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Gary Payton (Basketball Player) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Gary Payton

NBA point guard known as “The Glove” who starred for the Seattle SuperSonics from 1990 to 2003. He was named to nine NBA All-Star games and was a 2-time All-NBA First Team selection.

Set Oregon State school records in points, field goals, three pointers, assists, and steals.

After his time with Seattle, he played for the Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers, and Boston Celtics before joining the Miami Heat in 2005 and winning his first and only NBA Championship with the team in 2006.

Married childhood sweetheart Monique James on July 26, 1997. He has three sons: Julian, Gary Jr., and Gary II, who plays basketball for the Milwaukee Bucks. He also has a daughter named Raquel.

He and Shawn Kemp made up an entertaining duo on the SuperSonics for a number of years.

Gary Payton Age

How old is Gary Payton? He was born in 1968, he is 54 years old.

Gary Payton Height & Weight

How tall is Gary Payton? He stands 6 feet 4 inches (193 cm) tall.

What is Gary Payton's weight? He weighs 190 lbs (86 kg).

Gary Payton Wiki

Gary Payton Wiki/Bio
Famous asBasketball Player
Age54 years old
BirthdayJuly 23, 1968
BirthplaceOakland, CA
Zodiac SignLeo
Heightapprox. 6 ft 4 in (193 cm)
Weightapprox. 190 lbs (86 kg)

Quotes by Gary Payton

There’s a lot of things that I appreciate that people can’t appreciate.

— Gary Payton

I’m not going to go to a team that’s losing. I think that would be disrespectful to me to trade me to somebody like that.

— Gary Payton

When I made it to the pros I wanted to be a guy who could stay in the league, be OK, do whatever I had to do to make some money and do what I do. As the years started coming, I started getting better.

— Gary Payton

Tim Hardaway was a guy who had his crossover and then he could shoot a jump shot and he could get to the bucket.

— Gary Payton

Prove to them people that you should have gotten picked earlier, and then you make your money. The privilege is just getting drafted, and once you get picked, prove to them that you were supposed to be drafted.

— Gary Payton