Alex English was the NBA's most prolific scorer during the 1980s and retired as the seventh-leading scorer with 25, 613 points. After being underutilized by the Milwaukee Bucks and the Indiana Pacers during his first four years in the league, English became the most explosive member of a high-powered Denver Nuggets team that consistently ranked among the league's top-scoring clubs. The sleek, 6-7 forward became the first player ever to string together eight straight 2,000-point seasons. more...
Full Name: Alexander English Born: 1/5/54 in Columbia, S.C. High School: Dreher (Columbia, S.C.) College: South Carolina Drafted by: Milwaukee Bucks, 1976 (23rd overall) Transactions: Signed with Indiana Pacers, 6/8/78; Traded to Denver Nuggets, 2/1/80; Signed with Dallas Mavs, 8/15/90
Height: 6-7 Weight: 190 lbs. Honors: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1997); All-NBA Second Team (1982, '83, '86); Eight-time NBA All-Star (1982-89); J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award (1988).