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Atlanta Thrashers Sold To Manitoba Company

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Corruption Accusations Swirl Around Soccer's FIFA

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5 Years On: Heat, Mavericks Meet Again In NBA Finals

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Ohio State head coach Jim Tressel said in a statement: "After meeting with university officials, we agreed that it is in the best interest of Ohio State that I resign as head football coach." Terry Gilliam/AP hide caption

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Ohio State Football Coach Quits Amid NCAA Scandal

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Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant (above) was recently fined $100,000 by the NBA for calling a referee the Fa-word. Joakim Noah of the Chicago Bulls was fined $50,000 by the league for saying it to a fan. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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Robert Joss has his tickets ready for this year's Indy 500 — as he has every year since Harry Truman was president. Alan Petersime/The Indianapolis Star hide caption

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Revved Up For The Indy 500 Every Year Since 1947

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Two former teammates have accused cycling superstar Lance Armstrong of using illegal performance-enhancing drugs. Thao Nguyen/AP hide caption

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Et Tu, Austin? Locals Start To Doubt Lance Armstrong

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A Look At The NBA Finals

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It's A Big Weekend For Storied Motor Sports

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