Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Dallas Mavericks. Laettner was part of an eight-player deal in 2000, and played 53 games for Dallas in the 2000-01 season (and then 25 games for Washington at the back end of the season).
He was waived by Golden State in 2004 and never played a game for the Warriors. In the NBA, Laettner averaged 12.8 points per game, 48% field goal, 82% from the free throw line, 6.7 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 11,121 points.
|In 2007, Laettner acquired the operating rights for which Major League Soccer team?||Christian Laettner
DC United. Laettner and former Duke teammate Brian Davis bought the club in 2007. An attempt to buy the Memphis Grizzlies and have Laettner come out of retirement failed in 2006.
2004. Laettner was a member of the Washington Wizards at the time. He was suspended for five games.
|How many seasons did Laettner play a full season (all 82 regular-season games)?||Christian Laettner
Twice. Laettner did that during the 1996-1997 seasn (Atlanta Hawks) and 1999-2000 season (Detroit Pistons). He was injured the majority of the 1998-1999 season. He played in 868 NBA games with 692 starts.
6. Laettner went to the playoffs with Atlanta (1995-1998), Detroit (1999-2000). His final NBA season was 2004-05 with Miami Heat.
32. Laettner's jersey was retired in 1992. Other Duke alumni with retired jerseys include Grant Hill (33) in 1994, Danny Ferry (35) in 1989, and Shane Battier (31) in 2001.
1996-1997. Laettner was a member of the Atlanta Hawks. He played in the NBA from 1992-2005.
Minnesota Timberwolves. Laettner was drafted third in 1992 by the Timberwolves, behind Shaquille O'Neal and Alonzo Mourning. Players drafted behind Laettner included Tom Gugliotta and Latrell Sprewell.
|What college did Laettner attend, known for its basketball dominance and a coach with a difficult name?||Christian Laettner
Duke. Laettner played for the Blue Devils under Mike Krzyzewski. Duke is a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference.