Damon Stoudamire is one of the most beloved players in Arizona Wildcats basketball history, a three-year starter at point guard who led Arizona to the Final Four in 1994 and who ranks sixth on the school career scoring list with 1,849 points.
Yet Stoudamire wasn’t just known for his scoring acumen and floor leadership during his collegiate years. He also happened to have a pretty sweet ride, one of many such quality vehicles Arizona players were known to be driving back in the day.
This subject was brought up by a UA alum whom Stoudamire—now head coach at Pacific—recently crossed paths with. And it apparently wasn’t the first time that happened:
Guy in airport said he went to U of A and enjoyed watching me play. Then said I almost hit him in my BMW by the stadium in 1993! ♂️ finished with I never seen a college team have so many guys w / nice whips ♂️— Damon Stoudamire (@Iambiggie503) January 28, 2019
Naturally, this tweet got notcied. It helped that former UNLV point guard Greg Anthony decided to chime in with his thoughts:
Damn, he never saw the Rebels play? https://t.co/m70y37X80U— Greg Anthony (@GregAnthony50) January 28, 2019
Stoudamire responded to Anthony, and eventually ex-Cincinnati PG Nick Van Exel chimed in:
Dam we didn't even have cars. Smh— nick vanexel (@vanexel31) January 28, 2019
Even former Georgia Tech PG Kenny Anderson got involved:
I was wondering how ya'll roll around like that !— Kenny Anderson (@chibbs_1) January 28, 2019
Then Anthony went there:
I heard about that at Zona! Werd is they still cha chinging it!!! Gonna try and come see you guys play in a few weeks! Love fam https://t.co/iqxajyWIGU— Greg Anthony (@GregAnthony50) January 28, 2019
As if the FBI (and NCAA) didn’t already have Arizona under a microscope …