12. Detlef Schrempf

Detlef Schrempf will always be best remembered in the NBA as a Seattle SuperSonic, but his American stardom really began in the state of Indiana.

The German Forward arrived in the Hoosier State in the middle of 1988-89 season, and he would never finish below 14 Points per Game a season during his four and a half years as a Pacer.  Schrempf was used off of the bench for most of his Pacers career, and he would win the NBA Sixth Man of the Year in two straight seasons (1991 & 1992).  The Power Forward's best year in Indiana was his last year, where he had a 19.1 PPG with his first All-Star Game.  After that year, he was traded to Seattle and would become a more prominent name in the world of basketball.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Power Forward
  • Acquired: Traded by the Dallas Mavericks with a 1990 2nd Round Pick (which would be Antonio Davis) for Herb Williams 2/21/89.
  • Departed: Traded to the Seattle SuperSonics for Derrick McKey and Gerald Paddio 11/1/93.
  • Games Played: 354
  • Per Game Averages: 33.7 MP, .519 eFG%, .849 FT%, 17.0 PTS, 8.6 RB, 4.1 AST, 0.8 STL, 0.3 BLK
  • Advanced Stats: 18.6 PER, .601 TS%, 14.9 VORP, 40.0 WS
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    All-Star (1993)

    Sixth Man of the Year (1991 & 1992)
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