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Steph Curry's Off-The-Charts Shooting Game Breaks 'NBA 2K'

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FIFA Elects New Leader To Replace Blatter

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John Castello decided to stop playing football when he learned about the risks of brain injury. Dave Marmarelli/DGM Photography hide caption

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The Impact Of 'Concussion': High School Football Player Changes Course

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Ex-NFL Player Reveals Strange Pre-Draft Questions

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Soccer Fans Skeptical New FIFA President Will Bring Needed Reform

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Murtaza Ahmadi, 5, is the proud new owner of a genuine Lionel Messi jersey. Earlier this year, a photo of the boy wearing a "Messi" jersey made from a plastic bag went viral. Mahdy Mehraeen/UNICEF Afghanistan hide caption

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Muhammad Ali, world heavyweight boxing champion, stands with Malcolm X (left) outside the Trans-Lux Newsreel Theater in New York in 1964. AP hide caption

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Muhammad Ali And Malcolm X: A Broken Friendship, An Enduring Legacy

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On Day Of NBA All-Star Game, A Midseason Reflection

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Jose Altuve, an All-Star second baseman with the Houston Astros, is one of many prominent major league players from Venezuela. Stephen Brashear/AP hide caption

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As Venezuelan Crisis Deepens, U.S. Baseball Teams Close Academies

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FIFA To Meet To Replace Disgraced President Sepp Blatter

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Coaches Defend University Of Tennessee Amid Sexual Assault Lawsuit

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Alex Fuller (left) and Candace Parker of the Tennessee Lady Volunteers celebrate their 64-48 win against Stanford in the 2008 National Championship Game. Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images hide caption

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