Sam Perkins' Star-Studded Career Had Links To Mavs, Jordan, Magic, Glove, and Miller


While ’ NBA career wasn’t as decorated as ’s, he established himself as one of college basketball’s most prolific players, and was an NBA force to reckon with. Perkins was the No. 4 overall pick by the Dallas Mavericks in 1984 – picked one selection behind Jordan and one selection before Charles Barkley — and played 17 seasons. (Dallas Mavericks)

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