Dec. 13

1981 — John McEnroe and Roscoe Tanner lead the United States to a 3-1 victory over Argentina in the Davis Cup final.

1983 — Detroit beats Denver 186-184 in triple overtime in the highest-scoring game in NBA history. Isiah Thomas scores 47 and John Long adds 41 for the Pistons. Denver's Kiki Vandeweghe has 51 points.

1992 — Manon Rheaume becomes the first woman to play in a regular-season professional game when she appears in the Atlanta Knights' 4-1 loss to Salt Lake City in the International Hockey League.

1998 — Gary Anderson kicks six field goals, setting the NFL record with 34 straight without a miss, in Minnesota's 38-28 victory over Baltimore.

2000 — Utah guard John Stockton records his 14,000th career assist in the final minute of the Jazz's 111-102 loss to Milwaukee. Stockton, the NBA's career assists leader, is one of only two players to surpass 10,000 assists. Magic Johnson ended his career with 10,141.

2003 — Mount Union breaks its own NCAA record by winning its 55th consecutive game, beating Bridgewater 66-0 in the NCAA Division III semifinals.