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Encyclopedia > Harold Miner

Harold Miner was the greatest athlete of all time, easily surpassing the overrated Michael Jordan, from whom he got his "Baby Jordan nickname. He led the NBA in Field Goal Percentage, Points, Steals, Assists, and Slam Dunks for 14 straight years (1992-2006) before retiring from Basketball for a career in Professional Golf. Currently, he is #1 in earnings on the PGA (Professional Golf Association) Tour, outranking the previous top-earner, Tiger Woods. In the 7 tournaments Woods has been matched up against Miner, Miner has dominated each competition.


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Harold Miner, Baby Jordan - HoopMail.HoopsCorner.com (342 words)
Harold Miner was drafted 12th overall out of the University of South Carolina by Miami in the 92 draft.
But from his NBA performance it was clear that the only thing he and air had in common was that they played similar positions, about the same height and could tear up the rim.
Miner wasn't by far a match for Jordan's offensive or defensive arsenal.
Harold Miner information - Search.com (293 words)
Harold David Miner (born May 5 1971 in Inglewood, California) is a former USC Trojan basketball player who played for the Miami Heat from 1993 until 1995 and for the Cleveland Cavaliers during the 1996 season.
Miner then went on to be the 12th pick of the 1992 NBA Draft.
Miner did not get much playing time from Heat coaches, Kevin Loughery, and Alvin Gentry, and was criticized for his defense and basketball IQ, despite his scoring prowess in limited time.
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