Kerry Kittles, to the New Jersey Nets
Career Recap: An excellent “three and D” guy who played well before the term became popular, Kerry Kittles set an NBA rookie record in his rookie season with 158 three-pointers, and followed that up by averaging 17.2 points per game while shooting almost 42% from three in his second season.
But Kittles’ career began to derail thanks to injury problems, which forced him to miss the entire 2000-2001 season. When he returned, he was never quite the same player. He played briefly with the Los Angeles Clippers during the 2004-2005 season, and retired after that year.
Where Are They Now: After his NBA career ended, Kittles returned to Villanova to earn his MBA degree. He has been a part of the NBA’s Corporate Crossover program, which allows NBA alums to gain experience through an internship working for the league. In May of 2016, Kittles joined the men’s basketball coaching staff of Princeton University of the Ivy League.