Todd MacCulloch had a brief but eventful four year NBA career, playing in the NBA Finals in 2001 and 2002. After having his career cut short by a neurological condition that caused extreme pain to his feet, he worked as a broadcaster and then became a professional pinball player. In this visit with Noah Coslov and Adam Stanco, Todd shares great stories about Allen Iverson, Shaquille O’Neal, Jason Kidd, Steve Nash, and how he reacted when the Nets signed him to a $34 million dollar contract. Todd’s stories are frequently “laugh out loud” funny and he is one of the most self aware individuals you’ll ever hear.
Todd MacCulloch, who played four NBA seasons before retiring due to nerve damage in his feet is now a professional pinball player. Here’s a look at his collection of pinball machines. Todd tells his story to Noah Coslov and Adam Stanco on this week’s Catch and Shoot podcast from Pure Hoops Media
Posted by PURE HOOPS MEDIA on Wednesday, 10 July 2019