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A Steffi Graf fan robbed Monica Seles of her safety and her place in tennis history and didn't serve a day in prison.
Thirty-five players made a Pro Bowl from the 1998 draft class. The best Chargers pick was a backup tight end who the team traded a first-round pick for.
On April 15, 2000, the New York Jets selected an NFL-record four players in the first round of the draft in a pivotal moment of their franchise.
April 13 is one of the most remarkable days in sports history thanks to the Masters wins of Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.
Five years ago today, Jordan Spieth claimed a dominant victory at The Masters — his first major championship win in what was a historic season for the then-21-year-old.
Sometimes there comes a competition that just leaves you wondering, “How the hell did he actually win that thing?” Sergio Garcia’s win at the 2017 Masters is one of those.
On April 8, 1974, Hank Aaron homered for the 715th time in the majors, breaking Babe Ruth's all-time record as America reckoned with his astounding achievements as a player and a man.
The outcome remains as controversial today during a global pandemic as it was 33 years ago on that nice spring night in the parking lot at Caesars Palace.
On this day in sports history, Chris Webber made one of the biggest sports blunders of all time.
The national championship game had never seen something quite like Kris Jenkins' buzzer-beater.
Norton’s style was the most difficult that Ali ever faced, and despite the fact that they’d fight two more times, Ali never really figured it out.
Keith Smart hits iconic shot to give Indiana the 1987 NCAA men's national championship over Syracuse and 'One Shining Moment' debuts.
Michael Jordan launched his own legacy and secured that of coaching icon Dean Smith with a single shot in the Superdome.
Other shots have arrived amid higher stakes. But none had a bigger impact on college basketball that Christian Laettner's miracle against Kentucky.