Former NBA All Star John Drew... If you don't know do your Googles but he was a beast in the 80s....
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@_kw15’s 46 points are tied for only the 11th-highest scoring total a player has put up in a game this season. It’s still a lot of points, but the noteworthy part is that Walker did this in only 28 minutes of playing time— the shortest shift any player has needed to crest 40 points this season — thanks in large part to that absurd 10-for-14 shooting line from beyond the arc. The 10 threes tie Steph Curry for the most anybody has made in a game in 2017-18, according to Basketball Reference.
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Every Friday, Tuffy fields a question that benefits from his worldly wisdom as #TheMostInterestingRhinoInTheWorld. This week’s question is: “What's the big deal about sports? What does anyone get out of it?” Tuffy’s answer: "You're touching on a topic that's very personal and important to me. I grew up playing multiple sports, and lettered in soccer, football, basketball and bowling in high school. Besides the obvious health benefits of playing sports, it provides important lessons that will help us throughout life. Team sports teach us the value of teamwork, and on relying on the strengths and talents of others to achieve goals. It teaches us how to lead, but also how to follow in a way that helps us improve. Sports is often seen as a social equalizer - for example, when you're on the football field and someone levels you with a big hit, the fact that you drive a Ferrari isn't going to change the fact that you're going to get up with birds chirping around your head. Playing sports is also great way to develop friendships and expand your social network. And while I think this was more true when I was growing up than it is now, sports helps us learn how to accept defeat graciously, to toughen our resolve, and to teach us discipline. Today, those lessons aren't being taught as much, either because less kids are playing sports, or if they are, they're getting prizes merely for participating. That eliminates the need to confront adversity and learn the lessons that come from doing so. All these things are important skills and lessons that help us make ourselves better people, and why sports is a big deal.