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Clyde Drexler From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Clyde Drexler Drexler in 2005 Position(s): SG / SF Jersey #(s): 22 Born: June 22, 1962 (1962-06-22) (age 46) New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Career information Year(s): 1983–1998 NBA Draft: 1983 / Round: 1 / Pick: 14 College: Houston Professional team(s) Portland Trail Blazers (1983-1995) Houston Rockets (1995-1998) Career stats Points 22,195 Assists 6,125 Steals 2,207 Stats @ Basketball-Reference.com Career highlights and awards 1x NBA Champion (1995) 10x NBA All-Star (1986, 1988-1993, 1994, 1996, 1997) 1x All-NBA First Team Selection (1992) 2x All-NBA Second Team Selection (1988, 1991) 2x All-NBA Third Team Selection (1990, 1995) NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team Basketball Hall of Fame Olympic medal record Competitor for United States Men's Basketball Gold 1992 Barcelona United States Clyde Austin Drexler (born June 22, 1962 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is a former National Basketball Association shooting guard. A ten-time All-Star and member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, the NBA named him one of basketball's fifty greatest players as of 1996. Drexler won an Olympic gold medal in 1992 and an NBA championship in 1995 with the Houston Rockets. He is currently the color commentator for Rockets home games. Contents [hide] 1 Basketball career 1.1 High school and college 1.2 NBA career 1.2.1 NBA statistics 1.3 Playing style 1.4 College coaching career 1.5 Honors and tribute 1.5.1 Awards 2 Family 3 TV appearances 4 Notes 5 External links  Basketball career  High school and college Drexler graduated from Houston's Ross Sterling High School in 1980. He was recruited by UH after "Phi Slama Jama" alumnus teammate Michael Young told an assistant to head coach Guy Lewis that Drexler was the best player he had faced in high school. Attended the University of Houston where, alongside Young, Hakeem Olajuwon and Larry Micheaux, they constituted the "Phi Slama Jama" basketball fraternity renowned for its acrobatic, "above the rim" style of play. Drexler helped lead the Cougars to consecutive Final Four appearances in 1982 and 1983, losing the 1983 NCAA Final to underdog North Carolina State.  NBA career Drexler was selected in the 1st round, 14th overall pick in the 1983 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers. He was passed over in the 1983 NBA Draft by the Houston Rockets, who drafted Ralph Sampson and Rodney McCray, before Drexler was selected. Along with teammates Terry Porter, Jerome Kersey, Buck Williams, Kevin Duckworth, and Clifford Robinson, Drexler helped lead the team to the NBA Finals in 1990 (against the Detroit Pistons) and 1992 (versus the Chicago Bulls). In 1992 he was selected to the U.S. Olympics basketball team, nicknamed "The Dream Team", which won the gold medal in Barcelona. In the 1991-92 season he finished second to Michael Jordan in MVP voting. He would meet Jordan's Chicago Bulls in the NBA Finals that same season only to fall short, as Jordan and the Bulls went on to win their second consecutive championship. In the six-game series against Chicago, Drexler averaged 24.8 points, 7.8 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game. On February 14, 1995, with the Blazers out of serious contention for a championship, Portland honored Drexler's request to be traded to a contender and sent the Blazer great to the Houston Rockets in exchange for Otis Thorpe in mid-season, right before the trade deadline. Despite finishing the regular season with a record of 47-35, which placed the Rockets 6th out of 8 playoff teams in the Western Conference, Drexler and long-time
friend Hakeem Olajuwon helped propel them to an improbable second consecutive championship in 1995, sweeping the Orlando Magic. In his second NBA Finals appearance, Drexler averaged 21.5 points, 9.5 rebounds and 6.8 assist per game. During the 1995 NBA Playoffs, Drexler was the subject of a controversial ejection during a game between the Rockets and Phoenix Suns by referee Jake O'Donnell, which allegedly stemmed from a personal feud between the two at the time.. This would turn out to be the last NBA game O'Donnell would referee, as he was not assigned any further games in the playoffs that year, and eventually retired a few months later. In 1996, on ESPN's "NBA Today", O'Donnell commented, "I wouldn't give Clyde Drexler much leeway because of the way he reacted with me all the time. I thought at times he would give cheap shots to people, and I just would not allow it."  NBA statistics Regular season Playoffs Year Team GP MPG SPG BPG RPG APG FG% PPG GP MPG SPG BPG RPG APG FG% PPG 1983-84 Portland 82 17.2 1.30 0.35 2.9 1.9 .451 7.7 5 17.0 1.00 0.20 3.4 1.6 .429 7.2 1984-85 Portland 80 31.9 2.21 0.85 6.0 5.5 .494 17.2 9 37.7 2.56 1.00 6.1 9.2 .410 16.7 1985-86 Portland 75 34.3 2.63 0.61 5.6 8.0 .475 18.5 4 36.3 1.50 0.75 6.3 6.5 .456 18.0 1986-87 Portland 82 38.0 2.49 0.87 6.3 6.9 .502 21.7 4 38.3 1.75 0.75 7.5 3.8 .456 24.0 1987-88 Portland 81 37.8 2.51 0.64 6.6 5.8 .506 27.0 4 42.5 3.00 0.50 7.0 5.3 .386 22.0 1988-89 Portland 78 39.3 2.73 0.69 7.9 5.8 .496 27.2 3 42.7 2.00 0.67 6.7 8.3 .493 27.7 1989-90 Portland 73 36.8 1.99 0.70 6.9 5.9 .494 23.3 21 40.6 2.52 0.86 7.2 7.1 .441 21.4 1990-91 Portland 82 34.8 1.76 0.73 6.7 6.0 .482 21.5 16 39.6 2.13 1.00 8.1 8.1 .476 21.7 1991-92 Portland 76 36.2 1.82 0.92 6.6 6.7 .470 25.0 21 40.3 1.48 0.95 7.4 7.0 .466 26.3 1992-93 Portland 49 34.1 1.94 0.76 6.3 5.7 .429 19.9 3 38.7 1.67 1.00 6.3 4.7 .419 19.0 1993-94 Portland 68 34.3 1.44 0.50 6.5 4.9 .428 19.2 4 39.3 2.00 0.50 10.3 5.5 .425 21.0 1994-95 Por - Hou 76 35.9 1.79 0.59 6.3 4.8 .461 21.8 22 38.6 1.50 0.68 7.0 5.0 .481 20.5 1995-96 Houston 52 38.4 2.02 0.46 7.2 5.8 .433 19.3 8 36.5 2.63 0.50 7.8 5.0 .415 16.6 1996-97 Houston 62 36.6 1.92 0.58 6.0 5.7 .442 18.0 16 38.9 1.63 0.44 5.6 4.8 .436 18.1 1997-98 Houston 70 35.3 1.80 0.60 4.9 5.5 .427 18.4 5 36.4 1.60 0.60 5.4 4.6 .309 15.0 Career 1,086 34.6 2.03 0.66 6.1 5.6 .472 20.4 145 38.4 1.92 0.74 6.9 6.1 .447 20.4  Playing style Clyde "The Glide" Drexler, as he was nicknamed at Houston, was famed for his speed and athleticism on the court and his easygoing and quiet demeanor off the court. At the University of Houston, Drexler became well known for his exceptional abilities as a finisher, but generally was not considered a great shooter. During his pro career Drexler developed a much more well rounded game, even becoming an effective post player and more consistent outside shooter. His extraordinary leaping abilities allowed him to be an acrobatic dunker and Drexler participated in numerous NBA All-Star dunk contests during the late eighties. Drexler was regarded as a versatile player, and he was consistently among the leaders at his position in points, rebounds, assists, and steals. This versatility led him to nearly receive a quadruple double twice in his career (January 10, 1986, Portland at Milwaukee; 26 points, 9 rebounds, 11 assists, 10 steals; and November 1, 1996, Houston vs. Sacramento; 25 points, 10 rebounds, 9 assists, 10 steals). He also posted a considerable number of blocked shots for a player his size, ranking third for his career totals among guards. He is one of only three players in NBA history to have posted career totals of at least 20,000 points, 6,000 rebounds and 6,000 assists (the two others being Oscar Robertson and John Havlicek). As of 2008, Drexler leads all guards with his career average of offensive rebounds with 2.4 per game.  College coaching career Drexler stayed with the Rockets for three more seasons before retiring from the NBA after the 1997-98 season in order to become head men's basketball coach at his alma mater, the University of Houston. Drexler coached the Cougars in 1998-1999 and 1999-2000. After compiling a 19-37 record in his two seasons, Drexler decided to resign to spend more time with his family.  Honors and tribute One of only four numbers retired by the University of Houston men's basketball team, Drexler's #22 hangs in Hofheinz Pavilion.Drexler's #22 jersey has been retired by the Cougars (pictured), Rockets, and Trail Blazers. He was inducted as a player into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on September 10, 2004, in his first year of eligibility. In 2004 Drexler co-authored his biography, Clyde the Glide, with Portland Tribune sports writer Kerry Eggers, and University of Houston classmate and CBS Sports broadcaster Jim Nantz providing the "foreword". Drexler set a Trail Blazer record in 1989 by dunking on an 11' 1" rim. He chose to wear a Houston Rockets team jacket when announced as one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History, having been on the team just a year, rather than the jacket of the Portland Trail Blazers, with whom he'd played the preceding 11-1/2 seasons.  Awards First-team NCAA All-American (1983) Southwest Conference Player of the Year (1983) 10-time NBA All-Star (1986, 1988–1994, 1996, 1997) All-NBA First Team (1992) All-NBA Second Team (1988, 1991) All-NBA Third Team (1990, 1995) Olympic Gold Medalist (1992) NBA Championship (1995) Named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996) Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Player Inductee (2004) Oregon Sports Hall of Fame Inducted (2001)  Family Drexler married his wife, Gaynell, on December 30, 1988. He has four
children, Erica, Austin, Elise, and Adam, the last three with Gaynell. The Drexlers have a home in the River Oaks-Memorial neighborhood of Houston and another one in the Dunthorpe neighborhood of Portland. His brother James and his two sisters, Denise and Virginia, run the family barbecue restaurants in Houston called Drexler's World Famous BBQ & Grill, which includes the "22 Bar". His mother, Eunice Scott, also works at the downtown restaurant that was started by his uncle in 1967. There are two locations, downtown Houston and Bush Intercontinental Airport. Drexler also started investing in real estate in his rookie NBA season, and although he is now mostly retired, he does do some managing of his Drexler Holdings LLC, based in downtown Houston. Austin Lives In Bray Hall At RPI  TV appearances Drexler made a guest appearance on Married with Children. Drexler had a cameo appearance in an episode of Arliss. Drexler was also a guest star in an episode of The Sentinel. In 2006 he made a cameo appearance as himself on the family loving basketball movie Like Mike 2. In 2006, Drexler participated in the first season of the Spike TV show Pros vs. Joes, which features three amateur contestants matching themselves against five professional athletes. Drexler was a member of the regular season Green Team and the season finale Orange Team. On February 21, 2007, it was announced that Drexler would participate in the fourth season of the American version of Dancing with The Stars with partner Elena Grinenko. Drexler was the fourth celebrity to be voted off in round five on April 17, 2007.  Notes ^ Solomon, Jerome. "Clyde's glide carries him to Hall of Fame Election fulfills Drexler's hoop dreams" - Houston Chronicle - (c/o University of Houston) - April 6, 2004 ^ "NBA Legends Unveil Tundra Turnaround Court at Delmar Complex" - Houston Independent School District - May 7, 2007 ^ "1991-92 NBA MVP Voting". basketballreference.com. ^ "1992 NBA Finals Composite Box Score". basketballreference.com. ^ "1995 NBA Finals Composite Box Score". basketballreference.com. ^ Monroe, Mike (2007-04-17). "Downside also apparent in referee's suspension". San Antonio Express-News. Retrieved on 2007-07-15. ^ Eggers, Kerry (1996-01-29). "Here's who should be on All-Star teams". CBS SportsLine.com. Retrieved on 2007-07-15. ^ "Clide Drexler's Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Profile.". Retrieved on 2008-04-09 ^ Drexler, Clyde, Kerry Eggers, and foreword by Jim Nantz. Clyde the Glide. Champaign, Illinois: Sports Publishing. 2004. ISBN 1582617422 ^ NBA.com Biography - NBA - Accessed January 13, 2008 ^ a b c Vondersmith, Jason. "Life’s a glide" - Portland Tribune - December 12, 2003 ^ "Bush Intercontinental Airport" - USA Today: Travel - February 27, 2007 ^ Drexler Holdings LLC at Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts - State of Texas-Secretary of State ^ "Meet the New Cast of 'Dancing With the Stars'" - ABC News - February 21, 2007  External links Clyde Drexler Info Page at NBA.com Clyde Drexler Statistics at Basketball-Reference.com Clyde Drexler at NBA Clyde Drexler at the Basketball Hall of Fame [show]v • d • e1983 NBA Draft First Round Ralph Sampson • Steve Stipanovich • Rodney McCray • Byron Scott • Sidney Green • Russell Cross • Thurl Bailey • Antoine Carr • Dale Ellis • Jeff Malone • Derek Harper • Darrell Walker • Ennis Whatley • Clyde Drexler • Howard Carter • Jon Sundvold • Leo Rautins • Randy Breuer • John Paxson • Roy Hinson • Greg Kite • Randy Wittman • Mitchell Wiggins • Stewart Granger Second Round Sidney Lowe • Leroy Combs • John Garris • Rod Foster • Larry Micheaux • Mark West • Glenn Rivers • Michael Britt • Dirk Minniefield • Guy Williams • Darrell Lockhart • Scooter McCray • David Russell • Chris McNealy • Granville Waiters • Jim Thomas • Ted Kitchel • Mike Davis • Pace Mannion • Horace Owens • Paul Williams • Kevin Williams • Ken Lyons NBA Drafts 47 • 48 • 49 • 50 • 51 • 52 • 53 • 54 •
55 • 56 • 57 • 58 • 59 • 60 • 61 • 62 • 63 • 64 • 65 • 66 • 67 • 68 • 69 • 70 • 71 • 72 • 73 • 74 • 75 • 76 • 77 78 • 79 • 80 • 81 • 82 • 83 • 84 • 85 • 86 • 87 • 88 • 89 • 90 • 91 • 92 • 93 • 94 • 95 • 96 • 97 • 98 • 99 • 00 • 01 • 02 • 03 • 04 • 05 • 06 • 07 • 08 [show]v • d • e 1992 Olympic Champions Men's Basketball – United States 4 Laettner | 5 Robinson | 6 Ewing | 7 Bird | 8 Pippen | 9 Jordan | 10 Drexler | 11 Malone | 12 Stockton | 13 Mullin | 14 Barkley | 15 Johnson Coach: Daly | Assistant Coach: Krzyzewski | Assistant Coach: Wilkens | Assistant Coach: Carlesimo [show]v • d • eHouston Rockets 1994–95 NBA Champions 7 Herrera | 10 Cassell | 11 Maxwell | 17 Elie | 22 Drexler | 25 Horry | 27 Jones | 30 Smith | 32 Chilcutt | 34 Olajuwon (Finals MVP) | 52 Brown | 55 Tabak | Coach Tomjanovich [show]v • d • eSan Diego/Houston Rockets Houston, Texas, USA The Franchise Franchise • All-Time roster • Seasons • Draft history • Head coaches • Current season Arenas San Diego Sports Arena • Hofheinz Pavilion • HemisFair Arena • The Summit/Compaq Center • Toyota Center Culture and Lore Red Rowdies • Clutch City • Clutch The Rockets Bear • Choke City • The Clock Incident Head Coaches McMahon • Hannum • Winter • Egan • Nissalke • Harris • Fitch • Chaney • Tomjanovich • Van Gundy • Adelman NBA Championships (2) 1994 • 1995 Western Conference Titles (4) 1981 • 1986 • 1994 • 1995 Division Titles (4) 1977 (Central) • 1986 (Midwest) • 1993 (Midwest) • 1994 (Midwest) Administration Owner: Leslie Alexander • General Manager: Daryl Morey • Head Coach: Rick Adelman Notable Figures Rick Adelman • Leslie Alexander • Rafer Alston • Ron Artest • Charles Barkley • Jim Barnett • Jon Barry • Rick Barry • Shane Battier • John Block • Matt Bullard • Joe Bryant • Sam Cassell • Jason Collier • Carroll Dawson • Clyde Drexler • Mike Dunleavy, Sr. • Mario Elie • Sleepy Floyd • Steve Francis • World B. Free • Eddie Griffin • Chuck Hayes • Elvin Hayes • Carl Herrera • Robert Horry • Juwan Howard • Buck Johnson • Eddie Johnson • Don Kojis • Carl Landry • Stu Lantz • Allen Leavell • Lewis Lloyd • John Lucas (II) • Moses Malone • Matt Maloney • Cedric Maxwell • Vernon Maxwell • Rodney McCray • Tracy McGrady • Cuttino Mobley • Calvin Murphy • Dikembe Mutombo • Mike Newlin • Moochie Norris • Hakeem Olajuwon • Scottie Pippen • Robert Reid • Pat Riley • Ralph Sampson • Luis Scola • Kenny Smith • Larry Smith • Bob Sura • Kenny Thomas • Otis Thorpe • Rudy Tomjanovich • Bonzi Wells • Mitchell Wiggins • Arthur Williams • Walt Williams • Yao Ming Retired Jerseys 22 • 23 • 24 • 34 • 45 • CD Hall of Famers Charles Barkley • Rick Barry • Clyde Drexler • Elvin Hayes • Moses Malone • Calvin Murphy • Hakeem Olajuwon D-League Affiliate Rio Grande Valley Vipers Rivals Dallas Mavericks • Los Angeles Lakers • Utah Jazz • New Orleans Hornets • San Antonio Spurs Media TV: KTXH • FSN Houston • Radio: KILT-AM • Announcers: Bill Worrell • Clyde Drexler • Matt Bullard [show]v • d • eHouston Cougars head basketball coaches Pasche • Lewis • Foster • Brooks • Drexler • McCallum •
Penders [show]v • d • eNational Basketball Association's 50 Greatest Players in NBA History Kareem Abdul-Jabbar • Nate Archibald • Paul Arizin • Charles Barkley • Rick Barry • Elgin Baylor • Dave Bing • Larry Bird • Wilt Chamberlain • Bob Cousy • Dave Cowens • Billy Cunningham • Dave DeBusschere • Clyde Drexler • Julius Erving • Patrick Ewing • Walt Frazier • George Gervin • Hal Greer • John Havlicek • Elvin Hayes • Magic Johnson • Sam Jones • Michael Jordan • Jerry Lucas • Karl Malone • Moses Malone • Pete Maravich • Kevin McHale • George Mikan • Earl Monroe • Hakeem Olajuwon • Shaquille O'Neal • Robert Parish • Bob Pettit • Scottie Pippen • Willis Reed • Oscar Robertson • David Robinson • Bill Russell • Dolph Schayes • Bill Sharman • John Stockton • Isiah Thomas • Nate Thurmond • Wes Unseld • Bill Walton • Jerry West • Lenny Wilkens • James Worthy Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clyde_Drexler" Categories: 1962 births | Living people | African American sportspeople | American basketball coaches | Houston Cougars men's basketball players | Houston Cougars men's basketball coaches | Basketball Hall of Fame | United States men's national basketball team members | Olympic basketball players of the United States | Olympic gold medalists for the United States | Basketball players at the 1992 Summer Olympics | Houston Rockets players | Portland Trail Blazers draft picks | Portland Trail Blazers players | People from New Orleans, Louisiana | University of Houston alumni | Oregon Sports Hall of Fame | Dancing with the Stars (US TV series) participants | Olympic competitors from Oregon | African American conservatism
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