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LifetimeThis seven-time Tour de France champion was stripped of all his titles and banned for life for his use of performance-enhancing drugs.
LifetimeThis Chicago White Sox star and seven of his teammates were kicked out of baseball after allegedly fixing the 1919 World Series against the Cincinnati Reds, which the heavily favored Sox lost, 5-3. He hit .375 and committed no errors in the series.
LifetimeThis Los Angeles Clippers owner was walloped with a lifetime ban from the NBA on Tuesday, mere days after the release of audio recordings on which he was heard making racist comments.
LifetimeHe was banned for life and prohibited from being listed on Hall of Fame ballots. Though he denied it for years, he eventually admitted he bet on baseball games as manager of the Reds.
LifetimeThis former Colts quarterback was suspended indefinitely in 1983, reinstated, and then released again. He pleaded guilty to illegal gambling in 1987, after which commissioner Pete Rozelle refused him to re-enter the league.
LifetimeShe became notorious in conjunction with the 1994 attack on her competitor Nancy Kerrigan. It took place at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. Harding's ex-husband and her bodyguard hired Shane Stant to break Kerrigan's leg.
3.5 yearsThis undisputed and undefeated heavyweight champion of the world in 1967, was stripped of his title and initially banned from boxing for life after refusing to be drafted into the Army.
3 yearsThis Yankees owner was banned in 1990 by commissioner Fay Vincent for conspiring with gambler Howie Spira to unearth “dirt” on outfielder Dave Winfield. The combustible Boss returned to manage the club in 1993.
2.5 yearsDuring the 1927 Stanley Cup Finals, this player started a bench-clearing brawl at the behest of Boston Bruins coach Art Ross, assaulted one referee and tackled another. The suspension was lifted in 1929, but he never played in the NHL again.
2 yearsHe initially received an eight-year ban in 2005 — the longest in tennis history — after a second doping violation, which was later reduced.
2 yearsIn 2007, this Atlanta Falcons quarterback was put into prison for dogfighting. The NFL suspended him indefinitely until his release in 2009.
1 yearThis coach was suspended for the entire 2012 NFL season, as a result of his alleged involvement in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, under which 'bounties' were allegedly paid for contact that would 'knock out' targeted players on opposing teams.
162 gamesThis Yankees third baseman was suspended for all of this season for his alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs and his role in the Biogenesis scandal. Arbitration reduced the initial suspension of 211 games.
8 monthsIn January 1995, this Manchester United star was sidelined after attempting to land a kung-fu style kick at a fan in the stands during a match at Crystal Palace.
73 gamesThe Pacers were title favorites at the beginning of the 2004-05 season when this player charged into the stands and fought fans after being hit with a beer during a game against the Pistons, sparking the Malice at the Palace.
68 gamesA star guard on the Warriors, he was suspended for the duration of the 1997-98 season after choking and threatening to kill coach P.J. Carlesimo.

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