The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree: 25 athletes who out-shine their parents

[post_page_title]Kevin & Stan Love[/post_page_title]
Kevin Love’s father, Stan Love, was picked 9th overall by the Baltimore Bullets in 1971. But Stan played only four seasons in the NBA, with the Bullets, Lakers and Spurs. He retired in 1975 averaging just 6.6 points a game. Then you look at Kevin Love, who had the chance to play for the NBA Championships three years in a row, and claimed a ring for himself in 2016. Kevin is averaging 18.4 points and 11.5 rebounds for his career.

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