(via oxygen-destroyer)Source: kim-jong-chill
Hakeem Olajuwon and Patrick Ewing toiled in the NBA for 19 combined seasons before reaching the Finals in 1994. They were upstaged on June 17 during Game 3, however, when NBC preempted Rockets-Knicks coverage to air police chasing O.J. Simpson down a Southern California freeway. (AP; John Biever/SI)
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If you’ve never seen the documentary “June 17th, 1994” please go on Netflix right now and watch itSource: siphotos
Arguably the single most recognizable mask of all time, the story goes Bruins trainer John “Frosty” Forristall drew a huge black stitch mark, at Gerry Cheevers’ request, where the puck had struck his mask during a practice, leaving his teammates in stitches. However, Cheevers had tried the stitches gag at least once before in the late ’60s. Regardless, it was a hit with his teammates, fans and the media, and Cheevers continued to add stitches to his mask every time a puck struck it. (Tony Triolo/SI)
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Victor Cruz dances in end zone after scoring a touchdown against Green Bay at MetLife Stadium on Nov. 22, 2012. (Heinz Kluetmeier/SI)
The restricted free agent intends to sign the Giants tender offer of $2.879 million, according to Josina Anderson of ESPN. Reports had Cruz sitting out the Giants’ mandatory minicamp unless he was signed. He reportedly passed on a more lucrative, longer-term offer of $8 million per year with at least $15 million guaranteed from the Giants.