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It's not either of those two players, trust me this dude is pretty obscure. Hint: He committed to a PAC-12 school before declaring. Another hint: early 2000s.

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no, its not Mike Bibby

no, its not Mike Bibby either! I gotcha goin on this one! that was another good try though because Bibby's dad was a great player. Jason Terry was a lottery pick basically at # 10. Bibby was conference POY and All America. and you could consider Baron Davis and Bibby being Pac-10 school rivals.

this guy and Bibby had a similar college career.

questions...

does Bibby currently play with a former college teammate?

who is the HS teammate that was a lottery pick?

who is the knuckleheaded friend that plays in the NBA currently?

close...but no cigar. may Buddah bless the one who gets this one right.

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that Bibby was a damn good guess....I wasnt even thinking about that. you know your chit....but looks like I got you on this one.

I will give you some more clues...

I was a 1st round draft pick and I am much younger than Mike Bibby. Who Am I?

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Last guess (not really if I'm

Last guess (not really if I'm wrong): I'm hoping that it's...Nolan Smith? Much younger than Bibby, he's a 1st rounder, I know he went to Oak Hill (teammates with Beasley I think), dad played for the NBA, and Nolan had a lot of college accolades. Yes?

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Nolan Smith...

Nolan Smith is correct!

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Alright Surve now you have to

Alright Surve now you have to get my impossible, who am I? I think he has enough of a unique story that someone might remember this guy. Although he was so mediocre in the NBA it would be understandable if nobody remembers him.

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Ndudi Ebi is the African

Ndudi Ebi is the African player, I had to do some research because I know nothing about him. so I couldve never guessed it.

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Nolan Smith ACC POY First

Nolan Smith

  • ACC POY
  • First Team All-America
  • Dad Derek Smith starred at Louisville and played in the NBA
  • HS backcourt mate Brandon Jennings was lottery pick
  • College backcourt mate Gerald Henderson was lottery pick
  • College backcourt mate Elliott Williams was 1st rounder and also current teammate in Portland
  • Shares rivalry with fellow Trailblazer Raymond Felton (UNC vs Duke)
  • Boyhood friend Mike Beasley is the knucklehead
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@zach I'm guessing yours is

@zach

I'm guessing yours is Ndudi Ebi

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Oops, didn't refresh my

Oops, didn't refresh my screen and see the answer was already given. Ebi Committed to Arizona. He's in the same high school as Lebron, Deng, and Shannon Brown

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I'll try doing one. It might be obvious who it is though

I was a mcdonalds all-american....Two of my college teammates were drafted the same year as I was and one of them was a lottery pick......I started off in community college but eventually transferred to a D1 school where i won a national championship......I'm a former all-star and was one of the most popular players of my generation.......I was well know for my vicious slam dunks but unfortunately I had to change my playing style later in my career due to injuries......

Who am I?

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^

Larry Johnson

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Yep, it's Grandmama. That one

Yep, it's Grandmama. That one was a little obvious

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^

it was a good one but the dead givaway is the national title, if you wouldve left that out, it wouldve been harder.

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I retired in the early 2000s

I retired in the early 2000s and spent my entire career in the Eastern Conference. If you look at some past pictures of mine, you will see I had hair sometimes and sometimes I was bald. I switched to #45 after the 1992 season. I was known for dunkin. Today I ride motorcycles.

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Umm, this almost sounds like

Umm, this almost sounds like his airness, Michael Jordan. If that's the case, it was 1994 when he switched to 45 and it was only temporary.

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Good call Bad Dog, that's

Good call Bad Dog, that's what separates MJ from who I'm describing. The dunkin clue should be the biggest hint.

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Ah-ha, dunkin. Rik Smits, the

Ah-ha, dunkin. Rik Smits, the dunkin dutchman. That was a good one. I totally missed the dunkin part the first time reading it

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