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Kenny Satterfield

Kenny Satterfield
No. 11, 12
Point guard
Personal information
Born (1981-04-10) April 10, 1981
New York City, New York
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Listed weight 175 lb (79 kg)
Career information
High school Rice (New York City, New York)
College Cincinnati (1999–2001)
NBA draft 2001 / Round: 2 / Pick: 53rd overall
Selected by the Dallas Mavericks
Pro career 2001–2012
Career history
20012002 Denver Nuggets
2002–2003 Philadelphia 76ers
2003 CSP Limoges
2004 Fayetteville Patriots
2004 Olympia Larissa
2004–2005 Al Hikmeh Sagesse
2005 Guaiqueríes de Margarita
2005–2006 Al Hikmeh Sagesse
2006–2007 Brooklyn Comets
2007 San Lazaro
2007–2008 Riyadi Beirut
2008 Caballeros de Sinaloa
2008–2009 Asociacion Quimsa Santiago del Estero
2009 Bucaneros de Campeche
2009 Ciclista Olimpico de La Banda
2010 Albany Legends
2010–2011 Saitama Broncos
2011 Osaka Evessa
2011–2012 Saitama Broncos
2012 Gigantes de Guayana

Kenneth Alexander "Kenny" Satterfield (born April 10, 1981) is an American professional basketball player, formerly in the NBA. He played for the Cincinnati Bearcats beginning in 1999. In 2001, after a successful sophomore season, he bolted for the NBA, being drafted 53rd overall (2nd round) by the Dallas Mavericks of the 2001 NBA Draft. He played for the Denver Nuggets (2001–2002) and the Philadelphia 76ers (December 2002–2003).

During his time with the Nuggets, he coined the nickname "Birdman" for teammate Chris Andersen.[1]

Satterfield posted NBA career averages of 4.3 points, 1.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists. Satterfield a.k.a. "Serious Satellite" is also a well known streetball player on the basketball courts of the New York City summer leagues.[2]

After his NBA venture, Satterfield had a stint with the now defunct NBDL's Fayetteville Patriots. He also played abroad[3] in France, Greece, Venezuela and Lebanon, with Al Hikmeh Sagesse (in 2005-06), which he left in early 2006 without notice, and Riyadi Beirut.

In 2010, he played for the Albany Legends of the IBL. On April 30, 2010, he achieved a triple-double with 13 points, 12 rebounds, and 13 assists in a 100-106 loss to the Tacoma Tide.[4] On May 22, 2010, he put up 31 points and 18 assists in a 142-124 win over the Holland Blast.[5] He finished the season leading the team in points and assists. The Legends went on to win the 2010 IBL Championship.

References

  1. ^ Flight Of The Birdman
  2. ^ POINT TAKEN
  3. ^ 12 Kenny Satterfield
  4. ^ Tacoma Tide vs Albany Legends Box Score
  5. ^ Holland Blast vs Albany Legends Box Score

External links

  • Profile @ Eurobasket.com
  • Kenny Satterfield Interview @ Streetball.com
  • NBA player profile @ NBA.com
  • College & NBA stats @ basketballreference.com
  • Kenny Satterfield NBA Historical Player Profile @ NBA.com
  • Albany Legends Official Website @ iblhoopsonline.com
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