IMX, you're way off man. What does Quentin Richardson have to become a superstar? Having squinty eyes don't make you a superstar. My man Al Harrington has more potential than Q, he was putting up better numbers coming off the bench for the Pacers in less PT than Q, Al's also got top 10 defense, something Quentin doesnt have. Al would have been unanimous vote for 6th Man of the Yera had he not been injured. Also sure Ricky Davis is a pretty good player who's pretty dman exicting, but there's no way he's ever gonna be a superstar, ecspecialy not playing in Cleveland. He'll be a star on the Sean Elliott/Toni Kukoc level but he wont be a superstar. DaJuan has no defense but I guess that doesn't matter anymore so idk I guess he'll be a superstar. LeBrons already a superstar, damn. O'Neal's just inches away from superstardom, if he has a good year this upcoming season he'll reach it. Griffin looks damn good and even though he's over looked for guys like Jason Richardson and Tyson Chandler, he could end up being the best player form last years draft. Tysons look's like he'll be very good though he looks akward on the court but idk. I dont think Curry will ever be a superstar. Maybe a star on a Dale Davis type level but never a superstar. Darius Miles could become a big time player, but he still doesn't have half the potential of Bender. had Bender been in the same draft as Miles I'm sure he would have went #1 overall to the Nets, would have gotten lots of playing time playing for their at the time extremely weak team, and would already be a star. Remember, Bender wnet #5 in one of the strongest drafts ever, the 4 guys who went ahead of him were: Elton Brand, Steve Francis, Baron Davis, and Lamar Odom. Miles went #3 in maybe the weakest draft ever, going behind Kenyon Martin and Chris Mhim (I think).