Fantasy Sports Celebrity Lounge
Originally Published: March 2, 2006By Scott Engel | ESPN Fantasy Games
Samuel L. Jackson, widely known as the King of Cool, is the highest-grossing actor in movie history in terms of box-office sales. Over the past three decades, he has delivered unforgettable performances in cinematic gems such as "Pulp Fiction," "Die Hard: With a Vengeance" and "Jackie Brown." Jackson has appeared as a Jedi master in the three most recent "Star Wars" films, and his portrayal of a drug addict in Spike Lee's "Jungle Fever" is hailed as one of his best performances ever. He also has been a memorable star in hit movies like "A Time to Kill" and "Changing Lanes." Jackson can seemingly tackle any role with great determination and success. But can he win a fantasy league? Can "Coach Carter" formulate a winning plan using a bunch of NBA players he won't be allowed to discipline?
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