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Chris Kaman
Chris Kaman
Position: -
Born: 04/28/82
Height: 7-0 / 2.13
Weight:268 lbs. / 121.6 kg.
Earnings: $86,527,368 ($102,283,339*)
At first, Kaman wasn’t a fan of the bitter taste of straight black coffee. But when DiFrancesco and Dr. Cate Shanahan, then the team’s nutritionist, suggested he cut it with organic, full-fat milk or grass-fed butter, Kaman was hooked — not only on the taste, but also on the improvements in focus and concentration. “I thought it gives more of a good, even energy source than when you take some of the high-sugar, high-carbohydrate drinks,” Kaman says, “[which] really just gives you spikes.”
3 years ago via ESPN
Chris Kaman will join a special club this year: He’s being inducted into the Grand Rapids Sports Hall of Fame. Kaman played basketball for Tri-Unity Christian High School, then Central Michigan University. He was drafted to the NBA in 2003 and spent 13 years there. “I think I was just blessed,” Kaman said. “I always dreamed of it … I did not know I was any good at basketball until my third year of college when we played Michigan at Michigan and we beat them. I had a really good game and everybody was talking about it. I wouldn’t have thought I could go to the NBA.”
As captain for the past two seasons, Lillard has made it clear to his teammates that their playoff checks should be donated to the Blazers’ support staff, which consists of everybody from massage therapists to the trainers at the practice facility. With some Blazers teams, the locker room leadership was not always as generous. Three seasons ago, when veteran Chris Kaman joined the team, he became appalled that the Blazers were keeping their playoff checks. Kaman, who became close with Lillard, told him if he ever led a team he should insist on getting the guys to donate to underscore the importance of unity and having one’s back.