120 years have passed since James Naismith invented basketball in Springfield, Mass., and we finally have a fairly good grasp on the various player types, their attributes and their playing styles; we have the big men, the guys in the paint, getting boards and playing tough defense, plus knocking in the easy points under the hoop.
We have your small forwards, shooting guards, and everything in between. These guys are your workhorses, the ones who do a lot of your best shooting, and the closer you are to small forward, the more rebounding you're going to do as well.
Finally, we have your point guards. They can do all sorts of things, but they're the floor generals. They pass, and pass a lot. Without them, the offense doesn't move.
Why am I telling all of you basketball buffs this? I mean, come on, this is, like pee-wee stuff.
I spell it all because this is how we traditionally think of basketball in terms of players and their positions. This is what we're taught from a young age, and this becomes ingrained in us over time.
Sometimes, however, players don't fit the mold. Players may transcend these rough styles, or create a style all their own. Here, we'll look at the four most unique players to ever wear Celtic Green.