Tim Hardaway Autographed Miami Heat Black Jersey JSA COA
Tim Hardaway Autographed Miami Heat Black Jersey JSA COA
Tim Hardaway Autographed Miami Heat Black Jersey JSA COA
Tim Hardaway Autographed Miami Heat Black Jersey JSA COA

Tim Hardaway Autographed Miami Heat Black Jersey JSA COA

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Tim Hardaway Sr. is an American retired basketball player. Standing at six feet (1.83 m) tall, he was best known for his crossover dribble which was dubbed the "UTEP Two-step" by television analysts. Hardaway was the 1989 WAC Player of the Year. He recorded 5,000 points and 2,500 assists, second fastest in NBA history after Oscar Robertson. Hardaway accomplished it in 262 games; Robertson took only 247. He held the record for most assists in Miami Heat franchise history with 1,947, until his total was surpassed by Dwyane Wade on January 16, 2010. Hardaway shares the record for second most steals in an NBA Playoffs game, with 8 in Game 2 of the 1991 Western Conference Semifinals against the Los Angeles Lakers and in Game 4 of the 1992 Western Conference First Round against the Seattle SuperSonics. In 1991–92, Hardaway became the 7th player in NBA history to average 20 points (23.4 ppg) and 10 assists (10.0 apg) in a season, a feat he accomplished again in 1992–93 (21.5 ppg, 10.6 apg). Hardaway holds the Miami Heat's all-time record in 3-point field goals made, with 806. His number 10 was retired by the Miami Heat on October 28, 2009. He is the father of current NBA player Tim Hardaway Jr. Hardaway was originally selected to play for "Dream Team II" in the 1994 FIBA World Championship but was replaced after suffering a torn knee ligament. He was also selected for the 1998 FIBA World Championship team. The team was later replaced with CBA and college players due to the NBA lockout. In 2000, he finally got his opportunity to play before the world stage in the Sydney Olympics where he scored 5.5 points/Game and shot .385 (15- 39) from the field.