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Brent Barry
Brent Barry.jpg
Barry in December 2005
Personal information
Born (1971-12-31) December 31, 1971 (age 46)
Hempstead, New York
NationalityAmerican
Listed height6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)
Listed weight209 lb (95 kg)
Career information
High schoolDe La Salle (Concord, California)
CollegeOregon State (1990–1995)
NBA draft1995 / Round: 1 / Pick: 15th overall
Selected by the Denver Nuggets
Playing career1995–2009
PositionShooting guard
Number31, 17
Career history
19951998Los Angeles Clippers
1998Miami Heat
1999Chicago Bulls
19992004Seattle SuperSonics
20042008San Antonio Spurs
2008–2009Houston Rockets
Career highlights and awards
Career statistics
Points8,488 (9.3 ppg)
Rebounds2,780 (3.0 rpg)
Assists2,892 (3.2 apg)
Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

Brent Robert Barry (born December 31, 1971), commonly known by the nickname Bones,[1] is an American retired professional basketball player.[2] He is the son of former NBA player Rick Barry. The 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m), 210 lb (95 kg; 15 st) shooting guard played professionally in the National Basketball Association, winning two championships with the San Antonio Spurs. He also won the 1996 NBA Slam Dunk Contest.

Barry now works as a sports commentator for NBA on TNT and is a studio host for the NBA TV show NBA Gametime.[3]

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Contents

Personal life

Barry, born in Hempstead, New York, is the son of Hall of Famer Rick Barry, and was arguably the best player of the five basketball-playing Barry sons, the others being Scooter, Jon, Drew, and Canyon. His stepmother, Lynn Barry, also was an accomplished basketball player in college. Brent, the second youngest, played his high school basketball at athletic powerhouse De La Salle High School in Concord, California, and graduated in 1990. Barry played four years on the Beavers basketball team of Oregon State University after redshirting his freshman season. Barry graduated from Oregon State with a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology in 1995.[4]

Brent and Erin Barry were married in 1998, after being together from the time they were both in high school.[5] They have two sons. In 2010, it was reported that Brent Barry had filed for divorce,[6] citing "irreconcilable differences". In December 2010 Erin Barry issued a statement[7] denying the reports[8][9] about an extra-marital affair with teammate Tony Parker being the cause of their separation. The divorce became final on January 5, 2011, in Texas; they have joint custody of the children.

NBA career

Brent Barry was selected by the Denver Nuggets in the first round (15th pick) of the 1995 NBA draft, but was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers on draft night in a 4-player trade with Rodney Rogers for the No. 2 overall pick in the draft (Antonio McDyess) and Randy Woods.[10] Barry was generally considered a good passer and had three seasons where he averaged more than 5 assists per game. Barry was also a strong three-point shooter; he currently ranks 13th all-time in career three-point field goals made and shot 40% from behind the arc for his career. These two strengths, combined with Barry's 6'7" frame, allowed him to play a variety of positions, including point guard, shooting guard, and small forward; because he was taller than most traditional point guards, he was often considered a point forward when he was running the offense. He was on the San Antonio Spurs championship teams in 2005 and 2007. He won the Slam Dunk Contest in the NBA All-Star Weekend in 1996 with a Julius Erving-inspired slam dunk in which he took off from the free throw line to sail in and dunk one-handed.[11] He was the first caucasian player to win the competition.[12]

Los Angeles Clippers (1995–1998)

After being drafted by the Denver Nuggets, Barry was traded immediately to the Los Angeles Clippers. In his rookie season, Brent made 123 3-pointers, which broke the current rookie record. There Brent would average 10.4 ppg and 38% 3-pt field goal in 179 games. In his second season, he and the Clippers attempted a playoff run where Brent would average 11.7 ppg, his highest in the postseason. The Clippers only played in 3 games (one series; 1996-1997) during the postseason while Barry was there.[13][13]

Miami Heat (1998)

Barry was traded to the Miami Heat the day before the February 20th trade deadline from Los Angeles for Isaac Austin. In Miami, Barry would only play 17 games, not starting any of the games, averaging only 4.1 ppg.[14][14]

Chicago Bulls (1999)

Barry signed with the Bulls on January 25, 1999 and signed a 6-year $27 million contract. After sustaining an injury, he played only 37 of the 50 games played that season, starting 30 of those games, averaging 11.1 ppg. Failing to fill the void of a Jordan-less Bulls, the team traded Brent for Hersey Hawkins and James Cotton from Seattle on August 12, 1999.[15]

Seattle SuperSonics (1999–2004)

Brent spent 4 seasons with the Seattle SuperSonics. Brent would begin his Seattle career as a back-up for fellow Oregon State alumnus Gary Payton. He would eventually move to play the point position as a starter, and filled in when needed as a small forward. There he would average 11.2 ppg, make 669 3-point shots, and start the majority of his NBA career (296 out of 328 games), and total 4,107 points. In Seattle he would play 10 postseason games, starting 8 of those, the most in his career thus far.[16][16]

San Antonio Spurs (2004–2008)

In the summer of 2004, Barry was signed as a free agent by the San Antonio Spurs, where he spent most of the season as a backup. After losing their first playoff game to the Denver Nuggets in the 2005 NBA Playoffs, San Antonio inserted Barry into the starting lineup. The Spurs' new lineup helped them beat the Nuggets in the series four games to one. Later in those same playoffs, Barry earned his first championship ring when the Spurs defeated the Detroit Pistons in the 2005 NBA Finals. Brent and his father, Rick Barry, are the second father-son duo to each win an NBA Championship as a player; the first was Matt Guokas, Sr. and his son Matt Guokas, Jr.. The only other father-son duos are Bill Walton and his son Luke Walton, and Mychal Thompson and his son Klay Thompson.

In June 2007, he won his second NBA championship ring when the Spurs swept the Cleveland Cavaliers 4–0.

In January 2008, Barry tore his right calf muscle. On February 20, 2008, (not too long after his injury) Barry, along with Francisco Elson and a 2009 first round draft pick, were traded by the San Antonio Spurs back to the Seattle SuperSonics in exchange for forward/center Kurt Thomas. Barry was waived the following day by the Sonics. After a mandatory 30-day waiting period, he re-signed with San Antonio on March 24, 2008 for 1 year with the possibility for the 2009–2010 season at Veteran Minimum.[17]

Coming off of injury Barry did not see very much playing time in the first 2 rounds of the 2008 NBA Playoffs. Barry would shine against the Lakers in the Western Conference finals, however, getting 23 points in Game 4, with a controversial no-call foul with 2 seconds on the clock. The Spurs would lose the series in 5 games, however.

San Antonio provided Barry with the most playoff experience (71 games) of his career. He totaled 356 3-point shots made and 1,888 points.

Houston Rockets (2008–2009)

Barry opted out of his contract and became a free agent on July 1, 2008. On July 10, Barry signed a 2-year contract with the Houston Rockets, becoming the third member of the family to join the franchise.[18] His father, Rick, ended his career playing two seasons with the Rockets (1978–80) and his older brother, Jon, also finished his career with the Rockets, playing from 2004–06.[19] Financial terms were not released.[19]

On October 23, 2009, Brent Barry's career ended when he was cut by the Rockets at the end of training camp, leading Barry to later remark that "all the Barrys were buried in Houston".

Post-playing career

In 2013, Barry began making regular appearances on NBA TV's The Starters in his own segment: "The Bone Zone".[citation needed]

NBA career statistics

Legend
  GP Games played   GS  Games started  MPG  Minutes per game
 FG%  Field goal percentage  3P%  3-point field goal percentage  FT%  Free throw percentage
 RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  SPG  Steals per game
 BPG  Blocks per game  PPG  Points per game  Bold  Career high
Denotes seasons in which Barry won an NBA championship

Regular season

Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
1995–96 L.A. Clippers 79 44 24.0 .474 .416 .810 2.1 2.9 1.2 .3 10.1
1996–97 L.A. Clippers 59 0 18.5 .409 .324 .817 1.9 2.6 .9 .3 7.5
1997–98 L.A. Clippers 41 36 32.7 .428 .400 .844 3.5 3.2 1.2 .6 13.7
1997–98 Miami 17 0 15.2 .371 .353 1.000 1.6 1.2 .8 .2 4.1
1998–99 Chicago 37 30 31.9 .396 .302 .772 3.9 3.1 1.1 .3 11.1
1999–00 Seattle 80 74 34.1 .463 .411 .809 4.7 3.6 1.3 .4 11.8
2000–01 Seattle 67 20 26.5 .494 .476 .816 3.1 3.4 1.2 .2 8.8
2001–02 Seattle 81 81 37.5 .508 .424 .846 5.4 5.3 1.8 .5 14.4
2002–03 Seattle 75 68 33.1 .458 .403 .795 4.0 5.1 1.5 .2 10.3
2003–04 Seattle 59 53 30.6 .504 .452 .827 3.5 5.8 1.4 .3 10.8
2004–05 San Antonio 81 8 21.5 .423 .357 .837 2.3 2.2 .5 .2 7.4
2005–06 San Antonio 74 5 17.0 .452 .396 .661 2.1 1.7 .5 .4 5.8
2006–07 San Antonio 75 28 21.7 .475 .446 .880 2.1 1.8 .7 .2 8.5
2007–08 San Antonio 31 1 17.9 .481 .429 .950 1.8 1.7 .5 .1 7.1
2008–09 Houston 56 1 15.3 .407 .374 .950 1.7 1.4 .4 .1 3.7
Career 912 449 25.9 .460 .405 .823 3.0 3.2 1.0 .3 9.3

Playoffs

Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
1997 L.A. Clippers 3 0 28.0 .407 .455 .889 2.3 3.3 1.3 .0 11.7
2000 Seattle 5 3 31.0 .364 .400 .714 2.6 3.0 .6 .6 8.4
2002 Seattle 5 5 29.8 .412 .438 1.000 4.6 2.8 .6 .8 7.8
2005 San Antonio 23 8 24.1 .457 .424 .810 2.4 1.9 .7 .2 6.1
2006 San Antonio 13 2 23.2 .557 .500 .762 2.5 1.7 .7 .2 7.8
2007 San Antonio 19 0 11.8 .350 .306 1.000 1.3 1.1 .2 .1 3.1
2008 San Antonio 16 0 14.2 .491 .463 .800 1.1 1.1 .4 .1 5.2
2009 Houston 4 0 8.8 .500 .375 .000 1.0 .8 .5 .0 3.3
Career 88 18 19.7 .446 .416 .802 2.0 1.7 .5 .2 5.8

See also

References

  1. ^ Baker, Chris (1995-07-02). "Brent Barry Had to Deal With Playing in His Famous Father's Shadow, Their Strained Relationship, Losing at Oregon State, and Now. . . : Welcome to L.A." Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2018-06-05. The younger Barry, nicknamed "Bones" by his Oregon State teammates because he carries only 185 pounds on his 6-foot-6, 185-pound frame[...]
  2. ^ Houston Rockets waive G Brent Barry
  3. ^ "Brent Barry joins NBA TV's studio analyst crew" Archived 2010-11-23 at the Wayback Machine. NBA.com, 2 November 2009
  4. ^ "Brent Barry bio". NBA. Archived from the original on December 3, 2010. Retrieved June 21, 2011.
  5. ^ "Erin Barry stands up for kids, a comfy home court, true love (and basketball)" San Antonio Woman, July–August 2006
  6. ^ "Two married Spurs couples are calling it quits" Archived December 22, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. KENS5.com San Antonio, 17 November 2010
  7. ^ "Erin Barry: 'I Did Not Have an Affair With Tony Parker'" Archived December 7, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. OK magazine, 3 December 2010
  8. ^ "Eva Longoria's First Words on Her Divorce" Extra TV, 17 November 2010
  9. ^ "Tony Parker’s Mistress Erin Barry" Archived December 15, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. USA News Buzz, 19 November 2010
  10. ^ Chris Baker (October 3, 1995). "Rookie Guard Brent Barry Signs Three-Year Deal With Clippers". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved May 2, 2014.
  11. ^ Solomon: Rockets’ Budinger proves he belongs in dunking event
  12. ^ "Brent Barry: A White Man That Can Jump" "Bleacher Report", 11 June 2010
  13. ^ a b Brent Barry Signs with Clippers
  14. ^ a b Brent Barry Traded to Heat
  15. ^ Brent Barry Signs with Bulls
  16. ^ a b Brent Barry Signs with Sonics
  17. ^ Spurs re-sign veteran guard Barry just over a month after trading him to Seattle
  18. ^ Barry signs with Houston, is third family member to play for Rockets
  19. ^ a b Brent Barry Signs with Rockets

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