Whose your favorite rookie from the 90's?
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Mines Webber and his trade demand. You didn't see him getting fined.
Jason Williams he was one of the most exiting players of all time.
Antonio McDyess, back in the day that guy could get up. He broke in to the league with amazing dunks and mean blocked shots. Mike Finley might be a close dumber two for me.
mine was Jason Kidd. I patterned my game after his. His rookie year he was the fastest pg in the open court and threw some crazy passes. He was putting triple double numbers on the regular. By the time he got to New Jersey he had become obvioulsy a much better and more complete player, but he was never as exciting as he was his first couple years in Dallas.
OH yeah, good call birdzilla. White Chocolate was amazing and captured the attention of the nation. Every time he did something crazy on sportscenter, people would be talking about it on the court the next day. Even his missed shots, turnovers and passes that didn't lead to anything were jaw dropping.
penny hardaway. 6'7" pg with hops. he was nasty
he went crazy his rookie year jaw dropping and a.i putting everyone on they're assess in 96 was pretty great two
A.I. was pretty exciting to wacht.....a 6'0'' guard who is that quick and was able to score and make drive to the basket....and he was able to do some great dunk as a rookie....he was just amazing...
Vince Carter. I have a game on tape against the Rockets where he puts down his against the grain 360 cockback and Bill Worrell [Rockets announcer] about loses his mind and the whole building took a second to realize what just happened. Jason Williams was also bananas. People seem to forget, but Glenn Robinson put up some huge games his rookie year. Have a game with the Bucks vs the Rockets where Robinson had like 6 dunks and 39pts. He should've been so much more than he allowed himself to be. He was basiclly a more athletic Carmelo with a better midrange game. Iverson was also a maniac. Had a dunk on Ronny Seikaly that was insane.
Tim Duncan. He was one of the few rookies that was top 10 in MVP voting for our era. After his first year, I started to get tired of the way he played. Its a little boring to watch him bank shots and grab rebounds with no intensity. Also, I hate seeing how he argues with every foul that is called on him.
LJ , in that dope hornets uni! Him and mourning were holding it down, and the dude was a straight beast...kinda lazy, a little too similar to d. coleman in terms of work ethic
LJ wasn't lazy, he got injured. Had low back problems and some lower leg issues. Dude busted his ass and was a maniac on the boards and block. Also, a couple of people here mentioned Penny. I've played with him. This was after his injuries, but he wasn't as good as I expected.
Favorite rookie from the 90's is penny hardaway who is extremly underrated had was having a great career until his knee went out on him he was a rare breed at the time a 6'7 point guard who could get 10assist on yaou and 25points if he never got injured how good he would of been only god knows.
Allen Iverson, Stephon Marbury and KG