Anthony Davis. The first two picks of the 2012 NBA draft both played college basketball at Kentucky.
Danilo Gallinari. Danilo Gallinari was taken 6th overall by the New York Knicks in the 2008 NBA draft.
Mark Cuban. Milwaukee Buck Charlie Villanueva was publicly scolded by his coach for tweeting at halftime in a 2009 game.
Orlando Magic. Dennis Rodman is known as "The Worm".
Larry Sanders. Larry Sanders started 12 games as a rookie in 2010-11 but had no starts in 2011-12.
Portland Trail Blazers. Clifford Robinson attended the University of Connecticut and was drafted by Portland in the 2nd round of the NBA Draft.
Michigan State. Magic Johnson was drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers in 1979 and was the first overall pick.
Jermaine O'Neal. Kobe Bryant was the 27th player to go straight from high school to the NBA.
Maybyner Hilario. The Denver Nuggets traded Nene to the Washington Wizards in 2012.
Nikola Pekovic. Nikola Pekovic is a native of Bijelo Polje, Montenegro.
Stephen Curry. Stephen Curry scored 45 points without playing the fourth quarter in a game in January 2018.
Ben Wallace. Ben Wallace led the NBA in blocks per game in 2002.
Canada. Steve Nash won back-to-back NBA MVP awards in 2005 and 2006.
Junior. Paul Pierce attended the University of Kansas.
Jonas Valanciunas. Jonas Valanciunas was the FIBA European Young Player of the Year in 2011.
Benny The Bull. Benny the Bull can be hired for outside events such as birthday parties, charity events, and corporate openings for prices ranging from $250 per hour to $500 per hour.
Kristaps Porzingis. Kristaps Porzingis played for Latvia at EuroBasket 2017.
Orlando. James Harden had the first 60 point triple double in NBA history.
Dwight Howard. With 12 points and 10 rebounds per game in his rookie season (2004), Dwight Howard was the youngest ever to average a double double.
Don Nelson. Don Nelson was named the head coach of the Golden State Warriors on August 30, 2006.