Kareem Lamar Rush

Basketball Player, America




Born on October 30, 1980, Kareem Lamar Rush is a former American professional basketball player who played as a shooting guard. His younger brother, Brandon Lamar Rush, played for the Minnesota Timberwolves, while his older brother JaRon played for UCLA's college basketball team.

College Career

After graduating from the Pembroke Hill High school in Kansas City, Kareem Lamar Rush went on to attend the University of Missouri in Columbia in the state of Missouri, where he played as a standout guard in the college Basketball team. Notably, Kareem Lamar Rush also averaged around 19.8 points per game as a junior, leading the Basketball team, Tigers, to the Western Regional Finals in the NCAA tournament, where they lost the match to Oklahoma. As a sophomore Kareem Lamar Rush in the 2000-2001 season, the basketball player led the Big 12 in scoring, averaging 21.1 points per game. During this particular time, Kareem Lamar Rush worked with the world-famous conditioning coach, the one and only Istvan Javorek.

Professional Career

  • Los Angeles Lakers (2002-2004)
    In his junior season, Kareem Lamar Rush entered the 2002 NBA draft and was the 20th pick overall by the Toronto Raptors. Then, they suddenly traded the rights and regulations to the Los Angeles Lakers. Like his elder brother JaRon, Kareem Lamar Rush was also projected in the list of top 10 picks. But just like his brother, Kareem suddenly slipped down much further than as anticipated by various people.

  • Charlotte Bobcats (2004-2006)
    In around 14 games in the 2004-2005 season, the Los Angeles Lakers even traded Kareem Lamar Rush to the basketball team of Charlotte Bobcats for 2 future second-round draft picks in Charlotte Bobcats. Fortunately, Kareem Lamar Rush even found a more prominent role. As a matter of fact, Kareem Lamar Rush started and averaged more than 25 minutes and 11.5 points in every basketball match. Later, Kareem Lamar Rush was even able to set a spectacular franchise record by scoring 35 points against the Indiana Pacers. But unfortunately, Kareem Lamar Rush Bakestaball's season with the Charlotte Rockets ended on March 2, when he was strained from his MCL during a basketball match in New Orleans.

  • Seattle SuperSonics (2006)
    In the 2006-2007 season, Kareem Lamar Rush signed a contract to play with the basketball team, Seattle Supersonics. But unfortunately, he met a groin injury, but he was able to recover from it. Incidentally, Kareem Lamar Rush was waived off the club in November 2008 to make an alternative room for replacement as 2 frontcourt players who suffered and experienced sustained injuries.

  • Indiana Pacers (2007-2008)
    Kareem Lamar Rush was signed by the Indiana Pacers on July 3, 2007, for a specific time period as per the contract he signed. He was playing as a shooter for the Indiana Pacers.

  • Philadelphia 76ers (2008-2009)
    On July 28, 2008, Kareem Lamar Rush had signed a contract for a specific time period with the basketball team, Philadelphia 76ers.

  • Los Angeles D-Fenders (2012)
    On March 12, 2012, Kareem Lamar Rush signed a contract of a specific time period with the basketball team, Los Angeles D-Fenders of the NBA D-League.

Career Highlights And Awards

Throughout his career, Kareem Lamar Rush won several awards and accolades, some of which are:

  • Fourth-team Parade All-American in 1999

  • Baltic Basketball League champion in 2007

  • LKL All-Star in 2007

  • Baltic Basketball League Final Four MVP (Most Valuable Player) in 2007

  • LKL All-Star Game Co-MVP in 2007

These awards and accolades are enough to showcase Kareem's experience and skills as a shooting guard.

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Personal Information
BornOctober 30, 1980 (age 41) Kansas City, Missouri
Listed Height6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)
Listed Weight215 lb (98 kg)

Career Information
High SchoolPembroke Hill (Kansas City, Missouri)
CollegeMissouri (1999–2002)
NFL Draft2002 / Round: 1 / Pick: 20th overall Selected by the Toronto Raptors
Playing career2002–2018
PositionShooting guard
Number21, 4

Career highlights and awards
LKL All-Star (2007)
LKL All-Star Game Co-MVP (2007)
Baltic Basketball League champion (2007)
Baltic Basketball League Final Four MVP (2007)
Fourth-team Parade All-American (1999)


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