Brian Scalebrini, a.k.a. "the White Mamba," spent 11 seasons in the NBA (Nets, Celtics, Bulls). The 6'9" forward/center averaged 3.1 points per game in an average of 13 minutes per game of playing time. His career salary? $20,126,688. Among his claims to fame is the fact that he never played even 1 minute of the 2008 NBA Finals, when his team, the Celtics won an NBA championship. Anyway, I guess he got tired of fans ragging on him on radio shows and blogs, saying he has no real basketball skills and is an average Joe, so he accepted an invitation to play 1 on 1 against 4 guys a Boston radio station hand picked. Scalabrini killed all 4. I was surprised how hard it was for Brian to score at times, then again that was his NBA career, but I was also surprised how quick he was for his size, another reminder of how amazing of athletes even the lowest of the NBA players really are.