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Rick Barry scores 38 points in Game 3 of the 1975 NBA Finals against the Baltimore Bullets

Sports

UCLA 1964 Championship Basketball Team Honored at Pauley Pavilion
NBA's Greatest Rivalries
CALVIN MURPHY | the shortest player ever to be elected to the NBA Hall of Fame
At only 5’9”, Calvin Murphy is the shortest player ever to be elected to the NBA Hall of Fame. After a stellar collegiate career at Niagara University where he averaged 33.1 points per game and was a 3-time All-American, Murphy was selected in the 2nd round of the NBA draft by the San Diego Rockets. Murphy played 13 seasons in the NBA, all with the San Diego/Houston Rockets and averaged 17.9 points per game for his career. However, Calvin Murphy is best known for being one of the league’s best ever free throw shooters. A career 89% free throw shooter, Murphy set league records for most consecutive free throws made (78), and highest free throw percentage for a full season (95.8%). Though both of these records have since been broken, Murphy’s legacy as one of the all-time great free throw shooters lives on today. Murphy was elected to the NBA Hall of Fame in 1993 and his uniform # 23 is retired by the Rockets.
Rare game footage of the 1919 World Series between the Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds
Vintage Hockey Fights Compilation from the NHL
Vintage NBA - Wes Unseld

College Basketball Stars

Lew Alcindor - UCLA

Bad News Marvin Barnes - Providence

Bernard King - Tennessee

Ralph Sampson - Virginia

Oscar Robertson - Cincinnati

Lew Alcindor - UCLA

Bad News Marvin Barnes - Providence

Bernard King - Tennessee

Ralph Sampson - Virginia

Oscar Robertson - Cincinnati

Game of the Day
1992 DreamTeam in Game 2: USA vs CROTIA

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