In late 1999 ESPN ran a seven minute montage of great sports images from the past century on its SportsCenter program. The piece was set to music from the film Hoffa (movie) and Aerosmith’s “Dream on” and included many notable moments like the 1980 Miracle on Ice, the 1972 Black September assault on the Olympics, Kirk Gibson’s 1988 World Series home-run, and the OJ Simpson white bronco chase. The video repeatedly held Muhammad Ali, Babe Ruth, Michael Jordan, and Wayne Gretzky up as the most significant athletes of the century.
The following is a list of included images compiled on SpoFi:
* 0:00 - Gene Tunney and Jack Dempsey in their 2nd championship fight in Chicago in September, 1927. Tunney is the one in white and this is the only time in his career he was knocked down (this is the famous Long Count Fight.) * 0:01 - Magic Johnson and Larry Bird -- 1979 NCAA final Mich.St. v. Indiana St. * 0:02 - old race cars (Unsers?) * 0:03 - St. Louis Cardinals "Gas House Gang" - 1B James Anthony "Ripper" Collins, 3B Johnny Leonard Roosevelt "Pepper" Martin, pitcher Jay Hanna "Dizzy" Dean - during the 1934 World Series. * 0:04 - American long jumper Bob Beamon, setting the long jump record at the 1968 Summer Olympics * 0:07 - Jim Thorpe playing football for Carlisle Indian School * 0:11 - Ty Cobb (Detroit Tigers) * 0:13 - George Mikan, Minneapolis Lakers basketball star * 0:14 - Montreal Canadiens Stanley Cup winning team (Hector "Toe" Blake coached team to championship 1956-1960, 1965, 1966, 1968) * 0:16 - Babe Didrikson Zaharias, female golfer and Track and Field gold medalist * 0:18 - Joe Louis, heavyweight boxing champion * 0:20 - Negro League All-Star Team * 0:22 - Red Grange (college & pro football hall of famer) * 0:25 - James Naismith, inventor of basketball * 0:27 - Jesse Owens (running for Ohio at Big Ten meet in 1935, set/tied 4 world track records in 45 minutes) * 0:31 - Lord Stanley, original sponsor of the NHL's Stanley Cup * 0:34 - 1956-57 Boston Celtics (NBA champions) Bald guy is young-ish Red Auerbach * 0:37 - Jack Johnson (first black heavyweight champion) * 0:40 - Byron Nelson, golfer * 0:42 - Jackie Robinson (first black player in MLB...trivia: wore #42, which is now retired throughout the league) * 0:44 - John Wooden, UCLA's legendary Basketball Coach * 0:45 - Four Horsemen (Notre Dame football backfield in 1924: quarterback Harry Stuhldreher, left halfback Jim Crowley, right halfback Don Miller and fullback Elmer Layden) * 0:46 - female swimmer Gertrude Ederle, first female to swim across English Channel, August 6, 1926 * 0:48 - Johnny Unitas, quarterback for the Baltimore Colts * 0:50 - Rod Laver, greatest left-handed tennis player * 0:52 - Sugar Ray Robinson, middleweight boxing champion * 0:54 - Toronto Maple Leafs, 1948 Stanley Cup champions. * 0:56 - Jack Nicklaus & Arnold Palmer (Masters Championship 1963, the first of 6 for Nicklaus and a "changing of the guard" moment) * 0:59 - Cassius Clay (very young) * 1:01 - Babe Ruth * 1:08 - 1972 Olympics (Munich, terrorists Black September took Israeli Olympic team members hostage) * 1:11 - 1989 World Series Game 3 with Jose Conseco rounding the bases after homerun right when an earthquake hits (Loma Prieta October 17, 1989) * 1:15 - Nancy Kerrigan, after being struck on the knee by assailant hired by her competitor, Tonya Harding, on January 6 1994) * 1:19 - Cassius Clay, after beating Sonny Liston for the title on February 25 1964) * 1:23 - Chicago Bears "Super Bowl Shuffle" video, 1985 * 1:27 - John McEnroe, tennis player and "superbrat" * 1:29 - Lou Gehrig, famous "luckiest man" speech, retiring from baseball on July 4, 1939 * 1:37 - Michael Jordan, sinking last second basket to eliminate Cleveland Cavaliers from playoffs -- 1989. * 1:42 - Steve Yzerman, Detroit Red Wings forward, scores in overtime against Grant Fuhr of the St.Louis Blues (May 12, 1998) * 1:47 - Colorado University quarterback Kordell Stewart beats Michigan University with hail-mary pass on final play of game * 1:56 - George Foreman knocks down Joe Frazier in 2nd round, January 22, 1973, to become heavyweight champion -- Howard Cosell with the famous call. * 2:02 - NY Giants Bobby Thompson hits homerun off of Ralph Branca to win 1951 National League pennant (Russ Hodges announces the famous "The Giants win the pennant!") * 2:14 - Jim Brown, legendary NFL running back * 2:17 - Bill Russell, NBA star * 2:19 - Mario Andretti (race car driver) * 2:23 - Roger Maris, NY Yankee who broke Babe Ruth's single-season HR record, with 61. * 2:25 - "Pistol" Pete Maravich, basketball player * 2:28 - Len Bias, college basketball star who died of cocaine overdose (June 19, 1986) less than 48 hours after being drafted by Celtics * 2:30 - Florence Griffith Joyner, Olympic and UCLA track & field star * 2:33 - Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh Pirates * 2:35 - Jim Valvano, coached North Carolina State to 1983 NCAA Basket National Championship * 2:39 - Donnie Moore, California Angels pitcher gave up home run in 1986 ALCS, costing his team a chance to go to the World Series (committed suicide 3 years later) * 2:41 - Wilt Chamberlain, after scoring 100 points for Philadelphia Warriors on March 2, 1962 (final score 169-147!) * 2:44 - Payne Stewart, US golfer (winning Ryder Cup match in 1999) * 2:47 - Walter Payton, Chicago Bears running back * 2:51 - Brendan Shannahan (Detroit Red Wings) checking Colorado Avalanche player Claude Lemieux * 2:53 - Greg Louganis, US diver, 1988 Olympics * 2:54 - Bo Jackson, KC Royals outfielder running up the outfield wall * 2:56 - Barry Sanders, Detroit Lions running back, dodging tackles * 2:57 - Roberto Alomar, Baltimore Orioles, spitting at umpire John Hirschbeck, September 27, 1996 * 2:59 - Dennis Rodman, Chicago Bulls, kicking photographer (January 16, 1997) * 3:00 - Mary Decker tripping on Zola Budd's foot during 1984 Olympics 3000 meter run * 3:02 - George Brett, KC Royals 3B, charging umpire in dispute for being declared "out" after hitting home run. Umpire ruled (after being pointed out by Billy Martin, Yankee manager) that Brett's bat had too much pine tar on it, therefore making it illegal. * 3:04 - John Havlicek, Boston Celtics, steals ball and passes to Sam Jones, to seal the win (Game 7 of 1965 NBA Eastern Conference Finals) * 3:10 - Larry Bird, Boston Celtics, steals ball and passes to Dennis Johnson, to win against Detroit Pistons in the 1986 Eastern Conference Final as the great former UCLA star Bill Walton cheers from the bench. Writer Peter May calls this Celtics team the Greatest of All Time. * 3:16 - Wayne Gretzky, hockey legend, from home movie of game while playing in Brantford as a child * 3:18 - Michael Jordan, during college career at North Carolina (sinking the winning shot against Georgetown - with Pat Ewing and Sleepy Floyd - in the 1982 NCAA Final) * 3:19 - Babe Ruth * 3:20 - Muhammad Ali * 3:22 - Bobby Knight, coach of Indiana University basketball, throwing chair in protest of technical foul call * 3:25 - Woody Hayes, coach of Ohio State football team, choking/punching opposing Clemson University player at the end of 1978 Gator Bowl * 3:25 - Bear Bryant (?), football coach * 3:26 - Bear Bryant with checkered hat, football coach for Alabama * 3:26 - Dean Smith, college basketball coach for North Carolina celebrating first NCAA title * 3:26 - George Halas, NFL coach * 3:27 - Knute Rockne, Notre Dame football coach (famous for "Win one for 'the Gipper' speech.") * 3:27 - Scotty Bowman, winningest NHL coach of all time * 3:27 - Joe Paterno, Penn State football coach * 3:28 - silhouette of Tom Landry, legendary coach of Dallas Cowboys * 3:30 - Brian Trottier, holding Stanley Cup (1979-83 seasons) * 3:31 - Lance Armstrong, cyclist, winning Tour de France * 3:33 - Martina Navratilova, tennis player, winning Wimbledon championship * 3:34 - Randy Johnson, Seattle Mariners pitcher, striking out a batter and winning playoff series against NY Yankees in 1995 * 3:35 - Carl Lewis, Olympic sprinter 1984 LA Olympics winning 1 of his 9 Olympic Gold medals (over his entire career). * 3:37 - Richard Petty, legendary NASCAR driver * 3:38 - Tom Watson, golfer, after sinking dramatic chip shot on 17th hole of 1982 US Open at Pebble Beach, which he later won. * 3:39 - Isaiah Thomas, Detroit Pistons, celebrating win over Atlanta Hawks * 3:41 - Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers quarterback, celebrating a touchdown. * 3:42 - Rickey Henderson, Oakland A's outfielder, celebrating breaking all-time MLB stolen base record, May 1 1991 * 3:44 - Mark Messier, NY Ranger forward, holding Stanley Cup after Rangers win it for the first time in 54 years, June 14 1994 * 3:45 - Eddie Robinson, Grambling football coach * 3:47 - Bjorn Borg, tennis player, winning Wimbledon title in 1980, beating John McEnroe 1-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-7, 8-6 * 3:49 - Bill Mazeroski, Pittsburgh Pirates 2B, running home after hitting game winning home run in the bottom of the 9th inning of Game 7 of the 1960 World Series to beat the New York Yankees * 3:50 - Tony Hawk, skateboarder, pulling off a 720 on the vertical ramp * 3:51 - Bo Kimble, Loyola Marymount University basketball player, shoots a left-handed free throw in memory of his recently deceased teammate Hank Gathers (1990 NCAA tournament) * 3:52 - Steffi Graff, tennis player * 3:53 - Bart Starr, Green Bay Packers quarterback * 3:53 - Kirby Puckett, Minnesota Twins outfielder * 3:54 - Julius Erving (Dr. J), Philadelphia 76ers forward * 3:54 - Jerry Rice, San Francisco 49ers wide receiver * 3:54 - Bobby Jones, golfer * 3:54 - Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder (and Tom Pagnozzi, St. Louis Cardinals catcher) * 3:55 - Indianapolis 500 race winner (car #14) (probably 4-time winner A.J. Foyt) * 3:56 - Jackie Joyner Kersee, American track & field star * 3:56 - Gayle Sayers, Chicago Bears running back * 3:56 - Ernie Banks, Chicago Cubs shortstop * 3:57 - Dikembe Mutombo, Denver Nuggets, celebrating playoff win * 3:57 - Gordie Howe, Hartford Whalers/Houston Aeros/Detroit Vipers (unsure of which uniform he is wearing, but grey hair and video quality suggests it's not his Detroit Red Wings days) * 3:58 - Andre Agassi, tennis player, celebrating tournament win (1992 wimbledon?) * 3:58 - Bill Buckner, Boston Red Sox 1B, letting ball go through his legs during Game 6 of 1986 World Series vs New York Mets * 3:58 - Rocky Marciano, boxer * 3:59 - Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh Penguins, scoring goal in last game before retiring (1997) * 4:05 - November 20, 1982, California University beats Stanford on the final play of the game as they return a kickoff while completing 5 laterals, and end it by spiking the ball on a band member (who came on the field prematurely). Joe Starkey losing his voice on the play-by-play. * 4:15 - Jerome Lane, Pittsburgh College, shatters backboard with a monster dunk * 4:20 - Trevor Linden bodychecks unknown player through the plexiglass * 4:21 - Darryl Dawkins smashing a backboard * 4:23 - Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire celebrate McGwire's 62nd home run of the season, September 8th 1998, breaking the record set by Roger Maris in 1961. * 4:24 - Jana Navotna, tennis player, crying on the shoulder of Duchess of Kent after losing 1993 Wimbledon finals to Steffi Graff after having a big lead in the final set * 4:26 - John Elway, Denver Broncos quarterback * 4:27 - Ozzie Smith, St. Louis Cardinal shortstop extraordinaire * 4:29 - Shaquille O'Neal (Orlando Magic) breaking the entire basket apparatus in New Jersey Meadowlands (April 23, 1993) * 4:31 - Hermann Maier, skier, crashing at Nagano Olympics * 4:32 - Deion Sanders, Atlanta Falcons, dancing * 4:32 - Deion Sanders, Dallas Cowboys, celebrating a touchdown * 4:33 - Reggie Jackson, NY Yankees, swatting a home run during 1977 World Series * 4:33 - Montreal Canadiens, Maurice "Rocket" Richard, Elmer Lach (?), and Hector "Toe" Blake (?), the famous "Punch Line". * 4:34 - Pele being carried off the field after final game for the New York Cosmos (in a friendly against Brazil, I believe) * 4:34 - John Starks, New York Knicks, dunks over Chicago Bulls * 4:34 - O.J. Simpson, Buffalo Bills running back * 4:34 - the infamous "White Ford Bronco", with O.J. Simpson in the back * 4:35 - Mike Tyson, boxer, showing off his handcuffs * 4:35 - Monica Seles, tennis player, reacting to being stabbed in the back by a crazed Steffi Graff fan during a break in a tennis match * 4:36 - Tom Chambers, Phoenix Suns forward, dunks on some poor guy * 4:36 - Carlton Fisk, Boston Red Sox catcher, uses body english to wish a ball (he hit off Pat Darcy) fair during 12th inning of Game 6 in the 1975 World Series against the Cincinatti Reds. The ball does clear the Green Monster and the Red Sox win the game. * 4:37 - Brett Hull, Dallas Stars forward, celebrates a goal during 1999 Stanley Cup final against the Buffalo Sabres. * 4:37 - John Riggins, Washington Redskins running back, during Super Bowl XVII win over Miami Dolphins, 27-17 * 4:37 - Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia Phillies, hitting his 500th home run * 4:38 - Keith Smart of Indiana celebrates winning the 1987 NCAA tournament over Syracuse (March 30, 1987) * 4:38 - Michael Johnson, Olympic track star * 4:40 - Cynthia Cooper, WNBA player * 4:41 - Willie Mays, NY Giants outfielder, making "The Catch" in 1954 World Series (Game 1) off Vic Wertz hit. * 4:42 - Alan Ameche, Balitmore Colts running back winning the "game of the century" vs. the NY Giants on Dec. 28, 1958 * 4:43 - Mark Spitz, swimmer, during race for one of his 7 gold medals during 1972 Summer Olympics * 4:44 - Patrick Roy, Montreal Canadiens goalie, celebrating Stanley Cup championship in 1993. * 4:45 - Franco Harris, Pittsburgh Steelers running back, making the "Immaculate Reception", December 23 1972, allowing the Steelers to beat the Oakland Raiders. * 4:46 - Michael Jordan, reverse-windmill dunk * 4:46 - Michael Jordan, during game against Portland Trailblazers in 1992 * 4:47 - Michael Jordan, switching hands during layup against Los Angeles * 4:48 - young Michael Jordan, dunking during slam dunk contest * 4:50 - Jack Nicklaus, golfer, sinking putt during 1986 Masters win * 4:52 - Nolan Ryan, Texas Rangers pitcher, being carried off the field after pitching 7th career no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays, May 1, 1991 * 4:53 - Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver * 4:55 - Mary Lou Retton, Olympic gymnast, winning a gold medal on the vault * 4:57 - Michigan Wolverine hockey player Mike Legg scoops the puck up (lacrosse-style) and "puts" it in the top corner on unsuspecting goalie, while standing behind the net (March 24, 1996) * 4:58 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (nee Lewis Alcindor in his UCLA days) LA Lakers center. * 4:58 - Babe Ruth, winking * 4:59 - Babe Ruth, with child * 5:00 - Babe Ruth, talking * 5:01 - Babe Ruth, hitting home run * 5:02 - Grant Hill, Duke college basketball star with a big alley-oop during the Duke-Kansas NCAA title game on April 1st, 1991 * 5:04 - Clyde "the Glide" Drexler #22 of the Houston Rockets, dunks on the Phoenix Suns. * 5:05 - Chris Webber, Michigan Wolverine forward, calls illegal time-out, costing his team a chance to tie/win NCAA finals against North Carolina Tar Heels (April 5, 1993). * 5:06 - Texas Western wins NCAA tournament, the first team to do so with 5 black starters, against University of Kentucky's 5 white starters (March 19, 1966) * 5:07 - Bobby Clarke, Philadelphia Flyers forward, smiling a gap-toothed-smile * 5:08 - Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers star, doing a nasty cross-over on Michael Jordan * 5:08 - Kellen Winslow (#80), San Diego Chargers tight end, helped off the field by teammates * 5:09 - Wade Boggs, NY Yankees 3B, riding on police horse during World Series celebration in 1996 * 5:09 - Nadia Comaneci, Olympic gymnast, scoring a pefect ten during 1976 Summer Olympics * 5:09 - Cliff Ronning, #7 Vancouver Canucks, celebrating a 1991 playoff goal with his famous "riding the stick" manuever * 5:10 - Dick Butkus, Chicago Bears linebacker * 5:10 - Secretariat winning the Belmont Stakes by 31 lengths to win the Triple Crown (June 9 1973) * 5:10 - Lou Gehrig celebrates 2000 consecutive games played * 5:11 - Julius Erving * 5:11 - Villanova celebrates NCAA championship in 1983 * 5:12 - Eric Dickerson, LA Rams running back * 5:12 - Dale Earnhardt, NASCAR champion * 5:12 - Costantino Rocca, celebrating his miracle 60ft putt to force a playoff against John Daly in 1995 British Open (won by Daly). * 5:13 - Brandi Chastain, American soccer player, celebrates scoring a goal during penalty kicks to beat China in the 1999 Women's World Cup (July 10, 1999) * 5:13 - Reggie Miller, Indiana Pacers, giving the "choke" sign to Knicks fan Spike Lee. June 1, 1994, Game 5 Eastern Conference finals. Miller scored 25 points in the 4th quarter. * 5:13 - a very young Wayne Gretzky poses for a photo with his idol Gordie Howe * 5:14 - Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, holding the Stanley Cup aloft * 5:14 - Wayne Gretzky, LA Kings, celebrating a goal during 1993 playoffs * 5:15 - Wayne Gretzky, LA Kings, celebrating a goal during 1993 playoffs against Toronto Maple Leafs (May 27, 1993) * 5:15 - Wayne Gretzky, St. Louis Blues, walking towards the ice * 5:15 - Wayne Gretzky, NY Rangers, celebrating a goal * 5:16 - Muhammad Ali raising the torch during the 1996 Summer Olympics opening ceremonies in Atlanta * 5:16 - Muhammad Ali, hamming it up for the cameras * 5:16 - Muhammad Ali, throwing punches at the cameras * 5:17 - Muhammad Ali, showing who's number one * 5:17 - Muhammad Ali, knocking out George Foreman during the "Rumble in the Jungle", Oct. 30, 1974 * 5:18 - Cassius Clay, announcing he's "shocked the world" * 5:18 - Muhammad Ali, leading the crowd in a chant (probably "Mumbaya", during "Rumble in the Jungle") * 5:19 - Muhammad Ali, posing * 5:19 - Muhammad Ali, punching someone * 5:19 - Muhammad Ali, punching the camera * 5:19 - Magic Johnson, celebrating a win over the Portland Trailblazers * 5:21 - Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams * 5:23 - Ryder Cup celebration by Justin Leonard * 5:24 - Chamique Holdsclaw, of the Tennessee Vols, crying on the shoulder of her coach Pat Summitt after fouling out during a loss to Duke in the NCAA elite eight in Greensboro Coliseum, breaking a string of three straight national titles (March 22, 1999) * 5:26 - Tommie Smith, Olympic sprinter, gives the "Black Power" salute during American anthem on the gold medal podium (after winning the 200 meter run), during the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico * 5:27 - Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers quarterback, celebrates Super Bowl win * 5:28 - Pete Rozelle, NFL commissioner, signifies the merger of the NFL and AFL in 1970 * 5:30 - Kenny Lofton, as an Indian at Jacobs Field, August 4, 1996, robbing Baltimore Oriole B.J. Surhoff of a home run. * 5:31 - Doug Flutie, Boston College quarterback, throws a last-second hail-mary touchdown pass to teammate Gerard Phelan, helping BC beat University of Miami 47-45 * 5:43 - Wayne Gretzky scores to pass Gordie Howe's all-time goal-scoring record of 802 goals * 5:51 - Kirk Gibson, LA Dodgers, trots around the bases after hitting a pinch-hit, game-winning home run off ace reliever Dennis Eckersley (Oakland A's) in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series. (The voice of Jack Buck with his famous line "I don't believe what I just saw.") * 5:55 - Christian Laettner, Duke forward, sinks a last-second turn-around jump shot to beat Kentucky (104-103) in the 1992 NCAA East regional final. (Bob Harris is doing the play by play for the Duke Radio Network.) * 6:02 - USA Olympic hockey team beats the USSR team in the second-to-last game of the 1980 Winter Olympics, giving them a chance to win the gold medal (called "The Miracle on Ice", from Al Michaels' famous call: "Do you believe in miracles? YES!") * 6:12 - Mike Eruzione, captain of the USA Olympic hockey team, signals to his teammates to join him on the podium * 6:13 - USA Olympic hockey team celebrates on the gold medal podium together * 6:14 - Joe Carter, Toronto Blue Jay outfielder, jumps for joy after hitting the World-Series winning home run off Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Mitch Williams, in 1993 * 6:15 - Don Shula, Miami Dolphins coach, is carried off the field by his team after they complete the "perfect season" in 1972 * 6:17 - Larry Bird, Boston Celtics forward, celebrates * 6:18 - Pete Sampras, tennis player, weeps when a fan shouts "Do it for Tim" in the Australian open quarterfinal against Jim Courier. The match was just after Sampras' coach Tim Gullikson was diagnosed with cancer. * 6:19 - Theo Fleury, Calgary Flames forward, celebrates after scoring an overtime goal against Edmonton Oilers on April 14, 1991 * 6:21 - Tiger Woods, golfer, celebrates * 6:22 - Ken Griffey Jr, Seattle Mariners outfielder, climbs the wall to steal a home run * 6:24 - Joe DiMaggio does a bit in celebration of his 56-game hitting streak in 1941 * 6:26 - Joe Namath, NY Jets quarterback, celebrates after winning Super Bowl III (January 12, 1969) after "guaranteeing" a win * 6:27 - Desmond Howard, Michigan Wolverines, celebrates a touchdown against Ohio State with a "Heisman" pose * 6:28 - Mark Messier, Wayne Gretzky, Kevin Lowe celebrate an Edmonton Oiler Stanley Cup win * 6:29 - Michael Johnson sheds a tear after winning a gold medal at the Olympics * 6:31 - Dwight Clark, San Francisco 49ers, catches a touchdown pass from Joe Montana to give them a 28-27 victory, now called "The Catch" (January 11, 1982) * 6:32 - Cal Ripken, Baltimore Orioles shortstop, waves to the crowd after officially breaking "the unbreakable record", 2130 consecutive games played (held by Lou Gehrig) (September 6 1995) * 6:34 - Mario Lemieux bids farewell to the crowd during (at that time) his last game in the NHL * 6:35 - Yogi Berra, NY Yankees catcher, rushes out to hug Don Larsen, NY Yankees pitcher, after Larsen throws a "perfect game" against the Brooklyn Dodgers in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series (October 8, 1956) * 6:36 - Jesse Owens and Ralph Metcalfe in 100m sprint at the 1936 Berlin Olympics * 6:37 - Hank Aaron, Atlanta Braves outfielder, rounds the bases after hitting a home run (715) to break the all-time career record held by Babe Ruth (714) (April 8, 1974) * 6:38 - Bobby Orr, Boston Bruins defenceman, flying through the air after scoring an overtime goal against the St. Louis Blues, to win the 1970 Stanley Cup (May 10, 1970) * 6:39 - Jim Brown, Cleveland Browns running back * 6:40 - Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain jockey for position on the basketball court * 6:41 - Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris pose for a photo (1961) * 6:41 - Michael Jordan performs his famous "foul line leap" dunk * 6:42 - Babe Ruth, wearing a crown * 6:43 - Muhammad Ali, standing over the prone body of Sonny Liston during their second bout