Mike Glenn


The 46-year-old Glenn averaged 7.6 points over his 10-year NBA career, and 8.0 points during four seasons with the Hawks (1981-85). A two-time NBA Player of the Week recipient, he continues to hold Atlanta's single-season field goal percentage record of 58.8 percent (1984-85).

He also spent time with the New York Knicks (1978-81) and the Milwaukee Bucks (1985-87).

The Southern Illinois grad (`77) has conducted the Mike Glenn Basketball Camp for the Hearing Impaired over the last 21 years, and was the winner of the NBA's J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award in 1981 for his work with the hearing impaired.

During the 1997 off-season, Glenn published a book which he researched and wrote entitled "Lessons in Success from the NBA's Top Players." In addition, Glenn possesses one of the most extensive book collections in Georgia, specializing in the African-American experience.

A graduate of Coosa High School in Rome, GA, Mike Theodore Glenn resides in Lithonia.