It's hardly an auspicious beginning for Travis Outlaw Day in Starkville, MS. Hardwood Paroxysm, in ranking the worst rotation players in the NBA, calls the Nets forward the 29th worst in the NBA and says last season, he was "just about the worst rotation player in the league in 2010-2011."
The author simply can't believe a player who had potential in Portland was such an utter disaster in New Jersey. "There’s plenty of value in a 6’9 guy who can create a decent shot whenever he wants to. The guy we saw in Portland, when healthy, was far from one of the 50-worst rotation players in the league."
New Jersey? "If you’re a Nets fan, you can only pray that it was an aberration. A terrible, terrible aberration."
- Exercises In Futility: The 50 Worst NBA Rotation Players, 30-21 - Danny Chau & James Herbert - Hardwood Paroxysm
- NBA star gives back with Travis Outlaw Day - David Miller - Columbus Dispatch