Originally Posted by RoseCity07
Rasheed was winning in Portland though. They were a quarter away from NBA Finals. He was the best player on Blazers teams that made the playoffs every year.
JR Smith is still kind of a loser. Lebron changed that. Not JR.
Rasheed was a good player but he was such a volatile headcase that Portland traded him away, then Atlanta gave him away for free to Detroit... and he became one of their three most important players on the championship team...
Does it matter if LeBron helped JR out?
You just want to argue that Zach Randolph is the only guy to ever turn it around.. you're being weird.