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The Shaq Attack took down the 76ers in a big way, while the US Open went down to an extra playoff round. The only place you would have seen a "Tiger" in Tulsa this June, is at the zoo.
He's the most intimidating player for rugby's most intimidating team. Jonah Lomu of the New Zealand All Blacks is a hard man to bring down and he has a stereo that could blow your ears off.
The Williams' sisters prefer French fries to the French Open, The Answer tries to solve the puzzle of the Lakers and the Devils try to dig their way out of a Stanley Cup Avalanche.
The NBA playoffs are almost over but that doesn't mean it's the end of hoops season. The WNBA has tipped off as the Houston Comets begin their quest for a fifth straight title.
Football is great because it's action-packed and full of bashing. My favorite position is quarterback because it's your job to throw the winning touchdown and you get the game ball.
So, you think you can play ball? Do you leave your friends gasping with your crossover dribble or your seeing-eye jump shots? Hoop It Up and the Rhythm and Rim tour are heading your way now.
The Lakers have no problems winning at the Alamo, the Avs have a date with the Devil, Barry Bonds sets a new homerun record, and surprise, surprise -Tiger makes the perfect shot.
He said he was 99.9 percent sure it would never happen. But it looks like Michael Jordan and his collection of acrobatic slam dunks and fade away jump shots are returning to the NBA.
Deion's back, Charles Johnson complains about players breaking wind, and the Cubs are in first place. Here's a look at some of the feats and farts from the first quarter of the 2001 season.
A 12 year-old super-kid gets signed by Man United, the top under 16s in Europe do battle, and info on the Ketchup Cup - here's a look at the latest kid soccer news from around the UK.
Is your golf swing sweet enough to make you the next Tiger Woods, or at least one of the best golfers your age? If it is, then get ready for the 2001 US Kids Golf World Championship.
The White House is no longer just a place for a bunch of old suit-wearing farts to talk about politics. President George W. Bush is turning his backyard into a baseball park for kids.
Will the Kobe and Shaq-Attack lead the Lakers to another NBA title or will Allen Iverson be the answer to Philadelphia's championship dreams? The NBA Playoffs are about to take flight.
It's all about kicks from chicks. The Womens United Soccer Association (WUSA) kicked off over the Easter weekend with a game between the Bay Area CyberRays and the Washington Freedom.
Part of the Great Wall of China has arrived in Dallas. He's a seven foot tall center named Wang Zhi Zhi who now plays for the Dallas Mavericks. He's the first Asian-born player in the NBA.
The regular season is over and now the battle begins for the three feet of metal known as the Stanley Cup. It means sudden death overtime and the best end to end hockey action of the year.
Once again, the Masters Tournament was the Tiger Wood's show. No matter how well any other golfer plays, the Tiger's always there to track 'em down, rip 'em up and spit 'em out.
Make sure you've got the right gear when you step on the soccer field. Check out these tips for buying new soccer gear.
What's wrong with the NFL these days? First the league told the players they weren't allowed to do touchdown dances any more. Now, the NFL plans to ban players from wearing bandanas.