He and his brother share 1 brain, and his brother took the whole of it. He could have had a much better career if only he was not an athletic freak with the mind of a 7 years old child.
I remember reading an interview where he was genuinely convinced he was the "European Ray Allen".
>so old Seattle had a franchise back then
He spent a whole year not playing in 2014, refusing every offers, because he was convinced some NBA team would sign him after leaving Toronto.
Then, after a while, he eventually signed for some random Puerto Rican team.
>and everyone from those early post-Jordan Bulls teams
For those of you too young to remember, those teams right after Jordan retired were among the worst ever fielded in NBA history.
A huge potential,completely wasted by a lunatic behaviour. He was named best European U20 center in 1995, played in UCLA, got drafted 11th by the Celtics. Problem is he always relied on his raw natural skills without trying to work on what his coaches asked him to workd, as he felt he didn't need it and didn't see the point of it. Then he was a trade-meat journeyman player in several franchises until 2005, and eventually played for several big teams in Yurop (Madrid, Bologna...), each times decreasing in standards as he still had the same behaviour, until his demise was so great he had no more choice than joining such great teams as the Jiangsu Dragons, Dnipropetrovsk or Piratas de Quebradillas.
>that entire East Conference Champion team
>the team now
>Boston Celtics player Mickael Pietrus says "all day, all night, I love you" in a post-game interview in his first game back after getting a concussion.
>after getting a concussion.
Only people with a brain can have a concussion, though.