Each decade has its share of players who are considered busts. Obviously, several of these types of players from the ’90s fall into this category. But in reality, the label bust may be unfairly given to certain players. Find out from this 90s Sports Nostalgia video about which 5 NBA players should not be considered busts from the ’90s.
Take a look at this video with highlights from a 1997 game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Dallas Cowboys.
In this video, Allen Iverson’s electrifying quickness is on display during his days at Georgetown. The Memphis Tigers came into town with a talented top-25 team with three future NBA players in Cedric Henderson, Lorenzen Wright and Chris Garner. The Tigers also had one of the greatest leapers ever in Michael Wilson. Meanwhile, the Hoyas also had their fair share of NBA talent in Iverson, Othella Harrington, Jerome Williams and Jahidi White. This game took place on Saturday, Feb 17, 1996.
Check out this intro from ABC Sports. According to the video, it is from 1989. Just bringing back some College Basketball nostalgia.
This was one of the best Rose Bowls in the 90s. UCLA had a shot at the National Championship but lost in a December game on the road against Miami. Meanwhile, Wisconsin was led by Ron Dayne and playing in their 2nd Rose Bowl of the decade.
Interesting teams were involved in the Final Four during the 90s. Check out which of these teams are forgotten.
Name that NBA player from the 90s quiz. This is a 90s Sports Quiz that allows you to challenge yourself to see if you can name these NBA players in this quiz.
This videos is the 7 Greatest Thanksgiving Day Players In NBA History from Andy Hoops.
In Ken Griffey Jr.’s first MLB postseason game, #24 hits two home runs in game 1 of the 1995 ALDS.