LAST GAME DETERMINATION
Sharon Fanning, head basketball coach for women at the University of Kentucky, tells of a young athlete named David Moss. He played basketball for the University of Tennessee and started as a freshman. He got to play a lot of games that year. However, when the season was over, David discovered that he had cancer. His leg had to be amputated. This ended his career in basketball. When the press interviewed him after the operation, someone asked, “David, if there is anything in life that you could do over, what would it be?” He simply replied, “Well, if I had known that was my last game, nobody would have been able to stop me.”
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