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That's my boy: Father and son sports stars

Published: Mar 18 2013 04:01:24 PM EDT   Updated On: Mar 29 2013 10:46:31 AM EDT

Do the names on some of the jerseys worn by NCAA men’s basketball players look familiar to you? That’s because some of the top college players competing in this year’s NCAA tournament are the sons of former pro athletes. Take a look at some pairs of fathers and sons who both went on to excel in sports.

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Do the names on some of the jerseys worn by NCAA men’s basketball players look familiar to you? That’s because some of the top college players competing in this year’s NCAA tournament are the sons of former pro athletes. Take a look at some pairs of fathers and sons who both went on to excel in sports.

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