Sports reporter John Feinstein chronicles his experiences talking with athletes and coaches, including Bobby Knight, in One on One. David Zalubowski/AP Photo hide caption

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Going 'One On One' With Sports' Greatest Stars

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Need For Speed: Native American Joins NASCAR

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Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim (above), two days after sexual abuse allegations against a former assistant were made public, and Detroit Mayor Dave Bing (below), during a youth leadership event last year, played alongside each other in the 1960s. Nate Shron/Getty Images hide caption

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For Two Old Teammates, Risks Of Loyalty Are Real

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Former Canadian Football Stars Fight Caught On Tape

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NFL Tries To Coax Chinese Into Liking Football

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NBA Season Could Get Underway On Christmas

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After NBA And Jazz, Wayman Tisdale's Story Cut Short

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Deal Reached; NBA Season Mostly Saved

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NBA Commissioner David Stern (right) and union executive director Billy Hunter speak to the media Saturday in New York City to announce a tentative labor agreement that would end the 149-day lockout. Patrick McDermott/Getty Images hide caption

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World's Worst Soccer Team Finally Wins A Game

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