Super sperms and super eggs… those are the primary components if you ever want to produce heirs that will dominate one sport. Obviously, my genetics had average sperms and average eggs at best. Next, my siblings got the better sets so I am just resorting to making a list.
Here is my top 10. What would you add to the list?
10. Venus and Serena Williams
You know how boring things become when one sport is dominated by one person. You automatically know that no matter what happens, this player will win.
It’s how things are with Venus and Serena. Sure there are two people but… it’s just them over and over again. It’s boring. They’re great… but boring.
9. Anthony and Candace Parker
WNBA is still not getting the same respect as NBA but hey…
8. Bobby and Jack Charlton
England had won the 1966 World Cup. With tears rolling freely down his cheeks, the exhausted figure of Bobby Charlton walked over to his team-mate and elder brother Jack. As they hugged each other in triumph and relief, Bobby said: “Nobody can ever take this moment away from us.”
But behind the smiles was the bitter fight waiting to start. It was one brother accusing the other of not loving their mother, another calling the other’s wife bad names, one brother accusing the other of betrayal and the other saying the other started it first.
7. Jim and John Paxson
John is is a retired American basketball player. He is currently the VP of Basketball Operations of the National Basketball Association’s Chicago Bulls.Jim Paxson, Jr., formerly general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers, played 11 years with Portland and Boston.
Their father, Jim Paxson Sr., played for two years in the mid-1950s, for the Minneapolis Lakers and the Cincinnati Royals and his brother
6. Thomas and Julius Jones
Julius played college football at the University of Notre Dame and is currently a member of the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League. Before signing with the Saints on October 12, 2010. Julius had stints with the Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks.
Older brother drafted by the Arizona Cardinals seventh overall in the 2000 NFL Draft. He played college football at Virginia. He also played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears and New York Jets.
They became the first brothers to each rush for 1,000 yards in the same season.
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