One one hand, you have Kevin Millwood, a great pitcher that was over shadowed by Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, and John Smoltz. He had a no hitter when he was with the Phillies, but with Braves he went 75-46 with an ERA that was never lower in a season than the leagues except twice. Usually 200+ IP. But still over shadowed by the Big Three.
Rajon Rondo. Nearly averaging 11 points as a kinda experienced player. This time, this player actually won a championship. He was still over shadowed by Boston's big three in Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, and Mr. MVP himself, Paul Pierce. He almost made 50% of his field goals. When he came on the scene, everybody was talking about him, but still over shadowed.
Edge goes to Kevin Millwood because when Rajon Rondo came onto the scene he kind of took over the scene. But Millwood is the kind of player that if you asked a noobition (inside joke for Coltslaxer32, it means newb) who Kevin Millwood is, they would say: who?
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