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Candace Parker

  1. Candace Parker is a phenomenal athlete and one of the most advanced offensive players the game has ever been blessed with, but Griner could be better.
  2. Candace Parker was 10 years old when she watched Lisa Leslie win her first Olympic gold medal in Atlanta.
  3. Candace Parker was a double winner, earning female athlete of the year and female college athlete honors.
  4. Candace Parker was at her best when Tennessee needed it the most.
  5. Candace Parker was involved in a fight with Cheryl Ford of the Detroit Shock.

Chauncey Billups

  1. Chauncey Billups was on like seven teams before he landed with the Pistons.
  2. Chauncey Billups is a free agent this off-season and Lindsey Hunter's one of the older point guards in the league.
  3. Chauncey Billups was a lottery pick as was Richard Hamilton.
  4. Chauncey Billups was equally bad in missing 9 of 11 attempts, and, as in Game 1, the Pistons got very little from their bench.

Chris Andersen

  1. Chris Andersen was booted from the NBA in 2006 after violating the league’s substance abuse policy.
  2. Chris Andersen was one of the Nuggets' most popular players while with them from 2001-04.
  3. Chris Andersen was suspended 28 months before being reinstated March 5.
  4. Chris Andersen was going to buy his mother a house. (Web site)

Kobe Bryant

  1. Kobe Bryant is a two guard, a fast, slashing, driving, stop on a dime and pop player.
  2. Kobe Bryant is a very talented basketball player, Kobe Bryant set out to emulate Michael Jordan and any observer of the game can see that.
  3. Kobe Bryant is one of the best players to ever play the game.
  4. Kobe Bryant is the best basketball player to ever play the game. (Web site)
  5. Kobe Bryant is the latest and 4th player to have achieved this feat (62 points in 33 minutes on December 20, 2005).

Kwame Brown

  1. Kwame Brown is an NBA player who plays power forward and center for the Los Angeles Lakers.
  2. Kwame Brown is a Center for the Los Angeles Lakers, and a former overall #1 pick in the NBA Draft.
  3. Kwame Brown was one of the most spectacular high school players in his class.
  4. Kwame Brown was the the first high school player ever selected with the first overall pick in the NBA Draft Kwame Brown scored a career-high 14 points vs. (Web site)
  5. Kwame Brown is a young, strong, athletic, 6-foot-11 player with limited ball skills.

Larry Bird

  1. Larry Bird is a legendary basketball player that will never be forgotten.
  2. Larry Bird is a professional basketball player who was 12 times NBA All-Star.
  3. Larry Bird is a true basketball legend and role model. (Web site)
  4. Larry Bird is one of the greatest basketball players of all time and one very good reason to have Celtic Pride.
  5. Larry Bird was a legend before he ever left Indiana to become an all-star with the Boston Celtics.

Rick Barry

  1. Rick Barry is one of the greatest basketball players in history. (Web site)
  2. Rick Barry was 21 years, 261 days old when he scored 57 for San Francisco on Dec.
  3. Rick Barry was a great ---scorer---. As far as career accomplishments go, he fell just short of Jerry West in just about every measurable statistic. (Web site)
  4. Rick Barry was arrested by Miami undercover policeman trainee Shaquille O'Neal for carrying a hand made sign in South Beach that read.
  5. Rick Barry was signed for the 1979 season from the Golden State Warriors in exchange for John Lucas. (Web site)

Sue Bird

  1. Sue Bird is one of six women to receive a Gold Medal, NCAA championship, and a WNBA Championship.
  2. Sue Bird is one of six women to receive a Gold Medal, an NCAA championship, and a WNBA Championship.
  3. Sue Bird was truly the official woman whose games played a great compititions.
  4. Sue bird was important that sue bird may be rendered useful.
  5. Sue Bird is one hot player, man she is fast and has amazing speed in the WNBA. I am very happy that she is an American. (Web site)

Aaron Mckie

  1. Aaron McKie McKie was selected in the first round (17th overall) of the 1994 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers.
  2. With Aaron McKie still out with a slight tear in his left quadriceps, the Lakers basically have a three-guard rotation. (Web site)
  3. In exchange, Philadelphia received Aaron McKie and Theo Ratliff, defensive standouts who would have an impact in the team's resurgence. (Web site)
  4. At Temple, Brunson helped lead the Owls to the NCAA Tournament in each of his four years, teaming with future NBA players Eddie Jones and Aaron McKie. (Web site)


  1. Abdul-Aziz was the fifth pick in the 1968 NBA draft and had his number retired by the school. (Web site)
  2. Anderson also recruited Zaid Abdul-Aziz, one of the top players in school history.
  3. The 6'9" Abdul-Aziz starred at Iowa State University before being draft ed by the NBA 's Cincinnati Royals in 1968.

Adrian Dantley

  1. So, they traded star forward, Adrian Dantley, to the Detroit Pistons and decided to build around Malone.
  2. Color cover photo of RICK BARRY with smaller inset photo of College Player of the Year ADRIAN DANTLEY. interior is very tight and clean. (Web site)
  3. Dumars mentors Hill as Joe himself was once mentored by ex-Pistons player Adrian Dantley when Joe entered the league in 1985. (Web site)
  4. The 1989 Detroit Pistons traded class act Adrian Dantley for Mark Aguirre and won their first title.
  5. I doubt that Adrian Dantley's 76 games in a Mavs uniform had much to do with his spot in this year's Hall of Fame class.

Adam Morrison

  1. He inherited a pretty bad roster in Charlotte, and then endured massive injuries to Adam Morrison, Sean May, Gerald Wallace, and others.
  2. I almost puked when I read that Adam Morrison rumor the other day.
  3. Adam Morrison now with more hippy but the same amount of sadness.

Alex Hannum

  1. Coached by Jack McMahon and Alex Hannum, the Rockets tallied a 119-209 record over their tenure in San Diego. (Web site)
  2. Ironically, by the time Barry was cleared to play for Oakland, Hale had departed and Alex Hannum had taken the coaching reins. (Web site)

Allan Houston

  1. It is an abbreviated version of Allan Houston's events over the course of 4 games.
  2. In spite of their seeding, the Heat would lose to the Knicks again after Allan Houston hit a rim-bouncing game-winning jumper in Game 5 to decide the series.
  3. FIG. 32 shows a report that is the result of a ---Player--- search---Player: Allan Houston of the NY Knicks. (Web site)

Al Harrington

  1. Impact: The Pistons are said to want Andris Biedrins, but the Warriors are countering with Al Harrington.
  2. He's the best fantasy play on the squad, while Al Harrington is a little risky because of the possibility he could be traded.
  3. Al Harrington was voted as the player most likely to have a breakout season this year. (Web site)

Adrian Griffin

  1. Adrian Griffin: A Scott Skiles guy who plays solid defense at both shooting guard and small forward.
  2. Milwaukee also will get point guard Luke Ridnour and forward Adrian Griffin from Oklahoma City.
  3. During the off season, the Bulls signed forwards Joe Smith and Adrian Griffin, and drafted center Joakim Noah. (Web site)

Al Jefferson

  1. Al Jefferson scored 11 points and Randy Foye scored 10 points.
  2. Al Jefferson led Minnesota with 30 points and 12 rebounds, while Rashad McCants had 18 points.
  3. He was clearly better as the power forward and the one sure star the Wolves have is Al Jefferson and not Beasley, Love or Mayo.
  4. Al Jefferson was a last minute recommendation.
  5. By acquiring sharpshooter Mike Miller and rookie big man Kevin Love for draftee O.J. Mayo, the Wolves have put some nice new pieces around Al Jefferson.

Alan Henderson

  1. Alan Henderson was named the league's Most Improved Player, while Blaylock led the NBA in steals. (Web site)
  2. And on the latest great news with a great attitude front, Atlanta captain Alan Henderson is declaring himself healthy for the first time in a long time. (Web site)

American Basketball Players

  1. Many of Wikipedia's articles on individual American basketball players have not yet been tagged for this page.
  2. Birth Year : 1944 Known as Wade Houston, he was one of the first African American basketball players at the University of Louisville. (Web site)
  3. Articles in category "American basketball players" There are 2 articles in this section of this category. (Web site)
  4. Also, a player should not be in a subcategory of this category (E.G African American basketball players) and this one.

Alex English

  1. And I've always thought that Alex English (of the Denver Nuggets) comprised a nickname in his own right ("Put some English on that shot, baby!").
  2. Probably would have obsessed over: Alex English.

Andrew Bynum

  1. Andrew Bynum is a legit 7 footer with great mobility.
  2. Andrew Bynum is a physical marvel…If Andrew Bynum works at his game, he could really become a special player.
  3. Andrew Bynum is also a good choice, but I wouldn't compare him against Dwight Howard. (Web site)
  4. Andrew Bynum is an American professional basketball player , Andrew Bynum is playing for the team Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association.
  5. Andrew Bynum is the biggest and strongest high school center to arrive in some time.

Andrew Lang

  1. Immediately after his selection, Allen and Andrew Lang were traded to the Milwaukee Bucks for the rights to fourth pick Stephon Marbury. (Web site)
  2. On June 17, 1992, Barkley was traded to the Phoenix Suns for Jeff Hornacek, Tim Perry, and Andrew Lang, a deal that was met with harsh criticism. (Web site)

Andre Barrett

  1. CLIPPERS: Clippers Sign Guard Andre Barrett When his contract expired, it was not renewed; they signed Smush Parker instead.
  2. CLICK TO ENLARGE Andre Barrett, as seen in his one game with the Toros Photo by Carlos San Miguel -He-s as good a point guard as there is in this league.
  3. Andre Barrett (born February 21 1982) is a professional basketball player in the NBA Development League who plays for the Florida Flame. (Web site)

Antawn Jamison

  1. However, Bowen received only little playing time, despite the injuries of fellow swingmen and guards Antawn Jamison, Carmelo Anthony and Dwyane Wade.
  2. Arenas also stated that he will consider resigning with the Wizards if they are able to retain fellow free agent and teammate Antawn Jamison.
  3. Caron Butler and Antawn Jamison is icing on the cake for the Wizards. (Web site)
  4. Antawn Jamison was introduced by the Wizards yesterday and he took the press conference by storm. (Web site)
  5. Antawn Jamison was the 29th best player in the league in that department last year. (Web site)

Anthony Johnson

  1. Anthony Johnson is a tough-minded veteran who has played for seven teams in his 11-year career, including the Magic in 1999-2000.

Antoine Walker

  1. On February 24, 2005 Payton was traded to the Atlanta Hawks in a deal that brought former Celtic Antoine Walker back to Boston. (Web site)
  2. Antoine Walker: Now very well-traveled, Walker is your classic love him-or-hate him player when it comes to Celtics fans.
  3. Ainge believed the team had reached its peak and promptly stunned the team by sending Antoine Walker to the Dallas Mavericks (along with Tony Delk). (Web site)
  4. Antoine Walker is a Hawker and Tony Delk's been dealt. (Web site)

Antonio Davis

  1. Bender was traded by the Raptors to the Pacers on draft day 1999 for Antonio Davis. (Web site)
  2. The Pacers traded Antonio Davis for Jonathan Bender, a first-round pick straight out of high school, leaving Croshere as the main reserve forward. (Web site)
  3. Sure VC was great but the rest of the team was very average (Alvin Williams, Mo Peterson, Charles Oakley, and Antonio Davis).

Antonio Mcdyess

  1. Antonio McDyess says he is worried about the Pistons. (Web site)
  2. Anthony was the first Denver Nugget to be named an All-Star since Antonio McDyess in 2001. (Web site)
  3. Tayshaun Prince, Antonio McDyess and Rasheed Wallace all scored 16 points each in a win.
  4. He was later traded to the Nuggets for Antonio McDyess.
  5. Antonio McDyess, in particular, was a huge energizer for Flip Saunders’ club.

Artis Gilmore

  1. On a drive to the hole, he was challenged by the Kentucky Colonels' 7-2 Artis Gilmore and 6-9 Dan Issel.
  2. In 1980-81 season Dawkins---s rim-rocking antics produced a .607 field-goal percentage, second in the NBA to Artis Gilmore---s .670.
  3. Due to the ABA dispersal draft, Hansen saw his stock drop for the Chicago Bulls when they landed Artis Gilmore.
  4. And for all the reasons above, Artis Gilmore is this installment of Historical Glimpses. (Web site)
  5. And as far as career averages are concerned, Artis Gilmore---s are about as solid as they come. (Web site)

Andre Miller

  1. Andre Miller is one of the best point guards in the NBA. That means a lot.
  2. Andre Miller was actually the best low post option when he could exploit his man on the block.

Anna Deforge

  1. Houston led by only two points after Anna DeForge opened the second half with a 3-pointer, but the Lynx went cold again.
  2. Playing on Krak-w was notable former WNBA player Anna DeForge, whom Lindsay had played against before. (Web site)

Asjha Jones

  1. Asjha Jones nailed 23 points to lead the Sun to the 14th win in the season.
  2. Asjha Jones scored 8 points and Tamika Whitmore added 6 in overtime and Connecticut pulled away with a narrow win at the end.
  3. But the Sun leaders Asjha Jones and Tamika Whitmore stepped up in the extra period to bring the Sun to their 12th win in the season.
  4. Asjha Jones scored 18 for the Sun (13-10), who have lost five consecutive road games.

Anne Donovan

  1. Anne Donovan was already an inductee when she was named to head the squad.

Austin Croshere

  1. See, Austin Croshere is the new Slim Shady, the new anomaly. (Web site)
  2. This page is dedicated to austin croshere from his 1 fan. (Web site)
  3. Extractions: Austin Croshere posters and art prints store online. (Web site)

Avery Johnson

  1. In Dallas, Avery Johnson left with a pessimistic view of where the Mavs stood.
  2. In this notes column, he has the scoop on Avery Johnson possibly being the next Bulls' coach. (Web site)
  3. Pay attention to Josh Howard of the Dallas Mavericks as Avery Johnson accidentaly racks him with his right hand.
  4. Avery Johnson is the best, Nate McMillan is not.
  5. Avery Johnson was probably the nicest guy I ever dealt with.

Becky Hammon

  1. Becky Hammon nailed 26 points for the hosts.
  2. Becky Hammon answered with 25 points for the Silver Stars.
  3. By now, everyone has heard the story of Becky Hammon of the WNBA's San Antonio Silver Stars. (Web site)
  4. U.S.-born Becky Hammon, a naturalized Russian citizen, didn't score until making a free throw with 9:30 left in the game.
  5. According to Parker, "We did just a good job of sticking with our plan, which was to get the ball out of Becky Hammon's hands.

Ben Gordon

  1. Ben Gordon is the only player who can consistently create his own shot, and they’re a horrible free throw shooting team (73.4%, 23rd.).
  2. Ben Gordon: The first thing Ben needs to do is stop talking to the press because nothing he's saying is helping his cause. (Web site)

Ben Wallace

  1. Ben Wallace is a monster on the defensive end; so it's not surprising that he came in second to Wallace for the DP Award. (Web site)
  2. Ben Wallace was NEVER the best player on the Pistons team.
  3. Ben Wallace was born in White Hall, Alabama, a small town located in Lowndes County to poverty, and is the 10th of 11 children. (Web site)
  4. Ben Wallace was the instigator of the proceedings and his teammates suitably backed the big fella.
  5. Ben Wallace is your argument now.

Bernard King

  1. Bernard King was at a different level from the others. (Web site)

Betty Lennox

  1. Betty Lennox was helpful with 16 points 11 of them coming in the final period.
  2. Betty Lennox was the only other player in double figures for the Storm with ten points. (Web site)

Billy Paultz

  1. Billy Paultz was a banger.
  2. Gervin won his first scoring title with 27.2 ppg; behind him were forward Larry Kenon (20.6 ppg) and hulking center Billy Paultz (15.8 ppg). (Web site)
  3. Three months later San Antonio sent four Spurs to New York in exchange for 6-foot-11 center Billy Paultz.
  4. Billy Paultz looks less like a pro basketball player than anyone in the history of the league.

Bill Laimbeer

  1. The Detroit Pistons' Bill Laimbeer, for example, played rough, complained to referees and was booed by fans around the league in the 1980s. (Web site)
  2. Shock coach Bill Laimbeer says Lieberman, an ESPN analyst, was impressive during drills during last year's WNBA All-Star Game. (Web site)
  3. In 1990, Barkley and Bill Laimbeer were each fined $20,000 (a record amount for the NBA at the time) for a fracas during a playoff game.

Bill Russell

  1. Bill Russell was a waif, a mere 220.
  2. Bill Russell was a phenomenon in team sports; no one has even got close to what he did in team sports. (Web site)

Bill Sharman

  1. And so what worked for Bob Cousy didn't work for Bill Sharman.
  2. Bill Sharman played against Baylor and coached him in his final years with the Lakers. (Web site)
  3. Wilt's other title, with the 1971-72 L.A. Lakers, was motivated by coach Bill Sharman's slick psychology.
  4. In 1971, the Lakers made a notable move by signing former Celtics star guard Bill Sharman as the head coach.

Bill Walton

  1. Bill Walton is a playable character in the 2003 video game NBA Street Volume 2. (Web site)
  2. Bill Walton was the 1973 recipient of the James E. Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in the United States. (Web site)

Bobby Jones

  1. Bobby Jones was a great defender and went up to defend Julius on the baseline and Bobby's shoe exploded." Friedman: "I know--I read about that.
  2. Bobby Jones was just signed as a free agent, they started him and he had a huge game.


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  3. Sports > Basketball > Women > Professional > Players > Byears, Latasha. (Web site)
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