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  • 08 May
    A look back at the legendary career of The King, Arnold Palmer, including his impact on and off the golf course, and reaction from around the sports world:Arnold Palmer (1929-2016)Obituary: Arnold Palmer dies at age 87Golf greats pay tribute: Tiger, Jack, more ...Rovell: Palmer was father of modern sports marketingReaction: The sports world pays tribute to PalmerShare your story: Were you lucky enough to meet The King? Share your story here: Instagram | FacebookWhy Palmer was a legendIan OConnor: The force that drove the lion inside Arnold Palmer Read the storyBob Harig: Anyone who ever met Palmer used words like charisma to describe the seven-time major champ. Read the storyJason Sobel: Arnold Palmers life and legacy will be celebrated all week at the Ryder Cup, but the most appropriate way to honor The King would be a U.S. victory. Read the storyJason Sobel: Arnold Palmer epitomized the word legend in so many ways, not the least of which was his personal interaction with everyday people. Read the storyJohnette Howard Howard : Ali. Summitt. Howe. Now, Arnold Palmer. The loss of another sports original has left an irreplaceable void -- a feeling compounded more by what could have been for Marlins star Jose Fernandez. Read the storyInfographic: One of golfs Big Three along with Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player, Palmer was a successful businessman and course designer who will forever be a legend in the golf world. Read the storyJeremy Schaap: Growing up in Western Pennsylvania helped shape Arnold Palmer. WatchespnW: In Gee Chun shares the letter the golf legend wrote to her just last week. Read the storyPhotos: A look back at Palmers career. Read the storyVideo: Remembering The KingInterview: Palmers emotional trip to St. Andrews. WatchJack Nicklaus: The 18-time major winner reflects on the first time he met Palmer and how their rivalry grew. WatchRory McIlroy: Palmers legacy to golf is the biggest from any athlete in any sport. WatchCurtis Strange: An emotional Strange remembers Palmer as a family man and good person who gladly gave more than he ever received. WatchDottie Pepper: A regular guy who was bigger than life. WatchGreg Norman: Palmers passion for charity. WatchAndy North: Palmer one of the icons of the sports world. WatchTom Rinaldi: The life and legacy of someone who was simply the best. WatchMike & Mike: Examining how Palmer transcended the sport of golf. WatchScott Van Pelt and Chris Berman: Their personal connections to Arnold Palmer. WatchBob Harig: Palmer did so much to bring golf to the masses. WatchJason Sobel: The legacy of Arnold Palmer -- off the course. WatchTom Rinaldi: Reflecting on an emotional interview with Arnold Palmer. WatchJeremy Schaap: How Arnold Palmers hometown shaped his legacy. Watch30 for30: The history, mystery and industry surrounding The Arnold Palmer drink. WatchThis Is SportsCenter: In this classic commercial, sports fans get a glimpse of why The King was so cool. Watch Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James will donate $2.5 million to support a Muhammad Ali exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.Muhammad Ali is such a cornerstone of me as an athlete because of what he represented not only in the ring as a champion but more outside the ring -- what he stood for, what he spoke for, his demeanor, James told USA Today Sports on Thursday.James, his charitable foundation and business partner Maverick Carter are pledging the donation total for?Muhammad Ali: A Force for Change.His support will help us to continue the story of Muhammad Ali and will encourage athletes to realize how important athletics is in terms of social justice, museum founding director Lonnie Bunch said, according to USA Today.The new Smithsonian museum opened in September. In August, Michael Jordan pledgedd $5 million to the museum.ddddddddddddThe exhibit, which debuted with the museums opening, includes Alis headgear and training robe from Dundees Fifth Street Gym. It also celebrates his achievements in community activism, resistance, politics, spirituality and culture.Ali, a three-time heavyweight champion and social activist, died in June at the age of 74.I am overwhelmed by the incredible generosity LeBron James has shown, Alis wife Lonnie said in a statement. This exhibit will enable children visiting the Smithsonian to learn more about Muhammads work outside of the ring, particularly his humanitarian work and stance on social justice for all people. ... I know that if Muhammad was alive today he would be honored. ' ' '