Los Angeles Rams, Basketball, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum discussed on Gwinn F Lippert

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At sandy west. I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start way back in eighteen ninety two publication called triangle magazine, James Naismith publishes the rules to his new game of basketball this week in nineteen forty two. The cubs dropped plans to install lights at Wrigley due to World War Two this week in one thousand nine forty three. Alex smart of the Montreal Canadians is the first NHL player to score a hat trick. In his first game this week in nineteen sixty seven the first Super Bowl is played Super Bowl won the Green Bay Packers. Beat the Kansas City. Chiefs thirty five to ten at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The game MVP Green Bay quarterback. Bart. Starr this week in one thousand nine hundred five Martina Navratilova is the third to win one hundred tennis tournaments at that point the other two were Jimmy Connors and. Chris Everett this week in one thousand nine hundred five the Los Angeles Rams announced they are moving to Saint Louis which had been without an NFL franchise since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when the cardinals moved to Arizona today. The Rams are back in LA and this week in two thousand thirteen Lance Armstrong admits to doping on all seven of his tour de France victories. That's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. A lot can happen in six seconds a rodeo ride a dramatic basketball win and the world record holder can solve a rubik's cube. Six seconds is how long it takes for an eighteen Wheeler travelling at a safe speed to come to a complete stop. And in those six seconds that truck will travel the length of two football fields. So please give them room. Never cut in front of a large truck for any reason. Our roads our safety. Learn more at sharetheroadsafely dot gov. Newsradio one Boston. Katie. Okay. It is officially the Dr Martin Luther King junior weekend holiday weekend. It's a federal holiday and joining me as former state Senator Anastasia Pittman who's been very involved with the great celebration celebration, we.

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