ALONZO MOURNING
VICE PRESIDENT, PLAYER PROGRAMS

Alonzo Mourning enters his sixth season as Vice President, Player Programs. In his role, Mourning is responsible to ensure the personal and professional development of HEAT players, while providing direct support and one-on-one mentoring. In addition, he represents the HEAT in various community and business endeavors.

After an NBA playing career that spanned 15 seasons and saw him capture an NBA championship with the HEAT in 2006, seven All-Star berths and twice being named the NBA Defensive Player of the Year, Mourning earned one of the highest honors, being enshrined into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on August 8, 2014 in his first year of consideration. Mourning, who had his number 33 retired by the HEAT in a ceremony on March 30, 2009, is Miami’s all-time leader in blocks (1,625) and ranks second in points scored (9,459), free throws made (2,558), total rebounds (4,807), defensive rebounds (3,302), offensive rebounds (1,505), double-doubles (205) and double-figure scoring efforts (442) and third in minutes played (17,700), field goal percentage (.537), field goals made (3,445) and games played (593). Mourning is also Miami’s all-time postseason leader in blocked shots (171) while ranking third in free throws made (294) and attempted (483), fourth in points (989), field goals made (346) and double-figure scoring efforts (46) and fifth in games played (82) and offensive rebounds (137).

For his career, Mourning, who also captured a gold medal with the United States Senior National team at the 2000 Olympics, appeared in 838 games with the HEAT, Charlotte Hornets and New Jersey Nets and averaged 17.1 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.81 blocked shots, 1.1 assists and 31.0 minutes while shooting 52.7 percent from the floor. He finished his professional career with 14,311 points, 7,137 rebounds and 2,356 blocks (11th all-time in NBA history).

A perennial All-Star on the court, Mourning also works tirelessly for the children of South Florida through his charity, Mourning Family Foundation, to educate and create the opportunity for youth to excel. He and his wife, Tracy, have three children, Alonzo III (“Trey”), Myka Sydney and Alijah Harden.