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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Christian Laettner Center Power forward Personal information Date of birth August 17, 1969 Place of birth Angola, New York Nationality USA Listed height Listed weight Career information College Duke NBA Draft / 3rd overall Selected by the Minnesota Timberwolves Pro career Career history Minnesota Timberwolves 1992–96 Swett Memorial Trophy (Duke MVP Info Page Medal record Men's Basketball Competitor for the United States Olympic Games Gold 1992 Barcelona Team Competition World Championship Bronze 1990 Argentina Team Competition Pan American Games Bronze 1991 Havana Team Competition Christian Donald Laettner (born August 17, 1969 in
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Extractions: Jump to: navigation search Christian Laettner natal chart (noon, no houses) natal chart English style (noon, no houses) Name Laettner, Christian Gender : M born on 17 August 1969 Place Angola NY, USA, Timezone EDT h4w (is daylight saving time) Data source Date w/o time Rodden Rating X Astrology data add Christian Laettner to 'my astro' American basketball player: forward/center, Hawks Link to Wikipedia biography Courtney Conrad collection, no time Retrieved from " http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Laettner%2C_Christian Categories 1969 births Birthday 17 August ... Lifestyle : Work : Work in team/ Tandem Views Personal tools Navigation Search This page was last modified on 19 April 2004, at 00:00. Content is available under About Astro-Databank
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Extractions: Alpha Index Index by Sport Index of Women NBA Statistics Other Resources A four-year starter at Duke University, the 6-foot-11, 235-pound Laettner set an NCAA Division I record for most games, 148, and he played for two NCAA tournament champions, in 1991 and 1992. He averaged 16.6 points for his collegiate career and 21.5 as a senior, when he was an almost unanimous choice as college player of the year. Although a center at Duke, Laettner is not the standard post-up, back-to-the-basket player. He prefers facing the basket and shooting. In his college career, he hit 45.5 percent of his 3-point shots (79 of 163) and his 17-foot shot while double-teamed with time running out in overtime beat Kentucky 104-103 to get Duke into the Final Four in 1992. Laettner was the only non-NBA player on the U. S. "Dream Team" that easily won the gold medal at the 1992 Olympics. A first-round draft choice of the Minnesota Timberwolves, he has been a good NBA player, but never reached the superstardom expected of him. Minnesota traded him to the Atlanta Hawks during the 1995-96 season, and Atlanta traded him to the Detroit Pistons in 1998. He played in only 16 games in 1998-99 because of an injury. Since then, his numbers have declined along with his playing time.
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Extractions: This page is obsolete. Click here to go to new site Grant Hill Main Page Information Navigation Home Page General Feedback Laettner, Christian His number (32) retired in 1992 Height: Weight: 235 Born: 08/17/69 Center Number: Hometown:Angola, NY Major: Sociology G GS MIN AVG FG OF % 3P OF % FT OF % REB AVG ASS TO BS ST DNK CHR PF TP AVG 89 36 16 607 16.9 115-159 72.3 1-1 100.0 88-121 72.7 170 4.7 44 58 28 35 4 7 104 319 8.9 90 38 38 1135 29.9 194-380 51.1 6-12 50.0 225-269 83.6 364 9.6 84 103 41 59 15 7 120 619 16.3 Swett Memorial Trophy Contributed comments: From: Christian Couture