In his 11 years in the NBA, Brian Scalabrine cemented himself as a fan-favorite and all-around good guy. Disregard the fact that he averaged 3.2 points per game over a 10-year span, and the White Mamba was a fierce competitor whose story is now being told by ESPN’s “30 for 30” documentary team. Kind of.
A trailer for a fake ESPN documentary called “Brian” surfaced on YouTube, and takes a look at how Scal became one of the most well-known players in the NBA, despite not actually being “the greatest.”
The clip gathers soundbites from people like Dr. J, Kevin Durant and Dick Vitale.
Check it out below.
It looks like Rob Ryan is enjoying St. Patrick’s day weekend.
WDSU Parade Tracker (@parades) March 15, 2014
It’s hard to compete with Don Cherry.
Don Cherry stole my outfit for tomorrow - twitpic.com/dyhnp0—
Sean Leahy (@Sean_Leahy) March 16, 2014
It’ll be alright, kid.