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Champion

nbafanatic:

Champion

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ha!!

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"This password is weak." I DON'T CARE! I WANT THIS PASSWORD!

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My reaction when someone takes food off of my plate:

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Heat forward LeBron James hurdles and dunks over Bulls guard John Lucas during Sunday’s Miami-Chicago game. The Bulls made it a close game at the end, but Derrick Rose missed two late fourth quarter free throws and the Heat held on for a 97-93 victory. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

LOWE: Eight things I like, dislike about the NBA

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Seattle forward Shawn Kemp attempts a dunk during the 1991 Slam Dunk Contest in Charlotte, NC. Kemp would finish second to Celtics guard Dee Brown. (Nathaniel S. Butler/Getty Images)

SI VAULT: Just an NBA babe, Shawn Kemp is a potential marquee man (11.27.89)

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Ten years ago today, the word’s “Tuck Rule” became a part of every NFL fan’s vocabulary as the Patriots beat the Raiders in one of the most memorable playoff games in football history. The famous play took place during the AFC Divisional Playoff game at a snowy Foxboro Stadium. Oakland cornerback Charles Woodson sacked New England quarterback Tom Brady and caused a fumble that was recovered by Oakland. Officials reviewing the fourth quarter play ruled that Brady’s arm was moving forward, making it an incomplete pass instead of an interception. The Patriots then moved the ball into field goal range to tie the game and won in overtime. Three weeks later, they won their first of three Super Bowls in four years. (Matt Campbell/AFP/Getty Images)

SI VAULT: Brady is a cool customer as Pats beat Raiders (1.28.02)
GALLERY: Revolutionary Moments In Sports

Incomplete!! :)

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LeBron James is guarded closely by Kobe Bryant during last night’s Heat-Lakers game. Despite the tight defense, James finished with 31 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists as Miami prevailed 98-87. (Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

VIDEO: Watch highlights of the Heat-Magic game | Box Score
AMICK: Lakers assistant Person takes Kobe vs. Jordan
ROBSON: Bad road trip costs Heat in Power Rankings

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Today is the 50th birthday of Jeff Van Gundy. The former Knicks and Rockets coach may be best remembered for his role in the famous Knicks-Heat brawl of May 1998. As Charles Oakley and Alonzo Mourning squared off, Van Gundy famously grabbed onto Mourning’s leg to prevent the fight. Van Gundy is now an analyst for ESPN’s coverage of the NBA. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)

SI VAULT: Van Gundy is easy to mock, but he’s shrewd and fearless (10.30.00)

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Muhammad Ali stands over Sonny Liston after knocking him out in the first round of their 1965 fight. Ali turns 70 today. (Neil Leifer/SI)

GALLERY: Classic Photos of Muhammad Ali | Ali at 70
VIDEO: Boxing historian Bert Sugar on greatness of Ali
SI VAULT: Ali beats Frazier in Manilla (10.13.75)

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