Small forward who was simply chosen 7th general in the 1990 NBA draft with the Sacramento Kings, who he played for until his retirement in 1997. He went to La Salle School, and was the Wooden Prize champion, and Naismith Participant of the entire year in 1990. He averaged almost 13 factors per video game for his profession, but needed to retire early due to knee problems. He was created and elevated in Philadelphia, Pa. When he graduated university, he trailed just Pete Maravich and Freeman Williams over the all-time NCAA credit scoring list.