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Thu Jun 30 8:00pm
Believeland(Season 5, Episode 9) ESPN

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 Jul 1 8:00am
Fantastic Lies(Season 5, Episode 7) ESPNU

A 10-year retrospective on the 2006 Duke lacrosse case in which three players were charged with rape, only to have all charges dropped a year later. Director Marina Zenovich explores the case's hot-button issues of sex, race, class and violence, and the tu (more…)

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Fri Jul 1 8:00pm
The Two Escobars(Season 1, Episode 16) ESPNCLS

The early-1990s deaths of Colombian soccer player Andres Escobar and drug baron Pablo Escobar are the focus of "The Two Escobars," a documentary look at the influence of drugs on soccer in the South American nation. Directed by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist.

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Sat Jul 2 12:00am
No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson(Season 1, Episode 10) ESPNCLS

"No Crossover" chronicles the 1993 bowling-alley incident in Hampton, Va., that landed local high-school basketball star Allen Iverson in jail and divided the community along racial lines. Directed by Steve James ("Hoop Dreams"), a Hampton native.

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Sat Jul 2 1:30am
Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. the New York Knicks(Season 1, Episode 8) ESPNCLS

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 Jul 2 2:00am
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 Jul 2 3:00am
Once Brothers(Season 1, Episode 25) ESPNCLS

The bond between countrymen and NBA pioneers Drazen Petrovic and Vlade Divac is chronicled in "Once Brothers." War in the former Yugoslavia tore apart their friendship before Petrovic's tragic death in a 1993 auto accident.

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Sat Jul 2 3:30am
Brian and The Boz(Season 4, Episode 4) ESPN2

Chronicling Oklahoma Sooners star Brian Bosworth's days as "The Boz" under football coach Barry Switzer. Both men reflect on their father-son relationship in three memorable seasons (1984-86) in Norman, while also discussing how their lives have changed. D (more…)

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Sat Jul 2 4:30am
The Price of Gold(Season 3, Episode 8) ESPNCLS

Chronicling the 1994 figure-skating scandal involving U.S. Olympic hopefuls Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding. Interviewees include Harding herself, plus Kerrigan's husband; the skaters' coaches; and various media members. Directed by Nanette Burstein.

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Sat Jul 2 6:00am
Little Big Men(Season 1, Episode 19) ESPNCLS

The 1982 Little League World Series champions from Kirkland, Wash., are profiled in "Little Big Men." Directors Al Szymanski and Peter Franchella catch up with Cody Webster and other team members who broke a lengthy U.S. drought in Williamsport, Pa.

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Sat Jul 2 7:00am
Without Bias(Season 1, Episode 5) ESPNCLS

"Without Bias." Director Kirk Fraser examines the life and sudden death of basketball star Len Bias more than two decades after his 1986 passing from a cocaine overdose. Included are interviews with teammates, friends and family members of the one-time Mar (more…)

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Sat Jul 2 8:00am
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 Jul 2 9:00am
Pony Exce$$(Season 1, Episode 30) ESPNCLS

The rise, fall and rebirth of SMU football is chronicled in "Pony Exce$$." Craig James and Eric Dickerson highlighted the Mustangs' heyday of the early '80s, but rules violations led to the program's demise in 1987. Directed by Thaddeus D. Matula, a gradua (more…)

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Sat Jul 2 11:00am
Straight Outta L.A.(Season 1, Episode 14) ESPNCLS

The Raiders' 1982 move to Los Angeles and the team's immediate cultural connection with the city are chronicled in "Straight Outta L.A.," directed by Ice Cube. The rap artist traces the origins of the hip-hop scene's affinity for the Silver & Black and the (more…)

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Sat Jul 2 2:00pm
The U(Season 1, Episode 7) ESPNCLS

"The U" chronicles the 1980s evolution of University of Miami football. Miami native and school alum Billy Corben examines how the team's success and swagger related to racial and cultural changes on the campus and in the city.

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Sat Jul 2 4:00pm
The U Part 2(Season 4, Episode 7) ESPNCLS

Chronicling University of Miami football from the low of NCAA sanctions in the mid-'90s to the high of the 2001 National Championship; to the new controversy of a booster's Ponzi scheme to win favor with the program. Directed by Billy Corben.

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Sat Jul 2 6:00pm
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 Jul 2 6:00pm
Maradona '86 & The Opposition(Season 3, Episode 13) ESPN2

An appreciation of Diego Maradona's dominant 1986 World Cup run with Argentina; and a look at the controversial Chile-Soviet Union World Cup qualifier in 1973, held in Santiago shortly after a military coup by Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.

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Sat Jul 2 7:00pm
One Night in Vegas(Season 1, Episode 20) ESPNCLS

Tupac Shakur's 1996 murder is chronicled in "One Night in Vegas." The documentary also focuses on the rap artist's friendship with Mike Tyson, whose boxing match Shakur attended just hours before he was gunned down. Directed by Reggie Bythewood.

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Sat Jul 2 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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Sat Jul 2 10:00pm
The Two Escobars(Season 1, Episode 16) ESPNCLS

The early-1990s deaths of Colombian soccer player Andres Escobar and drug baron Pablo Escobar are the focus of "The Two Escobars," a documentary look at the influence of drugs on soccer in the South American nation. Directed by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist.

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Sun Jul 3 12:00am
No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson(Season 1, Episode 10) ESPNCLS

"No Crossover" chronicles the 1993 bowling-alley incident in Hampton, Va., that landed local high-school basketball star Allen Iverson in jail and divided the community along racial lines. Directed by Steve James ("Hoop Dreams"), a Hampton native.

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Sun Jul 3 1:00am
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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Sun Jul 3 1:30am
Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. the New York Knicks(Season 1, Episode 8) ESPNCLS

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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