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The greatest chokes in sports history

@NEW YORK CITY - OCTOBER 25: Bill Buckner of the Boston Red Sox made an error at the bottom of the 10 inning, in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series at Shea Stadium on October 25, 1986 in New York City. The error resulted in a 6-5 10th inning win for the Mets. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

The greatest chokes in sports history

June 19, 2013

Sometimes when the spotlight's brightest, sports stars don't shine, they trip and fall off the stage. On Tuesday night, the San Antonio Spurs held an NBA title in their hands, and then fumbled it away. History suggests they'll have trouble recovering from their Game 6 implosion, but if nothing else, they'll have company. Get ready to cringe as you read of the greatest chokes in sports history. – Jay Busbee