Pro Tip: Pick your decrepit grandmother as your teammate.
Unless your opposing family members are truly horrible people, they'll never hit the shuttlecock in her direction out of mercy cutting off half the court and give you a huge advantage.
And if you somehow lose? Just blame it on ol' granny. "Greatest Generation my ass, Gram-Gram!"
Her teacher should be thrown out of Chicago.
Video No One Likes Mark DeRosa
This is how you're treated when you hit .218.
2. The 2013 Astros will have an All-Star!
3. This year the Astros have beaten nine different MLB teams! The Rangers, Mariners, Angels, Indians, Yankees, Tigers, Pirates and Royals have all fallen to the Astros!
4. The Astros beat the New York Yankees, 9-1, on April 29, 2013. The Yankees have a $200 million payroll and own the most championships in baseball history, yet they lost by eight runs to the Astros!
5. None of the Astros' players have tested positive for steroids this year!
#1 1993 NBA Finals
What Happened: In Game 6 of the 1993 NBA Finals, with the Bulls leading the series 3-2, Chicago gets the ball trailing 98-96 with 14.4 seconds left. Jordan brings the ball up the court, but is stopped by Kevin Johnson and forced to pass. The Bulls eventually swing the ball around to John Paxson, who hits a game-winning 3-pointer with 3.9 seconds left.
How It's Remembered: In Game 7 of the 1993 NBA Finals, as the final seconds tick away, Michael Jordan leaps off of John Paxson's back beyond the 3-point line, soars over the entire Suns team, and completes a 360-dunk as the final horn sounds to win the championship. He then high-fives Mars Blackmon at mid-court.
#2 The Flu Game
What Happened: Fighting a stomach illness during Game 5 of the 1997 Finals in Utah, Jordan scores 38 points to lead the Bulls to a 3-2 series lead over the Jazz.
How It's Remembered: Despite a fever of 125 degrees, Jordan posts a quadruple-double against the Jazz, going for double figures in points, rebounds, assists, and number of times he actually died during the game.
They should get "Probably Not" printed up on t-shirts.
The Astros have been taking a No. 2 for years now, so no big deal.
"I know this may rub some people in the Bears organization the wrong way. And some Bears fans, too, probably," said Urlacher. "But it's my right to end my career the way I want to end it, and doing it as a member of the Green Bay Packers unquestionably the best franchise in the NFC North throughout my career and, really, all of NFC North history brings me great joy. Not being a member of the Bears on this day is the highlight of my career."
Urlacher then fought back tears as he spoke about how much it means to him to no longer be a part of the Bears: "You dream of this your whole career but never really believe it could happen," he said, tears rolling down his cheeks.
The linebacker's press conference was attended by many Packers players in a sign of respect for all of his accomplishments.
"Brian was one of the greats," said quarterback Aaron Rodgers. "If the Bears had more players like him, they wouldn't always be so easy to beat."