2007. Dirk Nowitzki was the NBA Finals MVP in 2011.
Seattle SuperSonics. Gary Dwayne Payton was born on July 23, 1968 in Oakland, California.
7th. Corey Brewer was the NCAA Tournament's Most Outstanding Player in 2007.
John Havlicek. The 13-time NBA All-Star, John Havlicek retired in 1978.
Darius Miles. Professional basketball player Darius Miles starred in a comedy film "The Perfect Score" in 2004.
12. Michael Jordan wore the number "12" one time for the Bulls when his uniform jersey was stolen from his locker.
France. Joakim Noah holds citizenship in France, Sweden, and the United States.
Nate Thurmond. Nate Thurmond once scored more then ten points, rebounds, assists, and blocks in a game.
Daughter. Kobe Bryant has two daughters, Natalia Diamante and Gianna Maria.
69. Michael Jordan scored a career-high 69 points in a 117-113 overtime win at Cleveland on March 28, 1990.
Italy. Dwyane Wade says that Italy is his favorite place to visit.
Big Z. As a boy, Zydrunas Ilgauskas admired Lithuanian Arvydas Sabonis, then a highly-regarded European basketball player.
Carmelo Anthony: It's Just The Beginning. "Carmelo Anthony: It's Just The Beginning" was published in August of 2004 with 48 pages for kids from 9 to 12.
Dungeons And Dragons. Tim Duncan has tattoos of a jester and of Merlin the Magician.
Kenneth Faried. Kenneth Faried is nicknamed "The Manimal" for his powerful playing style.
Mychal Thompson. Mychal Thompson is a notable sports radio personality who serves as the radio analyst for the Los Angeles Lakers.
0. Bismack Biyombo averaged 1.8 blocks per game in his first season with the Charlotte Bobcats.
Tim Duncan. The San Antonio Spurs won the NBA Championship in 2002-2003; Tim Duncan was both the NBA Regular Season and Finals MVP.
Denver Nuggets. Dikembe Mutombo was Defensive Player of the Year in 1997-98 and 1996-97.
Turkey. Enes Kanter was recruited to play for the University of Kentucky, but the NCAA ruled him ineligible.