In Cincinnati's 116-54 victory over Seton Hall, Oscar Robertson scores 56 points, more than the entire Pirates team.
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The Oakland Raiders defeat the Minnesota Vikings, 32-14, for their first NFL championship. The game is played before a record Super Bowl crowd and seen by 81 million television viewers, the largest audience ever to watch a sporting event.
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Jim Palmer and Joe Morgan (pictured) are elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame.
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North Carolina's Dean Smith becomes the sixth coach to capture 700 career victories.
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Detroit retires Bob Lanier's No. 16 jersey at halftime of the Pistons-Warriors game.
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Seattle's Patrick Ewing scores his 24,000th career point, becoming the 13th player in NBA history to reach that total.
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Born on this Day
Bart Starr (1934) Dick Enberg (1935) Otis Nixon (1959) Muggsy Bogues (1965, pictured with Michael Jordan) Scott Thornton (1971) Bill Schroeder (1971) Radek Bonk (1976) Sergio Garcia (1980) Michael Beasley (1989)
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