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MLB All-Star Right Fielders (NL)
This sf was called The Big Dog
Skinny 3 point shooter that was drafted right after Tim Duncan
Metta World Peace (WTF) I hope he keeps taking his medication
This Cal State Fullerton alumni thought he was gonna be the man for the Lakers. Then Shaq came, by the next year this player was traded. Initials are C.C.
This sf was called the Plastic Man
This player spent the majority of his career with Dallas, but won a ring with Detroit in the early 90's.
This high scoring Kentucky player averaged 19 ppg for his whole career. Started his career in Dallas.
This 6'9 Uconn Husky was a rookie in Minnesota and a teammate of Isiah Rider and Christian Laettner. Forty games into the season he got traded to GS.
This tall and slender handband wearing Uconn Husky played pro ball for 17 years. Best remembered as a Trailblazer
This Miami of Ohio player had a wide body for a 3 point shooter. Good luck spelling his last name.
This quiet and consistent sf/pf was college teammates with Vince Carter
This 6'10 player is strictly a 3 point shooter. Drafted out of high school by Seattle.
For the early to mid 90's this was the star for Miami. Won Championship with Lakers.
This player started his career with the Spurs. Played with Detroit for a season, then resume his career with the Spurs.Initials are S.E.
Detroit had this triple double threat. Possible Hall of Famer
If CWebb was the star for the Kings, this player was a close second.
This German was a nice player. Best remembered playing for the Pacers and Sonics
This HOF goes by the name of The Human Highlight Film
Versatile player that spent his last years with Cleveland in the early 90's. Teammates with Mark Price.
This St. John's player has 5 all-star appearances with GS. Not too long ago got inducted into the HOF
Thick versatile sf/pf that became paralyzed in an atv accident
This 3 point shooter had the record for total 3 pointers for a long time. Now he is rated at number 7 all time.
This Hall of Famer spent his whole career with the Lakers
Michael Jordan's sidekick
This future Celtic HOF goes by the name of 'The Truth'
No disrepesct to Paul Pierce or Bill Russell. But when you think of the Celtics this player is always the first to stand out.
This pretty boy blew his chance with Tyra Banks and Vanessa Williams.
Khloe Kardashions' husband
Drafted in 1992. This chocalate sf played his early years with Mitch Richmond in Sacramento.
They called this player Baby Barkley. Good player for Philly until Iverson arrived and dominated the ball.
This Villanova player started his career in 1997 with Philly. Initials are T.T.
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