Former NBA Player | NESN Analyst
Dana Barros had a standout career for Boston College, becoming the first player in school history to score over 2,000 points which earned his induction into the Boston College Varsity Athletic Club Hall of Fame in 2005. After being drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics, with the 16th overall pick in 1989, Barros's 1994-95 season saw him reach his potential. Barros earned an All-Star nod playing for Philadelphia and scored 50 points in one game. Barros finished up his career with his hometown Celtics and is currently a basketball insider on NESN.
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