132. Pete Myers
Pete Myers, sometimes known as "Skeeter Hawk," was a 6'6" shooting guard from Mobile, AL, born on September 15th, 1963. The Chicago Bulls picked him in the sixth round of the 1986 draft with the 120th overall selection. He had averaged 17 points and seven and a half rebounds in two seasons with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Over his first five NBA seasons, Myers played with the Bulls (29 games), the San Antonio Spurs (30 games), the Philadelphia 76ers (four games), the New York Knicks (53 games), and the New Jersey Nets (28 games). He played in Italy for two seasons starting in 1991-92, rejoining the Bulls for two more years upon his return to the states. He signed with the Charlotte Hornets during 1995 training camp.
On November 3rd, the Hornets traded Myers with LeRon Ellis and Alonzo Mourning to the Heat for Matt Geiger, Khalid Reeves, Glen Rice and a 1996 first round draft pick (Tony Delk). With Miami, he hit 39% of his shots, playing 16 minutes per game over 39 appearances. On December 4th, in a 121-120, two-overtime loss to the Boston Celtics, he scored 20 on seven-of-13 shooting with eight rebounds and eight assists in 43 minutes. On January 19th, he earned his only double-double with Miami, scoring 15 with 11 assists in a loss to the Hornets, 114-106. The Heat waived him on February 12th, and the Hornets signed him four days later. He played 32 games in Charlotte to finish out the season.
Myers spent another season in Italy before returning to the NBA for one more try in 1997-98, when he played nine games for the Knicks. He later spent 10 seasons as an assistant coach for the Bulls, for four seasons as an assistant with the Golden State Warriors, and has been back with the Bulls for the last three seasons.
Stat Line: 39 games, 16.4 minutes, .388 field goals, .262 three-pointers, .645 free throws, 4.7 points, 2.1 assists, 1.8 rebounds, 0.7 steals, 8.9 PER, 0.5 Win Shares.
Cumulative GameScore: 119.9
131. Cedric Ceballos
Cedric Ceballos, a native Hawaiian from Maui, was born on August 2nd, 1969. A 6'6" small forward, he played two seasons of collegiate basketball with the University of California State at Fullerton. Over 58 contests, he averaged 22.1 points and 10.7 rebounds per game. After declaring for the draft after his sophomore season in 1990, the Phoenix Suns spent their second round pick on him, selecting him 48th overall.
Ceballos played four seasons in Phoenix (254 games), winning the NBA dunk contest with a blindfolded jam in 1992. He later represented the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1995 all-star game, andplayed two and a half seasons for the team overall (144 games). Later, he rejoined the Suns (77 games) eventually playing for the Dallas Mavericks(94 games). He played for the Detroit Pistons to start the 2000-01 season, appearing in 13 games. On November 26th, they traded him to the Heat with a second round pick for a second round pick. Miami paid him $3,937,500 for his service.
Ceballos played 27 games off the bench for the Heat, playing almost 15 minutes a game and scoring around seven points with three rebounds per appearance. He finished in double figures six times, including three double-doubles. In seven games from March 12th to March 31st, he averaged 12.4 points on 48% shooting with 6.7 rebounds per appearance. On March 14th, in a 114-104 win over the Sacramento Kings, he scored a season high 21 points with 11 rebounds in 25 minutes. In three playoff games, he scored five points with six rebounds in 15 combined minutes.
Ceballos didn't again play in the NBA, playing in Israel and in Maylasia. He later became part owner and sometimes player with the ABA's Arizona Scorpions, last appearing with the Maywood Buzz from 2008-2011.
Stat Line: 27 games, 14.6 minutes, .462 field goals, .333 three-pointers, .879 free throws, 6.9 points, 3.0 rebounds, 0.5 assists, 0.4 steals, 16.4 PER, 1.1 Win Shares
Cumulative GameScore: 121.9
130. Alan Ogg
Alan Ogg was a 7'2" center from Lancaster, OH. Born on July 5th, 1967, he played four seasons in college with the University of Alabama at Birmingham, starting his last two years. After graduating with the Class of 1990, he was not selected in the draft, instead signing a free agent contract with Miami for two-years/$332,000.
Out of 31 appearances during his rookie season, Ogg started once. His average game consisted of two points, two rebounds, and one block in just over eight minutes. In a 109-103 loss to the Detroit Pistons on January 12th, he blocked a season high four shots. January 22nd would see him score 11 points with three rebounds and two blocks in a 118-107 Heat loss to the Atlanta Hawks. It was the only game that would see him finish in double figures.
Ogg played in 43 games in 1991-92, averaging 8.5 minutes and 2.5 points, 1.7 boards, and 0.7 blocks per night. He finished in double figures twice, but his best showing of the year was likely on March 31st. He hit all three shots from the field, scoring six points with six rebounds and two blocks in 21 minutes as the Heat lost 123-114 to the Cleveland Cavaliers. He made three postseason appearances, scoring three points with a rebound and three blocks over 15 minutes. All three games were Heat losses to the Chicago Bulls.
Ogg made six NBA appearances in 1992-93, three each with the Milwaukee Bucks and with the Washington Bullets. He later played several seasons in various CBA outfits, most recently in 1994-95 with the Mexico Aztecas. On November 1st, 2009, Ogg passed away in Birmingham, AL, due to complications from a staphylococcal infection.
Stat Line: 74 games, 8.5 minutes, .504 field goals, .550 free throws, 2.2 points, 1.7 rebounds, 0.7 blocks, 8.8 PER, 0.8 Win Shares
Cumulative GameScore: 121.9
129. Mike Bibby
Mike Bibby is a 6'1" point guard from Cherry Hill, NJ. Born on May 13th, 1978, he attended the University of Arizonafor two college seasons, averaging 15.4 points and 5.4 rebounds in 32 minutes per game. He left school after the 1997-98 season, announcing his eligibility for that season's NBA draft. The Vancouver Grizzlies chose him with the second pick overall.
Bibby, son of former New York Knick Henry Bibby, played three seasons in Vancouver (214 games), also playing with the Sacramento Kings (476 games), the Atlanta Hawks (248 games) and the Washington Wizards (two games). Washington waived him per request five days after acquiring him on February 28, 2011. Miami signed him through the balance of the season two days later.
Bibby played 26.5 minutes per game for the Heat over 22 contests, starting 12 of them. He shot 43.7% from the field, including an even better 45.5% from long distance. He finished in double figures six times during the regular season for Miami. On March 12th, in a 118-85 Heat blowout victory over the Grizzlies, he went perfect from three-point range, hitting all five attempts and finishing with 17 points and four helpers. On March 29th, in a 102-90 Heat loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, he scored 23 points on seven-of-11 shooting from deep. He then started all 20 of Miami's postseason games, sinking shots at a 28.1% clip and three-pointers at just over a quarter (25.6%). He averaged 3.7 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.2 assists in just under 21 minutes per game.
Bibby played the 2011-12 season with the New York Knicks, playing 14.3 minutes per appearance over 39 games.
Stat Line: 22 games, 26.5 minutes, .437 field goals, .455 three-pointers, .625 free throws, 7.3 points, 2.5 assists, 2.2 rebounds, 0.5 steals, 9.0 PER, 1.0 win shares
Cumulative GameScore: 138.6