1. Clyde Drexler was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2004.
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5. In 1983 Clyde Drexler decided to forego his senior year in college and entered the professional NBA draft pool.
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13. Clyde Drexler was not among the players initially named to the United States Olympic basketball team.
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16. Clyde Drexler made a name for himself as one of the sport's greatest players in Portland, but a championship eluded him until his first year with the Houston Rockets, 1995.
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19. Clyde Drexler started investing in real estate in his rookie NBA season, and although he is mostly retired, he does do some managing of his Drexler Holdings LLC, based in downtown Houston.
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23. At the University of Houston, Clyde Drexler became well known for his exceptional abilities as a finisher, but generally was not considered a great shooter.
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25. Clyde Drexler currently serves as a color commentator for Houston Rockets home games.
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