Referred to as “Big Pup,” he was the initial overall find in the 1994 NBA draft with the Milwaukee Dollars. Across his profession, he was a 2-period NBA All-Star and an NBA Champ using the San Antonio Spurs in 2005. He also gained the Naismith University Player of the entire year award with Purdue in 1994. He became the initial Purdue Boilermaker to record over 1,000 factors, 500 rebounds, 100 steals, 100 helps and 50 obstructed pictures during his profession. He received almost every specific award following the 1993-94 NCAA period. He was selected for the U.S. Men’s Olympic group in 1996, but was struggling to play because of injury. His mom, Christine Bridgeman, elevated him as an unmarried teen. He gained an NBA name using the San Antonio Spurs in 2005. Famed capturing safeguard Manu Ginobili was a big element of their championship work.