5-time NBA champion, 3-time Finals MVP and 3-time NBA MVP who spent his entire 13-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers. He was named to 12 NBA All-Star games and led the league in assists four times.
Upon attending Michigan State University, his main passion was to become a TV commentator.
At 6'9" he was known for his remarkable versatility, able to play every position on the court from point guard to center.
He admired Michael Jordan and his basketball talent, especially after he was beaten by his Chicago Bulls in five games in the 1991 NBA Finals.