Today in Sports, January 15 - LeBron James surpasses 38,000 NBA career points, joining only Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

1965: To the Philadelphia 76ers they go in exchange for Connie Dierking, Lee Shaffer, Paul Neumann, and cash. This is one of the most famous trades in NBA history.

1967 — The Green Bay Packers beat the AFL Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 to start the Super Bowl series.

1978 Super Bowl: Dallas Cowboys beat Denver Broncos 27-10 thanks to eight turnovers. Butch Johnson's diving catch completes Roger Staubach's 45-yard touchdown pass, putting the Cowboys up 20-3 in the third quarter.

1994: San Francisco's Ricky Watters scores an NFL postseason-record five touchdowns as the 49ers defeat the Giants 44-3. 1994: Lawrence Taylor retires from the NFL.

1995 — San Diego linebacker Dennis Gibson twice intercepts passes in the end zone, the last on fourth down, to secure the Chargers' biggest NFL win, a 17-13 AFC championship win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

1997: Pittsburgh beats Hartford 3-0 to make Patrick Lalime the first goalie since NHL expansion in 1967 to start his career with a 15-game unbeaten streak.

2000: Jacksonville Jaguars power to the AFC championship game. The Jaguars defeat the Dolphins 62-7 in the second-most dominant playoff performance ever. This playoff margin is second-largest ever at 55 points.

2001: Bennett College sets an NCAA Division III women's record for fewest points scored as Peace College beats them 98-3.

2004: Michelle Wie shoots a respectable 2-over 72 to trail the leader by nine strokes at the PGA Sony Open in Honolulu. Wie, 14, may be the youngest PGA Tour player.

2005: Michelle Kwan ties Maribel Vinson with nine U.S. Figure Skating Championships titles. 2011: Kyle Kuric's lay-up with 4 seconds left seals Louisville's 71-70 win over Marquette. Louisville trails 18 with 5:44 left but closes with a 24-5 run led by Preston Knowles.

2012 — Eli Manning throws three touchdown passes as the Giants beat the Packers 37-20 in an NFC divisional playoff game. Seven consecutive Super Bowl champions have failed to return to the Super Bowl the following year, including the 15-1 Packers.

2017 — Aaron Rodgers throws a 36-yard pass to a toe-dragging Jared Cook on the sideline, and Mason Crosby kicks a 51-yard field goal as time expires to send Green Bay to the NFC championship game with its eighth straight win and thwart a Dallas rally in a 34-31 divisional round win.

2018, US Olympic gold medalist gymnast Simone Biles claims Larry Nassar sexually abused over 130 women.

2023 — Lakers LeBron James passes 38,000 NBA career points, joining Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, in 113-112 loss to Philadelphia 76ers at Arena in Los Angeles.

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