Dale Davis was a standout player for the Clemson basketball team before being chosen by the Indiana Pacers in the 1991 NBA draft. After averaging around 20 minutes per/game as a rookie, Dale Davis moved more into the starting lineup and led the Pacers in rebounds most seasons. A fans favorite for his aggressive style of play during his nine years with Indiana, 1991-2000, he helped the Pacers reached the playoffs practically every season.
Playing as a reserve with the Detroit in 2006-07, the veteran performer helped the Pistons make the playoffs again. And… Listen Up! Dale Davis played in his 132 NBA postseason playoff game. He has averaged 6.8 points per game in the playoffs.