Jim Thorpe starred in the NFL, played in the MLB and also had a short stint in the NBA.
NFL: Jim Thorpe played for the Canton Bulldogs in the American Professional Football Association, which became the NFL. He played 52 NFL games.
NBA: Recently, it was learned that Jim Thorpe played pro Basketball for a team called "Jim Thorpe and His World-Famous Indians". Although they were not an NBA team, they were professionals.
Jim Thorpe played professional baseball, football, and basketball (although the basketball team was not a member of the NBA).
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e odds of a high school athlete's becoming a pro football, Baseball, or Basketball player are 837 to 1.
He's the only athlete to be drafted by three major sports (baseball, football and basketball).
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Some of kinds jobs would include being a football player, basketball player or baseball player. You could also be more in management.
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Ucla at the school he was a four letter athlete baseball. Basketball. Football. Track
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Yes Bo Jackson Pro football and Pro baseball