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Gavin Maloof

Will the Sacramento Kings finally step up and take the NBA championship this year from the hated LA Lakers? Kings' owner, Gavin Maloof thinks so. He talks to Bill about rivalries and turning a once-moribund franchise into a winner.

Rulon Gardner

Eight months after the overnight ordeal on Wyoming's Wagner Mountain that left him with frostbite and hypothermia, Rulon Gardner, the wrestling hero of the Sydney Olympics, has his health back. Now, the 286-pound wrestler is trying to regain his place on the US wrestling team. Greg Echlin has the story.

Sudsy Soothsayer

Barmaid sees future as sudsy soothsayer.

NYC Marathon

In 1995, while teaching locals to remove landmines in Mozambique, Chris Moon lost the lower part of his right leg and much of his right arm in a mine explosion. This weekend, to benefit a children's charity in Rwanda, he'll run in the New York City marathon. We'll talk to him about running marathons and other challenges.


Only A Game's Karen Given was on hand for a recent stop on the Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour and has our story.

Those Travellin' Expos

We take a peek into the offices of Major League Baseball as the powers that be try to figure out where the soon-to-be-former team from Montreal will end up next year.

NBA Expansion and more

Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: The Mailman wants a new zip code, NBA expansion...again!, the church of the hand of God.

The Punch

Much has changed since Kermit Washington punched Rudy Tomjanovich in an NBA game 25 years ago.

This program aired on November 2, 2002.

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