There is a growing trend of athletes bringing their children to the microphones with them. One thing seems to come true every time with this trend: You cannot predict or control their behavior.
Interviews in sports have grown static. The process is simple: A reporter asks a question, and an athlete answers without emotion. Coaches occasionally blow up (see: John Tortorella), or athletes respond sarcastically (see: Bryce Harper), but rarely is there much entertainment.
Interviewing a kid is often much more amusing. Here are the best interviews with athletes' children.