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Old 03-22-2013, 03:07 PM   #44
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Default Re: Which Players Have Gotten the Most Overrated Since Retirement

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Originally Posted by SilkkTheShocker
I remember watching him in his prime. But the guy was never a real #1 option imo. He was the KG of small forwards imo. He put up the stats a #1 would, but he never struck me as the guy that going to carry the team.


Sure looked like a #1 option in '96 when he led the Pistons to 46 wins and a playoff appearance with Allan Houston, an aging Joe Dumars, a past his prime Otis Thorpe, Lindsey Hunter, and Mark West and Don Reid splitting starts at center.

Looked like a #1 option again the following season leading the Pistons to 54 wins with Dumars, Hunter, Thorpe, and the starting center spot split between Theo Ratliff, Reid, and Grant Long.
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