Steroids, scandal, poor behavior, failing to win every game. Our athletes have let us down.
Our real athletes, that is. Fictional athletes — the athletes of movies, TV shows and video games — never let us down. That's why it's time for a Fictional Athlete Hall of Fame.
Here is the first class of inductees:

Steroids, scandal, poor behavior, failing to win every game. Our athletes have let us down.Our real athletes, that is. Fictional athletes — the athletes of movies, TV shows and video games — never let us down. That's why it's time for a Fictional Athlete Hall of Fame. Here is the first class of inductees:

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BIO: A star in wrestling, basketball, football, swimming and, track, Slater persevered in the face of simple mathematics by playing 5 sports in 3 seasons. As well as simple logic: no way anyone could maintain hair like that through the rigors of chlorine, wrestling headgear and a football helmet.

His only wrestling loss in high school occurred when he joined a match halfway through, replacing Samuel Powers, who was not even an official member of the Bayside wrestling team. Slater was disqualified after it was discovered that there were, like, 15 things wrong with this.

Albert Slater is seen as an inspiration to all Hispanics with unbelievably white names.

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Real life resemblance: Danny Ainge. But whiter.