6 Other Players Not Named Isiah Thomas Who Could’ve Made The Dream Team

By: 06.14.12  •  38 Comments

In light of the 90-minute marvel that was NBA TV’s “Dream Team” documentary, Isiah Thomas took to Twitter and stated: “Today, like all Americans, I congratulate the Dream Team on their anniversary. I am proud of my career in the NBA and have fond memories of going head-to-head with all the members of the team. I can’t speak to the selection process as I wasn’t involved. But 20 years later, their gold medal is still a momentous achievement.”

It wasn’t an act of self-gratification despite what his track record would allow one to assume. A key portion of the documentary shed light on “Zeke’s” exclusion from the greatest team ever assembled. And while he may be the most notable (and/or controversial) omission, he’s not the only one. Here are six more players that could have taken their talents to Spain.

Sources: NBA.com, Wiki, LSUSports.net

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