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Why was a German player once sent home from a World Cup soccer game? Why did India's team boycott the 1950 World Cup? Read on to find the answers and other wacky World Cup soccer facts.
The seven foot, five inch Chinese giant, Yao Ming, and Duke's star point guard, Jason Williams, are two of the future basketball superstars who will be picked at the 2002 NBA Draft.
Baseball fans are now banned from holding up signs or wearing t-shirts that say, "Yankees Suck." That is lame with a capital L. It's lamer than t-ball or taking dance in P.E. class.
The biggest dunks, the hardest fouls and three-point bombs are all part of the action of the NBA Playoffs. Here's a look at what to expect from basketball's most exciting games.
The puck's about to drop on the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs.To get you ready, here's a look at some of the Stanley Cup Playoff's wildest and wackiest moments and events.
Looking to improve your game this summer? You could do it by playing one-on-one against your friends every day or you could learn from basketball's most winning team - the Harlem Globetrotters.
What's up with those New Jersey Nets? A team of pathetic, bricklaying chumps that was once the laughing stock of the NBA is now the favorite to win the league's Eastern Conference.
Help Us Henrik! That's the cry from Swedish soccer fans who are hoping the scoring touch of Henrik Larsson will help lead Sweden out of the "Group of Death" at the 2002 World Cup.
Michael Owen's soft scoring touch has made him one of the most feared strikers in European soccer. Soccer legend, Pele, says Michael "could even become the the best player in the world."
The Winter Olympics had NHL superstars playing each other in the most exciting hockey tournament ever. Many of those players who were international teammates in Salt Lake City are once again NHL rivals.
It was 16 days of skating scandals, hockey heroics, cool kids and freaky fashions. Here's a look at the good, the bad and the bizarre from the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
Apolo Ohno's agonizing crash in speedskating opened the door to Olympic gold for Aussie, Steven Bradbury. For every thrill of victory, there is almost always an agonizing moment of defeat.
The moves of Mario Lemieux are taking the Penguins closer to the Stanley Cup and helping Pittsburgh kids. But the mouth of Rasheed Wallace is taking the Portland Trailblazers to ground zero.
Barry Bonds and Luis Gonzalez are both big homerun hitters whose teams are right in the middle of baseball's playoff race. What's the difference? One's a hero and one's a big fat zero.
Tony Gwynn winds down a 20 year career with the Padres while John Rocker maintains his role as a poster boy for ignorance and stupidity. Here's a look at the Heroes and Zeros of the baseball world.
Some hardcore parents go ballistic on the referees at a hockey game while a bunch of guys skate on a frozen pond all night to set a new world record. It's the Heroes and Zeros of the ice.
Ruben Rivera stole Derek Jeter's bat and glove to make a few extra bucks. Jeff Kent got caught lying about how he got hurt. One's a thief. The other's a liar. They're both big fat zeros.
Baseball's spring training is underway in Florida, Jeff Gordon gets his engine going for the Daytona 500 and YOU could be the next star television reporter for NBA Inside Stuff.
There was no Shaq and no Vince Carter but that didn't stop Kobe from putting on a show of his own. The only thing coming close to Kobe's aerial show was J-Rich's hang time in the Slam Dunk Contest.
Salt Lake City welcomes the world for the Winter Olympics, Dale Earnhardt gets a permanent place at the Daytona Speedway and the NBA's best head to Philadelphia for the All-Star game.