Jonathan Bender was selected 5th overall in the 1999 draft out of high school by the Indiana Pacers but was traded on draft day to the Toronto Raptors for Antonio Davis. The seven footer that was hyped for his size, athleticism and all around skill but saw limited time during his seven years with the Pacers because of a persistent sore knee that forced him to retire in 2005.
He's now a guest on The Breakdown and we're pleased to hear about what he's up to with the work of his foundation, his thoughts on playing alongside Reggie Miller and the product of Picayune, Mississippi even reflects on what life would have been like if the Raptors hadn't been traded him.
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