Sedale Threatt
American basketball player
Sedale Threatt
Sedale Eugene Threatt is a retired American basketball player in the NBA. He played college basketball at the West Virginia Institute of Technology from 1979 to 1983. Threatt, who has the distinction of being the last sixth round pick to play in the NBA, played in the NBA from 1983–1997 and followed up with several additional seasons overseas.
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10 Greatest Point Guard Drafts Classes in NBA History - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
Notable point guards selected in '83 were Derek Harper, current Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers, John Paxson and Sedale Threatt. Harper is one of the greatest players in NBA history to never make an All-Star team, averaging at least 17 points and seven
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Waverley Falcons soar high - Oakleigh Monash Leader
Google News - over 5 years
“Simon (Blennerhassett) hit a big shot for us, Ivan (Platenik) did the work inside and Sedale Threatt controlled it at the point. “Daniel Dillon made the last offensive play of the game to put us up by two, before they had a couple of chances and
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Beantown Ballers Go All Out at Red Bull King of the Rock - Dime Magazine
Google News - over 5 years
Standing in his way were seven talented opponents, including Lee — a former Robert Morris guard who captured the 2007-08 Northeast Conference Player of the Year award — , Sedale Threatt Jr. — the son of former NBA player Sedale Threatt — , and
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NBA: Top 40 Rivalries of All-Time and Who's Won Them so Far - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
These players and coaches included included Moses Malone, Sedale Threatt, Larry Bird, Cedric Maxwell, Bill Cunningham (coach), Gerald Henderson, Julius Erving, Mark Iavaroni, and none other than the legendary Celtics coach Red Auarbach
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Falcons downed - Leader News
Google News - over 5 years
Ivan Platenik again led the Falcons with 23 points, backed by Dillon (16), Vashon Weaver (12 points and 10 rebounds), Boyle (12) and Sedale Threatt (11). Despite the loss, Waverley remains second on the ladder, three games adrift of Eltham,
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Big V should clean up play: Hawks coach - Maroondah Weekly
Google News - over 5 years
Veteran Hawk Damien Smith and Daryl Corletto clashed repeatedly with Falcons guard Sedale Threatt during the match, with Smith eventually getting ejected from the game. Hawks import Aaron Hill barely saw the court after being injured early in the first
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Murphy puts on a show in Sea Dawgs victory - StarNewsOnline.com
Google News - over 5 years
Sedale Threatt Jr. added 11, most of those on cuts to the basket or in transition. "We knew they played on Friday and again on Sunday," Kuhl said. "We just felt like if we could get them up and down the court, that would be beneficial to us
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EAST ROUNDUP; Connecticut Handed First Loss in Big East
NYTimes - over 9 years
So much for unbeaten teams in the Big East. Ben Mauk passed for three touchdowns and ran for another yesterday, leading Cincinnati to a 27-3 victory over No. 16 Connecticut, keeping Cincinnati (8-2, 3-2) in a crowd of teams vying for the conference title. Connecticut (8-2, 4-1) had been the last team without a loss in the Big East and was off to
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EAST ROUNDUP; UConn Loses Its First On Late Virginia Kick
NYTimes - over 9 years
Chris Gould kicked a 19-yard field goal with 3 minutes 20 seconds remaining yesterday as Virginia won its sixth consecutive game and handed visiting Connecticut its first loss, 17-16. The mistake-prone Cavaliers (6-1) trailed, 16-14, before driving 79 yards to Gould's second winning field goal in eight days. Last Saturday, his 34-yarder with eight
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Like Father, Like Son. Not Exactly.
NYTimes - over 9 years
While visiting his mother's family in Atlanta several years ago, Sedale Threatt Jr. looked up his surname in the phone book. Curious about his absentee father and his astoundingly complex family tree, he began randomly calling other Threatts to see if they were related. After a few calls, he got a hit: An ex-wife of an uncle gave him the phone
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EASTERN LEAGUES
NYTimes - over 9 years
Colonial (F.C.S.) TEAMS TO WATCH New Hampshire is led by quarterback Ricky Santos, right, who won last year's Walter Payton award as the national I-AA player of the year. The Wildcats' offense, which averaged 35.3 points and 401.1 yards a game last season, will again be potent, but the defensive line needs rebuilding. Massachusetts lost six
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: EAST ROUNDUP; With Gamble, UConn Wins In 2 Overtimes
NYTimes - over 10 years
D. J. Hernandez escaped a furious rush and scrambled into the end zone for a 2-point conversion in the second overtime yesterday and Connecticut stunned Pittsburgh, 46-45, to earn its first Big East victory. Hernandez led Connecticut (4-5, 1-3) back from a 14-point, fourth-quarter deficit, rushing for 130 yards and passing for 164 yards and 4
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: IVY LEAGUE ROUNDUP; Princeton Clamps Down On Columbia
NYTimes - over 10 years
Coach Norries Wilson did not need many words to sum up Columbia's performance, and he was not in any mood to put a positive spin on a fiasco. ''Our offense was awful,'' Wilson said yesterday after the Lions lost, 19-6, to Princeton at Wien Stadium in the Ivy League opener for both teams. After winning its first two games, Columbia managed only 131
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Regional Outlook
NYTimes - over 10 years
Frank Litsky of The New York Times looks at the top teams in the East in Division I-AA, Division II and Division III. The college football powerhouses this fall seem sure to include Notre Dame, Texas, Southern California, Ohio State, Florida and New Hampshire. New Hampshire? Absolutely. While those other traditional powers are among the 119 teams
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: EAST ROUNDUP; Temple Has Lead, but Can't Hold It
NYTimes - over 11 years
Temple led at halftime for the first time this season, but host Navy scored 24 unanswered points in the second half yesterday for a 37-17 victory. The Midshipmen (6-4) became eligible for a bowl for the third straight season, a first in the program's history. The Owls (0-11) did not win a game on the field for the first time since 1959. (Temple was
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: EAST ROUNDUP; South Florida in Hunt For Big East's B.C.S. Bid
NYTimes - over 11 years
Andre Hall rushed for a season-high 222 yards and 3 touchdowns yesterday, and visiting South Florida beat Syracuse, 27-0. South Florida (5-3, 3-1 Big East) came into the B.C.S. picture in late September with a stunning 45-14 victory over Louisville. If they win their remaining games -- against Cincinnati, Connecticut and No. 16 West Virginia --
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: EAST ROUNDUP; Ground Game Helps Army End 11-Game Slide
NYTimes - over 11 years
Carlton Jones rushed for 162 yards to pass Glenn Davis on Army's career rushing list yesterday as the Black Knights snapped an 11-game losing streak with a 20-0 victory at Akron. Jones, a senior, had a career-high 38 carries, scored 2 touchdowns and moved into second place on the career rushing list with 3,065 yards. Mike Mayweather rushed for
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Sedale Threatt
    THIRTIES
  • 1996
    Age 34
    He retired from the league following the 1996-97 season, and later went on to play in France, Switzerland, and for Gymnastikos S. Larissas, in Greece.
    More Details Hide Details Sedale Threatt is currently living in Australia working with his eldest son Sedale Threatt Jr for Australian Basketball Digest.
  • 1992
    Age 30
    In 1992-93 he became the second player in Laker franchise history (joining Magic Johnson) to lead the Lakers in scoring (15.1), assists (6.9) and steals (1.7.) He scored a career high 42 points against the New York Knicks on 03/10/92 and scored a career playoff high 35 points in Game 1 of the 1993 Western Conference Quarter Finals against the Phoenix Suns.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1991
    Age 29
    He stayed in Seattle for four years before being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers on October 2, 1991 in exchange for three second round draft picks.
    More Details Hide Details Threatt was expected to play a backup role to Magic Johnson, however when Johnson retired due to his infection with HIV, Threatt became the starting point guard. Threatt led the Lakers in assists, steals and minutes played each of his first two seasons with the Lakers.
  • 1987
    Age 25
    He played for four years for the 76ers until he was signed by the Chicago Bulls in 1987, then in 1988 he was traded to the Seattle SuperSonics.
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  • 1983
    Age 21
    He was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in the sixth round of the 1983 NBA Draft.
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    Threatt, who has the distinction of being the last sixth round pick to play in the NBA (as the NBA draft had later been shortened to two rounds), played in the NBA from 1983 - 1997 and followed up with several additional seasons overseas.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1979
    Age 17
    He played college basketball at the West Virginia Institute of Technology from 1979 to 1983.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1961
    Born
    Born on September 10, 1961.
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