There’s a reason San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds is the home run king. At an age where most players experience steep decline, Bonds continued to mash at the plate until he became too toxic for teams to sign. While he was compromised defensively during his final season, Bonds still hit 28 home runs and led the league in walks and on-base percentage as a 42-year-old. He could still play at a high level.
From Harper's BAZAARPrince George is officially going to school. The three-year-old royal will attend Thomas's Battersea School in London starting in September 2017, Kensington Palace announced. His parents Prince
Wilt Chamberlain’s video-game-like dominance over the NBA was completely comical. As an offensive force, 7-foot-1 Chamberlain led the league in scoring during his first seven NBA seasons. Chamberlain’s multiple scoring crowns included his signature 100-point game, during which he abused the 1961-62 New York Knicks in every way possible in Hershey, Penn. That year, Chamberlain averaged 50 points and 25 rebounds per game for the regular season.