If you grew up in the 1980s, chances are you know how the first level of Super Mario Bros. is played. That first level is etched into the heads of every video gamer, whether you played it on the original NES or not. Now imagine how that first level would have played out had it been martial arts legend Chuck Norris in the game, instead of the Italian plumber we all know and love.
Minnesota high school basketball player Anders Broman, a Junior at Lakeview Christian Academy, scored a mind-boggling 71 points against opponents Melrose High. Broman couldn’t really celebrate considering his team lost by 4 points (114-110).
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