Boston's Paul Silas joins Bill Russell and Bill Bridges as the third player in NBA history to collect 10,000 rebounds before scoring 10,000 points.
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San Antonio's George Gervin becomes the fifth player to win at least three consecutive scoring titles, joining George Mikan, Neil Johnston, Wilt Chamberlain and Bob McAdoo. Michael Jordan would later join that select circle.
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Northern Michigan wins its first and only men's hockey title with an 8-7 victory over Boston University. Unlikely hero Darryl Plandowski scores in the third overtime and fifth hour of play to give the Wildcats the title.
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Golfer John Daly checks into the Betty Ford Clinic after a drinking binge a few days earlier.
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At the 16th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship, Tennessee beats Old Dominion 68-59 to claim its fifth national championship.
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The Philadelphia 76ers retired the uniform number 34 in honor of Charles Barkley, who played eight seasons for the Sixers, from 1984 to 1992. Barkley became the seventh player in 76ers' history to have his number retired.
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Born on this Day
Jerry Lucas (1940) <br>Lomas Brown (1963) <br>Corey Millen (1964)<br>Dave Ellett (1964)<br>Secreteriat (1970, pictured)<br>Ty Conklin (1976
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