Rex Chapman

Rex Chapman

Rex Everett Chapman (born October 5, 1967, in Bowling Green, Kentucky) is a retired American professional basketball player. Chapman was a college standout at the University of Kentucky and went on to play for four NBA teams through his 12-year career in the league. He later served as the vice president of player personnel with the Denver Nuggets.

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1996–97 Phoenix Suns Season - Playoffs
... In game one, Rex Chapman set a playoff record with 9 three-pointers, finishing the game with 42 points and leading the Suns to a 106–101 upset in Seattle ... Rex Chapman would respond with a famous turnaround three-pointer to send the game into overtime ... The Suns turned to small ball, starting four guards (Jason Kidd, Kevin Johnson, Rex Chapman and Wesley Person) along with center Hot Rod Williams ...
Rex Chapman - Post-playing Life
... After retiring from active play Chapman remained with the Suns, first as a scout and later as Director of Basketball Operations ... In 2005, Chapman claimed in an interview that interracial dating during his college and pro days was looked down upon and discouraged ... Smith, Chapman tweeted, "I say JR is such a great pick-up 4 the #Lins only because he's been playing the past 6-mo's in China ...

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