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Eric Snow
PG - 6'3, 205lbs - 51 years old - 13 years of NBA experience
Retired - Retired in 2009
  • Birthdate: 04/24/1973
  • Drafted (NBA): 43rd pick, 1995
  • Pre-draft team: Michigan State
  • Country: USA
  • Hand: Right
  • Agent: -
1995 NBA DraftNBADrafted 43rd overall by Milwaukee.
1995 NBA DraftNBADraft rights traded by Milwaukee to Seattle in exchange for the draft rights to Eurelijius Zukauskas (#54) and a 1996 second round pick (#53, Jeff Nordgaard).
29th September, 1995NBASigned a partially guaranteed two year minimum salary contract with Seattle.
22nd August, 1997NBARe-signed by Seattle to a two year, circa. $900,000 contract.
18th January, 1998NBATraded by Seattle to Philadelphia in exchange for a conditional 1998 second round pick (#33, Jelani McCoy).
1st August, 1999NBARe-signed by Philadelphia to a seven year, circa. $29 million contract. Included early termination option after 2003/04 season and a player option for 2005/06.
3rd October, 2003NBASigned a four year, $25,593,750 extension with Philadelphia. Concurrently declined 2004/05 early termination option and 2005/06 player option.
20th July, 2004NBATraded by Philadelphia to Cleveland in exchange for Kedrick Brown and Kevin Ollie.
8th April, 2009NBAWaived by Cleveland.
Career Moves
June 1995 - January 1998Seattle Supersonics (NBA)
January 1998 - July 2004Philadelphia 76ers (NBA)
July 2004 - April 2009Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA)
Articles about Eric Snow

March 19, 2013

Eric Snow - Named the Director of Player Development at Southern Methodist University last summer. As with George Lynch, the Larry Brown connection is in play.

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April 19, 2011

Eric Snow - Snow also used to work for NBA TV, but is now the colour announcer for Sixers games on Comcast Sportsnet. He replaced Ed Pinckney, who joined Rick Brunson and Adrian Griffin as new Bulls assistant coaches.

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April 26, 2010

- Eric Snow

Eric Snow is currently an analyst on NBA TV, awaiting his first NBA head coaching gig, which the whole basketball world seems to think is inevitable. Philadelphia have a vacancy.

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