9 Athletes with a Ridiculous Amount of Kids (Legitimate and Otherwise)

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 7 years ago '06        #21
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 Russ369 said:
@ George Foreman naming all his sons George... He shoulda named atleast one Ali...
theres also Freeda George and Georgetta
 7 years ago '05        #22
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Few names i didnt expect to see on that list, but seriously, how was Cromartie not on the list???

I mean the most impressive thing about cromartie, is that hes only 26 years old and already has 8 kids by 7 mothers, by the time he retires, he could easily break all the records!


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 7 years ago '05        #23
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 lboog1423 said:
Six children with four different women is pretty impressive, I guess. Embracing his role as the “anti-Kurt Warner”, Faulk was busy drilling for yardage both on and off the field, but still lags Travis Henry in the “bastard children” stat line. However, as much s3x as Henry is having in prison, it is unlikely that any of it will result in children, leaving the door open for Faulk to get his freak on during his retired years.
this whole paragraph is gold...
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Cromartie actually facepalms himself in that video...
 11-22-2010, 03:51 PM         #24
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 FalconBuddha said:
Few names i didnt expect to see on that list, but seriously, how was Cromartie not on the list???

I mean the most impressive thing about cromartie, is that hes only 26 years old and already has 8 kids by 7 mothers, by the time he retires, he could easily break all the records!

my Xbest friendsX baby dad has 12 kids and hes 24 year old 2 time felon. No job. no license. No car. Lives with one of the 5 baby moms
 7 years ago '05        #25
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that cromartie video is classic
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"However, as much s3x as Henry is having in prison, it is unlikely that any of it will result in children....."

Damn who knew Scott Skiles was a pimp????


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 7 years ago '10        #27
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 Mil_Town_G said:
damn I know they child support checks ain't no joke
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no wilt?
thats lebron daddy
 7 years ago '06        #29
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How come Ray Lewis not on the list?? n*gga got like 6 of them. While Calvin Muprhy got 14 kids by 9 different women. You got to redo that list and look on the Spike TV site.

10. Charles Rogers, Unemployed (Former Number Two Overall NFL Draft Pick) - Five children with four different women
After knocking up two separate women before leaving high school, it’s hard to imagine that five-star recruit Charles Rogers would end up spending the majority of his adult life on police reports and NFL “Where are they now?” specials. As one of the single most talented receivers in college football history, the 6-foot-3 wide receiver entered the NFL as a can’t-miss prospect that Matt Millen claimed would become the face of the Detroit Lions franchise (which, oddly turned out to be sort of true).

Much like Matt Millen (whose ironic new role analyzing college football players for ESPN is sort of like hiring the captain of the Hindenburg to be a safety consultant for U.S. Airways), Rogers was a complete and utter failure. He logged just 14 NFL games before leaving the league in 2005, just in time to collect his fifth mouth to feed and an arrest for passing out drunk at a Mexican restaurant in Michigan at three in the afternoon.


9. Larry Johnson, Charlotte Hornets / New York Knicks (Family Matters) - Five children with four different women
It’s remarkable that a man who was forced to dress up like an elderly woman in order to teach Eddie Winslow an important lesson about morality and nerd acceptance has such little respect for the whole “s3x before marriage concept” that 22 percent of Missouri high school students called “the excuse I tell people when they ask why I’m still a virgin.”

Johnson is currently retired from basketball, but did express interest in returning to the New York Knicks in a "leadership role." Seems like a great idea, because what a franchise that specializes in luxury tax payments and s3xually harassing employees needs right now is an aging lothario who looked at the script to Space Jam and thought, “I’m totally cool having fewer lines than Shawn Bradley and Elmer Fudd.” (Nothing but smart decisions from a man who lists “not getting that fat” on his list of post-career achievements.)


8. Marshall Faulk, St. Louis Rams (NFL) - Six children with at least four women
Marshall Faulk must not have been paying attention during Kurt Warner’s annual “Just because Jesus loves you, doesn’t mean he approves of nailing every Cheesecake Factory waitress with a botched boob job and paternity lawyer on speed dial,” speech. Faulk, whose child support payments rival his career yardage, joined the NFL’s “frequent impregnator program” in the late 1990s and has been one of its most valuable members ever since. His commitment to casual s3x and inability to decipher the complexities of condom use make him a first ballot shoe-in for the “Is That Kid Mine?” Hall of Fame (which for some inexplicable reason is directly next to the NBA head offices in New York).


7. Ray Lewis, Baltimore Ravens (NFL) - Six children with multiple women
As the only Super Bowl MVP to have both family court and federal prison listed under the “favorites” tab of his GPS system, Ray Lewis has become the single most litigious athlete to ever be refused entrance into Disneyland after winning a Super Bowl. (Mickey Mouse wanted to get drunk and use Trent Dilfer as a wingman to score with thes.lutty Norwegian midget on the “It’s a Small World” ride, instead.)

After using the popular “you can’t technically prove it was me, and not my friend, who repeatedly stabbed that guy” defense to avoid a murder conviction in 2000, Lewis decided to devote his life to family and complaining about his quarterback, telling ESPN that he even sets aside an entire night every week to spend with two of the children whose names he can still remember. (Mostly because one of them is called Ray Lewis.)


6. Antonio Cromartie, San Diego Chargers (NFL) - Seven children with multiple women in five different states
Call him what you will. “The Phallic Phenom,” “The Prophylactic Prodigy,” “The Knock Up Knock Out,” or simply “The Stork.” The only thing Antonio Cromartie (or as he’s known in paternity court – defendant AH12-1987) has more of than nicknames is illegitimate children. At just 25-years-old, the San Diego Chargers’ standout cornerback continues to show his preference to pigskin over sheepskin every time he visits a different NFL city.

However, before you go blaming Cromartie for his inability to "stop having children," there are a few important things to remember. For starters, Cromartie struggles with difficult coverage and is not so great in “preventative” defensive schemes both on and off the field. Secondly, allegations from a Florida State University tutor claimed that while playing for the Seminoles, Cromartie read at a second grade level, making it possible that he’s been confusing balloons and/or Kit Kat wrappers for condoms. Finally, there’s not a lot of people who like this guy (just ask the gentleman whose head he allegedly smashed a bottle over), so maybe he’s just increasing his fanbase one paternity suit at a time. Quite frankly, there are a lot of possible reasons as to why he’s on pace to father well over three dozen children.

5. Shawn Kemp, Seattle Supersonics (NBA) - Seven children with six different women (though recent reports claim it may be as many as 11)
Even though he may not lead the NBA in paternity suits (or know how to spell the words “paternity” or “suit”), Shawn Kemp has established himself as the face of non-marital baby-making in professional basketball. The former all-star and current McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish-eating champion’s refusal to stop procreating has made him one of the most notable scumbags in the league and the subject of a heart-warming Sports Illustrated cover story titled “Where’s Daddy?” in the late 1990s.

His most talented son, Shawn Kemp Jr., is currently one of the top high school athletes in the country and has committed to play basketball for the University of Auburn next year. If he works hard, eats his vegetables, and refuses to wear a condom, the younger Kemp could grow up to father his own crop of illegitimate children before getting arrested on the side of a Washington highway with cocaine, 60 grams of marijuana, and a semi-automatic weapon – just like the guy who kind of raised him.


4. Jason Caffey, Chicago Bulls (NBA) - 10 children with eight different women
In 2004, the Milwaukee Bucks decided that giving Jason Caffey $11 million to not play for them was the best decision for a franchise that relied on an aging Toni Kukoc. In all fairness, everybody knows that Croatians hit their prime right around 37, though. (It’s almost like the Bucks thought that the massive panic attack Caffey was hospitalized over made him “less than clutch.”)

The early career exit did give Caffey time to focus on his true passion – impregnating random women, as the round mound of bed-pound notched enough illegitimate children to earn him a “failure to pay child support” arrest and brief cameo on Nancy Grace’s nightly “here’s-why-I-hate-men-athon.”


3. Evander Holyfield, Boxing - 11 children by an untold number of women
As the only active athlete to appear on both The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and America’s Funniest Foreclosure Videos, Evander Holyfield has become one of the most iconic figures in professional boxing thanks to his tremendous work ethic and willingness to f!ght anybody for $13 and bus fare home. He sacrificed his ear, dignity, and majority of functioning brain cells for the sport, yet all he has left to show for it is two curling teams worth of illegitimate children and a promising career welcoming tourists to a Las Vegas Blvd adjacent Hometown Buffet.


2. Travis Henry, Denver Broncos (NFL/Colorado Penal System) - 11 kids with 10 different women
Not the sharpest taco in the shed, Travis Henry never seemed to quite grasp the concept of safe s3x or sobriety – living his life with a dedication to recklessness that Lindsay Lohan might call “a massive turn-on” if she wasn’t too busy cleaning dried vomit from the dusty mirror she keeps in the car she purchased with her Herbie the Lovebug residual checks.

As a former NFL running back who led the league in marijuana-related suspensions, it’s fair to say that “decision-making” and “not being a complete a**hole” weren’t high on Henry’s list of strengths at the 2001 NFL Draft. He collected his first failed marriage at 18, started his out-of-wedlock pregnancy streak shortly after, and had enough illegitimate kids to form an entire NFL defense by the time he turned 30. If only he didn’t get sentenced to a few years in prison for his role in a massive cocaine distribution syndicate in 2009, he may have been the only active NFL player to average more children-per-year than yards-per-carry.

Oh, and don’t let the math fool you. Henry didn’t actually sleep with the same woman twice. One of his transgressions resulted in twins.



1. Calvin Murphy, Houston Rockets (NBA) - 14 children with nine different women
Do you know any syphilitic, one-legged meth-addicted hookers who like lighting things on fire and talking about commitment? If so, the Houston Rockets alumni a.ssociation may have someone willing to violate her behind a T.G.I. Fridays while Vernon Maxwell films it.

Not only does former NBA star Calvin Murphy seem to be allergic and/or have a religious aversion to prophylactics, but he also appears to be willing to nail anything with a third grade understanding of room service and reproductive organs. The reigning champion of the baby momma Olympics would actually need to disown two of his children to get under the NBA maximum number of active players if he used his discarded offspring to form an expansion franchise. (Maybe the “Baltimore Bastards” or “Michigan Marital Mistakes?”)

The “and one” on Murphy’s slam dunk of impregnation may be the five different molestation cases launched by his daughters. Don’t worry, though, sports/paternal r*pe fans - he got off…

The NBA... Where Dreams Come True (provided of course your dreams involve divorce and public shame).

Honorable Mention: Karl Malone, who had his first illegitimate kid in college when knocked up a 13-year-old junior high school girl. He's sort of like the Kerry Wood of bastard creation. Blazing start to his career, but just didn't end on a strong note after getting stalled at three kids.



But I didn't know about Scott Skiles.
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Shawn Kemp out with the family


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elijah dukes!
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 lboog1423 said:
9. Larry Johnson

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Grandmama was no lady off the court. The number one pick from UNLV sired five kids from four lucky ladies, who currently are getting royalty checks from Converse and “React Juice” sent straight to their houses, circumventing the middleman. He hasn’t made any headlines or fathered any kids since retiring with back problems in 2001, which I guess is something of a success for a guy that has more than a few bastard kids running around.


8. Charles Rodgers

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Five children with four women. He impregnated two women before leaving high school, which is something I never had the joy of doing in prep school. However, he had the misfortune of a) being a pretty big screw-up, and b) playing under Matt Millen for the Lions, who was kind of a screw-up himself. His biggest statistical achievement during the NFL was popping out his fifth kid, which almost matched the total number of games in which he played (15). If this list was a “kids per paycheck” list, he would be the grand champion. As it stands, he’s just a really horny dude that played football for a minute.


7.Marshall Faulk

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Six children with four different women is pretty impressive, I guess. Embracing his role as the “anti-Kurt Warner”, Faulk was busy drilling for yardage both on and off the field, but still lags Travis Henry in the “bastard children” stat line. However, as much s3x as Henry is having in prison, it is unlikely that any of it will result in children, leaving the door open for Faulk to get his freak on during his retired years.


6.Shawn Kemp

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Kemp is confirmed to have fathered seven children with six women, though the number of both children and women is a.ssumed to be higher. This intriguing statistic begs the question, “Who was the lucky lady that was able to draw Kemp back for seconds?” Was she a poet? Did she teach autistic kids the therapeutic values of classical music? Was it Drew Barrymore? Historical records are sketchy, but, sadly, he or she did not find true love, as they are no longer together. Kemp was a hard-working father, though. He continued to provide for his children long after his NBA career ended, when he was found with cocaine, pot, and a pistol. It’s too bad we have to wait 7 months to dole out a retroactive father of the year award.

5.Kenny Anderson

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Seven Children from five different moms, three of which were girlfriends (interpret that how you will) and two were from good ole’-fashioned wives. We can probably a.ssume that he’s not married to more than one of the wives at press time, unless he’s starting a “Sister Wives” type reality show. Anerson boasts two baby mamas of note: Tami Akbar, “star” of Real World: Los Angeles, and Spinderella from Salt n’ Pepa, who presumably never got around to talking to Anderson about s3x.

4. Scott Skiles

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When you read that Scott Skiles has at least six kids, you say to yourself, “I’m not surprised. Mormons have a lot of kids.” When you learn that Scott Skiles has at least six kids out of wedlock, you run the range of human emotions that Brad Pitt does at the end of “Se7en,” which culminates in chucking your laptop against the wall because everything you know in this world is wrong. He will be coaching until he can’t hold a clipboard with that many mouths to feed. There’s a joke to be made about Skiles being the record holder for a.ssists in a game (30), but I’ve got enough faith in you, the reader, that I’m not going to spoon feed you one. Have fun with it. That’s what the comments are for.

3. Evander Holyfield

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A boxer with children out of wedlock? My faith in humanity is shaken. He has nine kids out of wedlock and two with his current wife, making him…extremely fertile. In keeping with boxing law, Holyfield has filed bankruptcy after one baby mama, Toi Irvin (related to Michael Irvin in my mind) has sued him for non-payment of $3k per month child support, and the bank foreclosed on his $10 million Atlanta mansion. The worst part of this whole story is that he can’t even donate his ear for money. Get it? Cause a rapist bit it off! Comedy!

2. Travis Henry

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Variety is the spice of life. Having sired nine kids by nine women, (reports of eleven are unconfirmed) that’s apparently the credo that Travis Henry, recipient of our TPS “Spreading Your Seed Award” lives by. He also lives by the skin of his teeth, as his lawyer had estimated that he spends $170k per year in child support payments. As such, it’s no surprise that Henry decided to moonlight as a cocaine money man. It’s also no surprise that he got caught, as athletes make for awful, awful criminals. Aside from a ten-year sentence, he got hit with about $4 million in fines. Thank God he saved all his money from the NFL. What’s that? Oh. Snap.

1. George Foreman

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Foreman has eleven kids, which is impressive. And kind of crazy. All six of his sons are named George, with the suffixes II, III, IV, etc. It’s also pretty clear that Foreman doesn’t TOTALLY understand naming conventions and suffixes. Oh well. Aside for the high number of offspring and the insane use of ordinal numbers in naming his male offspring, it seems that George can distance himself from other characters on this list by being a father that doesn’t make headlines with illegitimate children or faulty parenting, so name your kids whatever you want, George. You seem to be raising them okay, as far as we know.
laughing at scott skiles being in the top ten :lachen001:

where is Gary Payton or the Dugar Family ?
 7 years ago '07        #33
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SMFH How does this happen. How do you not learn after the 7th time lmao. I be extra cautios with mine tho I pull out even with a rubber and my girl on the pill. These dudes must really hate contraceptive devices or somes**t... also @ George Foreman, n*gga is so full of himself naming all his kids George, is thi sn*gga serious. Go grill a burger u d!ckhead.
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Except for the broke dudes, those baby Mommas laughing all the way to the bank! "Suck a d!ck until a million appear" - T.I. Well maybe just lay there. That seems to work even better. I would've gotten myself fixed after 3 damn kids! smh!! LOL!
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Honorable Mention: Karl Malone, who had his first illegitimate kid in college when knocked up a 13-year-old junior high school girl. He's sort of like the Kerry Wood of bastard creation. Blazing start to his career, but just didn't end on a strong note after getting stalled at three kids.

no wonder he stayed in Utah for that long.
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Marshall Faulk caught me off guard. He seems like he got his head on straight compared to nutcases like Shawn Kemp. At least Faulk is still respected and is an analyst to support all his kids.
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