For the last ten years or so, Kappusamy Satyaseelan (Segamat Rimba Timor) has done a lot for Malaysian basketball. Most notably, he led Malaysia to the South-East Asian Championship in 2005. He's arguably the greatest shooter that the country has ever produced, and is somewhat of a celebrity there. Satyaseelan began playing for his country in 1996 and has become, by far, their most experienced player. However, Satyaseelan recently announced that he was retiring from the national team. “I’ve had enough and it’s time to move on and let the younger players take over. But I may still play for my state side if they need me. I am thinking of a different job, maybe explore some business opportunities with the savings that I made,” said Satyaseelan. This is a huge loss for Malaysian basketball, a country that hasn't had many players to brag about, although Satyaseelan was certainly one of them. Ranked 61st according to FIBA, there is no telling when a a player of his caliber will come around again for Malaysia.