The Info List - Kevin Edwards

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Kevin Durell Edwards (born October 30, 1965) is a retired American professional basketball player who currently serves as DePaul University men's basketball team's director of community, corporate, and professional relations. Edwards was selected by the Miami Heat with the 20th overall pick of the 1988 NBA draft. Edwards was the second ever draft pick in Miami Heat
Miami Heat
history, behind teammate Rony Seikaly who was selected as the 9th pick in the same draft. He played in 11 NBA seasons for the Heat, New Jersey Nets, Orlando Magic and Vancouver Grizzlies. Edwards best year as a pro came during the 1993–94 season as a member of the Nets, appearing in all 82 games and averaging 14.0 ppg. He had the most points in all of his seasons with the Nets. In his NBA career, Edwards scored a total of 6,596 points in 604 games. He retired as a member of the Grizzlies in 2001.[1] He has a wife and three children.[1] He played collegiately at DePaul University
DePaul University
and Lakeland Community College (in Kirtland, Ohio). After retiring from basketball, Edwards produced movies.[1] Notes[edit]

^ a b c Old Flames: Catching Up with Former HEAT Players You Still Love - #21 Kevin Edwards

External links[edit]

Kevin Edwards Statistics - Basketball-Reference.com

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1988 NBA Draft

First round

Danny Manning Rik Smits Charles Smith Chris Morris Mitch Richmond Hersey Hawkins Tim Perry Rex Chapman Rony Seikaly Willie Anderson Will Perdue Harvey Grant Jeff Grayer Dan Majerle Gary Grant Derrick Chievous Eric Leckner Ricky Berry Rod Strickland Kevin Edwards Mark Bryant Randolph Keys Jerome Lane Brian Shaw David Rivers

Second round

Rolando Ferreira Shelton Jones Andrew Lang Vinny Del Negro Fennis Dembo Everette Stephens Charles Shackleford Grant Long Tom Tolbert Sylvester Gray Ledell Eackles Greg Butler Dean Garrett Tito Horford Orlando Graham Keith Smart Jeff Moe Todd Mitchell Anthony Taylor Tom Garrick Morlon Wiley Vernon Maxwell Micheal Williams José Vargas Steve Kerr

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