Favorite player never drafted
JaRon Rush.. Or Harold the "Show" Arcarcaneaux
Ron Heury of Arkansas..
Tyler Coppenrath of Vermont..
Micheal Graham of Georgetown
ooo arkansas remember scotty thurman
I like Ronnie Price.
I just love how he's found a niche and still works hard everyday.
Wesley Matthews. Without a doubt. I am now starting to doubt the decision the Jazz made not to match the offer on him this offseason. He's now playing the 3 over Batum something which I never thought was possible. I thought he would start when Roy was hurt but other just get back up minutes, but now he is regular starter at the 3! You aren't gonna see Bell switch to the 3, and now that Bell is out with injury, I kind of miss having Matthews who could come in and have a great game.
Its nice to Coach Sloan not starting Hayward for the injured Bell, but instead using Price. Now that's how to use an undrafted player. Not exactly what I expected or hoped but at least its better than starting Hayward. Hayward needs to go to the D-league.
One of my favorite players - was something else at UNC!
He was legit, clutch, high bball IQ, and fun to watch, not to mention a funny dude.
Too bad he lacked athleticism, quickness, and height.
I Ball wit Harold every summer. He's still killing people but he's chunky now. He still will drop buckets though. I think he's playing in Mexico this My favorite player to never be drafted is the best street ball player ever Curt "trouble" Smith out of D.C
Levance Fields is a good one i always liked him but Scotty Reynolds has to be my guy. He was a great G at Nova was a Mcdonalds all-american & college All-American still hasnt broken into the nba yet but im pullin for him. & shout out 2 another philly guard in Lynn greer, temple guy played over seas for a few year & finally got a shot with the bucks a couple of years back.
Casey Calvary of Gonzaga
Henry Domercant of Eatsern Illinois University
Gary Forbes of UMass (now Denver)
Ronnie Price of Utah Valley State (Now Utah)
Brian Zoubek of Duke
I was certain he had the passing skills to be an NBA PG. Never got his chance though.
Marquis Daniels early in his career i thought was amazing. Brad Miller i always thought was a good one. Followed Nemanja Aleksandrov for a while.
i think for us younger guys its scottie reynolds
BEN WALLACE!! surprised no one has mentioned him yet.
Darius Washington Jr., no doubt.
Carl Krouser from Pittsburgh
Anthony Morrow, when he dropped 37 on his first start in the NBA I got hooked.
Ish Smith. I always said he should have been drafted at least in the last 2nd round.
Went to my high school, balled with AI at Gtown even led the big east in scoring 96-97, messed with the coke got shot in the eye.....My name is Victor too but he is a cool dude he taught me alot
I love defend.
Chris Johnson from LSU. Mainly because I went to high school with him, but he still should get a shot in the NBA. He's been doing pretty well in the D-League.
Ishmael Smith was super fast and a good passer, and even though he "cant shoot", made clutch baskets
Tweety Carter was good at Baylor
Gerry McNamara was fun to watch at Syracuse
Denis Clemente is my all-time favorite Kansas State Wildcat
I really liked Ronald Ramon from Pitt a few years back. He was smart and a clutch shooter
Byron Eaton was a fun guy to watch to at OK State, especially from the conference slate of his Jr year on out...
I was thinking about saying Victor Page for a min. Played with him on some summer teams and against him when Mckinley Tech played us( he dropped 40 that game). Messed up what happened to him with the shooting
tj sorrentine (Rudeboy bringing up Coppenrath reminded me of them. These two dominated their conference for pretty much their whole college careers)