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Brian Scalabrine averaged 3.1 points and 2 rebounds in 13 minutes during his 11-year NBA career — numbers just low enough to lead some people to believe they could take on an NBA bench warmer. Naturally, the now-retired Scalabrine grew tired of such notions, so he sent out a casting call to Boston-area ballers in an effort to silence the haters. After poring through YouTube audition tapes, he found four victims to participate in his 1-on-1 Scallenge (games to 11, scoring by ones and twos), and the result wasn’t pretty: two shutouts and two 11-3 blowouts.
So what have we learned? Don’t mess with the White Mamba, either on the court, or on Twitter.
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