon makes golfing history, Mario Lemieux isn't looking so super and you can now vote for your favorite players for the 2002 NBA All-Star Game. Read on to uncork this week's sports fizz.
Shaq wants to be the new sherrif in town, Dominik is dominating the All-Star voting and Michael Jordan's slam-dunks and high-flying moves have arrived on DVD, just in time for the holidays.
The Olympic flame has begun its journey to Salt Lake City, the NBA's fashion police tell Shaq and Kobe to shorten their shorts and the Detroit Lions are still hunting for their first win.
Shaquille and Phil Jackson are headed for a possible smackdown, Eric Lindros keeps his head up against his old Philly teammates and Roots shows off their stylin' new Olympic colors.
What baseball player has the wildest name? What player needs a haircut and a little zit cream? They didn't hit the most homers or steal the most bases but they still deserve an award.
Michael Jordan's return to the NBA in 2001. Michael Jordan's first game with the Washington Wizards.
The D-Backs are the new champs, Doug Flutie rubs salt into Buffalo's wounds and two new extreme sports are coming to the X-Games. Here's a look at some of the latest news from the sports world.
Will the Lakers three-peat? Will MJ still have air or will his comeback fall flatter than Shaq's free-throw? Read on to find out Kidzworld's slam dunkin' NBA predictions.
Meet Danny Stricker. He's one of the youngest sports writers around and he's hung with some of San Diego's most famous athletes, including Tony Gwynn and Chargers' head coach, Mike Riley.
Osgood is so good in goal for the New York Islanders, the Galaxy gets rocked by a major league earthquake and surprise, surprise... the New York Yankees are in the World Series.
Super Mario fires his coach, Michael shows he's still got game and Oakland gets yanked from the World Series. Here's a look at the latest shakedowns and breakdowns from the world of sports.
Hello out there. If you're getting paid millions of bucks a year to slam a ball or shoot a hockey puck - then, like, I'm so sure you can take a few seconds to sign your flippin' name.
Will the Yankees make it a World Series fourpeat? Or will Ichiro and the Mariners stop New York's streak? One thing's for certain - the Braves will choke in the playoffs yet again.
If you haven't heard of Kwame Brown, Tyson Chandler or Eddie Curry, it won't be long before you do. They're the next generation of b-ball superstars who are going from high school to the NBA.
The Big E's in the Big Apple, Jaromir Jagr is a Washington Capital and the Dominator will be guarding the goal for Detroit. Hang On! The puck's about to drop on another hard hitting NHL season.
MJ talks about his itch, Giants fans go bobbing for baseballs and the San Diego Chargers have bolted out to a 3-0 start. Here's a look at the latest news from the world of sports.