Photos: Score! Opens at the Luxor

Former Mayor Oscar Goodman at the opening of Scores! Photos: Erik Kabik

The new Score!, a 10,000-square-foot interactive sports exhibit that contains more than 200 prized pieces throughout eight galleries that are valued in the millions of dollars, is now open at the Luxor. On hand for the opening: Boxer Mike Tyson, running back Marcus Allen, quarterback Warren Moon, agent Leigh Steinberg, Jerry Reus, the casts of Fantasy and Thunder from Down Under, Rashida Ali and her son, boxer Leon Spinks and former Mayor Oscar Goodman.

The exhibit features items dating to the early 20th century and includes such notable hardware as the 1999 Team USA World Cup championship trophy, the 1981 Heisman Trophy awarded to legendary USC tailback Marcus Allen, championship rings, World Series trophies and the largest and most diverse collection of game worn jerseys anywhere.

It’s the only place in the world where fans can see many of the great halls of fame including the Pro Football HOF, Basketball HOF, Hockey HOF through to Baseball, Team USA Soccer and even the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Hall of Fame, all in one place.

Casual sports fans and diehards alike get a chance to “Be the Legend” by participating in challenges such as an NHL-themed stick handling drill, college combine tests, baseball speed pitch, peripheral vision test, NASCAR-themed pit stop challenge and vertical leap test all designed to see how sports fans compare to the pros.

Fans can sign on with a virtual sports agent and later become a professional athlete with their favorite team or sport. Fans can see for themselves through a “virtual locker” what kind of pro they become including their team uniform, press release, signing bonus and a personalized magazine cover if they made it to the Hall of Fame.

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