1966 - The NBA announces that the cities of Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington had been awarded franchises, beginning with the 1967-68 season. Those team were eventually named the Portland Trail Blazers and Seattle SuperSonics, respectively.
1989 - The Big Ten Conference announces that Penn State will become their eleventh member. This move causes a chain reaction of schools jumping conferences, new conferences forming and old conferences folding.
2006 - New York Knicks forward David Lee scores a game-winning basket with only 00:00.1 seconds left on the clock. The shot counts because Lee deflects the inbounds pass into the basket. It is the first occurrence of a team winning an NBA game with one-tenth of one second left since the NBA implemented the Trent Tucker Rule in 1990.