2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

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2016 was a roller-coaster year of loss and political craziness! Thanks to the games we love to watch (and play?) there was a place to escape to. 2017 has its work cut out for it! So, join us as we run down some of 2016’s biggest sports stories.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Peyton Manning wins Super Bowl 50, his last game.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Kevin Durant chooses the Warriors.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Leicester City pulls off the most amazing upset championship ever.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Villanova wins the best title game ever.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Muhammad Ali dies.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

The Rio Olympic heroes.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Colin Kaepernick starts a conversation.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

LeBron brings a title to Cleveland.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Tom Coughlin steps down as Giants coach.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Mike Piazza enters the baseball Hall of Fame.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Alabama wins National Championship.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

The Rams return to Los Angeles.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

John Scott hijacks the NHL All-Star Game.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Closest finish in Daytona 500 history.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Adam LaRoche (and his son) decide to quit baseball.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

42 year-old Bartolo Colon hits his first-ever home run.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

Jose Fernandez is killed in a boat crash.
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2016’s Biggest Sports Stories

The Chicago Cubs win the World Series.
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