Mark Alarie was a basketball player with the Washington Bullets of the National Basketball Association as a small forward. He was playing with the Denver Nuggets befor he joined the Bullets. Alarie is 6ft 8 inches tall and weighs at 217lbs.
Mark Alarie studied at the Brophy Preparatory High School and later attended the Duke University. In 1982, he was the Arizona Player of the Year when playing for the Brophy Prep and averaged at 29.9 points per game and 17.3 rebounds per game. At the Duke University he played for the Blue Devils and was selected to the All Atlantic Coast Conference first team two times. He was drafted by the Denver Nuggets in 1986 and played with the jersey number 32. In the 1986- 1987 season he played 64 games with the Nuggets where he averaged 7.9 games per game. The following season he was traded to the Washington Bullets. The 1989- 1990 season was his career’s season where he averaged 10.5 points per game and 1.1 assists per game. After the 1990- 1991 season Mark Alarie resigned from NBA owing to repeated knee injuries.
In his career total of 325 games that he played with the Denver Nuggets and the Washington Bullets he averages at 7.5 points per game and 1.1 assists per season.
Arizona Player of the Year, 1982.