Returns for the 2001-2002 NBA season as a studio analyst for TNT and TBS
Joined Turner Sports at the end of the 1997-98 regular season and playoffs,
primarily as a studio analyst.
Won NBA World Championships with the Rockets in 1994 and 1995.
Played nine seasons in the NBA for the Detroit Pistons, Houston Rockets,
Sacramento Kings, and Atlanta Hawks.
Scored a career-high 41 points against the Los Angeles Lakers while playing
with Houston, on December 26, 1993.
Houston's all-time leader in three-point field goal percentage at .407, along
with having the best field goal percentage of NBA guards in 1992-93.
Named a member of the NBA All Rookie Team in 1988 after averaging 13.8 points
and 7.1 assists per game with the Kings.
Graduated from North Carolina in 1987 with a degree in Industrial Relations
Holds North Carolina's assist record with 768, including 86 assists in NCCA
Elected to the Board of Directors for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Houston
Resides in Houston, Texas with wife, Dawn, and two children.