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Chronz
08-04-2017, 10:47 PM
Really just made this thread to highlight how much I used to love watching Michael Redd play. Guy was a shining beacon of sorts and had a very interesting career in terms of experimenting with your craft/tool set.

He was proof that a star could emerge from deep within the depth chart, from a 2nd round pick no less. I remember when the Bucks had their Big-3 going, not knowing that Redd should have been a bigger part of that equation. Dude came out of nowhere playing behind Ray Allen to post some impressive numbers and I remember looking up his scouting report where it said the guy could not shoot IIRC, yet he honed one of the slickest releases of his era. I also remember after he had become a star how the criticism was of his inability to put the ball on the floor, an over reliance on shooting that limited how much he could involve his teammates and the guy legitimately improved on those facets, I would argue to his detriment as it sort of took away from his scoring mindset/efficiency. I will always remember him most for being the Ohio native who would rather have been the man in Milwaukee than be 2nd fiddle to LeBron in their native state, the anti-Durant if you will. Had he never got injured, he would have had a HOF career IMO.





So heres my team

PG: Chauncey Billups . Why? Because he was the poster child for what was wrong with old school statistics and it belied the fact that we had the 2nd most efficient PG offensively (behind Nash) of his era AND he was a 2-way player with the size to play SG's. I feel disrespected when I hear the Pistons lacked a star, its almost as if nobody knew how productive this guy was. Imagine if Jason Kidd or Steve Nash had led their teams to titles, would anyone have called their team a star-less squad? I understand the narrative but it ignores reality and for that reason alone, Chauncey is the unquestionable lead PG in this category. Deal with it.

SG: Michael Redd. Why? Because people slob on Klay's knob, now imagine a more consistent shooter with the ball handling to put it on the floor.

SF: Couldn't think of one so I went with 2 PF's. Deal with it

PF#1: Elton Brand. Call me biased but I have a soft spot for the guy, he was like a mini-KG in that he was on teams expecting entirely too much from him when if optimized, can actually do more. There is no coincidence his best season came when Sam I Am was his set up man. I respect those who disagree tho

PF#2: Chris Webber. Its hard to admit this one because I think hes had soo many overrated seasons, but there is no denying his lone claim to fame, being that playoff run in 2002. Also resurrecting a hapless franchise too, that one was pretty important. I have to say, for all his faults and various degrees of success, I will remember C-Webb for having the greatest mits of a bigman, dude caught all sorts of weird passes he would make Kwame Brown think he sold his soul.

PF#3: Couldn't think of C so I listed another PF, deal with it. Its my favorite player on this list tbh, Jermaine O'neal. Yes he was inefficient offensively, so much so that Im pretty sure hes like one of the few bigs on top of the usage chart but so what, dude carried a huge load on BOTH ends. He should have racked up so many DPOY awards and Im not joking here, he was annually among the league leaders in blocks and charges while being a damn good defensive rebounder. Think about that, how much ground you have to cover, how alert you have to be spatially, its truly remarkable but also indicative of why he was so injury prone. Dude tried to stop everything and everyone.



Jermaine O'Neal, where is his HOF cred?

WaDe03
08-04-2017, 10:58 PM
Wade.

WaDe03
08-04-2017, 10:58 PM
Wade was better than LeBron 03-07.

GREATNESS ONE
08-04-2017, 11:02 PM
Good thread.. finally :)

PG- Jason Kidd, people don't even talk about him as a top 5 PG all time.
SG- Kobe Bryant he ranks 9-12 on most of ya'll board :laugh2: hilarious
SF- Paul Pierce, intense player that only won once but could have won a few.
PF- Dirk Nowitzki maybe cuz he's white. Another other than Dirk, Definitely Webber/Brand
C- underrated, or under performed Dwight Howard could've great.

Bostonjorge
08-04-2017, 11:20 PM
My underrated 2000's team in today's NBA.

C. Grizzlies - Shareef Abdur Rahim
PF. Magic - Hedo Turkoglu
SF. Pacers - Ron Artest
SG. Kicks - Latrell Sprewell
PG. Kings - Mike Bibby

JasonJohnHorn
08-04-2017, 11:40 PM
PG: Calderon (08/09 seasons... dude had 90/50/40 and a Stockton-esque A/T ratio) and Stockton from 38-40, he had not All-Star nods, yet let the league in assists per36 and finished in the top ten in apg each season with the best a/t ratio.
SG: Redd (dude was LBJ's first rival and would have been for a while had he stayed healthy, and had he played for NY or LAL, he would have got more recognition---great pick Chronz) and Rip (one of the best catch-and-shoot guys I've seen and hard worker on D; the fact MJ was willing to trade him for Stackhouse speaks to how underrated he was.
SF: I'll go with AK47 and Prince. AK47 had some buzz for a couple of seasons, as did Prince, but neither got rated as highly as they deserved.
PF: Z-Bo and David Lee (20/10 dudes that barely made any all-star teams)
C: Brad Miller (rebound stud with soft hands, decent mid-range and a great passer) and; Theo Ratliff (not a well-rounded player, btu great defender and shot blocker)

JasonJohnHorn
08-04-2017, 11:41 PM
My underrated 2000's team in today's NBA.

C. Grizzlies - Shareef Abdur Rahim
PF. Magic - Hedo Turkoglu
SF. Pacers - Ron Artest
SG. Kicks - Latrell Sprewell
PG. Kings - Mike Bibby

GReat pick!

cmellofan15
08-04-2017, 11:54 PM
PG: Chauncey, pushed us to a conference finals appearance

SG: Love Mike Redd because we went to the same rec center. He still holds all the records and his parents live nearby.

SF: Caron Butler

PF: Nene, obvious bias

C: Marcus Camby, see above

cmellofan15
08-04-2017, 11:57 PM
Good thread.. finally :)

PG- Jason Kidd, people don't even talk about him as a top 5 PG all time.
SG- Kobe Bryant he ranks 9-12 on most of ya'll board :laugh2: hilarious
SF- Paul Pierce, intense player that only won once but could have won a few.
PF- Dirk Nowitzki maybe cuz he's white. Another other than Dirk, Definitely Webber/Brand
C- underrated, or under performed Dwight Howard could've great.

Most underrated and you pick 4 guys who will undoubtedly be Hall of Famers and have their numbers retired....

rhino17
08-05-2017, 12:00 AM
Deron Williams, Dirk Nowitzki, Yao Ming

GREATNESS ONE
08-05-2017, 12:18 AM
Most underrated and you pick 4 guys who will undoubtedly be Hall of Famers and have their numbers retired....

True but a lot of people sleep on them and their hate is ridiculously hilarious. It's almost like moment thing and not the big picture measuring these players.

tredigs
08-05-2017, 12:19 AM
Peja, AK47 and Lamar Odom come to mind off the top of my head. Especially considering HE WAS ON CRACK!

basch152
08-05-2017, 12:36 AM
Loved seeing Chauncey.

Also, sleepers are Kobe pierce and dirk? Are you freaking kidding me?

FlashBolt
08-05-2017, 12:47 AM
Wade was better than LeBron 03-07.


I wouldn't say he was better. He definitely achieved more at the same time period but he was also more developed as a player due to his college experience and his body being fully developed already.

Chronz
08-05-2017, 01:43 AM
Deron Williams, Dirk Nowitzki, Yao Ming

I dont think you've ever had a post I approve of. Was going to agree but I cant get past the Deron Williams mentioning, quite possibly the most overrated player of his generation and a TRUE diva to boot.

More-Than-Most
08-05-2017, 02:26 AM
Peja Stojakovic and marion would be really really really great in todays nba

ewing
08-05-2017, 11:01 AM
My underrated 2000's team in today's NBA.

C. Grizzlies - Shareef Abdur Rahim
PF. Magic - Hedo Turkoglu
SF. Pacers - Ron Artest
SG. Kicks - Latrell Sprewell
PG. Kings - Mike Bibby

Artest is a good one. He was all NBA level for a second. I think he really started to slide when he put in all that mass.


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ewing
08-05-2017, 11:02 AM
Deron Williams, Dirk Nowitzki, Yao Ming

Williams is another good one before the ankles he was the ****


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ewing
08-05-2017, 11:03 AM
Gasol is by guy. Doesn't get the respect he deserves


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Chronz
08-05-2017, 11:35 AM
Williams is another good one before the ankles he was the ****


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Overrated af, dude was in the debate for best PG in the game when Chauncey/Nash/CP3 were all clearly better

mrblisterdundee
08-05-2017, 11:48 AM
PG: Chauncey Billups, Andre Miller
SG: Stephen Jackson, , Michael Redd
SF: Ron Artest, Andre Kirilenko
PF: Rasheed Wallace, Antawn Jamison
C: Jermaine O'Neal, Marcus Camby

ewing
08-05-2017, 12:11 PM
Overrated af, dude was in the debate for best PG in the game when Chauncey/Nash/CP3 were all clearly better

Don't have hate just bc people once debated him and cp3. He was real good and people forget bc he fell off a cliff


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rhino17
08-05-2017, 12:36 PM
I dont think you've ever had a post I approve of. Was going to agree but I cant get past the Deron Williams mentioning, quite possibly the most overrated player of his generation and a TRUE diva to boot.

Deron was fantastic early in his career before he got an attitude problem and became stupid.

TrueFan420
08-05-2017, 12:47 PM
Man props to the first AK47 reference. He got a little love in his time but because he wasn't a scorer and was Utah no one spoke of him. He could literally do it all. He'd thrive in the modern NBA.

Chronz
08-05-2017, 12:50 PM
Don't have hate just bc people once debated him and cp3. He was real good and people forget bc he fell off a cliff


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Its not hate, its overratedness. The guys I mentioned were a clear step above him but he was touted as the #2 when hes not in that class to me. Thats all, dude was a true diva as well

FlashBolt
08-05-2017, 01:23 PM
Ron Artest is always criminally underrated. His stupid actions overshadowed how good he was. Now that I think about it, lots of players from that Pacers team was underrated. Jermaine used to be one of my favorite players back then. Something about his game was damn smooth.

YAALREADYKNO
08-05-2017, 04:26 PM
Jason Kidd especially once Phoenix Nash happened I felt like people forgot about him sort of

Michael Redd came into the league as a defender and turned into a great 3pt shooter

Shawn Marion probably the most underrated. versatile af would always be near or above double digits in rebounding and would give you 2bpg and 2spg sometimes. Still don't know how he never made an all NBA defensive team in his career

Chris Webber a lot of people have pau over him which I never really understood

Jermaine O'Neal was a beast offensively and defensively

Damn I miss the 00's

JasonJohnHorn
08-05-2017, 04:32 PM
Gasol is by guy. Doesn't get the respect he deserves


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Great pick. He's not terribly underrated, but I really feel like had his career arc taken place in SA instead of Mem, he would have seen as many titles as Duncan saw there. I wouldn't say he's as good, but in that situation, I feel like he would have really excelled and his true value would have been glaringly obvious.

Bostonjorge
08-05-2017, 04:48 PM
Got another team in today's NBA. Running team coached Don Nelson. Led by Atlanta Hawk early version of Joe Johnson.

C. Boston - Atonie Walker
PF. Washington - Antwan Jamison
SF. Hawks - Joe Johnson
SG. Portland - Bonzi Wells
PG. NOH - Baron Davis

Edit: My C and PF where smaller bigs and my SF and SG where just as big as them. So 4 guys who can handle the ball all mostly the same size. With Davis who could run and finish strong over people in Nelsons run and gun offense.

jaydubb
08-05-2017, 09:02 PM
Ben Wallace

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cmellofan15
08-05-2017, 09:42 PM
Gerald Wallace should be mentioned here too

c.c.
08-06-2017, 06:34 PM
PG. Wizards - Gilbert Arenas
SG. Kings - Kevin Martin
SF. Hornets - Jamal Mashburn
PF. Sonics - Rashard Lewis
C . Cavs- Zydrunas Ilguskas

I had to think of some players that's wasn't mentioned already.

PowerHouse
08-06-2017, 07:09 PM
PG - B-Diddy
SG - Bones (This dude very quietly put up some damn good VORPs and TS%s in the early 2000s)
SF - The Matrix, (damn good player and possibly the coolest nickname of all time)
PF - Booze
C - STAT

honorable mention - Ginobli

ewing
08-07-2017, 09:29 AM
I'll add Deke and Micheal Finley

jaydubb
08-07-2017, 09:54 AM
Corey maggette aka "bad porn"

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ewing
08-07-2017, 11:47 AM
I'll add Jim Jackson just we cant get that while trio on here

Hawkeye15
08-07-2017, 02:04 PM
PG- Billups for sure
SG- Manu
SF- Marion
PF-McDyess
C- Yao

Raps18-19 Champ
08-07-2017, 02:23 PM
Mike James.

Bostonjorge
08-08-2017, 01:49 AM
Another 5 players not named yet. Small ball.

C. Suns - Tom Gugliotta - he was better in Minny but that was in the 90's
PF. Buck - Glenn Robinson
SF. Spurs - Derek Anderson
SG. Kings - Bobby Jackson
PG. Kings - Jason Williams

bbcmillionaire
08-08-2017, 02:55 AM
C-brad miller( physical center with a sweet stroke)
Pf-odom/ al harrington( Odom one of the best handling tall players of all time/ harrington was an all around guy)
Sf- finley( was sooo good in his early years)
Sg-Michael redd( could score with the greats of the era)
Pg-kirk hinrich( great floor general, good defense with scoring ability)
Ok looking at it my team will definitely lead the league in fights and fouls

KingPosey
08-08-2017, 04:41 AM
Not the top name but Brad Miller is just straight forgotten about and he was a pretty complete offensive big that could play both positions and the Kings didn't miss a beat

KingPosey
08-08-2017, 04:46 AM
PG. Wizards - Gilbert Arenas
SG. Kings - Kevin Martin
SF. Hornets - Jamal Mashburn
PF. Sonics - Rashard Lewis
C . Cavs- Zydrunas Ilguskas

I had to think of some players that's wasn't mentioned already.
What's funny is Rashard Lewis would have gotten his dick sucked so hard by the league if he started 10 years later

KingPosey
08-08-2017, 04:48 AM
C-brad miller( physical center with a sweet stroke)
Pf-odom/ al harrington( Odom one of the best handling tall players of all time/ harrington was an all around guy)
Sf- finley( was sooo good in his early years)
Sg-Michael redd( could score with the greats of the era)
Pg-kirk hinrich( great floor general, good defense with scoring ability)
Ok looking at it my team will definitely lead the league in fights and foulsdamn counterfeited my guy by ONE post

Raidaz4Life
08-08-2017, 05:17 AM
Man props to the first AK47 reference. He got a little love in his time but because he wasn't a scorer and was Utah no one spoke of him. He could literally do it all. He'd thrive in the modern NBA.

He is my favorite player of all time for the reasons you mentioned lol.

Ahriman
08-08-2017, 05:38 AM
I'm a bit late to the party but here's my take

PG- Andre Miller - The guy was a pretty damn fine floor general but he had no outside game unfortunately (would have put Billups otherwise but he was an obvious one)
SG- Michael Redd - Loved him, but Milwaukee wasn't able to build around him
SF- Peja Stojakovic - Dude was a sniper in his SAC days
PF- David West - He was almost a 20-10 guy in his NOH tenure, even if playing with Paul obviously helps, I've always been fan of the guy
C- Brad Miller - Already mentioned above, but he was one of the best passing big in the 2000s

bbcmillionaire
08-08-2017, 10:14 AM
Lol also brad miller is responsible for one of my favorite bulls( Noah) attitude for better or worse

Hawkeye15
08-08-2017, 11:35 AM
Lol also brad miller is responsible for one of my favorite bulls( Noah) attitude for better or worse

yeah man, good call on Brad Miller

Hawkeye15
08-08-2017, 11:36 AM
Not the top name but Brad Miller is just straight forgotten about and he was a pretty complete offensive big that could play both positions and the Kings didn't miss a beat

ideal for Adelman's offense

Mr.B
08-13-2017, 05:34 PM
I'll add Deke and Micheal Finley

Finley was without a doubt underrated. He was a lead scorer on some really bad Mavs teams before Nash and Dirk got there. Some of the young guys should go watch his videos, he was really good.

Allphakenny1
08-13-2017, 06:52 PM
Man props to the first AK47 reference. He got a little love in his time but because he wasn't a scorer and was Utah no one spoke of him. He could literally do it all. He'd thrive in the modern NBA.

On another site there was a thread about who the better player is out of Kirilenko and Draymond Green. I personally take Green, but maybe Kirilenko could have achieved all the things Green has if he were on a similar team. BTW, this is not a knock on Green, but high praise for Kirilenko.

Vinsanity115
08-26-2017, 11:50 AM
Wade.Lol.

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Vinsanity115
08-26-2017, 11:52 AM
Mike James.

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Vinsanity115
08-26-2017, 11:53 AM
Gerald Wallace should be mentioned here tooDude great mention...totally forgot about him. SJax as well?

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Vinsanity115
08-26-2017, 12:00 PM
C: Young Dwight - most casuals think he sucks and forget how great he was in Orlando.

PF: Zbo or Amare - this one was tough, but both are some ridiculous good offensive players in their 2000s prime. Zbo is an all time underrated baller.

SF: Young Odom - yes, dude was goat potential with that skillset and length..athleticism. he has his time when he was the x factor in making the Lakers so unstoppable.

SG: Finley - kind of stuck on this one but Finley was really big in Dallas and then just like everyone stopped caring all a sudden.

PG: Henrich - always felt he was really serviceable in his prime days, really a guy I always wanted on my team. Smart, gritty, no love. First real combo pg/sg guard by the definition.

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R. Johnson#3
08-29-2017, 01:20 PM
Finley was without a doubt underrated. He was a lead scorer on some really bad Mavs teams before Nash and Dirk got there. Some of the young guys should go watch his videos, he was really good.

Finley was one of the first guys that came to mind for me. Dude could score in so many different ways.

R. Johnson#3
08-29-2017, 01:22 PM
Gerald Wallace should be mentioned here too

Gerald Wallace was an insane athlete who played great defence but couldn't make a jump shot if his life depended on it. He had no handles and little to no basketball IQ on the offensive end. Hell of a defender though.

R. Johnson#3
08-30-2017, 09:41 PM
PG: Andre Miller
SG: Rip Hamilton
SF: Peja Stojakovic
PF: Antawn Jamison
C: Mehmet Okur

Raps18-19 Champ
08-30-2017, 10:38 PM
The fact that Chris Webber is not in the HOF is criminal.

Wrigheyes4MVP
08-31-2017, 10:42 AM
Can I just do a mashup of Sacramento and Detroit? Lol

PG Chauncy Billups - Good defense, underrated offense, and super clutch
SG Doug Christie - Really good 3 and D with good passing
SF Peja Stojakovic - Awesome 3 pt shooter
PF Rasheed Wallace - Super underrated defender and a good stretch 4
C Ben Wallace - Beast defender and rebounder

If we want to really fit into today's NBA, adding a player like Shawn Marion or AK47 to the mix would really work although they don't fit into the whole Kings/Pistons thing I got going on.

Wrigheyes4MVP
08-31-2017, 10:51 AM
Can I just do a mashup of Sacramento and Detroit? Lol

PG Chauncy Billups - Good defense, underrated offense, and super clutch
SG Doug Christie - Really good 3 and D with good passing
SF Peja Stojakovic - Awesome 3 pt shooter
PF Rasheed Wallace - Super underrated defender and a good stretch 4
C Ben Wallace - Beast defender and rebounder

If we want to really fit into today's NBA, adding a player like Shawn Marion or AK47 to the mix would really work although they don't fit into the whole Kings/Pistons thing I got going on.

PG Mike Bibby
SG Rip Hamilton
SF Tayshaun Prince
PF Chris Webber
C Vlade Divac

I guess this team works too lol

Jamiecballer
08-31-2017, 02:22 PM
Doug Christie

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europagnpilgrim
08-31-2017, 02:55 PM
Really just made this thread to highlight how much I used to love watching Michael Redd play. Guy was a shining beacon of sorts and had a very interesting career in terms of experimenting with your craft/tool set.

He was proof that a star could emerge from deep within the depth chart, from a 2nd round pick no less. I remember when the Bucks had their Big-3 going, not knowing that Redd should have been a bigger part of that equation. Dude came out of nowhere playing behind Ray Allen to post some impressive numbers and I remember looking up his scouting report where it said the guy could not shoot IIRC, yet he honed one of the slickest releases of his era. I also remember after he had become a star how the criticism was of his inability to put the ball on the floor, an over reliance on shooting that limited how much he could involve his teammates and the guy legitimately improved on those facets, I would argue to his detriment as it sort of took away from his scoring mindset/efficiency. I will always remember him most for being the Ohio native who would rather have been the man in Milwaukee than be 2nd fiddle to LeBron in their native state, the anti-Durant if you will. Had he never got injured, he would have had a HOF career IMO.





So heres my team

PG: Chauncey Billups . Why? Because he was the poster child for what was wrong with old school statistics and it belied the fact that we had the 2nd most efficient PG offensively (behind Nash) of his era AND he was a 2-way player with the size to play SG's. I feel disrespected when I hear the Pistons lacked a star, its almost as if nobody knew how productive this guy was. Imagine if Jason Kidd or Steve Nash had led their teams to titles, would anyone have called their team a star-less squad? I understand the narrative but it ignores reality and for that reason alone, Chauncey is the unquestionable lead PG in this category. Deal with it.

SG: Michael Redd. Why? Because people slob on Klay's knob, now imagine a more consistent shooter with the ball handling to put it on the floor.

SF: Couldn't think of one so I went with 2 PF's. Deal with it

PF#1: Elton Brand. Call me biased but I have a soft spot for the guy, he was like a mini-KG in that he was on teams expecting entirely too much from him when if optimized, can actually do more. There is no coincidence his best season came when Sam I Am was his set up man. I respect those who disagree tho

PF#2: Chris Webber. Its hard to admit this one because I think hes had soo many overrated seasons, but there is no denying his lone claim to fame, being that playoff run in 2002. Also resurrecting a hapless franchise too, that one was pretty important. I have to say, for all his faults and various degrees of success, I will remember C-Webb for having the greatest mits of a bigman, dude caught all sorts of weird passes he would make Kwame Brown think he sold his soul.

PF#3: Couldn't think of C so I listed another PF, deal with it. Its my favorite player on this list tbh, Jermaine O'neal. Yes he was inefficient offensively, so much so that Im pretty sure hes like one of the few bigs on top of the usage chart but so what, dude carried a huge load on BOTH ends. He should have racked up so many DPOY awards and Im not joking here, he was annually among the league leaders in blocks and charges while being a damn good defensive rebounder. Think about that, how much ground you have to cover, how alert you have to be spatially, its truly remarkable but also indicative of why he was so injury prone. Dude tried to stop everything and everyone.



Jermaine O'Neal, where is his HOF cred?

Pistons had multiple high draft picks who could play and a late pick steal in Prince who was vital, RWallace was basically a superstar talent(game to match) who seemed to like to play the backseat role and BWallace was a defensive superstar so they had the star power but they weren't in the upper tier of nba faces of the league but the team was dynamic in what they did and the ID they printed on the league during that 6-7yr run was major, nobody was really going to pay to see RIP/Billups on a individual scale outside of die hard Pistons fans, they didn't move the needle as far as star power so I feel that's a reason the league pushed the agenda that they had no superstar or star for that matter but for the role each played it was star or superstar level, Billups was big time clutch shot maker, RIP could run off screens and pop the mid range better than any one outside of Miller/Allen at that time and BWallace won like 3-4 DPOY and was a rebounding machine and the team defense was super duper star level during that stretch for most part

as for Webber he led 3 different franchise to turnarounds being the guy or 1a from Warriors to Bullets to Kings and he put up legit numbers, he was capable of doing 25/12/4-5 dimes nightly, even at Michigan when they went to back to back title games, Webber impact may be underrated once you digest it all

R. Johnson#3
08-31-2017, 04:20 PM
I didn't initially put him on my team but I just wanna put his name up here because I've yet to see it.

Bruce Bowen

In no way did this guy light up the score sheet but he could get pretty much anyone off their game. If only he didn't undercut so many guys then I'd have boatloads of respect for him.

hugepatsfan
08-31-2017, 04:24 PM
I didn't initially put him on my team but I just wanna put his name up here because I've yet to see it.

Bruce Bowen

In no way did this guy light up the score sheet but he could get pretty much anyone off their game. If only he didn't undercut so many guys then I'd have boatloads of respect for him.

I feel that's exactly how everyone rated him though. He wasn't underrated, he was fairly rated IMO.

ewing
08-31-2017, 07:55 PM
Brian Quinnett- the guy would be a hell of a stretch 4 in today's league

5ass
08-31-2017, 08:18 PM
Is Danny Granger underrated or overrated?

ewing
08-31-2017, 09:05 PM
Is Danny Granger underrated or overrated?

IDK he was really good he just got injured.

Raps18-19 Champ
09-02-2017, 04:16 PM
Brandon Roy

Vinsanity115
09-02-2017, 04:16 PM
Is Danny Granger underrated or overrated?He's like a Micheal Redd.

Speaking of underrated

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c.c.
09-02-2017, 04:31 PM
Brian Quinnett- the guy would be a hell of a stretch 4 in today's league

I hope you're being sarcastic, dude was garbage.

ewing
09-02-2017, 06:17 PM
I hope you're being sarcastic, dude was garbage.

what about brad lohaus?

ewing
09-02-2017, 06:18 PM
more a 90s guy but im going to go rex chapman

Balltime
09-02-2017, 06:27 PM
Mike Bibby was a stud PG for a few years, kid was clutch, ice water in his veins

ewing
09-02-2017, 08:38 PM
Mike Bibby was a stud PG for a few years, kid was clutch, ice water in his veins

Bibby was a bad ***. so was Bobby Jackson for second

R. Johnson#3
09-02-2017, 11:53 PM
I feel that's exactly how everyone rated him though. He wasn't underrated, he was fairly rated IMO.

True, I just feel as if he's completely overlooked by most.

Vinsanity115
09-03-2017, 10:53 PM
DAMON STOUDEMIRE

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Vinsanity115
09-04-2017, 11:04 AM
Sam Cassell was also a beast.

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