Kendall Cedric Gill
- Milwaukee Bucks 2004 - 2005
Kendall Cedric Gill> is a retired American professional basketball player who is presently a sports analyst for the Big Ten Network and the Comcast Sports Net. He is also a professional boxer who stands six feet five inches tall and weighs 195 lbs.
Chosen in the NBA Draft 1990 with the 5th overall pick by the Charlotte Hornets, he was named the First Team All-Rookie for the 1990-91 season. He even took part in the NBA Slam-Dunk Competition. Other than that, Gill played in fifteen seasons in the NBA for the Hornets, New Jersey Nets, Seattle SuperSonics, Miami Heat, Chicago Bulls, Milwaukee Bucks and Minnesota Timberwolves.
Kendall averaged to more than 20 ppg and in 1999; he recorded 11 steals in a game played against Miami Heat team. His career total includes 12,914 points played in 966 regular season matches. Other than that, he made 2,945 assists and 4,002 rebounds.
During his career in basketball, the major teams that he played for includes Charlotte Hornets (1990–1993; 1995–1996), Seattle SuperSonics (1993–1995), New Jersey Nets (1996–2001), Miami Heat (2001–2002), Minnesota Timberwolves (2002–2003), Chicago Bulls (2003–2004) and Milwaukee Bucks (2004–2005).