Where’s Daddy? Back in the Day When Sports Illustrated Covered Truly Pressing SPORTING Issues

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/features/1998/weekly/980504/insidelook.html

Lowlights…

“According to Sports Illustrated, Larry Johnson of the Knicks is supporting five children by four women, including two he has with his wife, and Shawn Kemp of the Cavaliers, who is not married, has fathered seven children. Other NBA players who have been the subject of paternity-related lawsuits include Patrick Ewing, Juwan Howard, Scottie Pippen, Jason Kidd, Stephon Marbury, Hakeem Olajuwon and Gary Payton, as well as Larry Bird, who is now the coach of the Pacers, and current NBC game analyst Isiah Thomas.

In other sports, baseball’s Gary Sheffield and Juan Gonzalez, along with former greats Jim Palmer, Steve Garvey and Pete Rose, have been hit with paternity suits. The NFL names include Andre Rison and Alonzo Spellman; hockey, Mark Messier; boxing, Oscar de la Hoya; and tennis, Roscoe Tanner.”

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3 thoughts on “Where’s Daddy? Back in the Day When Sports Illustrated Covered Truly Pressing SPORTING Issues

  1. True, true. Roscoe Tanner is being chased not only for child support, but also past due court ordered alimony judgments.

    Meanwhile, he is trying to spend down his $2.5 million inheritance before the courts can grab it, and has to keep on the move to evade service of process.

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