Among the most popular and productive players in his day, Cedric Ceballos is now entertaining the crowd with a microphone instead of a basketball.
The 11-year NBA veteran is in the midst of several post-playing careers, including, arena emcee, radio personality, musician, voice-over specialist and co-host of a weekly Suns talk show right here on Suns.com.
Played in his 500th career game on Feb. 25, 1999.
Scored his 7,000th career point against the Timberwolves on March 3, 1998.
Selected to the 1995 NBA All-Star Game as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers, but did not play due to injury.
Named NBA Player of the Week for the week ending Nov. 19, 1995.
Scored 25 points in six consecutive games from Nov. 7 to Nov. 15, 1995.
Named NBA Player of the Month for December, 1994, when he averaged 27.8 ppg and 9.0 rpg.
Poured in a career-high 50 points against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Dec. 20, 1994.
Scored 25 points in each of 6 consecutive games from Nov. 7 to Nov. 15, 1995, the longest such streak for a Lakers player since Magic Johnson in 1987.
Led the NBA in field goal percentage (.576) in 1992-93.
Won the 1992 NBA slam-dunk competition at All-Star Weekend in Orlando with a blindfolded "hocus-pocus" jam which earned him a perfect score of 50.
Scored a game-high 32 points in the Suns' record-breaking 173-143 win over the Nuggets on Nov. 10, 1990 and became known as "The Point-a-Minute Man."
Drafted by the Suns out of Cal State-Fullerton with the 48th overall pick in the 1990 NBA Draft.
Arena emcee for Suns home games.
Co-host of the weekly Suns.com web show, Nothin' But Net.
Morning radio personality on MEGA 104.3 FM.
Released a rap album in the summer of 2000 titled "Nuff Ced."
Supports the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and is very active in community service work.
Appeared in the films Space Jam, Eddie, Jimi and In the Doghouse.