Saturday, March 23, 2013

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TODAY IN SPORTS HISTORY MARCH 24

2001  Karl Malone makes his 8,532nd free throw – passes Moses Malone to become #1 all time
1979  Larry Bird scores 35 points, 16 rebounds, and 9 assists as Indiana State advances to the NCAA finals
1979  Magic Johnson of Michigan State gets a triple double 29 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists as they advance to NCAA finals
1976  Peyton Manning is born
1974  North Carolina State beats Marquette 76-74 to win NCAA title
1973  Nate Archibald becomes the only NBA player in history to lead the league in scoring (34.0) and assists (11.4)
1969  Wes Unseld wins the NBA MVP – only player other than Wilt Chamberlain to win it as a rookie
1933  Babe Ruth signs for $52,000 – a $23,000 decrease due to the Depression

TODAY IN SPORTS HISTORY MARCH 23

2009  Curt Schilling announces his retirement – 3 time World Series champion, 216 wins, 3.46 ERA, 3,116 strikeouts
2001  Toronto Raptors set NBA record with 23 blocked shots vs. Atlanta
1994  Isiah Thomas gets his 9,000th assist – 4th in NBA to do so
1992  6,000,000th NBA point is scored
1974  North Carolina State beats UCLA 80-77 in 2 OTs of NCAA semi-finals to end UCLA’s streak of 7 championships
1957  North Carolina beats Kansas 54-53 in 3 OTs to win NCAA title – Carolina finished the season 32-0, Wilt Chamberlain played for Kansas
1956  San Francisco beat Iowa 83-71, their 2nd consecutive NCAA title – Bill Russell had 26 points and 27 rebounds
1955  Moses Malone born – ABA/NBA combines 29,580 points, 17,834 rebounds, 1,889 blocked shots

TODAY IN SPORTS HISTORY MARCH 22

2010  Minnesota Twins sign Joe Mauer to 8 year $184 million deal
1992  Oklahoma State shoots 80% (28 for 35) – NCAA tournament record
1989  Pete Rozelle says he will retire as NFL Commissioner after 29 years   
1984  Indiana holds North Carolina star Michael Jordan to 13 points, 1 rebound, and 1 assist in a 72-68 win
1972  Cleveland Indians sold for $9 million
1969  UCLA beats Purdue 92-72 to win 3rd consecutive NCAA title and 5th in last 6 years – Lew Alcindor scored 37 and had 20 rebounds – ends his 3 year career at 88-2 record
1960  Philadelphia beats Boston 128-107 – NBA playoff record 169 rebounds combined
1934  1st Masters Golf Championship at Augusta – Horton Smith won with 4 under par 284 – went home with $1,500

Thursday, March 21, 2013

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TODAY IN SPORTS HISTORY MARCH 21

1994  Wayne Gretzky ties Gordie Howe with his 801st goal
1978  San Diego Padres fire manager Alvin Dark during spring training
1964  UCLA gets its first of 10 NCAA championships coached by John Wooden – end season 30-0
1961  Art Model buys the Cleveland Browns for $3,925,000
1959  Oscar Robertson gets a triple double in NCAA tournament – 39 points, 17 rebounds, and 10 assists
1953  Bob Cousy made NBA playoff record 30 free throws – NBA record 106 fouls with 12 players fouling out as Boston beat Syracuse 111-195 in 4 OTs
1945  DePaul beat Rhode Island 97-53 – George Mikan of DePaul scored 53 by himself
1941  North Carolina beat Pittsburgh 26-21 – NCAA record fewest points
1908  Ty Cobb  signs for $4,000 – will bat .324, 108 RBI,188 hits including  20 triples in 1908