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October 28, 1990: Traded by the Philadelphia 76ers (as a 1994 1st round draft pick) to the Phoenix Suns for Jayson Williams.

December 7, 1990: Traded by the Phoenix Suns (as a 1994 1st round draft pick) with Eddie Johnson and a 1991 1st round draft pick (LeRon Ellis) to the Seattle SuperSonics for Xavier McDaniel.

September 1, 1993: Traded by the Seattle SuperSonics (as a 1994 1st round draft pick) with Dana Barros and Eddie Johnson to the Charlotte Hornets for Kendall Gill and a 1994 1st round draft pick (Carlos Rogers).

September 3, 1993: Traded by the Charlotte Hornets (as a 1994 1st round draft pick) with Dana Barros, Greg Graham and Sidney Green to the Philadelphia 76ers for Hersey Hawkins.

June 29, 1994: Drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1st round (6th pick) of the 1994 NBA Draft.

February 22, 1996: Traded by the Philadelphia 76ers to the Toronto Raptors for Tony Massenburg, Ed Pinckney, a 1996 2nd round draft pick (Ryan Minor) and a 1997 2nd round draft pick (James Collins). Philadelphia received the right to swap 1st round draft picks with Toronto in either 1996 or 1997 but did not do so; Philadelphia received a 2nd round draft pick in 1997 instead.

January 25, 1999: Retired from the Toronto Raptors.


*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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