June 2004 in sports

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Deaths in June[edit]

Main article: Deaths in June 2004

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June 28, 2004[edit]

  • Pakistan's top amateur boxing prospect, Maurin Karim, is banned from the Olympic Games for testing positive for a banned substance during a previous competition.

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June 8, 2004[edit]

  • NBA Finals: The Los Angeles Lakers defeat the Detroit Pistons in overtime of Game 2 of the NBA Finals, 99–91. The game was sent into overtime by Kobe Bryant, who hit a critical 3-point shot with less than three seconds remaining in regulation.
  • NBA: Larry Bird, while commenting on the NBA's current status on an ESPN show hosted by Jim Gray, calls the NBA, "a black man's game" and says that he would like to see more white superstars in the NBA. (AOL Sports)
  • NCAA Basketball: Ohio State University head coach Jim O'Brien was fired by the school after admitting that he gave a recruit US $6,000 five years ago, in violation of NCAA recruiting rules. The NCAA said they are currently investigating O'Brien and the school regarding the violation. (SI)

June 7, 2004[edit]

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