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Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday…Glen Rice

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Glen Rice had a solid at times moments NBA career. He could score and score often and sometimes he ended up on teams that didn’t make best use of his skills (Knicks and Lakers) but that didn’t change the fact that Rice was a three-time NBA All-Star, and made 1,559 three-point field goals during his 15-year career. Rice won both an NCAA championship and NBA championship during his collegiate and professional career.

Rice continues to rank among Michigan’s all-time leaders in several statistical categories, including:

  • 1st in career points (2,442)
  • 1st in single season points (949 in the 1988–89 season)
  • 1st in single season field goals made (363 in the 1988–89 season)
  • 1st in single season field goal attempts (629 in the 1988–89 season)
  • 1st in single season three point field goal percent (51.6% in the 1988–89 season)
  • 2nd in career field goals made (1,003)
  • 2nd in single season three-point field goals made (99 in the 1988–89 season)

Awards

  • NBA champion (2000)
  • NBA All-Star Game MVP (1997)
  • NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player (1989)
  • NCAA champion (1989)
  • 3-time All-Star
  • 2-time All-NBA — 1997 second team, 1998 third team
  • NBA Three-Point Shootout champion (1995)
  • NBA All-Rookie Second Team (1990)
  • Retired Jerseys: #01 University of Michigan

Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday spotlights …Glen Rice.

 

Career history
19891995 Miami Heat
19951998 Charlotte Hornets
19992000 Los Angeles Lakers
2000–2001 New York Knicks
20012003 Houston Rockets
2003–2004 Los Angeles Clippers
Career highlights and awards
Career NBA statistics
Points 18,336 (18.3 ppg)
Rebounds 4,387 (4.4 rpg)
Assists 2,097 (2.1 apg
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