What'd You Call Me? The 10 Funniest Names In Sports
A great man once said, "When life gives you lemons, throw them at people with funny names."
Unfortunately, I don't have any lemons, so I'll have to do my best to point out the 10 guys you should throw lemons at if you ever see them.
P.S: If you value your life, don't throw any lemons at Ron Artest.
10. Smush Parker
I wish that Smush Parker's basketball skills were as good as his name, because then he could have truly achieved greatness.
However, we all know that Parker was in the NBA for one reason, and one reason only: because his first name is Smush.
What, you want me to use it in a sentence?
"Would you tap that bro? No, but I'd Smush it all day!"
9. Reggie Abercrombie
A great last name for a great player. He was only four tools away from being a five-tool player. Even Willie Mays can't claim that.
8. Dennis Rodman
Sorry I had to play by the rules. Any respectable Bleacher Report writer knows that you have to mention Dennis Rodman's name at least once anytime the words "weird" and "sports" get anywhere near each other.
If you're cool enough to have no last name, then you're definitely cool enough to be on this list.
Only one word could describe this name: Nenelicious.
6. Peerless Price
Peerless Price caught passes from Michael Vick in Atlanta. For information on Vick's career, check back to this Happy Gilmore quote: "The price is wrong @$%&$."
5. Ryan Handworker
His name was either Ryan Handworker or Tiger Woods.(I tend to get those two confused).
I'm pretty sure it was the former though.
4. Milton Bradley
We all played with Milton Bradley toys as kids. Except as kids, we remembered how many outs there were.
3. Coco Crisp
Coco Crisp may be named after a combination of two cereal brands, but it could be worse.
Because we all know that there's only one thing worse then being named after cereal: playing for the Kansas City Royals. Oh, wait he did that too. Gasp.
2. Sneeze Achiu
Pop Quiz: Who was the first Asian player to play in the NFL?
If your answer was Sneeze Achiu, then give yourself a pat on the back because you're right on.
Shockingly enough, I couldn't find a picture of Sneeze (he played in the 1800's), so I'll entertain you with a picture of this guy.
1. Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila
Say that three times fast. I triple-dog dare you.