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Extractions: Alpha Index Index by Sport Index of Women NBA Statistics Other Resources The 7-foot-1, 230-pound Parish, known as the "Chief," quietly ruled as one of the best centers in the NBA for 20 seasons. After averaging 21.6 points a game during four years as a starter at Centenary College in Louisiana, he was chosen by the Golden State Warriors in the first round of the 1976 NBA draft. After four virtually anonymous seasons with Golden State, Parish was traded to the Boston Celtics with a 1980 first-round draft choice for two of Boston's first-round picks. In his first season with the Celtics, 1980-81, they won the NBA championship. He averaged 18.9 points and more than 9 rebounds a game. He averaged 19.0 points and more than 10 rebounds a game in 1983-84, when they won another title. Parish helped lead them to a third title in 1985-86, though his numbers declined somewhat to 16.1 points and 9.6 rebounds per game. In 1994, Parish signed with the Charlotte Hornets as a free agent. After two seasons with Charlotte, he joined the Chicago Bulls as a backup and won a fourth championship ring, then announced his retirement. Remarkably durable, Parish played in 72 or more games in each of his first 20 NBA seasons. Although he never led the NBA in any category and was never a first-team All-NBA selection, he consistently posted good numbers as a scorer, rebounder, and shot blocker.
Extractions: var site = "celtics"; var page = "home"; init(false); NBA D-LEAGUE WNBA Global Brasil Canada China Español France Germany Japan Taiwan UK Teams Atlanta Boston Charlotte Chicago Cleveland Dallas Denver Detroit Golden State Houston Indiana LA Clippers LA Lakers Memphis Miami Milwaukee Minnesota New Jersey New Orleans New York Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Portland Sacramento San Antonio Seattle Toronto Utah Washington WIRELESS FANTASY GAMES NBA TV STORE ... Account Manager NEW ORLEANS, LA., April 7, 2003 - The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today that five players, one coach and one contributor have been elected for Enshrinement this September 4-7, 2003 in Springfield, Mass., the birthplace of basketball. The seven new electees represent the 45th group to enter the Hall of Fame since the institution began the process in 1959. John L. Doleva, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Basketball Hall of Fame, announced that two of the top 50 players in NBA history - Boston Celtics center Robert Parish and Los Angeles Lakers forward James Worthy - along with legendary Italian superstar Dino Meneghin, famed Louisiana Tech women's coach Leon Barmore, African-American basketball pioneer Earl Lloyd, Los Angeles Lakers broadcasting icon Chick Hearn and Meadowlark Lemon, the "Clown Prince of Basketball," comprise the Class of 2003. The Class of 2003 was selected from a record-group of 30 finalists. The Honors Committee elected Parish and Barmore on their first year of eligibility. Worthy has been a finalist the previous three years; Meneghin and Lloyd were finalists the last two years and Lemon was a first-time finalist, but has been reviewed by the North American Screening Committee the last three years. An individual needs five of seven votes from their Screening Committee to become a Hall of Fame finalist and 18 of 24 votes from the Honors Committee for election.
CELTICS: Where Are They Now? Robert Parish robert parish. robert, like the majority of former great Celtics Legends, What has the game of basketball meant to you? parishEverything to me and my http://www.nba.com/celtics/history/WhereAreThey_Parish.html
Extractions: var site = "celtics"; var page = "home"; init(false); NBA D-LEAGUE WNBA Global Brasil Canada China Español France Germany Japan Taiwan UK Teams Atlanta Boston Charlotte Chicago Cleveland Dallas Denver Detroit Golden State Houston Indiana LA Clippers LA Lakers Memphis Miami Milwaukee Minnesota New Jersey New Orleans New York Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Portland Sacramento San Antonio Seattle Toronto Utah Washington WIRELESS FANTASY GAMES NBA TV STORE ... Account Manager The Shreveport, LA native, went out a winner by being a member of the 1997 NBA World Champion Chicago Bulls team. The Celtics retired his familiar uniform number 00 in ceremonies at the FleetCenter in January 1998, with the other two members of The Big Three, Larry Bird and Kevin McHale, on each side of him on his special day. He was the successful head coach of the Maryland Mustangs, of the United States Basketball League in 2001. And, he just happened to make a stop by Springfield, MA in September 2003, where he was elected in to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Extractions: Robert Lee Parish (born on August 30 in Shreveport Louisiana ), is a former American basketball center . His nickname was "Chief" , after the mute Native American in the film One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest . According to legend, former Celtics forward Cedric Maxwell gave him this nickname because of Parish's stoic nature. After a discreet career at Centenary College of Louisiana , Parish was drafted in the first round of the NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors , before being sent to the Boston Celtics , where he played his best years. He compared his transition from Golden State to Boston in a televised quote where he jokingly said it was like going from an outhouse to a penthouse . Playing 14 years with the Celtics from to , he won three NBA titles and ) teaming with legendary small forward Larry Bird , and, from to with Kevin McHale . The trio is regarded by many as the best frontcourt in NBA history. He played two more seasons with the Charlotte Hornets and then played his final season with the Chicago Bulls in , which led to his fourth NBA title. He was 43 years old when he retired from basketball. He is the oldest player to ever play an NBA game, and
Robert Parish Biography basketball s illustrious History basketball Hall of Fame Research Center robert parish, a native of Shreveport, Louisiana, holds the NBA record for http://www.hoophall.com/halloffamers/parish_robert.htm
Extractions: College Playing Highlights: The Sporting News All-America (1976) Freshman of the Year (1972) Louisiana Collegiate "Player of the Year" (1974-76) All Louisiana Collegiate Team (1973-76) Most Valuable Player (1975) Captain, starting center U.S. Pan Am Team (1975) Nation's leading rebounder (15.4 rpg) in 1974-75 season