Kwame Brown. Kwame had more hype to live up to as the No. 1 pick but I doubt he will ever live up to it. I can't ever see him being a dominant player but it could all change without MJ looking over you shoulder. Miles was basically an unknown but it could also change for him with Lebron getting all the pub in Cleveland. Miles tends to shy away from the press.
Basically, the jury is still out on the rich kids.
RUN TMC or Nash/VanExel/Finley (2003 version of RUN TMC IMO)?
I gotta go with Tim, Mitch, and Chris on this one. They were great during their prime as a trio. They were all averaging as a whole 75+ points a game. And one thing about TMC, they did not have a Dirk Nowitki to help them out. So I have to go with the Oakland boys in this one.
No, I am not out of my mind. I know BIRD had game.. mad game.. he is a LEGEND...I was merely talking about the "J". I watched a documentary about MULLIN and a lot of LEGENDS commented that he had the sweetest "J" they've ever seen. Isiah, magic.....etc. was on that documentary and made the same comments.
anyways to answer your question HARPER wins hands down. Besides the rings, people thought he was a selfish player when he first came into the league. He as like the Drexler in the East while his stay with the CAVS. He became the CLIPPERS best player soon after but made a smart decision when he decided to opt for the TITLE rather than personal stats. He became a consumate teamplayer during and after playing in Chicago with Jordan/Pip. We all know what transpired next after that.
(the battle of the COLLEGE FLOPS!!!!)
Harold Miner or Lorenzen Oar?