|2000 NBA Draft||NBA||Drafted 13th overall by Orlando.|
|2000 NBA Draft||NBA||Draft rights traded by Orlando to Dallas in exchange for the draft rights to Dan Langhi (#31), a 2001 first round pick (#23, Brandon Armstrong) and cash.|
|6th July, 2000||NBA||Signed four year, $6,423,273 rookie scale contract with Dallas. Included team option for 2003/04.|
|22nd February, 2001||NBA||Traded by Dallas, along with Loy Vaught, Christian Laettner, Etan Thomas, Hubert Davis and cash to Washington in exchange for Juwan Howard, Calvin Booth and Obinna Ekezie.|
|25th June, 2002||NBA||Traded by Washington to Charlotte in exchange for a 2002 first round pick (#17, Juan Dixon).|
|30th June, 2002||NBA||Charlotte exercised 2003/04 team option.|
|1st October, 2004||NBA||Signed a partially guaranteed one year minimum salary contract with Sacramento.|
|20th November, 2004||NBA||Waived by Sacramento.|
|8th October, 2006||NBA||Signed an unguaranteed one year minimum salary contract with Denver,|
|16th October, 2006||NBA||Waived by Denver.|
|1995 - 1997||Virginia (NCAA)|
|1997 - 2000||Fresno State (NCAA)|
|June 2000 - February 2001||Dallas Mavericks (NBA)|
|February 2001 - June 2002||Washington Wizards (NBA)|
|June 2002 - June 2004||Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets (NBA)|
|October 2004 - November 2004||Sacramento Kings (NBA)|
|October 2006||Denver Nuggets (NBA)|
March 19, 2013
Courtney Alexander - Now coaching high school basketball at Dominion Christian High School in Marietta, Georgia. Alexander also still runs his not-for-profit, Georgia Press, although the website has changed location since last time. It now points to a subdirectory of imsopure.com. Alrighty then.
April 19, 2011
December 29, 2009
- Courtney Alexander
Of all the people I've tried to find out about, Courtney Alexander has been the hardest. He hasn't played in the NBA since the 2nd of May 2003, and he never played outside of it. He spent the whole 2003/04 season on the injured list, and although he signed with the Kings in October 2004 and made the team for three weeks, he spent all that time on the injured list and never played for them. Alexander's only other NBA contract was a training camp invite to the Nuggets in 2006, where he did not make the team. He has not played since, nor has he been found since. And I've done a lot of looking.
Finally found him, though; he and his wife has set up a foundation called "CA Press", a foundation seemingly set on both academic and spiritual excellence. The foundation is advertised as being "non-profit", but given that his wife seems to have given up a career in order to help run it (according to the About page), then clearly they're turning some kind of trade from it.