About Jim McIlvaine
In the U.S, James Michael McIlvaine, better known as Jim McIlvaine, was born in Racine, Wisconsin, on July 30, 1972.
Jim McIlvaine is a former basketball player. He played with the Seattle SuperSonics, Washington Bullets, and New Jersey Nets in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for seven seasons.
After aggregating 22.9 points, 11.1 rebounds, as well as 8.1 blocks as a senior at St. Catherine's High School in Racine and halting a record 399 shots at Marquette University, he was titled NABC Defensive Player of the Year and also recruited by the Washington Bullets with the fifth pick in the second round of the 1994 pick, now Washington Wizards. For two years, he was with the basketball team, primarily supporting Gheorghe Mureșan. Due to limited playtime, McIlvaine aggregated less than 15 minutes per game in his second season. Jim McIlvaine became a free agent in 1996.
Jim McIlvaine Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits
What is Jim McIlvaine's net worth?
Jim McIlvaine's net worth is estimated to be around $1.3 million.
How much does Jim McIlvaine earn per year?
The yearly earnings of Jim McIlvaine are not known.
Height, Age & Physical Attributes
How tall is Jim McIlvaine?
Jim McIlvaine is estimated to be 7 ft (216 cm) tall.
How old is Jim McIlvaine?
Jim McIlvaine celebrates his birthday on July 30 and is 49 years of age as of May 2022.
Childhood And Education
After attending St. Catherine's High School, James Michael McIlvaine graduated from Marquette University, earning a B.A. degree in communications.
Family, Romance, And Relationships
Who is Jim McIlvaine's partner?
Jim McIlvaine is married to Gwendolyn McIlvaine. Gwendolyn is a women's basketball team champion at the University of North Carolina.
Career And Professional Highlights
Best Known For…
Jim is widely recognized for the turmoil that followed his 1996 signing with the Seattle SuperSonics.
The Seattle Supersonics promised Jim McIlvaine a seven-year, $33.6 million free-agent deal in 1996. Seattle fans were disappointed, as was star player Kemp, who had requested a raise after guiding the team to a record 64 wins and its most incredible playoff effort in 17 years, along with a third visit in the Finals. The NBA's collective bargaining agreement (CBA) forbade any modifications to Kemp's deal until October 1997 because he penned a deal extension in 1994.
Despite fan criticism, Jim McIlvaine was influential in the Sonics winning their division in his two seasons with the team. After the 1997 season, Seattle was part of a three-team deal that sent Kemp to the Cleveland Cavaliers in return for Vin Baker of the Milwaukee Bucks, with Terrell Brandon and Tyrone Hill of the Cavaliers moving to Milwaukee.
Jim McIlvaine set career-best in matches (82), minutes (1,477), points per match (3.8), rebounds per match (4.0), as well as steals (0.5) in his debut season with Seattle while also equaling two blocks per match. In his second season in Seattle, he suffered a drop in every main statistical classification. However, he still had career highs in most of them. McIlvaine was eventually transferred to New Jersey in 1998 in exchange for Don MacLean and Michael Cage, primarily to clear salary-cap space.
Jim McIlvaine ended his mark with the New Jersey Nets, where he played three injury-plagued seasons. McIlvaine had his finest season since departing Seattle in 1999–2000, playing 66 matches, but injury troubles and diminishing performance troubled him until the Nets took his deal following the 2000–01 NBA season. In 401 career matches, McIlvaine averaged 2.7 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 1.71 blocks per match.
What awards has Jim McIlvaine won?
Jim McIlvaine earned the Henry Iba Corinthian Award as the NABC's National Defensive Player of the Year.
Jim McIlvaine's Hobbies And Interests
Jim's hobbies include writing and photography.
Other Interesting Jim McIlvaine Facts And Trivia
- Jim McIlvaine is a former Marquette men's basketball radio color analyst.
- He retired in 2001.
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