2021 Basketball Eligibles

Tim Duncan was a superstar on the court, but so quiet off of it that as great as he was and as sure he will enter the Basketball Hall on his first ballot, he might be the most underrated player of all time.
Mo Williams was realistically an NBA journeyman basketball player, as he was with seven teams (two twice) over his career but the former SEC Freshman of the Year was able to achieve the respectable milestone of 10,000 career NBA Points and went to an All Star Game in 2009 as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers.  He would return to Cleveland and reunite with LeBron James where in his final season he would win an…
While there have been some valid criticisms of Kobe Bryant one thing can never be argued is his intense desire to win.
Kevin Garnett was the first player drafted in twenty years to come from prep to pro.  There were many who were concerned that this was too far a leap for anyone to make.  They needn’t have worried.
A former number one overall draft pick after being the NCAA player of the year, Elton Brand would go to two All Star Games and enjoy a long career in the National Basketball Association.  Brand would share Rookie of the Year honors with Steve Francis and would be known for his attention to the glass by leading the NBA in offensive rebounds twice.  Brand was also a good scorer, as he would six times exceed…
From prep to Rookie of the Year, Amar’e Stoudemire suffered the way many big men have in the past: countless knee problems.  While that was true, Amar’e was a dominating scoring presence in the paint, earning six All Star appearances and averaging over 20 Points per Game seven seasons.  Along with Steve Nash, Stoudemire made the Phoenix Suns Championship contenders and hoped to do the same with the New York Knicks and though he got…