TOP STARTING 5 ALL-TIME from your HOME STATE!!!
pg-dana barros/ jarret jack
sg-jarret jack/lazar hayward
sf-fransisco garcia/jared dudley
pf-sean williams/criag smith
^^Nobody in your starting 5 was born in Mass.....
really....COME ON dude....LOL...normally I'd try not to call some one out, but I made this thread and I am from CT, so MARCUS CAMBY is on my team....lol....read my directions....just cuz a player plays there college ball in a certain state, they must have originally been from that state as well as have played at least 1 year HS ball there. Marcus Camby born and raised in Hartord CT, and played all his HS ball there....I can barely put a team together from CONNECTICUT and you are trying to steal my best player....LOL.
they all either played in high school or college in mass
o lol whoops my bad.. sorry guys
i looked up players who played for umass and it said marcus camby so I put him in there
G - Eric Gordon (North Central HS)
F - Glenn Robinson (Gary Roosevelt HS)
F - Larry Bird (Springs Valley HS)
F - Shawn Kemp (Concord HS)
F/C - George McGinnis (Washington HS)
6th - Zach Randolph (Marion HS)
There are quite a few good past players, current and young players in the league right now that were left out.
Pg: Stephan Curry
Sg: John Havlicek
Sf: LeBron James
Pf: Jerry Lucas
C: Nate Thurmond
Bench: Michael Redd, Jim Jackson, Charles Oakley, Ron Harper and Gus Johnson (he would double as an announcer).
We wouldn't win, but with Lebron amd John, we would compete.
A couple all timers with Oscar growing up in Indy since he was a child
PG- Big O, Back up Mike Conley, Jeff Teague
SG- Calbert Cheaney, Rick Fox, Eric Gordon
SF- Larry Bird, Glen Robinson, Alan Henderson, Gordon Hayward
PF- Shawn Kemp, Zach Randolph, George McGinnis
C- Kent Benson, Brad Miller, Greg Oden(for about 2 minutes)
Coaches, John Wooden, Scott Skiles, and Steve Alford
2 All Timers, and Just Brutal Physically and Quick when they were all young, if you run Oscar, Glen, Larry, Shawn, and Z Bo
umm...Phil Jackson. He's the player and the coach. And that's it. Jeff Boschee was a McDonalds All American and played four years at Kansas back in the day, but he never tried to make the League. I think it is safe to say that Nodak is the least talented basketball state in America. Hard to believe I lived there for almost 20 years.
If this is by birth state, my lineup would be
Joe Dumars at the 1
Clyde Drexler at the 2
Marques Johnson (the original point forward) at the 3
Karl Malone at the 4
Bill Russell at the 5
Avery Johnson backup 1
Marcus Thornton backup 2
Danny Granger backup 3
Bob Pettit at backup 4
Robert Parish at backup 5
Leaving off people like Rashard Lewis, Thaddeus Young, Greg Monroe, Paul Millsap, Glen Davis, Brandon Bass and Antawn Jamison