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Would all NBA players be amazing basketball players outside the NBA?

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2008-09-04 09:46:41
2008-09-04 09:46:41

Of course not. There are NBA players who are broken-down shells of their former selves, and there are also players who wouldn't fit in well with, say, the European style of basketball.

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