Answer: Roger Federer
More information: Roger Federer beat James Blake to secure the 2006 Tennis Masters Cup, which was his 12th tennis championship title in that year. The tournament was played in China.
Answer: Bow Wow
More information: In 2017, Bow Wow recounted a tale when, as a child visiting Michael Jordan's home, His Airness discarded a pair of his Allen Iverson Reeboks and took additional offense to Bow Wow wearing shorts from a college (Duke) that rivals the one Jordan went to (North Carolina).
Answer: Walter Payton
More information: During his reign in the 70's and 80's, Walter "Sweetness" Payton (1954-1999), a running back, set a number of offensive records.
Answer: Derrick Rose
More information: 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: Cedric Maxwell
More information: Despite being featured on a team with three future Hall of Famers, the relatively-obscure Cedric Maxwell was most credited with leading the team to victory during the 1981 NBA Finals.
Answer: Dwayne Wade
More information: NBA superstar Dwayne Wade married movie actress Gabrielle Union in August 2014, and in the process, they formed a Hollywood power couple.
Answer: Russell White
More information: Despite being one of the greatest players in the history of the University of Berkley, California Golden Bears, Russell White only played a single season in the NFL, which was 1993 with the Los Angeles Rams.
Answer: Mark Jackson
More information: As of 2018, Mark Jackson's 1987-88 record of 868 assists (10.6/game) as a rookie has yet to be broken.
Answer: Gustavo Kuerten
More information: Gustavo Kuerten won the men's singles 2000 French Open tournament after a 6-2, 6-3, 2-6, and 7-6 victory over Magnus Norman of Sweden.