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  • [Sports fact 1] When Brendan Shanahan was 14 years old, he asked star hockey player Rick Vaive for an autograph, but was rudely brushed away. 4 years later, Shanahan was in the NHL, and fought and beat up Vaive the first time they played against each other.

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  • [Sports fact 2] In the 1920s, Edd Roush, a Cincinnati Reds outfielder was ejected from a major league baseball game for sleeping in the outfield.

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  • [Sports fact 3] Eric Money was the only person to ever score for both teams in an NBA game. Due to an officiating error by a referee, an NBA game between the Sixers and Nets in 1978 had to be replayed beginning in the middle of the game. Money was traded from the Nets to the Sixers during the span between games.

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  • [Sports fact 4] Ray Lewis grew up using a deck of cards. If he drew a 7 he would do 7 pushups and sit ups, an ace was 25 and a joker 30. He would go through the whole deck. In the NFL, he would do it 3 times for each exercise. This is also the reason why he wore 52, which is the number of cards in a deck.

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  • [Sports fact 5] Joe Montana helped cement his nickname "Joe Cool" after calming his team down in Super Bowl XXIII by pointing out John Candy sitting in the stands.

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  • [Sports fact 6] When introducing Golf to India, the British were angered by monkeys running onto the course and playing with their golf balls. When all attempts to stop the monkeys failed, they decided the game needed to adapt. To do so they introduced a new rule: "Play the ball where the monkey drops it."

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  • [Sports fact 7] The 1992 Olympics US basketball team (the "Dream Team") won all of their games by an average of 44 points. They have been called "the most dominant squad ever assembled in any sport."

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  • [Sports fact 8] Soviet gymnast Elena Mukhina was widely touted as the next great gymnastics star until 1979. Her coach rushed her recovery from an injury and pressured her to perform a dangerous move (the Thomas salto), which caused her to break her neck, leaving her a lifelong quadriplegic. She died at the age of 46 in 2006.

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  • [Sports fact 9] Popular athlete and 7-time Olympic medalist Eero Mäntyranta had a gene mutation that allowed him to carry 50% more oxygen in his body than a normal human being.

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  • [Sports fact 10] In 1917, the Seattle Metropolitans hockey team became the first American team to win the Stanley Cup.

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