Found September 25, 2012 on
Brian Scalabrine is the most famous basketball player without doing much of anything throughout his career. Sclabrine has decided to retire after 10 seasons in the league. He turned down a chance to be an assistant coach with the Bulls to pursue opportunities in broadcasting. He received a lot of attention mostly for his red hair.
For his career Scalabrine played in 520 games, started 61 of them. He averaged 3.1 points per game and 2 rebounds per game. He played for the Nets, Celtics, and Bulls. He won a title with the Celtics in 2008.
While lots of people made a joke of him. How many people can say they played in the NBA? In honor of Scalabrine check out his career highlight tape below.
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