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Tue May 31 10:00pm
Believeland(Season 5, Episode 9) ESPN2

Chronicling Cleveland's championship-starved pro sports teams, whose title drought dates to the Browns' 1964 NFL Championship. Cavaliers, Indians and Browns personnel are featured along with media members and celebrities. Directed by Andy Billman.

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Wed Jun 1 2:30am
First Pitch ESPN2

A look at President George W. Bush's memorable first pitch before Game 3 of the 2001 World Series at Yankee Stadium, as well as baseball's healing role in the aftermath of September 11. Directed by Angus Wall.

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Wed Jun 1 8:00pm
Believeland(Season 5, Episode 9) ESPN2

Chronicling Cleveland's championship-starved pro sports teams, whose title drought dates to the Browns' 1964 NFL Championship. Cavaliers, Indians and Browns personnel are featured along with media members and celebrities. Directed by Andy Billman.

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Fri Jun 3 9:00pm
Muhammad and Larry(Season 1, Episode 4) ESPNCLS

"Muhammad and Larry" chronicles the 1980 Muhammad Ali-Larry Holmes bout. Director Albert Maysles unearths extensive footage from each boxer's training headquarters. In fresh interviews, both camps reflect on Ali's controversial decision to fight.

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Sat Jun 4 12:00am
The Best That Never Was(Season 1, Episode 29) ESPNCLS

"The Best That Never Was" chronicles the career of running back Marcus Dupree, a highly-recruited high-school star in 1981 whose college and pro careers fell short of expectations. Directed by Jonathan Hock.

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Sat Jun 4 2:00am
Requiem for the Big East(Season 3, Episode 15) ESPNCLS

Chronicling the origin of the Big East Conference and its rapid 1980s rise under commissioner Dave Gavitt and iconic basketball coaches including John Thompson, Lou Carnesecca and Jim Boeheim. Director Ezra Edelman also examines the conference's new era as (more…)

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Sat Jun 4 4:00am
Youngstown Boys(Season 3, Episode 7) ESPNCLS

Chronicling Youngstown (Pa.) natives Jim Tressel and Maurice Clarett, who both made inglorious exits from Ohio State football following on-field success. Jim Brown and ex-Buckeyes QB Craig Krenzel are featured. Directed by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist.

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Sat Jun 4 4:30am
Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. the New York Knicks(Season 1, Episode 8) ESPN2

Director Dan Klores recalls Reggie Miller's 1990s exploits against the New York Knicks and his give-and-take with courtside fan Spike Lee in "Winning Time." Included: Miller scoring eight points in 8.9 seconds to win a 1995 playoff game and become "The Gar (more…)

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Sat Jun 4 6:00am
Trojan War(Season 5, Episode 1) ESPNCLS

Chronicling the rise and fall of Pete Carroll's reign as USC Trojans football coach, featuring three Heisman winners (later cut to two), a 34-game win streak and the pivotal 2006 Rose Bowl against Texas. Directed by Aaron Rahsaan Thomas.

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Sat Jun 4 6:30am
Believeland(Season 5, Episode 9) ESPN2

Chronicling Cleveland's championship-starved pro sports teams, whose title drought dates to the Browns' 1964 NFL Championship. Cavaliers, Indians and Browns personnel are featured along with media members and celebrities. Directed by Andy Billman.

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Sat Jun 4 8:00am
This Magic Moment(Season 5, Episode 8) ESPN2

A look at the Shaquille O'Neal-led Orlando Magic teams of the 1990s and how they fell short of an NBA title.

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Sat Jun 4 9:00am
Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?(Season 1, Episode 3) ESPNCLS

"Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?" chronicles the rise and fall of the United States Football League, the mid-1980s spring-time rival to the NFL that lasted only three seasons. Former New Jersey Generals owner Donald Trump is among those interviewed by (more…)

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Sat Jun 4 11:00am
The House of Steinbrenner(Season 1, Episode 22) ESPNCLS

"The House of Steinbrenner" chronicles George Steinbrenner's impactful 37-year reign as New York Yankees owner, the franchise's transition into a new stadium and new era of ownership. Directed by two-time Oscar-winner Barbara Kopple.

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Sat Jun 4 12:00pm
Marion Jones: Press Pause(Season 1, Episode 28) ESPNCLS

"Marion Jones: Press Pause" examines the rise to Olympic stardom and subsequent fall of one of track's top sprinters, who served six months in prison for lying to federal investigators about performance-enhancing drug use. Directed by John Singleton.

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Sat Jun 4 3:00pm
Bernie and Ernie(Season 3, Episode 6) ESPNCLS

Chronicling the basketball lives of Bernard King and Ernie Grunfeld, who established themselves as a high-scoring tandem at the University of Tennessee, where they were dubbed the "Bernie and Ernie Show." Directed by Jason Hehir.

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Sat Jun 4 4:00pm
There's No Place Like Home(Season 2, Episode 3) ESPNCLS

James Naismith's original rules of basketball are featured in the story of one fan's quest to win the document at auction and bring the rules "home" to Kansas, where Naismith coached and taught for over 40 years. Directed by Maura Mandt and Josh Swade.

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Sat Jun 4 5:00pm
Rand University(Season 4, Episode 7) ESPNCLS

Wide receiver Randy Moss is profiled by filmmaker Marquis Daisy in a journey back to the small town of Rand, W.Va., where troubles with the law nealry derailed Moss's career before he landed at Marshall and began making national headlines on the field.

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Sat Jun 4 6:00pm
Survive and Advance(Season 2, Episode 7) ESPNCLS

North Carolina State's improbable run to the 1983 NCAA basketball title is chronicled. Wolfpack guard Dereck Whittenburg helps tell the story of nine postseason wins under coach Jim Valvano, whose 1993 death capped a heartbreaking aftermath for the team. D (more…)

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Sat Jun 4 10:00pm
Into the Wind(Season 1, Episode 23) ESPNCLS

"Into the Wind" documents amputee Terry Fox's Marathon of Hope, a 1980 quest to run across Canada to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. NBA star and first-time filmmaker Steve Nash tells the story of Fox, a fellow British Columbia native.

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Sat Jun 4 11:00pm
Muhammad and Larry(Season 1, Episode 4) ESPNCLS

"Muhammad and Larry" chronicles the 1980 Muhammad Ali-Larry Holmes bout. Director Albert Maysles unearths extensive footage from each boxer's training headquarters. In fresh interviews, both camps reflect on Ali's controversial decision to fight.

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Sun Jun 5 12:00am
The Best That Never Was(Season 1, Episode 29) ESPNCLS

"The Best That Never Was" chronicles the career of running back Marcus Dupree, a highly-recruited high-school star in 1981 whose college and pro careers fell short of expectations. Directed by Jonathan Hock.

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Sun Jun 5 2:00am
Requiem for the Big East(Season 3, Episode 15) ESPNCLS

Chronicling the origin of the Big East Conference and its rapid 1980s rise under commissioner Dave Gavitt and iconic basketball coaches including John Thompson, Lou Carnesecca and Jim Boeheim. Director Ezra Edelman also examines the conference's new era as (more…)

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Sun Jun 5 2:00am
Bad Boys(Season 3, Episode 18) ESPN2

The distinctive late-'80s Detroit Pistons squad under Chuck Daly is chronicled, featuring core players Isiah Thomas, Bill Laimbeer, Dennis Rodman, Rick Mahorn, Joe Dumars and John Salley, as well as top rivals of the era. Directed by Zak Levitt.

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Sun Jun 5 4:00am
Youngstown Boys(Season 3, Episode 7) ESPNCLS

Chronicling Youngstown (Pa.) natives Jim Tressel and Maurice Clarett, who both made inglorious exits from Ohio State football following on-field success. Jim Brown and ex-Buckeyes QB Craig Krenzel are featured. Directed by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist.

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