Sportsmanlike Conduct of the Day

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In Sunday's Euro 2012 final, the Italians, already losing by a wide margin, were forced to play a man down after losing their third and final substitution to injury.

After Spain went on to score two more goals to make the score 4-0, goalkeeper and captain Iker Casillas pleaded with the referee to end the match early out of "respect for the rival."

His gesture ended the Italians' misery just 30 seconds early, but it still deserves a place among some of the classier moves in sports.

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Sportsmanlike Conduct of the Day

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Sportsmanlike Conduct of the Day
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A short while ago, LeBron James tweeted this photo of him and his Miami Heat teammates wearing hoodies in solidarity with Trayvon Martin's family and friends.

According to the Palm Beach Post's Heat Zone, James is the one who organized the photo and made it happen.

Earlier today, Dwyane Wade also tweeted a photo of himself in a hoodie along with the hashtag #trayvonmartin.

[@kingjames / heatzone.]

Class Act of the Day

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Class Act of the Day: While Ravens fans go apesh*t and the Internet makes mean mashups, Ray Lewis demonstrates sportsmanship in his post-game response to

Sportsmanlike Conduct of the Day

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Sportsmanlike Conduct of the Day: Everton goalie Tim Howard scores against Bolton from 100 yards away, remains classy as f*ck while doing so.

"I let him know that I was feeling for him," the US national team member told Sky Sports after speaking with Bolton keeper Adam Bogdan. "It's not a nice place to be. I've been there before, a long, long time ago, and that was why I didn't celebrate."

Despite Howard becoming only the fourth goalkeeper in the Premie