Was a ball boy for UCLA men's basketball in 1978 and 1979. Father Malcolm was an academic who taught in the Middle East and was assassinated—apparently by Islamic militants—in West Beirut in 1984. Played at Arizona from 1983 to '88, and started at point guard for the Wildcat team that went to the Final Four in 1988. Played on the last all-amateur U.S. basketball team to win a World Championship in 1986. Was a second-round draft pick by the Phoenix Suns in the 1988 NBA Draft. Played for six teams in a 15-year NBA career. Won five NBA Championships, including four in a row. Retired in 2003 as the NBA's three-point percentage leader for career and a single season. Hired by TNT as an NBA analyst in 2003. Also did commentary for Yahoo. Was a member of a group working to buy the Phoenix Suns in 2004. Became the general manager and president of basketball operations for the Suns in 2007. In 2010, left his job with the Suns and returned to TNT for an analyst position.