Originally Posted by Euroleague
You idiot. Every single player I listed was a 6th man or starter in the NBA.
8th player in rotation in 12008-2009 with Houston. Not a 6th man, nor a starter (11 games).
6th man, started 5 games with NO before going to Europe.
10th man, started 0 games with the Ssuns before goine to Europe. Not a 6th man, nor a starter (11 games).
Became an unrestricted FA when Charlotte declined to make him an offer (he spent most of the last season with them on the injured list after being deemed physically unfit to play, meaning he was/is a fat ****). The year after he played 331 minutes in 37 games for the Kings, the 14th most for the team that year. He started 4 games. The year before leaving for Europe he signed with the Nets but broke his foot a week after signing and was released. Not a 6th man, nor a starter (11 games).
was sixth man for the Nets. Played sicth most minutes but started only once.
"never seen an NBA star go to Europe in his prime"......
Wilkins and Radja did and neither one "dominated" anything. They were among the very best players, but they sure the hell were nothing remotely resembling "dominant".
You don't know anything about basketball.
was clearly on his way down when he signed with Panathinaikos. He went from being a 26+pts/game scorer to just 17 with the Celtics. He was close to 37 years old the year he signed in Greece. That's not his prime. However, in Europe he dominated. He led Panathinaikos to a championship, averaged 20 pts and over 7 rebounds, he was named the Finals MVP, won the cup and was named the MVP once again. That's damn close to dominating.
was 32 when he returned to Europe. He was also past his prime, seeing as he failed his physical after being traded to Philly. Far from being in his 'prime'.