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Robert Horry
Robert Horry
Position: -
Born: 08/25/70
Height: 6-10 / 2.08
Weight:240 lbs. / 108.9 kg.
Earnings: $53,745,000 ($80,035,598*)
What was the year for you all that you thought ‘Man, that was ours. We should have had (ring), it should have popped that year? Chris Webber: I think it’s the, you know, I guess it’s the Lakers. I don’t know if that was 2002 or 03. That’s the year we got cheated I think in Game 6… The year Robert Horry hit a crazy shot… It was that year. It was that year. You know, me and Kobe used to talk about it all the time. (…) That was the team. We should have won the championship and we didn’t because we didn’t follow through after being disappointed in Game six.

Robert Horry: People don't respect what I did in winning seven titles

It was Robert Horry’s, the star role player who won seven titles over his 16-season NBA career — the most of any player not with the 1960s Boston Celtics. Horry congratulated Brady in a tweet, welcoming him to the “7 Chip Club” by posting a meme of their faces photoshopped onto two people in Spider-Man suits pointing at each other. But some people took that as an opportunity to take shots at Horry, minimizing his success as just being in the right place at the right time and scoffing at his stats. Horry is sick of it. And for the first time, he decided to voice his frustration.
But Horry insists he doesn’t get the respect he deserves. He’s not in the Hall of Fame. And according to public opinion, his accomplishments are often minimized because of he played alongside Hakeem and Drexler, Shaq and Kobe, and Timmy, Tony, and Manu. To Horry, it feels disrespectful. “More than half the time, I feel slighted because I don’t think people really appreciate what I did,” Horry said. “Even [Monday], with me tweeting [about Brady], there’s always people going, ‘Oh, this, this, and this.’ I don’t pay any attention because if it was one of my teammates that would’ve said it, then it would’ve had some meaning.”