It's been reported that 60 percent of retired NBA players go broke within five years after their NBA paychecks stop arriving.
The Borg-Warner Trophy is presented to the winner of the Indianapolis 500.
A regulation basketball hoop is 18 inches in diameter.
Brazil is the most successful national team in the history of the World Cup and the only national team to have played in all FIFA World Cup editions without any absence nor need for playoffs.
Karch Kiraly is also the only player (man or woman) to have won Olympic gold medals in both volleyball categories: beach and indoor.
In 1994, at age 45, George Foreman became the oldest heavyweight champion in history when he knocked out 27-year-old Michael Moorer to win the unified WBA and IBF titles.
In 2004, Ronnie Robinson, the son of boxer Sugar Ray Robinson, was inducted to the Roller Derby Hall of Fame.
18 players are permitted to take the field for each team, with an additional four players on an interchange bench.
The Falcons were established in 1966 and didn't notch their first playoff win until 1978, twelve years later.
In 1934, Egypt became the first African team to play in the World Cup finals.