Injury plagued Robert Pack never played a full NBA season during his 13 seasons in the NBA.
Never an All-Star, yet Pack has shown flashes of greatness in his early NBA years, playing for the Denver Nuggets and Washington Bullets.
Pack averaged 18.1 ppg and 7.8 apg for Bullets in 1995-96. Overall, Pack appeared in 552 NBA games (started in 157), averaging 8.9 ppg, 4.6 apg in 20.8 mpg.
When Pack was healthy, he was feared by the tallest NBA players and for a good reason. Standing at 6’2, Pack had amazing leaping ability and quickness that allowed him not only to participate in NBA Slam Dunk Contest, but also perform some amazing in-game dunks.
Pack played for Portland TrailBlazers, Denver Nuggets, Washington Bullets, New Jersey Nets, Dallas Mavericks, Minnesota Timberwolves and New Orleans Hornets during his career. And he forever will be remembered by his fearless dunks over the much taller defenders.
See below, as Pack drives the lane and dunks it hard right on 7’7 Shawn Bradley:
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