June 12: Dallas Mavericks win NBA title
Remember LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh dancing in front of a Miami crowd in July 2010 after uniting basketball's most prominent trinity? Remember The King's proclamation of bringing seven NBA titles to South Beach? Well Pat Riley's trio is 0-1 in NBA Finals after losing in six games to Dirk Nowitzki's Dallas Mavericks. Nowitzki, the Finals MVP, played through the flu in Game 4 and had plenty of help from Jason Kidd, Jason Terry and J.J. Barea en route to his and the Mavericks first NBA title.
Feb. 28: Serena Williams treated for pulmonary embolism
The 13-time Grand Slam winner underwent emergency treatment after doctors found a blood clot in her lungs. Williams, 29, called the near-death experience "extremely hard, scary, and disappointing." She made her return in late spring, advancing to the fourth round at Wimbledon before losing to Marion Bartoli.
March 12: NFL locks out players
A pair of deadline extensions wasn't enough for the players and owners to reach an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement. The players union filed for decertification, putting into motion a series of federal courtroom hearings. The NFL Draft on April 28-30 was the last league event on the schedule until an agreement is reached.
May 29: Rookie crashes on final turn, loses Indy 500
JR Hildebrand was one turn away from writing his name in the racing record books. Instead, he became an infamous part of Indianapolis 500 lore. The rookie crashed into the wall just before the finish line and Dan Wheldon sped by to capture his second Indy 500.
The man behind the yellow Livestrong bracelets on millions of wrists, Armstrong ended Comeback 2.0 without the yellow jerseys that marked his first return. The cyclist previously overcame cancer to win seven straight Tour de France titles (from 1999 to 2005). But in his latest return to cycling, announced in September 2008, Armstrong took 3rd at the Tour de France in 2009 and 23rd in 2010.
2011-12-16 10:30 编辑：wjy2005tom