Reader Participation: Which Atlanta Sports Play Would Make the Best Statue?

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According to Yahoo Sports, two Seattle Seahawks fans are trying to raise money to build a statue commemorating “the tip,” Richard Sherman’s famous defensive play that sent Seattle to the Super Bowl last year.

Starting July 28, the two fans will begin a campaign to raise $250,000 to build the statue at BuildTheTip.com.

This, of course, got me thinking about which play in Atlanta sports history deserves a statue. Obvious choices are Sid Bream’s slide into home plate to win the 1992 NLCS, Jamal Anderson’s “Dirty Bird” celebration, or that time Zaza Pachulia headbutted Kevin Garnett.

Well, maybe those aren’t all obvious choices, but I’m stumped.

Sound off in the comments!

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One response to “Reader Participation: Which Atlanta Sports Play Would Make the Best Statue?”

  1. TBall says :

    Otis Nixon climbing the wall with a crack pipe in hand

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