What are the outstanding players in the NBA96 golden generation full curtain call

What are the outstanding players in the NBA96 golden generation full curtain call
On November 2, Beijing time, 41-year-old NBA striker Ray Allen officially announced his retirement today, which means that the last member of the 96 Golden Generation also left the NBA.As the most famous rookie in NBA history, the 96 Golden Generation has left fans with countless exciting and exciting game moments.Let us review the farewell moments of the outstanding representatives of the 96 golden generation in the NBA.  1) Allen Iverson 1996 NBA No. 1 pick Iverson is the greatest small player in NBA history and a super player.In 2001, the 76ers reached the finals and played against the Lakers OK combination alone, becoming the classic NBA scene.But at the end of his career, Iverson had a bad time.At the end of 2009, he returned to the 76ers.  On February 21, 2010, Iverson ushered in his last game in the NBA. The 76ers challenged the Bulls away. Iverson played 29 minutes. He scored 13 points and 3 assists on 5 of 13 shots. The 76ersAway from home.After that game, Iverson left the team indefinitely due to family reasons, this step let him completely bid farewell to the NBA.  2) Marcus Camby’s 1996 NBA chart leader Camby was an outstanding defensive center. In his career, he has been the best defensive player four times, was elected the best defensive player once, and became the block leader four times.  In the 2012-13 season, Camby spent the final season of his career with the Knicks.On May 6, 2013, Camby played only 12 seconds in the first game of the Knicks vs. Pacers in the Eastern Conference semifinals. There was no party, and this was his last appearance in the NBA.  3) Stephen Marbury’s 1996 NBA first round No. 4 show Marbury was a super-small guard who was comparable to Iverson, but because of personality and other reasons, Marbury left the NBA early.  His last stop in the NBA was the Boston Celtics.The seventh game of the 2009 Eastern Conference semifinals was Marbury’s final appearance in the NBA. He played 14 minutes in that game and scored 4 points on 1 of 4 shots. The Celtics were eventually eliminated by the Magic.However, Marbury ushered in the second spring of his career in China.  4) Ray Allen was the greatest three-point shooter in NBA history before the appearance of Stephen Curry in the first round of the fifth round of the 1996 NBA.In his career, he won the NBA championship in the Celtics and Heat.Allen has excellent shooting skills and a big heart.In Game 6 of the 2013 Finals, Allen’s fatal three-pointer became a classic NBA picture.  With the Heat losing to the Spurs in the 2014 finals, Allen said goodbye to the NBA.June 16, 2014 was Allen’s last game in the NBA. He played 31 minutes and made only 1 of 8 shots, scoring 5 points.Today, more than two years later, 41-year-old Allen officially announced his retirement.Further reading: Ray-Allen classic moments: save the LBJ’s greatest 3-partition buckleMattrey-Allen career data three-point shot into 2973 hit rate 40%Previous page123Next page