Played college ball at Portland and Nevada-Las Vegas until 1991.
Selected by the New York Knicks as 12th overall pick in the 1991 NBA Draft.
Played in New York until 1994-95.
Selected by the Vancouver Grizzlies in the 1995 NBA Expansion Draft. Played there until 1996-97.
Signed with the Seattle SuperSonics till 1997-98.
Joined the Portland Trail Blazers in January 1999. Played there until 2000-01.
Moved to the Chicago Bulls in 2001-02. Waived in March. Joined the the Milwaukee Bucks later that month.
Works as an analyst for ESPN since 2002.
Won the NCAA title with Nevada-Las Vegas in 1990.
Finished his career at Nevada-Las Vegas as the school's all-time assists leader.