1Allen Iverson "Practice" press conference, May 7, 2002:

The granddaddy of all "Daily News Live" shows. "I mean listen, we're sitting here talking about practice, not a game, not a game, not a game, but we're talking about practice." That's all that needs to be said.

2 The 9/11 show, Sept. 12, 2001: A very poignant show, when then-Phillies manager Larry Bowa called in to reflect on the terrorist attacks on the Unites States the day before.

3 Dick Jerardi Makeover, Feb. 15, 2001: Jerardi, who first appeared on "Daily News Live" with an ultracasual, long-haired look, gets converted into a GQ runway model.

4 Super Bowl week, 2005: "Daily News Live" was in Jacksonville. Host Michael Barkann complained the whole week that it was too cold for an outside remote. The Tuesday after the Super Bowl came the now infamous blowup between Marcus Hayes and Michael Barkann, when Hayes uttered his "Michael, shut up," comment.

5 "DNL" debuts, Oct. 1, 1997: The show that launched Comcast SportsNet in Philadelphia. Bill Conlin, Les Bowen, and Michael Barkann appeared, with Comcast SportsNet chairman (then-president and CEO) Jack Williams, who had a cast on his right leg. "I'd wish you luck by saying break a leg, but you've already done that," Conlin told Williams.

- Joseph Santoliquito