Dec 4, 2005, 12:01 PM EDT
A new weekly feature every Wednesday here at The 700 Level: card of the week. This week, Scott Brooks.
His 1990 NBA Hoops card after the jump.
Scott Brooks is now an assistant coach for the Sacramento Kings. From the Kings website:
Brooks, 39, enjoyed a 10-year (1988-98) playing career in the NBA. He
appeared in 680 regular season games with Philadelphia, Minnesota,
Houston, Dallas, New York and Cleveland, averaging 4.9 ppg and 2.4 apg.
He was a marksman from three-point range, shooting .372 (287-771) for
his career. He also played one year in the CBA and was named to the
All-Rookie team in 1988.
According to NBA.com, "He currently owns the [Sixers'] All-Time best
career free-throw percentage (88.1%) and ranks fourth All-Time in
3-point field goal percentage (37.1%)."
That Scotty Brooks was a marksman alright. Also of interest, Scotty Brooks won an NBA Championship with the Houston Rockets in 1994.
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