Top 10 suspensions of all-time

So LeBron James loses out on a few games? That's nothing Page 2's Jeff Merron writes as he takes a look at the most memorable suspensions of all time.

Updated: February 7, 2003, 2:06 PM ET
By Jeff Merron | Page 2 columnist

LeBron James got a couple of free shirts and won't play any more high school games. Big deal? The kid misses a few high school games and heads right to the NBA, as planned. It's a blip, a speed bump, a minor incident compared to the biggest sports bans and suspensions ever.

1. Muhammad Ali Ali refused to go into the Army in 1967, famously declaring he had no quarrel with the Viet Cong. The New York State Athletic Commission declared it had a quarrel with Ali, and took away his license. ...

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