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Two fiercely competitive small men in a big man's game, two sons of hardworking single moms--Allen Iverson and Larry Brown are so much alike that only their mothers could tell them apart...and bring them together.
A Big Hand for the Cards
Capping a whacky NCAA tournament, the Cardinals of Louisville came from behind to defeat UCLA and win their first national championship
Larry Brown's Rèsumè
Last week, for the seventh time in 19 years, basketball coach Larry Brown quit in a snit
Back Home Again in Indiana
Larry Bird, bored by retirement and all but ignored in Boston, has returned to impart his expertise and homey Hoosier virtues as coach of the Pacers
Words With ... Larry Brown
The septuagenarian SMU coach breaks down the controversies and accomplishments that have colored his storied career
The Everywhere Man Alone on The Mountaintop
Michael Jordan, a singular sportsman and athlete, stands at the pinnacle of his game
Dean Smith: 1997 Sportsman of the Year
Fanfare For An Uncommon Man: He became the winningest college basketball coach of all time and capped an exemplary career with a graceful retirement. For all that we honor North Carolina's Dean Smith
High And Mighty Under Larry Brown, the U.S. reasserted its dominance of hoops in the hemisphere, qualifying for the Olympics and erasing humiliations past
Coaching the U.S. at the Olympic qualifying basketball tournament was a tough gig for that tortured perfectionist, Larry Brown. He talks ...
Don't Call It The Dream Team Times Change Larry Brown has an inexperienced squad bereft of outside shooters. His first job: persuading his players that winning won't be easy
Sometimes he's in the middle of his backswing, sometimes he's in the swimming pool playing with his grandchildren, and on rare occasions ...