Having a professional sports star father can be a tough act to follow for high school athletes.
The expectations and comparisons to dad are inevitable. Some shy away from the athletic spotlight due to the large shadow. Others thrive thanks in part to their bloodlines.
Here's a look at several second-generation athletes thriving on the basketball court this season:
Brendan Bailey, American Fork (Utah)Famous father:
Thurl Bailey, who spent 11 years in the NBA before playing professionally in Greece and Italy. Making his own name:
A rapidly growing 6-foot-7 sophomore, Brendan is averaging 11 points per game for the Cavemen – a title contender in Utah's 5A classification.