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Scott Skiles

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Season Team G MP FG FG% FT FT% ORB DRB TRB A S B TO PF PTS
1986/87 MIL 13 205 18 0.29 10 0.83 6 20 26 45 5 1 21 18 49
1987/88 IND 51 760 86 0.41 45 0.83 11 55 66 180 22 3 76 97 223
1988/89 IND 80 1571 198 0.45 130 0.90 21 128 149 390 64 2 177 151 546
1989/90 ORL 70 1460 190 0.41 104 0.87 23 136 159 334 36 4 90 126 536
1990/91 ORL 79 2714 462 0.45 340 0.90 57 213 270 660 89 4 252 192 1357
1991/92 ORL 75 2377 359 0.41 248 0.90 36 166 202 544 74 5 233 188 1057
1992/93 ORL 78 3086 416 0.47 289 0.89 52 238 290 735 86 2 267 244 1201
1993/94 ORL 82 2303 276 0.43 195 0.88 42 147 189 503 47 2 193 171 815
1994/95 WSB 62 2077 265 0.46 179 0.89 26 133 159 452 70 6 172 135 805
1995/96 PHI 10 236 20 0.35 8 0.80 1 15 16 38 7 0 16 21 63
 
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Scott Skiles
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Age56
Birthday 5 March, 1964
Birthplace LaPorte, Indiana
Height 6' 1" (185 cm)
Eye Color Brown - Light
Hair Color Brown - Light
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Nationality American
Occupation Basketball
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Scott Allen Skiles Sr. (born March 5, 1964) is an American basketball coach and former player. He most recently served as the head coach of the Orlando Magic. He also coached the Phoenix Suns, Chicago Bulls, and Milwaukee Bucks. A first-round draft pick out of Michigan State University, Skiles played ten seasons as a point guard in the NBA. He holds the NBA record for assists in one game with 30, set in his fifth season in the league and second with Orlando, in which he also earned the 1990–91 NBA Most Improved Player Award.

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