And he believes the best is yet to come, telling TMZ that e-sports will "be on par with the NHL" within the next two years.
Colin Kaepernick and his bangin’ radio bae are still going strong and recently put on a cute public display of affection.
And leading the charge is Rick Fox, who in 2015 put his money where his mouth is when he bought and began sponsoring a professional So why and how did Rick Fox of all people become one of the leading (and most handsome) faces of professional video gaming in America? After Fox moved to Los Angeles to play for the Lakers, he wasn't able to spend much time with his son—until they discovered And Fox believes this is just the start of a burgeoning synergy between traditional sports and professional video gaming.
Not only has he attended live tournaments with NBA commissioner Adam Silver, Fox has seen fellow superstar athletes like Shaq and Alex Rodriguez invest in NRG e Sports, which is owned by the NBA's Sacramento Kings.
More importantly, it's interesting to find out just how and why he got there. After a wildly successful college career that included leading the North Carolina Tar Heels to the Final Four in 1991, the Tornoto-born star was drafted by the Boston Celtics.