Dominique Wilkins
One of the NBA's true marquee players for more than a decade, Dominique Wilkins earned the nickname "Human Highlight Film" with a plethora of spectacular individual plays dating back to his college years at Georgia. A member of the NBA All-Rookie Team in 1983, the high-flying 6-8 forward was been named to seven All-NBA teams and nine consecutive All-Star squads and is a two-time winner of the NBA Slam-Dunk Championship. In 1986 he won the NBA scoring title with an average of 30.3 points per game.more...
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Complete Bio | Summary | Complete Stats
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FG%
FT%
Rebs
RPG
Asts
APG
Stls
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Pts
PPG
1074
.461
.811
7,169
6.7
2,677
2.5
1,378
642
26,668
24.8
Full Name: Jacques Dominique Wilkins
Born: 1/12/60 in Paris, France
High School: Washington (N.C.)
College: Georgia
Drafted by: Utah Jazz, 1982 (third overall)
Transactions: Draft rights traded to Atlanta Hawks, 9/2/82; Traded to L.A. Clippers, 2/24/94; Signed as free agent by Boston Celtics, 7/25/94; Played in Greece (1995-96); Signed as free agent by San Antonio Spurs, 10/4/96; Played in Italy (1997-98); Signed as free agent by Orlando Magic, 2/5/99
Nickname: 'Nique; Human Highlight Film
Height: 6-8
Weight: 224 lbs.
Honors: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2006); All-NBA Rookie Team (1983); All-NBA First Team (1986); All-NBA Second Team (1987, '88, '91, '93); All-NBA Third Team (1989, '94); Nine-time NBA All-Star (1986-94)