The Marcus Dupree story.
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The Marcus Dupree story.
In 1977, one legendary coach let his star player design the team's uniform. The result? A championship.
Quite possibly the best 30 For 30 in hoops history airs tonight on ESPN at 9:00 p.m. EST
Mark those calendars for March 16.
1989 Hillborough Disaster set to kick things off in April.
The final score is always indicative of who wins and loses, but sports and the events that happen in them become immortalized in moments.
Bill Parcells and I have something in common.
Sports documentary nerds, fear not, 30 For 30 returns this fall with a slate of six new installments.
Utter the name "Dražen Petrovic" around me and I'll shake my head at what could've been.
Bo still knows and the public still knows Bo.
The team who once had Michael Jordan contemplating ending his career without a ring will soon be receiving the 30 For 30 treatment.
ESPN's incredible 30 For 30 series continues (albeit in a stripped-back mode), this time with Muhammad Ali grabbing the spotlight.
Happy 50th birthday to one of the most dominate athletes of all-time, Bo Jackson.
By now, the entire world recognizes the importance and all-around sheer awesomeness that is ESPN's critically acclaimed 30 For 30 series.
If you're wondering what it's like to see a $XX,000,000 check and then subsequently find ways to spend it all, ESPN's latest 30 for 30 installment, "Broke" dives into the topic.
ESPN's sophomore season of their critically acclaimed 30 For 30 series cannot get here quick enough.
In less than 140 characters, ESPN Films made everyone's weekend by announcing their critically acclaimed 30 For 30 sports documentary series would now be available on Netflix.
For all the flack the "worldwide leader in sports" catches for a variety of reasons, by far one of the best initiatives ESPN has ever taken on has been their award winning, magnificently produced 30 For 30 documentary series.
No, this isn't ESPN attempting to re-create the mystique that was "The Decision.
The problem with myself and the game of basketball is that I peaked too early. During the little league days, my career averages centered around nine points, three rebounds and two assists a game. I was doing things an eight or nine year old just wasn't supposed to do on a basketball court. ESPN even projected me going #1 in the 2004 draft - in 1994. Some referred to Young Tins (yep, I just went third person) as a one man version of the "Fab 5" because of the cultural ramifications his game (and again) brought the landscape of basketball in Virginia. This is the exact reason the critically acclaimed 30 For 30 series took the lead to depict the entire story; how it came to be and why the reign of terror ended so abruptly.