Nate Archibald

United States

Basketball

B: September 2, 1948

Member of the National Basketball Hall of Fame

The M.V.P. of the N.B.A. in the 1972-'73 season while a member of the Kansas City-Omaha Kings, Archibald became the first and only player to lead the league in scoring and assists in the same season. Archibald started his collegiate career at Arizona Western before transferring to the University of Texas at El Paso, from where he graduated in 1970. He was selected in the second round of the 1970 N.B.A. draft by the Cincinnati Royals. A first team All-N.B.A. selection in 1973, '75 and '76, Archibald played in seven All-Star games (1973, '75-'76 , '80-'82) and was the M.V.P. of the 1981 game, the same season in which he won a championship as a member of the Boston Celtics. His career spanned 14 seasons with six different teams. Archibald was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1991.

SUPERSTARS RECORD

EVENT

PLACE

POINTS

MONEY

EVENT WINS
1974 Preliminary 1

7

16

$1,600

None
TOTALS  

16

$1,600

0


PERSONAL BESTS
Golf - 9 holes

86

1974 Preliminary 1
Baseball Hit
6
1974 Preliminary 1
100 Yard Dash
11.36
1974 Preliminary 1
Half Mile Run
2:21.23
1974 Preliminary 1
Bike Race - half mile
1:23.11
1974 Preliminary 1
Points Scored

16

1974 Preliminary 1


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