Sports has the innate ability to do something most things in life can't...make our jaw drop and ask, "Did that just happen!?" Whether it's Mike Tyson feasting on Evander Holyfield's ear (pictured above), or Zinedine Zidane's headbutt at the World Cup 2006 final, sports can give us unbelievable moments at any point in time. Here are the 10 most unbelievable moments in sports history.
When the New Orleans Hornets traded Chris Paul to the L.A. Clippers Wednesday night, the trade instantly leaped to the top of the sports headlines. While everyone dissects the trade, let's take a look back at the 10 trades that changed NBA history.
Did you know that it takes 3,000 cows to create enough footballs for the NFL to use in a single season? Or that the Stanley Cup was originally only 7 and a half inches tall? Or that a forfeited game in baseball scores as a 9-0 ballgame? Or that Wilt Chamberlain never fouled out of a basketball game?
Now that Shaquille O'Neal has announced his retirement, it's the perfect time to discuss where he ranks among the top center in NBA history. Ethan Norof, of bleacherreport.com, does just that, as he gives his list of the ten best big men.