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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
SAY GOODBYE TO FALLBALL
Andy Higgs could have been bronzed, put in a museum and titled the Sulker. Elbow on knee, chin on wrist, Higgs, a Louisville defensive tackle, ...
Wild Cards Spurred by the frenzied play of guard Reece Gaines and the coaching of Rick Pitino, the Louisville Cardinals are the nation's hottest team
Louisville's senior point guard is an advertisement for manic exertion. There is no gliding to the basket or waltzing through the lane. Instead, the ...
Ready for the Big Time
Already a polished star, Brooklyn hoops phenom Sebastian Telfair is set to become the first point guard to jump from high school to the NBA
A Different Drummer
After years of moody introspection, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is coming out of his shell. But whether at home, as here, or on a basketball court or in a roller disco, he still steps to the music he hears
The Crums take the cake
Louisville upset Florida State to win the Metro 7 title for Coach Denny Crum
A Team That Was Blessed
That's what Wilt Chamberlain calls the unbeaten '56-57 North Carolina Tar Heels, who upset his Kansas Jayhawks in triple overtime in the most exciting NCAA final ever
Going out in Style
As Michael Jordan's 40th birthday approached, the NBA's finest turned out in Atlanta to celebrate his myriad achievements (and to squeeze in an All-Star Game)
A WIN OVER NORTHERN COOKIN'
A WIN OVER NORTHERN COOKIN'. Louisville Coach Peck Hickman blamed his team's early sluggishness on the Philadelphia food, but he found some beans ...
The Master List
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