On Sunday, the sports world was rocked by the passing of NBA coach, Flip Saunders. Saunders, 60, died from complications of Hodgkin's Lymphoma — a form of cancer. While his untimely demise certainly instilled a sense of melancholy throughout the realm of sports, Kansas City Chiefs safety, Eric Berry helped provide a sense of nostalgia.Yesterday, Berry caught his first interception against the Pittsburgh Steelers since being diagnosed with the same cancer that took the life of Saunders. Last season, Berry sat out a large portion of the season to fight his battle with cancer. Fortunately, he was able to recover and make it back for the Chiefs this season.https://twitter.com/AthleteSwag/status/658377586788044801Please make sure to SHARE with your friends.