sportsPeople here don’t identify themselves by their sports team. Michael Wilbon Previous Post My commitment to Atlanta and passion for sports and competition make this acquisition a perfect fit for me. Next Post A mind at peace, a mind centered and not focused on harming others, is stronger than any physical force in the universe. Talk radio has almost ruined the sports fan. I regard sports first and foremost as entertainment, so dry documentary narration is not for me. I have a pretty expanded view of what art is. I include pop music and even some sports. I always seem to get parts where I play the sports professional – and that’s not me at all! Anyone could be in the orchestra, or sports team, or arts club at my school. It was precisely the kind of inclusivity that now meets with a sort of scorn and derision as a prizes-for-all culture that generates only mediocrity. There’s something so insulting about the idea that including lots of people means mediocrity. Since my induction into the Sports Hall of Fame, I have wanted to have my No. 3 Chevy on exhibit for sports fans to see. I hope others will enjoy the car as much as I have. I grew up playing sports. There is a clear line between success and failure. I love sports – if I’m not acting, I’m probably doing sports. I pick projects according to how fascinating they are to me, and it has resulted in a broad reach. My records are actually in five different sports: balloons, airplanes, airships, gliders, and sailboats.