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Doctor Giannini, I presume?
Neil Armstrong, of course.
It'll always be Lionel Simmons, coming off the court near the end of a game, being told about Hank Gathers, sitting on the bench with his head covered in a towel in the middle of thousands upon thousands of people, sobbing in grief. Maybe the most heartbreaking image have ever seen in sports---off the top of my head, I can't think of another.
Probably Ethan Hawke.
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