Who is your favorite "obscure" player from a different team?
Who are you favorite obscure players from a different team. Guys that aren't stars by any stretch, but you like to watch play.
I'd say Carl Landry and Leon Powe.
- .Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Craig Smith and Aaron Brooks.
- 1 decade ago
I hate to say it now because he's on a 'different team' .....Powe.
A few others Maxielle, Barrera, I think we may be at the point that Camby can count as obscure, and as much as he gets ragged on and I don't think he ever deserves it... Darko Milicic. The man has some moves! Larry brown ruined that guys careeer with his hatred of all players not over 27...
- nba_gswLv 71 decade ago
Im not gonna try to bias or anything but I really really liked watching Anthony Randolph play. He had that poise and self-confidence in himself that many rookies usually dont have.
He is so scarpppy and energentic out there. I remember a game against the Lakers when he just annoyed the hell outta the Laker rebounders---gasol and odom mainly. He was taking them on 2on 1.
I remember there was a play you could see the frustration in Odom when Randolph tried to get a rebound over Odom's shoulders and landed on Odom's back and Odom just shoved the hell outta randolph.
Love to see a Laker mad. :P
The thing to watch for in the video is Randolph getting the ball even tho he is trying to balance himself on Odom's back.Source(s): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXsDzac4fXg
- NicksterLv 71 decade ago
What up Corey,
I like watching Azubukie of the Warriors play as well as Aaron Brooks of the Rockets.
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- Jeremy ELv 51 decade ago
I can't remember his name, but he was the back-up center for the Mavs last year. He played well in the playoffs against the Spurs.
Edit: I remembered his name, Ryan Hollins. He plays with a lot of energy.
- MC™Lv 71 decade ago
I became a fan of the Birdman this year, Jason Maxiell from the Pistons is another great energy and hustle player, and of course there is Ronnie.Source(s): MC
- GeoLv 41 decade ago
Trevor Ariza, then Paul Millsap
- Anonymous1 decade ago
he is so good at D and can play well at the offensive end
- mntwolvesLv 41 decade ago
If he's still with the Nuggets, Renaldo Balkman. Loved his hustle when he was with the Knicks.