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David Thirdkill E-mail
  • Name: David Thirdkill
  • Position: Small Forward
  • Height: 6-7 (2.00m)
  • Weight: 195 (88kg)
  • College Team: Bradley Braves
  • Nationality: American
  • Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri
  • Birthdate: 4/12/1960
  • Drafted: Selected by the Phoenix Suns in the first round (15th pick overall) of 1982 NBA Draft.
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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

3PT%

FT%

SPG

BPG

RPG

APG

PPG

1978-79 Southern Idaho C.C.

31

43.6

72.7

N/A

N/A

6.6

N/A

22.8

1979-80 Bradley

33

42.4

63.4

0.9

N/A

5.0

2.5

13.3

1980-81 Bradley

26

56.1

64.0

1.2

N/A

4.7

2.3

13.7

1981-82 Bradley

35

55.4

70.5

1.1

N/A

6.9

1.9

13.3

DIV I Totals

94

49.9

66.7

1.0

N/A

5.6

2.2

13.4

 

Comments  

 
0 #10 Carlton J 2012-07-21 02:11
David id back in St. Louis doing well!
 
 
0 #9 Bobby Mayberry 2011-05-17 02:40
Not only was David an exciting basketball player, I counted him as a friend for several years. I've lost track of him, but I hope he is doing well.
 
 
0 #8 Guest 2011-04-12 03:29
where is "The Sheriff " now [smiley=happy]
 
 
0 #7 Guest 2009-11-07 21:44
where is he now?
 
 
0 #6 Servillano Dino J. Dolina, forme 2009-02-15 18:18
Mr. David "The Sheriff" Thirdkill was indeed an awesome, talented, unique and all around Professional Basketball Cager during his days/time. After his stint with the 1986 N.B.A. World Champions the Boston Celtics, he played in the Phil. Basketball Association (P.B.A.) for two Seasons (1986 and '87) which they bagged the P.B.A. Open Conference Title and he was adjudged as the "Best Import" with a hands down award. Everytime he played those days.....I remembered that there were always excitement in the whole Coliseum in watching him play (Mr. David "The Sheriff" Thirdkill) as he was indeed spectacular, talented, unique and an all around professional basketball player!!
 
 
+1 #5 Servillano Dino J. Dolina 2009-02-15 18:05
Quoting Guest:
Every time Mr. David Thirdkill was fielded in the game.............he gives his best, scores effectively, his defense, offense and all around game earned him the nick name "The Sheriff" and with such a great talent and uniqueness were truly a mark and characteristics of a true Professional Basketball Cager during his time!!
 
 
+1 #4 Guest 2009-02-13 22:47
Every time Mr. David Thirdkill was fielded in the game.............he gives his best, scores effectively, his defense, offense and all around game earned him the nick name "The Sheriff" and with such a great talent and uniqueness were truly a mark and characteristics of a true Professional Basketball Cager during his time!!
 
 
+1 #3 Mr. Endshiftresign! 2009-02-08 01:19
Back when Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) imports were expected to score no less than 40 ppg, David Thirdkill was one of the best. IMHO one of the top 3 imports of his era, with Billy Ray Bates and Norman Black...old-school PBA rules!
 
 
+1 #2 Servillano Dino J. Dolina 2009-02-06 22:23
This cager wearing the #45 Jersey of the 1986 N.B.A. World Champions was indeed a very unique and talented basketball cager. The only thing was that he was not given more playing time by Coach K.C. Jones back then...afterwards, he played for two seasons in the Philippine Basketball Association in 1986- '87 for the Tanduay Rhum Masters that captured the Open Conference during those days and David Thirdkill was voted as the "Best Import" and was given the said award in 1986 P.B.A. Open Conference.
 
 
+1 #1 Guest 2008-10-11 03:49
David Thirdkill could have even equal the game of Michael Jordan had he been given the chance to play more playing time by then coach K.C. Jones of the 1986 NBA World Champions- Boston Celtics.
 

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