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Own a minute in the life of Karl Malone

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  • 24 July 1963 Karl Malone was born.
  • 27 January 1990 Malone scored a career-high 61 points against the Milwaukee Bucks. He made 21 of 26 field goals and 19 of 19 free throws.
  • 29 March 1994 Against the Golden State Warriors, Malone set a career high with 23 rebounds (11 offensive, 12 defensive).
  • 2 February 1996 Malone posted his first career triple-double with 27 points, 15 rebounds, and 10 assists against the Los Angeles Clippers .
  • 11 May 1997 In a playoff game against the Lakers, Malone made 18 of 18 free throws, breaking the NBA record for most free throw attempts without a miss in a single playoff game. He finished with 42 points.
  • 12 July 1998 Malone wrestled a match for World Championship Wrestling at Bash at the Beach.
  • 22 April 2000 Scored the 50 points setting a Jazz franchise playoff record.
  • 30 November 2003 While playing with the Lakers, Malone became the oldest NBA player ever to post a triple-double (at age 40).
  • 23 March 2006 Malone's jersey was retired, when the Jazz hosted the Washington Wizards.

Karl “The Mailman” Malone Always Delivered

Working hard in his home state of Louisiana, Karl Malone often found himself having to build his reputation on strong work rather than natural talent. At Louisiana Tech University, Malone played only three years because his grades were too low the first year. After that first year, he became very popular as he buckled down in order to play.

In 1985 Karl Malone got his lucky break as the Jazz picked him in the NBA draft. He impressed them enough in his first year that the Jazz traded off a star player in order to build their program around Malone. In those first years, Malone’s hard work showed up again as he improved both his free throw shots and jump shots. This paid off when Karl would draw his opponents into contact which led to his setting an NBA record for completed free throws over seven seasons. Unfortunately, this physical tactic earned him the reputation of being a dirty player who didn’t mind hurting others. Although Karl Malone made it to the playoffs three years in a row with the Jazz and one year with the Lakers, he never won a championship ring. Karl Malone retired in 2005, and the Jazz retired his number 32 jersey in 2006.

Karl Malone did have other achievements inside and outside of the NBA. He made the “Dream Team” in 1992 and 1996 to play in the Olympics. Both times, he helped lead the team to gold medals. He holds NBA records for free throws made and is second career scores. He was named the NBA Most Valuable Player in 1997 and 1999. Karl Malone also holds many of the Jazz’s records. With 14 All-Stars, he was named MVP twice in All-Stars games, 1989 and 1993. Malone proves that hard work can help you to stand and deliver each time.

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