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What’s Your One Shining Moment?

Executives at a Bloomberg sports business summit recount their highs and lows—but mostly lows—as athletes.

“I went to high school in New York City and grew up a huge Knicks fan. We played in a basketball tournament at Madison Square Garden—a dream come true. I wanted to make a splash. I was 0 for 12 with

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