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Answer: Jerry West
According to the designer of the logo, the NBA has now been using the silhouette of Hall of Famer Jerry West as its logo for over 50 years, though the league itself does not officially acknowledge such.
The 2004 Argentinian basketball team, which was headlined by NBA star Manu Ginóbili in addition to Luis Scola, upset the United States and won the gold medal.
Answer: Jerry Rice
The unmatchable Jerry Rice, a wide receiver, currently holds the record at 208, with second place Emmitt Smith coming in at 175.
Answer: Tomáš Berdych
Andy Murray beat Tomáš Berdych of the Czech Republic in the semi-finals to qualify for the final against Novak Djokovic. Murray went on to win that year's title.
Answer: Aaron Rodgers
In 2018 Aaron Rodgers agreed to a 4-year/$134-million deal with the Green Bay Packers, which is an average of almost $34 million a year. On top of that he received a $58-million signing bonus"!
Answer: 1 Pound
A NFL football weighs about 15 ounces or 1 pound.
Pat Mahomes II recently became only the third player in NFL history to throw 50 touchdowns in a single season, 2018. His father played Major League Baseball from 1992 to 2003.
In 1989, Curtis Strange's victory in the U.S. Open made him the first golfer to win two consecutive U.S. Open Championships, thus, after winning the previous year's competition.
Answer: Derrick Rose
Derrick Rose suffered an ACL injury the following season and though remaining a viable player never regained the MVP form of the earlier days of his career, when he set a record at age 22 for youngest MVP ever.
Answer: England has won the Soccer World Cup a single time in 1966. Their next best finish was 4th in 1990.
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