|No. 12, 3|
September 21, 1972 |
|Listed height||6 ft 2 in (188 cm)|
|Listed weight||198 lb (90 kg)|
|High school||Flint Hill (Oakton, Virginia)|
|College||Wake Forest (1991–1995)|
|NBA draft||1995 / Round: 1 / Pick: 19th overall|
|Selected by the Detroit Pistons|
|Pro playing career||1995–2011|
|1995–1997||Portland Trail Blazers|
|1997–1998||Tofaş S.K. (Turkey)|
|1998–1999||Kombassan Konya (Turkey)|
|2000–2001||Record Napoli (Italy)|
|2001||Sydney Kings (Australia)|
|2001–2003||Rida Scafati (Italy)|
|2003–2004||SLUC Nancy (France)|
|2004–2007||Premiata Montegranaro (Italy)|
|2007–2008||Pepsi Caserta (Italy)|
|2008–2010||Cimberio Varese (Italy)|
|2010||Dinamo Sassari (Italy)|
|2010–2011||Mazzeo San Severo (Italy)|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Stats at Basketball-Reference.com|
Randolph Childress (born September 21, 1972) is an American former professional basketball player. In 2012, he became the director of player development for Wake Forest University's basketball team. In 2013, he was promoted to the position of assistant coach.
Childress played collegiately at Wake Forest University, where he averaged 18.4 points per game for his four-year career. His collegiate highlight came in 1995, when he delivered one of the most outstanding ACC Tournament performances of all time. Named tournament MVP, Childress along with sophomore Tim Duncan, carried the Demon Deacons to the title, Childress averaged 35.7 points and 7 assists per game. In the finals, against a UNC team featuring Jerry Stackhouse and Rasheed Wallace, Childress scored 37 with 7 assists and hit a game-winning jumper with 4 seconds left in overtime. He was honored as the ACC Male Athlete of the Year in 1995. In 2002, Childress was named to the ACC 50th Anniversary men's basketball team, honoring the fifty greatest players in ACC history.
In the 1995 NBA Draft, Childress was selected in the 1st round (19th overall) by the Detroit Pistons. Childress played in two NBA seasons for the Pistons and Portland Trail Blazers, averaging 2.4 points per game. His NBA career was cut short by a torn ACL and disagreements with Trail Blazers coach P. J. Carlesimo.
After leaving the NBA, Childress played in 1997-1999 in the Turkish Basketball League for Tofaş SAS and Konya Kombassan. Childress went on to play ten games for the Sydney Kings in the 2000-01 Australian National Basketball League season. Childress then played for various teams in the Italian leagues.
In April 2012, Childress was hired as the Demon Deacons' new director of player development. In April 2013, Childress was promoted to the position of assistant coach, moving into an on-court role for the team.
- NBA stats, basketballreference.com