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inglober
27-09-2001, 23.02.00
visto che proprio in questo forum in un altro topic questo grandioso giocatore, uno dei pių grandi della storia della pallacanestro č stato offeso, ho deciso di postare un piccolo tributo alla sua leggenda

inglober
27-09-2001, 23.04.00
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inglober
27-09-2001, 23.12.00
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inglober
27-09-2001, 23.15.00
vittoria del titolo di MVP
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inglober
27-09-2001, 23.17.00
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inglober
27-09-2001, 23.22.00
CAREER AVERAGES
REBOUNDS PER GAME
YEAR TEAM G GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% OFF DEF RPG APG SPG BPG TO PF PPG
94-95 PHO 68 66 35.0 .486 .338 .748 3.00 8.10 11.10 4.1 1.62 .66 2.21 3.00 23.0
95-96 PHO 71 71 37.1 .500 .280 .777 3.40 8.10 11.60 3.7 1.61 .79 3.07 2.90 23.2
96-97 HOU 53 53 37.9 .484 .283 .694 4.00 9.50 13.50 4.7 1.30 .47 2.85 2.90 19.2
97-98 HOU 68 41 33.0 .485 .214 .746 3.50 8.10 11.70 3.2 1.04 .41 2.16 2.80 15.2
98-99 HOU 42 40 36.3 .478 .160 .719 4.00 8.30 12.30 4.6 1.02 .31 2.38 2.10 16.1
99-00 HOU 20 18 31.0 .477 .231 .645 3.60 6.90 10.50 3.2 .70 .20 2.20 2.40 14.5
Playoff 123 108 39.4 .513 .255 .717 4.10 8.70 12.90 3.9 1.57 .88 2.87 3.30 23.0
All-Star 9 7 23.2 .495 .250 .625 2.40 4.20 6.70 1.8 1.33 .44 2.22 2.00 12.6





CAREER TOTALS
REBOUNDS
YEAR TEAM G GS MIN FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A OFF DEF TOT AST STL BLK TO PF PTS
94-95 PHO 68 66 2,382 554-1,141 74-219 379-507 203 553 756 276 110 45 150 201 1,561
95-96 PHO 71 71 2,632 580-1,160 49-175 440-566 243 578 821 262 114 56 218 208 1,649
96-97 HOU 53 53 2,009 335-692 58-205 288-415 212 504 716 248 69 25 151 153 1,016
97-98 HOU 68 41 2,243 361-744 18-84 296-397 241 553 794 217 71 28 147 187 1,036
98-99 HOU 42 40 1,526 240-502 4-25 192-267 167 349 516 192 43 13 100 89 676
99-00 HOU 20 18 620 106-222 6-26 71-110 71 138 209 63 14 4 44 48 289
Playoff 123 108 4,849 1,009-1,965 64-251 751-1,048 510 1,072 1,582 482 193 108 353 408 2,833
All-Star 9 7 209 45-91 3-12 20-32 22 38 60 16 12 4 20 18 113



CAREER HIGHLIGHTS


Named to the 1998-99 NBA All-Interview First Team
Led the Rockets and ranked 2nd in the NBA with 12.3 rpg, and ranked 2nd on the team in scoring (16.1 ppg) and assists (4.6 apg) in 1999
Scored his 23,335th career point to pass Robert Parish into 13th place on the NBA's all-time scoring list, registering 16 points (7-13 FG), a game-high 14 rebounds and 3 assists, against the Dallas Mavericks on 4/21/99
Passed Elgin Baylor and Adrian Dantley into 14th place on the NBA's all-time career scoring list, averaging 19.5 ppg, 11.0 rpg and 4.0 apg, in back-to-back wins over the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings on 3/27 and 3/28/99
Grabbed his 12,000th career rebound to become only the 2nd player in NBA history (with Wilt Chamberlain) to top 23,000 points, 12,000 rebounds and 4,000 assists, posting 15 points, a game-high 9 rebounds and 7 assists, in a 101-93 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on 3/16/99
Logged his 23,000th career point and 4,000th assist, totaling 15 points (6-9 FG), a game-high 10 rebounds and 6 assists, in a 100-89 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on 3/13/99
Notched his 1,600th career steal, recording 15 points (4-6 FG) and team-highs of 10 rebounds and 7 assists, in a 107-92 win over the Vancouver Grizzlies on 3/6/99
Named to the 1997-98 NBA All-Interview First Team
Appeared in his 1,000th career NBA game, totaling 10 points and 12 rebounds, against the Boston Celtics on 3/19/98
Notched his 20th career triple-double, with 15 points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds, against the Denver Nuggets on 12/2/97
Posted a 1997-98 season-high 43 points, 15 rebounds, 4 steals and 3 assists against the Golden State Warriors on 11/29/97
Became only the 4th player in NBA history to total at least 20,000 points, 10,000 rebounds and 3,500 assists with an assist against the Utah Jazz on 11/4/96
Grabbed a career-high 33 rebounds and scored 20 points, in his Rockets debut, against the Phoenix Suns on 11/2/96
Selected in 1996 as one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History
Named NBA Most Valuable Player in 1992-93, averaging 25.6 ppg, 12.2 rpg, 5.1 apg and leading the NBA with 6 triple-doubles
Named to the All-NBA First Team five times (1987-88 to 1990-91, 1992-93), to the All-NBA Second Team five times (1985-86, 1986-87, 1991-92, 1993-94, 1994-95) and to the All-NBA Third Team in 1995-96
Has been named NBA Player of the Week six times (11/25/90, 12/13/92, 11/21/93, 4/4/93, 2/19/95, 11/24/96)
Reached the 1993 NBA Finals as a member of the Phoenix Suns, averaging 27.3 ppg, 13.0 rpg and 5.5 apg in 6 games against the Chicago Bulls




CAREER TRANSACTIONS


Selected as an undergraduate by the Philadelphia 76ers in the first round (fifth pick overall) of the 1984 NBA Draft. Traded by the 76ers to the Phoenix Suns for Jeff Hornacek, Tim Perry, and Andrew Lang on 6/17/92. Traded by the Suns to the Houston Rockets for Robert Horry, Sam Cassell, Chucky Brown and Mark Bryant on 8/19/96.

inglober
27-09-2001, 23.24.00
BACKGROUND


Future Hall of Famer Charles Barkley brought vitality, attitude and a host of skills to professional basketball, maturing into one of the league's most respected, awe-inspiring and recognizable individuals. One of the NBA's 50 Greatest Players of All Time, he won the Most Valuable Player Award in 1993 and was a perennial member of the All-Interview Team, but retired in 2000 after 16 seasons without winning an NBA Championship. Upon his retirement, he ranked 13th in the NBA in career scoring with 23,757 points and 15th in rebounding with 12,546 rebounds, finishing with career averages of 22.1 points and 11.7 rebounds in 1,073 games. He is one of only four players, with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain and Karl Malone, to post more than 23,000 points, 12,000 rebounds and 4,000 assists in his career. He also was the leading scorer on the gold-medal-winning U.S. Olympic basketball teams in 1992 at Barcelona and 1996 at Atlanta. At 6-6 and 252 pounds (leaner than in his college days), Barkley had an unusual build for a basketball player-much stockier than most small forwards, yet far shorter than the league's power forwards. He nevertheless could outmaneuver and outsmart bigger players and overpower smaller opponents. He was fluid on the break, a powerful jumper, a deadeye shooter from any angle and one of those rare talents who performed at his best in the clutch. In addition, Barkley managed to be outspoken and outrageous but likable all the same. In his three-year college career at Auburn, Barkley averaged 9.6 rebounds and became known as "the Round Mound of Rebound" for his heft and his hunger for caroms. He was the Southeastern Conference Player of the Year in 1984 but didn't make the U.S. Olympic basketball team that season. He entered the 1984 NBA Draft as a junior and was taken by the Philadelphia 76ers with the fifth overall pick. After averaging 14.0 points and 8.6 rebounds as a rookie, Barkley posted averages of 20 or more points and at least 10 rebounds per game for 11 seasons in a row with Philadelphia and Phoenix before finishing his career with four seasons with the Houston Rockets. His achievements were remarkable. He was an All-NBA First Team selection in 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 and 1993, an All-NBA Second Team pick in 1986, 1987, 1992, 1994 and 1995 and an All-NBA Third Team choice in 1996. He was selected to 11 All-Star Games, received more All-Star votes than any other player in 1994, and was MVP in the 1991 All-Star classic. In 1986-87 he led the NBA in rebounding (14.6 rpg), and the next year he finished fourth in scoring (28.3 ppg). He topped the NBA in offensive rebounding for three straight years and is among the league's all-time leaders in field goal percentage. He scored 56 points in a single playoff game in 1994, the third-highest total ever. In 1992 he was part of the original U.S. Olympic Dream Team that won a gold medal in Barcelona, and in 1996 he was part of the Dream Team that won a gold medal at Atlanta. Popular with fans and the media, he made the All-Interview team for each of his last 13 seasons in the league. Barkley spent eight seasons in Philadelphia. The 76ers' best showing during his tenure with them was a five-game loss to the Boston Celtics in the 1985 Eastern Conference Finals after the Sixers went 58-24 in the regular season. When the team failed to make the postseason in 1991-92, Barkley was involved in one of the most significant trades in recent memory. Philadelphia traded him to the Phoenix Suns in exchange for Jeff Hornacek, Tim Perry and Andrew Lang. Unhappy in his last years in Philadelphia, Barkley found new life in Phoenix. He had a magical first season with the Suns, winning the NBA MVP Award while leading Phoenix to the league's best record and a berth in the 1993 NBA Finals. The Suns lost to Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in a memorable six-game series. Over the next two seasons Barkley struggled with nagging injuries, and the Suns struggled with him. They reached the conference semifinals in 1994 and 1995 but lost to the Houston Rockets both years. Barkley bounced back with a big season in 1995-96, but the Suns dipped to 41-41. Changes seemed inevitable for a franchise that had come close to the championship but fallen short. On August 19, 1996, Barkley was traded again. This time, the destination was Houston, where he joined stars Hakeem Olajuwon and Clyde Drexler on a team with title aspirations. For the Suns, the trade meant instant rebuilding, as it brought them promising young players Sam Cassell and Robert Horry and veterans Chucky Brown and Mark Bryant. For Barkley, it was one last chance to achieve the one thing that had escaped him: an NBA championship. It didn't happen, however. In 1996-97 and 1997-98 the Rockets were eliminated in the playoffs by Utah, and in 1998-99, when they were ousted by the Los Angeles Lakers. In 1999-2000, when Barkley missed most of the season because of a torn left quadriceps tendon, Houston failed to make the postseason. Barkley announced his retirement shortly after he was injured in December, but came back to play one final game before the home fans in Houston on April 19.

DeepPurple
28-09-2001, 06.25.00
Il mio giocatore preferito anke se nn seguo tanto l'NBA :)

Squizzo
28-09-2001, 19.23.00
Bravo Inglober, cosė si fa! ;)

V0LT KRUEGER
28-09-2001, 22.24.00
ki kazzo č ke ha offeso il mitico barkley????? ma merd.... nn era mica nei phoenix sir charles??? ma michael jordan gioca ancora?? e jabbar???? :eek: