He played for the Hornets, the Warriors and the Raptors. Washington took him as a first-round draft pick. He averaged more than 7 points and assists per game, scoring a total of 6,858 points in the NBA.
5ft 5in 1999 New Jersey Nets
He went undrafted after college and has signed short-term contracts with several teams. (Cavs, Mavs, Clippers, Warriors, Nuggets, Bucks, Bobcats, Wizards, Rockets)
5ft 6in - 1946-1947 Celtics
He played for the Boston Celtics for one season and scored 19 points. His one year with the Celtics was the first year of the organization’s existence.
5ft 6in - 1985-1991 Atlanta Hawks
Drafted and cut by the Pistons before the start of the season he was given a chance by the Atlanta Hawks. A fan favorite, he even won the 1986 Slam Dunk contest.
5ft 7in - 1989-1990 Phoenix Suns
Selected in the second round of the NBA draft by the Phoenix Suns, He also played for the Knicks, Hornets, 76ers, Nuggets & the Bullets.
5ft 7in - 1992-1995 Golden State Warriors
He started his NBA career as a free agent. In his three seasons with the Golden State Warriors, he scored more than 1,000 points. Also played with the Nuggets
5ft 7in - 1947-1948 Baltimore Bullets
He bought the Philadelphia Sphas and turned the team into the Washington Generals. He now owns the New York Nationals, the current Globetrotter traveling opponent.
5ft 7in - 1947-1948 New York Knicks
A Japanese American, he became the first professional basketball player of Asian descent when he went to the Knicks as a first-round draft pick.
5ft 7in -1975-1977 Denver Nuggets
His coaching career has lasted much longer than his NBA stint did. He played two seasons with the Denver Nuggets before trading his playing position for a coaching job.