With his team trailing by a point in the deciding game of the Eastern Conference first round playoff series, Chicago's Michael Jordan drives just inside the top of the key and nails an 18-footer over the outstretched fingertips of leaping Cavaliers' defender Craig Ehlo for a 101-100 victory.
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In one of the biggest upsets in NBA Playoff history, the eighth-seeded Denver Nuggets eliminate the top-seeded Seattle SuperSonics, 98-94, in overtime in Game 5 of their Western Conference First Round series in Seattle. The Nuggets become the first No. 8 seed to upset a No. 1 seed since the first round of the NBA Playoffs went to a best-of-5 format in 1984.
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Go For Gin
At the 120th Kentucky Derby, Chris McCarron rides Go For Gin to victory in 2:03.6.
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Indiana's Reggie Miller scores eight points (two three-pointers, two game-winning free throws) over the final 16.4 seconds of the game to lead the Pacers to a shocking 107-105 come-from-behind win over host New York in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series. The Pacers went on to win the series in seven games.
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In a 7-1 victory over the A's, Carlos Lee becomes the first White Sox to homer in his first major league at bat.
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With an 8-5 victory over the Rangers, Joe Torre joins Joe McCarthy (1,460), Casey Stengel (1,149) and Miller Huggins (1,067) as the only Yankee managers to win 1,000 games.
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Born on this Day
Dick Williams (1929) Johnny Unitas (1933, pictured) Tex Cobb (1950) Ronnie Harmon (1964) Nicholas Butcher (1976) Shawn Marion (1978) James Loney (1984) Drew Stanton (1984) Alex Smith (1984) Drew Neitzel (1985)
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