Alabama's Active NBA Players

Alabama boasts four active NBA players with 28 combined years of NBA experience among them. Three of those Crimson Tide products, Mo Williams, Gerald Wallace and Antonio McDyess, were selected in the NBA draft, while rookie Alonzo Gee was signed out of the NBA Developmental League.

Alonzo Gee - Washington Wizards

Guard - 6-6 - 220
First Season
At Alabama: 2006-09 profile

Gee was signed by the Wizards from the Austin Toros of the NBA D-League on March 7 and was signed to a second 10-day contract on March 18 ... averaging 6.4 points and 3.7 rebounds per game in his first NBA season ... prior to signing with the Wizards, he was a D-League all-star and averaged 21.0 points per game, the second highest average in the league.

Antonio McDyess - San Antonio Spurs

Forward - 6-9 - 245
13th Season
At Alabama: 1994-95 profile

Antonio McDyess started his career with the Denver Nuggets after being traded by the Clippers on draft day. In his rookie season McDyess earned a spot on the 1996 NBA All-Rookie First-Team averaging 13.4 points per game and 7.5 rebounds per game. In 1999, he was named to the All-NBA Third-Team for that season. He earned a spot on the 2001 NBA All-Star Team and was a part of the gold-medal-winning U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia. After his recent five-year tenure with the Detroit Pistons and an appearance in the NBA Finals, he signed a free-agent contract with San Antonio prior to the start of the 2009-10 season.

Gerald Wallace - Charlotte Bobcats

Forward - 6-7 - 220
Eighth Season
At Alabama: 2001 profile

Wallace was drafted at age 19 by the Sacramento Kings, making him the youngest player in the franchise’s 62-year history. During Wallace’s career, he has been named Eastern Conference Player of the Week four times. In 2002, his rookie year, Wallace placed second in the NBA Dunk Contest. Wallace, currently a Charlotte Bobcat, holds the franchise record for most points in a game with 42 that he scored versus New York on Jan. 31, 2007. In his time with the Bobcats he has led the team in points per game three of the four seasons since the team’s inception into the league. In 2010 he became the franchise's first All-Star and the fourth Crimson Tide player to earn NBA All-Star honors.

Mo Williams - Cleveland Cavaliers

Guard - 6-1 - 185
Sixth Season
At Alabama: 2002-03 profile

Mo Williams was drafted by the Utah Jazz and signed the next year with the Milwaukee Bucks where he spent four years of his career before signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2008. Last sesaon, he ranked third in the NBA in 3-point field goals made and fifth in free-throw percentage for the season while ranking second on the team in points per game and assists per game. Also during the 2008-09 season, Williams set his career-high for points in a game with 44 (vs. Phoenix Suns on Feb. 11, 2009). He also made his first NBA All-Star team during the 2008-09 season along with teammate LeBron James.