Athletes and Their Athlete Fathers
Eli, Peyton and Archie Manning
Archie's legacy lives on, as his two sons have each won two Super Bowls. Archie made two Pro Bowls, while Peyton made 14 and Eli four.
Ken Griffey Jr. and Sr.
While playing together on the Mariners in 1990, the duo hit back-to-back homers, the only father-son pair in history to do so. Ken Sr. made three All-Star games over his 19-year career, while Junior made 13 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016.
Kobe and Joe Bryant
More than 20 years before Kobe Bryant would come to be known as the "Black Mamba," Joe "Jellybean" Bryant had an eight-year NBA career. Kobe made 18 All-Star games through 20 NBA seasons, won five NBA titles, two finals MVPs and one regular season MVP.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Jr.
Dale Jr. was born into a family full of racing history. His father was a seven-time Winston Cup champion, and his grandfather, Ralph, was the winner of NASCAR's 1956 National Sportsman division.
Bobby and Brett Hull
While playing for the Phoenix Coyotes, Brett wore his father's retired No. 9 Winnipeg Jets sweater for the final five games of his career. 12-time NHL All-Star Bobby and eight-time All-Star Brett are both in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Marty, Gordie and Mark Howe
Hall of Famer Gordie, otherwise known as "Mr. Hockey", played 25 years for the Detroit Red Wings, winning six scoring titles and six MVP awards. In 1973, he came out of retirement at age 45 to play with his sons in the WHA, where they led the Houston Aeros to two championships. They later skated on the NHL's 1979-80 Hartford Whalers. Gordie played 32 pro seasons in all, finally retiring at age 52. Mark had a distinguished 16-year NHL career, 10 of them with Philadelphia.
Laila and Muhammad Ali
Laila's 2001 fight against Jackie Frazier-Lyde was dubbed Ali/Frazier IV, in honor of the three famous bouts between Laila's and Jackie's fathers, Muhammad and Joe.
Calvin and Grant Hill
More than 30 years after Calvin won the NFL Rookie of the Year award as a running back for Dallas, his son Grant shared the 1994-95 NBA Rookie of the Year award with Jason Kidd. Calvin made four Pro Bowls in his 12-year NFL career, while Grant was seven-time All-Star through 18 NBA seasons.
Joakim and Yannick Noah
Championships run in this family: Yannick won the 1983 French Open while Joakim led Florida to two NCAA men's basketball titles. Joakim has named an NBA All-Star twice since being drafted ninth overall by the Chicago Bulls in 2007.
Clay Matthews III and Jr.
The Matthews family brand grew even bigger after USC alum linebacker Clay Matthews III helped lead the Green Bay Packers to a Super Bowl win in 2011. His father, Clay Matthews Jr., was an All-America at USC and played 19 seasons at linebacker in the NFL. Even Clay Matthews Sr. played four seasons at defensive end with the San Francisco 49ers in the 1950s while Clay III's brother Casey played linebacker with the Philadelphia Eagles for four seasons since being drafted in 2011.
Brent and Rick Barry
Brent, the second youngest of Hall of Famer Rick's four children, had a more successful NBA career than his three brothers, playing 14 seasons and winning two championships with San Antonio.
Felipe and Moises Alou
Felipe had the unique honor of managing his son in the major leagues. Moises was managed by his father with the Montreal Expos from 1992 to '96 and again in 2005 with the San Francisco Giants.
Barry and Bobby Bonds
Barry and Bobby Bonds are the only two players in major league history to have hit 300 home runs and stolen 400 bases in a career.
Aaron, Ray, Bret and Bob Boone
The Boone family — including grandfather Ray, father Bob, and sons Bret and Aaron — was the first to send three generations to the MLB All-Star game.
Mario, Michael and Marco Andretti
Like father, like son and grandson, the Andrettis are IndyCar royalty.
Kyle, Adam, Richard and Lee Petty
Between the four Pettys, Lee, Richard, Kyle and Adam amassed 263 victories in NASCAR. Great-grandfather Lee and his great grandson Adam passed away during the span of one month in 2000, Lee from natural causes and Adam in a tragic crash.
Al Unser Jr. and Sr.
Junior made it halfway to his father's total of four Indianapolis 500 victories.
Doc and Austin Rivers
Clippers coach and former NBA point guard Doc Rivers traded for his son on Jan. 15, 2015, making Austin the first player in NBA history to play for a team coached by his father. Austin was drafted 10th overall by New Orleans in 2012.
Mike Conley Sr. and Jr.
Mike Conley, Sr. won gold in the triple jump at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. His son was drafted 4th overall in the 2007 NBA Draft and has played point guard for the Memphis Grizzlies through 2016.
Ken Norton Sr. and Jr.
In honor of his father's boxing career, former NFL linebacker Ken Norton Jr. would pose in a boxing stance and punch the goal post after he scored a defensive touchdown.
Tamika and Harvey Catchings
Like his daughter Tamika, Harvey Catchings was a defensive whiz during his years in the NBA. The two are seen here posing with her Defensive Player of the Year award in 2005.
Karl Malone and Cheryl Ford
Cheryl Ford, the 2003 WNBA Rookie of the Year, is a proud Louisiana Tech alumna just like her dad, NBA Hall of Famer Karl Malone.
Barry and Shane Larkin
Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin played 19 years in the big leagues, all with the Cincinnati Reds. The 12-time all-star was also voted the NL MVP in 1995. His son Shane, a point guard out of the University of Miami, was selected 18th overall by the Atlanta Hawks and then traded to the Dallas Mavericks during the 2013 NBA Draft. He played for the Knicks in 2014-15 and in Brooklyn the following season.
Nate and Natalie Williams
Natalie, who didn't meet her father until she was 16, was the first woman to earn All-America honors in both basketball and volleyball in the same year while at UCLA. Nate played eight seasons in the NBA, while Natalie played seven in the WNBA.