Clyde Drexler
One of the game's all-time great guards, Clyde "The Glide" Drexler was known for his high-flying yet seemingly effortless swoops to the basket. After almost a dozen seasons with the Portland Trail Blazers, Drexler left Portland with his name all over the franchise's record books. A perennial All-Star and a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic Dream Team, Drexler twice led the Blazers to the NBA Finals. It wasn't until he joined the Houston Rockets however, that he finally earned a championship ring. more...
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Complete Bio | Summary | Complete Stats
G
FG%
3PFG%
FT%
Rebs
RPG
Asts
APG
Stls
Blks
Pts
PPG
1,086
.472
.318
.788
6,677
6.1
6,125
5.6
2,207
719
22,195
20.4
Full Name: Clyde Austin Drexler
Born: 6/22/62 in New Orleans
High School: Sterling (Houston)
College: Houston
Drafted by: Portland Trail Blazers, 1983
(14th overall)
Transactions: Traded to Houston Rockets, 2/14/95
Height: 6-7; Weight: 222 lbs.
Nickname: Clyde the Glide
Honors: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2004); NBA champion (1995); All-NBA First Team (1992); All-NBA Second Team (1988, '91); All-NBA Third Team (1990, '95); NBA All-Star (1986, '88, '89, 90, '91, '92, '93, '94, '96, '97); One of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996); Olympic gold medalist (1992).