There's a few HOF threads going on right now, but it made me think of a guy who I think have been over looked for a while now. Mitch Richmond. He was stuck in Sac-town for a large part of his career and had to lose a lot of games there, but he put up grreat numbers on a winning team in Goldenstate before being relegated to Sac-town. He made the All-NBA Second team three times and the third team twice, got 6 straight All-Star game appearances (should have had a couple more if you ask me), won a bronze medal in 88 and a gold medal in 96, got All-Star game MVP (hey... it's something?) the Rookie of the Year award, earned a ring in LA (well.... he dribbled out the ball and the clock ran down), and he had a decent college career (though, nothing that would make him HOF worthy). He was a great shooter too. I think, being on a lottery team for as long as he was, hurt his chances a lot. He likely was as good as Reggie Miller, but Miller had a lot of great playoff performances that people remember, Richmond, not so much.