The term is used for a basketball player who gets the ball and shoots, despite percentages. According to freelance writer Tyler Kimmel, that was the best way to describe Brown's performance at a charity basketball game last week at California University of Pennsylvania.
Proceeds from the game went to the Jeanie Carter Scholarship Fund. The Steelers defeated the CalU All-Stars 86-59.
Teams around the NFL will put on shows like this in their particular regions. I've been to one of them, done by the Vikings, when I was in college. There, I got to D up future Ravens center Matt Birk as well as local legend Jim Kleinsasser.
I may have been able to take Birk off the dribble (may not be true), but Kleinsasser was a total freak.
The Trib Review has a picture of Golden dunking, which is kind of cool considering he's listed as 5-foot-11.
Brown also took the entire Clairton football team to Dave and Busters because he was supposed to go to their banquet, but a scheduling conflict prevented it. Brown's definitely playing the part of the community guy within Steeler Nation, so it deserves mentioning here.