We are collecting all sports trading cards, memorabilia and any photographs of Robert Pack. He is a graduate of Alfred Lawless High School in New Orleans, LA. On September 16, 1991, he signed as a free agent with the Portland Trail Blazers. He played point guard for the Trail Blazers until October 23, 1992, when he was traded by the Portland Trail Blazers to the Denver Nuggets for a 1993 2nd round draft pick (Kevin Thompson was later selected). He played for the Nuggets until October 30, 1995, when he was traded by the Denver Nuggets to the Washington Bullets for Don MacLean and Doug Overton. He played for the Bullets through the rest of that season. On July 31, 1996, he signed as a free agent with the New Jersey Nets. He played for the Nets till February 17, 1997, when he was traded by the New Jersey Nets with Shawn Bradley, Ed O’Bannon and Khalid Reeves to the Dallas Mavericks for Sam Cassell, Chris Gatling, Jim Jackson, George McCloud and Eric Montross. He played for the Mavericks till August 16, 2000, when as part of a 4-team trade, he was traded by the Dallas Mavericks with Hot Rod Williams and cash to the Boston Celtics; the Boston Celtics traded Dana Barros to the Dallas Mavericks; the Boston Celtics traded Danny Fortson to the Golden State Warriors; the Dallas Mavericks traded Bruno Sundov to the Utah Jazz; the Golden State Warriors traded Bill Curley to the Dallas Mavericks; the Golden State Warriors traded Donyell Marshall to the Utah Jazz; the Utah Jazz traded a 2001 1st round draft pick (Joseph Forte was later selected) to the Boston Celtics; the Utah Jazz traded Howard Eisley to the Dallas Mavericks; and the Utah Jazz traded Adam Keefe to the Golden State Warriors. He was with the Celtics till October 16, 2000, when he was traded by the Boston Celtics with Calbert Cheaney to the Denver Nuggets for Chris Herren and Bryant Stith. He played the rest of that season with the Nuggets. On March 18, 2002, he signed a 10-day contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves, then signed a contract for the rest of the season. The next season, on January 30, 2003, he signed a contract for the rest of the season with the New Orleans Hornets. He finished his career in early 2004 playing for the New York Nets. He played his college ball at University of Southern California.
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