On this day in sports November 3

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1991: Ayrton Senna wins Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide; shortest F1 race ever run.

1993: Greg Maddux becomes first pitcher since Sandy Koufax to win the National League's Cy Young Award.

1996: Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant becomes the then youngest player to make his NBA debut.

1996: San Francisco 49ers receiver Jerry Rice grabs 3 passes for 45 yards and a TD to become 1st player in NFL.

1997: American racing legend Bill Shoemaker retires from thoroughbred training with a 90 winners.

1999: Los Angeles Lakers debut in the STAPLES Center, with 103-88 win v Vancouver Grizzlies.

2002: Federation Cup Women's Tennis, Gran Canaria, Spain: Janette Husárová beats.

2003: Grant Fuhr, Pat LaFontaine, Red Wings owner Mike Illitch and Ottawa 67’s coach Brian Kilreais.

2013: Bobby Orr's autobiography "Orr: My Story" debuts at the #8 position on The New York.

2019: British Mercedes driver and defending champion Lewis Hamilton finishes second in the US Grand.

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