Lee Mayberry

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Lee Mayberry
No. 11
Point guard
Personal information
Born (1970-06-12) June 12, 1970 (age 44)
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Listed weight 172 lb (78 kg)
Career information
High school Will Rogers (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
College Arkansas (1988–1992)
NBA draft 1992 / Round: 1 / Pick: 23rd overall
Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
Pro career 1992–1999
Career history
19921996 Milwaukee Bucks
19961999 Vancouver Grizzlies
Career NBA statistics
Points 2,546 (5.1 ppg)
Rebounds 642 (1.3 rpg)
Assists 1,767 (3.6 apg)
Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

Orva Lee Mayberry, Jr. (born June 12, 1970) is a retired American professional basketball player, spending seven seasons in the National Basketball Association.

Early career[edit]

Mayberry played high school basketball at Will Rogers High School in Tulsa, where he led them to a state championship in 1988.

Mayberry played collegiately at the University of Arkansas and scored 1,940 points for the Razorbacks. Mayberry was a teammate of Todd Day and Oliver Miller, who also had lengthy NBA careers, and helped lead Arkansas to the 1990 Final Four in Denver, Colorado, where they lost in the national semifinals to Duke.

Professional career[edit]

Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1st round (23rd overall) of the 1992 NBA Draft, Mayberry played from 1992–1999 for the Bucks and Vancouver Grizzlies, averaging 5.1 points per game. For the first four years of his career, he played in 328 consecutive games, never missing a regular season game.

Mayberry also played for the US national team in the 1990 FIBA World Championship, winning the bronze medal.[1]

Post NBA[edit]

In 2012 Mayberry was inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.[2] In an interview posted on 10 Jan 2012 Mayberry reviewed his playing days with the Razorbacks.

The article also disclosed that Mayberry was currently "...living in Tulsa, scouting for the Golden State Warriors of the NBA"

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1990 USA Basketball
  2. ^ Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

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