Summary: professional basketball player who played as a forward guard for the Minnesota Timberwolves, who was a former college standout player at St. John's, where he played eight seasons in the NBA with Indiana, LA Clippers, and Detroit before signing with Minnesota in 1999 and became the first-round draft pick of Indiana in 1992 as well as the second-leading career scorer in St. John's history behind Chris Muller, who owned Malik Sealy XXI Inc., a clothing line, and whose father Sydney was a bodyguard for Malcolm X.
Cause of Death: Injuries sustained in a car accident
Born: February 1, 1970
Died: May 20, 2000
Location: St. Louis Park, Minnesota