Where Are They Now: Players Who Were Once Considered the Next Michael Jordan

Harold Miner


Harold Miner

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Harold Miner was dubbed “Baby Jr” when he was drafted by the Miami Heat because of his incredible leaping ability and wiry frame. Unfortunately, The 6’5 phenom didn’t materialize into MJ, and actually ended up as a bust on the professional level. He spent four years in the NBA with Cleveland and Miami before becoming a stay at home dad after wisely investing his money.


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