I also enjoy watching these athletes, each one representing a different sport. I don't really have a favorite sport, though. Hence the widely different atheletes below.
|David Robinson is, in my opinion, one of the few true role models in the NBA today, as well as a talented center for the San Antonio Spurs...well, this past season doesn't count due to his back problems.
Trivia question: how many players in the NBA, including David Robinson, have a bachelor's degree from a accredited four-year college or university? I mean, with all these kids jumping from high school to the NBA, it makes me think...
|Yes, it is sad that students in logic classes at San Francisco State had to prove that Jerry's knee didn't exist.
However, even though the human record book is one-of-a-kind, the 49ers are still a damn fine team. Even if Green Bay beat them.
About Jerry Rice's decision to attempt a comeback on December 15, I will not be one to second guess him. It was great to see him play this season, even though the time was rather short. I look forward to seeing him next season.
|Michael Chang, in my opinion, is the best professional tennis player who has never attained #1 status.
It makes one wonder why Michael almost always chokes at Grand Slam events, but rarely in any other ATP tournaments. Visit Michael's cyberspace, and e-mail him to ask him that question...
|Yes, I have my own page on Tiger Woods. Even though I generally dislike Nike. I just separate Tiger from his association with Nike. I mean, there are plenty of things to talk about when someone mentions Tiger...like his golf game.|