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Nelson Mandela's powerful conviction in the face of injustice altered history. Essays » Dies at 95 » Obama Ley Lapchick: United people »Reilly: Sports legacy »Gallery ABC News »
Nelson Mandela, the former South African president and anti-apartheid icon, has died at the age of 95. The leader helped his country seal Africa's first World Cup bid in 2010. Story »Photo Gallery
The Knicks regained their confidence at the right time, adding to the Nets' woes. Ohm Youngmisuk » Tempers flare »Kidd's disastrous start »Bulls rough up Heat Wilbon: Rose won't change »
Jeremy Schaap reflects on the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela.
Bruce Pearl examines the leading candidates for the Wooden Award and explains why one of the biggest names in college basketball is no longer in his top five.
State attorney Willie Meggs addresses the media after deciding Florida State QB Jameis Winston will not be charged following a sexual assault investigation.
Doug McDermott scored just seven points in Creighton's 60-53 loss to George Washington.
ESPN legal analyst Roger Cossack breaks down why Jameis Winston was not charged with sexual assault.
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