Kevin Sorbo on SC Top 10 on Saturday: No. 2 Was a Hole in One – ‘Give Me a Break!’

By Michael Morris | March 18, 2019 | 10:53am EDT
Actor Kevin Sorbo (right) SportsCenter Top 10 logo (top left) and Sung-jae Im after hitting a hole in one on hole 13 during the second round of The Players Championship (Screenshots)

Watching SportsCenter Top 10 on Saturday, actor Kevin Sorbo commented on the ranking of a slam dunk over a hole in one, saying to ESPN, “give me a break!”

“Watching ESPN [Sports Center T]op [T]en this morning and number 2 was a hole in one at The Players and number 1 was an NBA slam dunk… ,” wrote Kevin Sorbo on Facebook. “[Y]eah…because hole in ones are so routine while dunks in the NBA are a rare sight indeed. Come on, ESPN…give me a break!”

On ESPN SportsCenter Top 10 on Saturday, pro golfer Sung-jae Im’s hole in one on the par 3 13th hole during the second round of The Players Championship was ranked number two behind a dunk by the Tennessee Volunteers’ Admiral Schofield over Mississippi State’s Robert Woodard who was attempting to take a charge.

Sung-jae Im would go on to get cut from The Players Championship after the second round, putting up a 73 in round one and a 71 in round two. Tennessee would go on to defeat Mississippi State 83-76 in the SEC quarterfinal, advancing to play Kentucky – whom they also defeated 82-78 – before losing to Auburn by a score of 84-64 in the SEC tournament championship game.


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