1. gotemcoach:

    Isiah with the one hand, off-the-dribble, bounce pass alley-oop…during a game.

     
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  3. this-day-in-baseball:

    September 9, 1977

    Alan Trammel and Lou Whitaker – playing shortstop and second base respectively – both make their major league debut for Detroit in Boston. The Tigers’ new double-play combination will be teammates for the next 19 seasons, a major league record for middle-infielders.

     
  4. (Source: thefirstme, via vanillaspace)

     
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    vanillacts:

    Steve Smith tossing around Adam ‘PacMan’Jones

    (via rashad-is-on-a-rampage)

     
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  7. this-day-in-baseball:

    September 7, 1984
    On his way to pitching a one-hitter, Dwight Gooden fans Cub Ron Cey for his 228th strikeout, setting a National League rookie record. The Mets phenom passes Grover Cleveland Alexander, who established the mark in 1911 with 227.

     
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  9. upnorthtrips:

    #FootballBack

     
  10. boxingsgreatest:

    "Marvelous" Marvin Hagler of Brockton, Mass., right, gets in close with “Sugar” Ray Seales of Tacoma, Wash., during a match in Boston, Aug. 31, 1974. Hagler, the unbeaten 1973 National AAU Champion, won an easy decision in the 10-round bout against Seales, the 1973 Olympic Gold Medal winner.

    (via bestofboxing)