Driven by a strong work-ethic and natural leadership ability, Corey Maggette spent 14 years playing in the NBA between the Orlando Magic, Los Angeles Clippers, Golden State Warriors, Milwaukee Bucks, Charlotte Bobcats and Detroit Pistons.
The Duke University alum threw down at the NBA Slam Dunk Contest in 2001 and averaged 16.0 points per game during his career, yet Maggette also scored in the community: His Flight 50 Basketball Camp earned the NBA Player’s Best Camp Award, and in 2006 the Corey Cares Foundation was launched. Today, you can find Maggette breaking down the game as a basketball analyst with FOX Sports West.
Pro Career: (1999-2000) Orlando Magic, (2000-2008) Los Angeles Clippers, (2008-2010) Golden State Warriors,
(2010-2011) Milwaukee Bucks, (2011-2012) Charlotte Bobcats, (2012-2013) Detroit Pistons
Career Highlights & Awards:
- ACC All-Rookie Team (1999)
- McDonald’s All-American (1998)
Affiliations: Established the “Corey Maggette Flight 50 Basketball Camp” in 1999 and the Corey Cares Foundation in 2006, which serves, mentors and inspires the less fortunate in the community of basketball and sports.
Post Pro Career: Corey Maggette made the transition from the court to the broadcast booth in 2014, when he joined Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket as an analyst for the Los Angeles Clippers, and covering college basketball for Fox Sports 1.
- Is one of the first Duke players to leave college before the end of his athletic eligibility during the tenure of coach Mike Krzyzewski.
- Originally drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics before being dealt to the Orlando Magic on draft night in 1999 along with Dale Ellis, Don MacLean and Billy Owens for Horace Grant
- Finished his career as the Los Angeles Clippers’ career leader in free throws made (3,122) and attempted (3,791)