Not always. You have to consider that maybe the reason why the good players are good is that they care more and try harder than everyone else. Not always, but often. Michael Jordon didn't just wake up, get his uniform on and score 50 points in a game. He worked harder, tried harder, practiced harder, and gave more energy than anyone else. He didn't just happen to get to where he wasDOMAINerBLOGer said:I like the underdog. The person who you would least expect to win. These are the people who give more heart and passion then those who are already on top of their game.