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There were plenty of long faces in the final minutes, including those of (from left) Rasheed Wallace, Marquis Daniels, Glen Davis, and Kendrick Perkins. There were plenty of long faces in the final minutes, including those of (from left) Rasheed Wallace, Marquis Daniels, Glen Davis, and Kendrick Perkins. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Gary Washburn
Globe Staff / February 26, 2010

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They say that when heavyweight champion Jack Johnson covered his eyes from the blazing Havana sun and rested on his right leg on the canvas, he officially surrendered in the 26th round against Jess Willard in 1915. (Full article: 884 words)

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