Tate Claude George (born
May 29 1968in Newark, New Jersey) is a retired American professional basketballplayer who was selected by the New Jersey Netswith the 22nd overall pick in the 1990 NBA Draftfrom the University of Connecticut. A 6'5" (1.96 m) and 190 lb (86 kg) guard, he played a total of four years in the NBAfor the Nets and Milwaukee Bucksaveraging 4.2 points per game in his career.
George is best remembered for his miraculous buzzer-beating shot to defeat Clemson in the 1990 NCAA Tournament. With only one second left in the game and UConn down by 1 point,
Scott Burrellthrew a full court pass to George. He caught the pass, spun around and released a 15-footer with .2 seconds on the clock. The shot fell through as time expired, and UConn won the game.
* [http://www.basketballreference.com/players/playerpage.htm?ilkid=GEORGTA01 College & NBA stats] @ basketballreference.com
* [https://www.nbrpa.com/news/editorial/05_06_05.aspx One on One with Tate George] @ nbrpa.com (May 6, 2005 article)
*Where's Tate now? [http://www.thegeorgegroup.net The George Group]
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