Alonzo Mourning Gill Jr. is a former American professional basketball player. He played for the Miami Heat in most of his 16 years of NBA career. Alonzo Harding Mourning, Jr, is his full name and is nicknamed as Zo. Born in 1970 in Chesapeake, Alonzo stands six feet ten inches tall and weighs 261 lbs.
Having done his college studies from Georgetown, Alonzo got selected by the Charlotte Hornets in 1992 in round one at the second pick. The major teams that he was a part of include Charlotte Hornets (1992-1995), Miami Heat (1995-2002 and 2005-2008) and New Jersey Nets (2003-2004).
Alonzo is a seven times NBA All-Star winner in 1994-1997 and in 2000-2002. He is a two time NBA Defensive player of the year. He is the Heat Franchise second leading scorer with 9,459 points to his credit.
|Born||8 Feb 1970|
|Miami Heat||2005 - 2008|
|New Jersey Nets||2003 - 2004|
|Miami Heat||1995 - 2003|
|Charlotte Hornets||1992 - 1995|
In 1999, he won the All-NBA First Team title followed by another title in 2000. In 1999-2000 season, Alonzo was a two time NBA All-Defensive First team winner. By 2002, he received the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award. In 2006, Zo was the NBA Champion winner. In his entire basketball career, Mourning earned himself 14,311 points, 7,137 rebounds and 2,356 blocks.