OK, OK, it’s short for Patricia. But after eight NCAA championships and 1,098 career wins — the most in NCAA basketball history — the late great Tennessee Lady Vols head coach deserves an honorary mention.
The former Texas Tech quarterback is expected to go high in the 2017 NFL Draft.
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The Arizona Diamondbacks lefty was an All Star in 2013, but missed the 2014 season with an elbow injury and has since struggled to regain his standing.
The Irish boxer (left) competed in the featherweight and super featherweight divisions and was once 27-0 — the most consecutive wins ever by an Irish boxer.
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The veteran quarterback had a career year with the Jets in 2015, but is now a free agent.
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The PGA and European Tour golfer most notably won the WGC-Cadillac Championship in 2014.
Former pro tennis player and younger brother to John won the men’s doubles French Open in 1989.
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The Houston Rockets guard was NBA all-defensive second team in 2014 and the NBA skills challenge champ in 2015.
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The Bengals cornerback out of Alabama just re-signed a five-year $52.5 million contract with Cincinnati.
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The Australian basketball player won a championship with the Spurs.
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A true American hero: Former Arizona Cardinals safety who joined the Army Rangers in the aftermath of Sept. 11 and was killed in combat.
Three-time Stanley Cup winner with the Chicago Blackhawks, Kane also won the Conn Smythe Tophy winner in 2013 and the Hart Memorial in 2016.
Figure skater who was a three-time world champion, nine-time Canadian national champion, and won silver at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
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Ex-49ers linebacker and seven-time Pro Bowler who spent his entire eight-season NFL career with the San Francisco 49ers.
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Three-time Stanley Cup champion and alternate captain of the Dallas Stars who also boasts an Olympic gold medal with the Canadian team at the 2014 Sochi Winter Games.
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Former midfielder who won three Serie A titles with Internazionale, an FA Cup with Man City and a World Cup with France. He's now head coach of New York City FC.
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The most successful woman in the history of American open-wheel racing.
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Arizona Cardinals’ first-team All-Pro considered one of the best cornerbacks in the league.
The former Australian tennis player and two-time U.S. Open champion who was No. 1 in the world in 1999 and remains undefeated against Roger Federer.
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Regarded as one of the greatest goalies of all time, Roy won four Stanley Cups, three Vezina and three Conn Smythe trophies in his 19 seasons in the NHL, and was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2006.
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One of the greatest NBA coaches of all time, Riley has coached the Lakers and Heat to five championship titles and now serves as Miami president.
Knicks legend, NCAA tournament champion at Georgetown, Hall of Famer and U.S. Olympic Hall of Famer as a member of the original Dream Team at the 1992 Olympics. One of the greatest players in NBA history. It’s a no-brainer.