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The Next Generation in the NBA Eventually the NBAs brightest stars will fade from the sky Great players come and go Most new players wait ready to carry on their tradition Wilt Chamberlain and Russell were 2 of the best centers the game has ever seen Bob Cousy Oscar Robertson and Jerry West were the smoothest guards in the 50s and 60s Earl The Pearl Monroe and Walt Frazier dazzled fans in the 70s The 80s of course belonged to Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan The next generation is now ready to step into the spotlight The exciting young players Ive chosen have only been in the NBA a few years but have made their presence known Damon Staudamire and Grant Hill are the Next Generation in the NBA On Damon Staudamires right arm is a tattoo of mightymouse clutching a basketball It is an appropriate symbol Damon the 510 point guard for the Toronto Raptors is a small kid in a big mans world But size hasnt stopped him from accomplishing big things He was named the NBA Rookie of the Year after the 1995-96 season Like his favorite cartoon character Damon knows that size is not everything A lot of people think that being short is a disadvantage but I dont see it that way Benagh 71 Damon Staudamire was born on September 3 1973 in Portland Oregon His father Willie had played college ball at Portland State And the Detroit Lions had drafted his uncle Its no surprise that one of his heroes was Nate Archibald a 60 guard whos nickname was Tiny Damon is even smaller than tiny But he has proved that basketball is not just a game for giants If a player is quick and smart hell be good At Wilson High School Damon was captain of the varsity basketball team As a senior he averaged 261 points and 90 assists Benagh 72 He was named Oregon player of
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