Thread: What was your favorite sports memory as a kid?

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    Whether it was seeing the Cowboys win the Super Bowl, the Yankees winning a world series, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen winning 6 championships, or a personal sports moment, tell me about your favorite sports memory as a kid.
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    Chicago Bulls With Michael
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    One time my friends were all trying to play football, but half of us were bored so we kept running around the field like idiots while they tried to play and called ourselves the "mascots", which we repeated obnoxiously over and over. Eventually they got so annoyed they left and one of their mom's came out and yelled at us.

    Oh well, it was worth it.
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    When the Detroit Red Wings win the Stanely Cup 1997 and 1998.
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    Scott Norwood kicking wide right as the giants win Super Bowl 25, 20-19. Awesome moment for a giants fan.
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    When the Yankees beat the Mets in the Subway series back in 2000. Oh man the bootleg merchandise, the cursing out of your classmates because they liked the Mets, etc.
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    When Hulk Hogan body-slammed Andre The Giant at WrestleMania III
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    Winning youth soccer finals in 1993 and 1994 and going on the bobsled run at the Calgary Olympic park in December of 1997.

    The Bluejays winning the world series in '92 and '93.
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    the Houston Rockets back to back championships.... great time to be a Houstonian
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    I was in junior high and my friends and I were playing football on the lawn in front of the high school. The high school football team were all standing watching us while waiting for the bus to come to take them to practice. The football got away from us and the varsity quarterback picked up the ball (high school regulation size, not a nerf) and threw a hard as hell bullet spiral at me from about 30 yards, and I caught it. He was such a douche bag and I showed him up.
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    Quote by animaniac318
    When the Yankees beat the Mets in the Subway series back in 2000. Oh man the bootleg merchandise, the cursing out of your classmates because they liked the Mets, etc.


    This is probably one of my best sports memories as well. I was actually 14 and a freshman in high school when this was going on, and the teachers would make bets with the students on who would win and if a certain team won, then all of us would get extra points. When the day came half of the school didn't show up.I lived a couple of blocks from the 7 train too, which took you to the shea stadium, but yeah since I was in Queens a little part of me wanted the Mets to win, but we all knew the Yankees would destroy them. XD
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    A personal favorite sports memory was when I made the junior high school basketball team when I was in 7th grade.

    My other most exciting sports memory that I can recall is when the Chicago Bulls won their third World Championship against The Phoenix Suns in 1993 I believe. We taped that final game and I could barely watch the final minutes, it was sooo intense. I remember running out to the backyard and then my dad coming out. I was covering my ears and I turned around to look at him and he yelled out that the Bulls had won! I ran inside and slid across the carpet in excitement.
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    Funny that you mention this, because I submitted an article a few days ago about my favorite sports memories from the 1990's. Once it's posted you'll get to read all of them.
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    Quote by animaniac318
    When the Yankees beat the Mets in the Subway series back in 2000. Oh man the bootleg merchandise, the cursing out of your classmates because they liked the Mets, etc.


    One of my worst memories. I couldn't even watch Piazza fly out to Bernie Williams to end game 5.
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    Though I am a yankees fan but the best memory I have was when The Mets made a comeback on game 6 of the 1986 World Series. When Mookie Wilson hit a ground ball and went through Bukner's legs. Till this day I am still laughing.
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    Growing up in Alabama I have two.One will be "THE Kick" 1985 a fifty two yard field goal with time running out for my team Alabama to beat our state and most hated rival Auburn.

    The Iron Bowl is the name of the game between Alabama/Auburn and the whole state shuts down when this game is played.

    My second other memory is Alabama beating the shit out of Miami in the Sugar Bowl 1992 to win another national championship.What made it even greater was that was the year I graduated high school and eveyrone picked the Hurricanes to blow us out.Instead we kicked their asses.
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