Monday, June 8, 2009

Who's the king of the court?

A couple friends and I were sitting around this weekend, somewhat depressed the Diamond 'Dogs weren't back in the Super Regionals, and a little excited the preseason football mags are out.

Then we got to talking about Rafer Alston (aka Skip to My Lou), the Rucker Park streetball legend turned Fresno State point guard under Jerry Tarkanian. Much of the talk on local TV news this week has been how Alston is the first former Bulldog to play in the NBA Finals, as he's starting for the Orlando Magic against the Lakers. (Note: While he didn't play in the Finals, Melvin Ely is proud owner of a championship ring with the San Antonio Spurs a couple years ago).
The question is this:
Which former Fresno State star has had the best NBA career?
--Rafer Alston
--Ron Anderson
--Rod Higgins
--Melvin Ely
--Dominic McGuire
--Courtney Alexander

1 comment:

  1. Rafer Alston. But beware of Paul George. He has the tools to be a player in the NBA. And when I say tools, I mean dunking ability.


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