ESPN is going to run a feature on 'The Flintstones' covering one of the amazing story of Flint players reaching championship levels at Michigan State.

The special will run during the Final Four weekend, covering Mateen Cleaves, Charlie Bell, Morris Peterson, and Antonio Smith during their 2000 NCAA Championship run.

The piece will run all throughout the day on Sunday, April 5th, lasting about seven minutes.  ESPN will obviously feature footage from their amazing championship run, but they also came to Flint this week to catch some modern day clips of the Flintstones.

This is a well deserved tribute to some of the best basketball players, and people to come out of our area.

I was lucky enough to play in a charity game put on by Jason Richardson, and Mo Pete was one of the guys on my team.  I always thought he was a good player, but watching him ball against Richardson, Zach Randolph, Gilbert Arenas, and many others, convinced me that he was the best baller of the Flintstones.

Who do you think was the most talented Flintstone?

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