Sep 22, 2011, 8:27 PM EST
If James Worthy were on just about any other team in NBA history, he would be looked back on as one of the, if not the, greatest player in the franchise’s history.
But he ended up on the Showtime Lakers, where he was sometimes option No. 3. But watch these highlights and remember how special he was — there may never have been a quicker spin move out of the post. He was one of the best transition finishers you’ll ever see (and that was a good team to be a transition finisher on). He had an amazing career.
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