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Kiwi Gardner Gets A Break, Told To 'Go At The Rim'

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NBA Trailblazers Continue Their Surprising Season

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A low, wet fog swirled across the field at Candlestick Park in San Francisco as the Giants opened a three-game series against the Cincinnati Reds on Aug. 31, 1962. AP hide caption

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So Long, Candlestick Park, And Thanks For All The Fog

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Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston faced an accusation of rape, but the state of Florida decided not to press charges following an investigation. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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FSU Quarterback Jameis Winston Won't Be Charged With Rape

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Fla. Prosecutor: No Sexual Assault Charges For FSU Football Star

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College Football Winds Down Ahead Of Final BCS Championship

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Bulls' Derrick Rose Will Lose A Second Season To Bad Knee

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Kansas City Chiefs Are NFL's Only Undefeated Team

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NBA Preview: On Valuable Knees And Building Legacies

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World Series Heads Back To Boston With Red Sox Ahead

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Hear Tom Goldman's Report On 'Weekend Edition'

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Fans cheer wildly with a Kansas City Chiefs player at an NFL game against the Oakland Raiders. For many fans, the risky side of football doesn't quell their love of the sport. Ed Zurga/AP hide caption

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NFL Fans Weigh Impact Of Players' Head Injuries

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Doping Scandals Cast Pall Over Cycling Group's Election

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