Nate Archibald

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Basketball player
Tiny Archibald
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Player information
Full name Nathaniel Archibald
birthday 2nd September 1948 (age 71)
place of birth New York City , New York , United States
size 183 cm
Weight 68 kg
position Point guard
college UTEP
NBA draft 1970 , 19th pick, Cincinnati Royals
Clubs as active
1970–1976 Cincinnati Royals / Kansas City- Omaha Kings / Kansas City Kings 1976–1977 New York Nets 1978–1983 Boston Celtics 1983–1984 Milwaukee BucksUnited StatesUnited States

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Nathaniel "Tiny" Archibald (born September 2, 1948 in New York City , New York ) is a retired American basketball player .

Between 1970 and 1984 he played in the NBA for the teams of the Cincinnati Royals / Kansas City Kings, New York Nets , Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks . Archibald is 1.83 meters tall and played in the position of point guard . He was the first and so far only player who could lead the NBA in one season both in points and in passing. This feat he succeeded in the 1972/73 season , when he averaged 34 points and 11.4 assists per game.

Archibald was called up to the All-NBA First Team three times during his career in the NBA (1973,1975,1976). He was also elected to an NBA All-Star Team six times , one time (1981) being named MVP of the All-Star Games. In the same year ( 1981 ) he won his only championship with the Boston Celtics.

Archibald was in 1991 in the Fame Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of added. The Kings honored Archibald by withdrawing his # 10 jersey; the number has not been given to other players since then.

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Individual evidence

  1. Tiny Archibald Stats. In: Retrieved June 10, 2020 .