Antonio Harvey

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Antonio Harvey
Personal information
Born (1970-07-06) July 6, 1970 (age 47)
Chicago, Illinois
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)
Listed weight 250 lb (113 kg)
Career information
High school Waukegan High School (Waukegan, Illinois)
NBA draft 1993 / Undrafted
Playing career 1993–2004
Position Forward
Number 40, 24, 34, 4
Career history
19931995 Los Angeles Lakers
1995 Vancouver Grizzlies
1996 Los Angeles Clippers
1996–1997 Seattle SuperSonics
1997 CHC Montecatini (Italy)
1997–1998 Panionios (Greece)
1998 Covirán Cervezas Alhambra (Spain)
1998–1999 Irakleio (Greece)
19992001 Portland Trail Blazers
2001–2002 Seattle SuperSonics
2002–2003 Atlanta Hawks
2002–2003 Idaho Stampede (CBA)
2003–2004 Polonia Warsaw (Poland)
Career highlights and awards

Antonio Harvey (born July 6, 1970) is a retired American professional basketball player.

Born in Pascagoula, Mississippi, Harvey attended Southern Illinois University (1988–89), Connors State College (1989–90), the University of Georgia (1990–91), and Pfeiffer University (1991–1993). He was bypassed in the 1993 NBA draft. After playing during summer 1993 with the Atlanta Eagles of the USBL, he signed as a free agent in 1993 with the Los Angeles Lakers, for whom he started on opening night of the 1993–94 season.[1] In 1995, Harvey was in the NBA Slam Dunk Contest. In the contest, he was famed for when he waited until the final seconds to do a 360-degree, free throw line dunk, but missed it, ending in 4th place. He played with five other NBA teams, as well as in Greece, Spain, Poland and Italy.

In April 2004, he was named the general manager and head coach of the American Basketball Association's Portland Reign.[2]

Harvey was in radio broadcasting for the Portland Trail Blazers from 2005 to 2016.[3][4]


  1. ^ Antonio Harvey Bio
  2. ^ - Home of the American Basketball Association
  3. ^ "BLAZERS: Trail Blazers Move Mike Rice to TV, Name Antonio Harvey As Radio Analyst". Retrieved June 15, 2016. 
  4. ^ "Trail Blazers Announce Changes to Television and Radio Broadcast Talent | Portland Trail Blazers". Portland Trail Blazers. June 15, 2016. Retrieved June 15, 2016. A former Trail Blazers player whose pro career spanned 10 years – eight years with six NBA teams and two internationally, Harvey wraps an 11-year run as Portland's radio analyst. 

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