Former NBA point guard and Olympian known as Starbury; played in two all-star games after being selected 4th overall in the 1996 NBA Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks. In 2017 he joined the Beijing Fly Dragons for his last season.
He played one season at Georgia Tech, taking the team deep into the NCAA tournament, but then entered the NBA before his second season at the school began.
He was traded on draft day to the Minnesota Timberwolves where he was an All Rookie First Team selection in 1997. He spent three years in Minnesota, then two years with the New Jersey Nets, before a trade sent him to the Phoenix Suns in 2001 where his career began to peak.
His father passed away during one of his games, his brother Zach played pro ball overseas, and he had 3 children with his wife Latasha.
He played alongside star forward Kevin Garnett in Minnesota.