The answer to whether any NBA player can have a highlight video is yes, just about any NBA player can have a highlight video.
Here is the White Mamba's greatest hits thanks to the NBA's YouTube channel.
As ESPN reports, the days are over for one of the greatest cult hits to play professional basketball.
The red-headed warrior is like Army of Darkness or Weekend at Bernie's II, a cult favorite that only a specific group of fans adore.
Actually, those movies are legitimately awesome, so I take that back.
I understand that sentiment may welcome a great deal of vitriol from fans who adore the player who averaged 13 minutes and a hair over three points per game.
The people just love the main man of garbage time.
After seeing two minutes of three-pointers and floaters through the paint, I am leaning toward being convinced of his brilliance.
We now await some epic highlight videos of Eddy Curry, Kwame Brown and others when their career are done.
Come to think of it, we were cheated out of the 15-second highlight reel for Mark Madsen. I will now wait by my computer until that drops.
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