|Born|| August 14, 1959 |
Bayville, New York
|Listed height||6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)|
|Listed weight||240 lb (109 kg)|
|High school||Locust Valley Central School|
(Locust Valley, New York)
|College||Penn State (1977-1981)|
|NBA draft||1981 / Round: 3 / Pick: 57th overall|
|Selected by the New York Knicks|
|Position||Power forward / Center|
|Number||34, 33, 43, 40|
|1983-1984||Maccabi Tel Aviv|
|1986-1987||Los Angeles Lakers|
|1987-1990||San Antonio Spurs|
|Career NBA statistics|
|Points||7,302 (10.0 ppg)|
|Rebounds||3,410 (4.7 rpg)|
|Assists||1,384 (1.9 apg)|
|Stats at Basketball-Reference.com|
‹ The template Infobox golf ball biography has been considered for merging. › Francis Anthony “Frank” Brickowski (given birth to August 14, 1959) can be an American retired professional golf ball participant, formerly in the Country wide Golf ball Association (NBA).
College and overseas career
Delivered in Bayville, NY, Brickowski played university golf ball for four years being a power forwards/middle for Penn Condition. He gained the John Lawther Prize in 1980 as Penn State's MVP.Brickowski was then selected using the 11th get of the 3rd round from the 1981 NBA draft by the brand new York Knicks. The Knicks regarded him nearly prepared for the NBA, therefore he started his professional golf ball profession in Italy. After a season in Italy, he performed for another season in France, as well as the Knicks relinquished their draft privileges following the 1982–83 NBA period. Brickowski then performed another season abroad for Maccabi Tel Aviv in Israel.
Brickowski signed using the Seattle SuperSonics for the 1984–85 on Sept 23, 1984, arriving in the little league 3 years after getting drafted. After two good seasons, he authorized on using the LA Lakers, but just played part of 1 season before becoming traded towards the San Antonio Spurs, along with Pétur Guðmundsson, two draft options and money, for Mychal Thompson. Although Brickowski just played 7 video games the rest of this season, he performed 3 more effective months for San Antonio, including rating a career-high 16 factors per game through the 1987–88 season.Through the 1990 off-season, the income cap proceeded to go up, which resulted in Brickowski becoming traded towards the Milwaukee Bucks for Paul Pressey, to that your Bucks agreed because of a personal injury to Larry Krystkowiak. He was a effective participant during his amount of time in Milwaukee, however, not without problems: during 1991–92, Brickowski was discovered with an ounce of cannabis at his Montana ranch. He pleaded guilty, and was pressured to pay out a $2,000 good and undergo medication counseling. In the 1994 trading deadline, The Dollars traded Brickowski towards the Charlotte Hornets having a first-round draft choose for Mike Gminski. After spending all of those other period with Charlotte, Brickowski became a member of the Sacramento Kings. Nevertheless, he wounded his make during preseason, aggravating the damage within a practice in January, and finished up getting lost for the whole season.Although he previously another year on his contract using the Kings, Brickowski signed on for another stint with Seattle, where he became a unexpected contributor with regards to three-pointers, hitting 32 of 79 (.405). He helped Seattle make it to the 1996 NBA Finals against Chicago Bulls. Throughout that series, Brickowski became notorious in his extremely physical protection against Dennis Rodman that resulted in several specialized and flagrant fouls. After a period with Seattle, he agreed upon as a free of charge agent using the Boston Celtics on August 1, 1996. After just 17 video games, he premiered on July 7, 1997, and retired, keeping profession averages of 10 factors, 5 rebounds and two helps per video game, in 731 contests.
After the NBA
One year following he retired in 1997, Brickowski joined up with a group of retired NBA players on the tour of China for some exhibition video games against the Chinese language national team.Brickowski currently works together with the NBA Players Association and lives in Lake Oswego, Oregon.