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    Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    If you had to pick ONE forever lasting memory in pro-sports, what would it be? Myself personally will never forgot the 1988 World Series as a kid and seeing Kirk Gibson on one leg, come off the bench to pinch hit and slam a walkoff homer to propel the Dodgers to a win. Be nice to hear everyone else's favorite moment.



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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    MJ's "final" shot in Utah. Or MJ's shot against the Cavs.



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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    John Elway "Helicopter" in Super Bowl 32



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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    As a Twins fan, the '91 World Series - particularly games 6 and 7 - were awesome. Puckett robs an extra base hit then smacks an extra innings homer ("we'll see you tomorrow night!") to send it to game 7. Game 7 Jack Morris picthes 10 innings of shutout ball to win it.

    As for something I saw in person, I went to game 5 of the NBA Eastern Conference finals, Sixers vs. Bucks. Sixers win, crowd is chanting "Beat LA" the whole 4th quarter, I'm getting goose bumps as I type this. (helps they finished the job with a sweep in the finals).



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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    not pro, but seneca's run. amazing


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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    Tiger Woods, winning his 19th major.



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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    Cal Ripken's game where he broke the Iron Horse's record.


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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    When Fonzie was water skiing and jumped over that shark....


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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    Kirby Puckett Game 6 HR in the 1991 WS. Twins are down in the Series 3-2 and Kirby gets us to Game 7 and the Greatest WS game of all time.



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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    Quote Originally Posted by dosry5 View Post
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    Because that was a pro sport?



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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    Quote Originally Posted by mplscyclone View Post
    Kirby Puckett Game 6 HR in the 1991 WS. Twins are down in the Series 3-2 and Kirby gets us to Game 7 and the Greatest WS game of all time.
    I'm a Twins fan but I don't know about that.


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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    1. 1986 World Series - the Mookie Wilson grounder that went between Buckner's legs (when the Sox were about ready to pop the champagne bottles) followed by the next evening the Mets closer (I think it was Jesse Orosco) getting the K and whipping his glove 3 miles into the air before getting gang-tackled by his teammates.

    2. The field goal the Falcons kicked to swipe the game (and the NFC title) at the Metrodome back in 1999.

    3. Randy Johnson's perfect game against the Braves.


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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

    The '01 world series was by far the greatest WS of all time. D-backs over Yankees, every game was a classic.



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    Re: Favorite Pro Sport Memory?

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    Tommy Kramer to Ahmad Rashad in the heavy snow.



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