Many basketball fans only focus on the stars or the best player in the team and give little attention to average players. At times you may make remarks like “wow! I didn’t know this player is still playing”.
There are some NBA stars that played very well and had a bright future but disappeared into thin air. This did not happen because they no longer wanted to play basketball, rather it is because they are no longer playing in the United States.
Over the years, there have been a handful of players who have found success outside America. In this article, we are going to be looking at some NBA stars that are still playing but a lot of people have forgotten about. If you are a hard core-basketball fan, you likely may recognize some of the players that will be listed in this article.
Scottie Reynolds was regarded as a hero because he took his team to the final four in 2009. The next season this young man became the first team of all American and joined the likes of John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins, and two other superstars.
Scottie Reynolds did not get a red carpet fair ware from the NBA, rather he got undrafted in 2010. This made him become the first all American to get undrafted in more than 30 years.
Josh was an excellent player, but he was not able to make the All-American team. He had a fine career. While he was still playing, he was regarded as the big man. In his freshman season, he helped the Huskies win a Championship. He later went on to spend three whole seasons at UConn, where won the best defensive player title.
Mike Miller attended the University Florida. He came all the way from South Dakota. He was able to make a name for himself in the NBA. He helped the Gator get to the NCAA championship, back then in 2000. He later went on to play for the Memphis Grizzlies.
He came from New Jersey to West Virginia. He quickly became popular because he had a serious impact on the mountaineer. In his freshman year, he became their best player on the team he played for. His final game was in 2010, where he got a serious injury that ended his NBA career. He spent months rehabilitating from his injury.