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Harrington Through the Years
September 11, 2012
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Al Harrington was selected the high school player of the year by the USA Today in 1998.
Harrington was selected 25th overall by the Pacers in the First Round of the 1998 NBA Draft.
In just his second year in the NBA, Harrington helped the Pacers reach the NBA Finals in 2000.
Harrington made steady improvements with Indiana and eventually became the team's most reliable bench player.
Harrington was traded to the Hawks in 2004 and became the team's second leading scorer.
In his second and final year in Atlanta, Harrington averaged 18.6 ppg and started every game he played.
Harrington returned to the Pacers in 2006 to become a leader of a rebuilding franchise.
In a blockbuster deal, Harrington was dealt to the Warriors in 2007 and helped steer Golden State to the playoffs that season.
Harrington enjoyed his best season of his career while with the Knicks in 2008-09 when he averaged 20.7 points per game.
Harrington has always been known to be able to shoot it effectively from 3-point range.
Harrington was a reliable bench player with the Nuggets, who advanced to the playoffs in both years Al was there.
Harrington was traded to Orlando in the Dwight Howard deal and is expected to have a major impact on a rebuilding squad.
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