|Height:||6 feet 6 inches (198 cm)|
|Weight:||225 lb. (103 kg)|
|High School:||Fenwick High School|
|NBA draft:|| 1999, 1st round|
|Pro career:||6th season|
|Hall of Fame:|| None|
Corey Antoine Maggette (born November 12, 1979 in Melrose Park, Illinois) is an NBA basketball player, a small forward for the Los Angeles Clippers. He was originally selected with the 13th overall pick in the 1999 NBA Draft out of Duke University by the Seattle SuperSonics, and was immediately traded to the Orlando Magic.
During his career with the Clippers, Maggette has established himself as a solid forward and developed into a perennial 20+ per game scorer. Known for his tremendous ability to create contact and get to the free throw line, Maggette is consistently among the league leaders in free throws attempted and made. He experienced a banner year in 2004-2005 touting career highs in points, rebounds, assists and free throw percentage while leading the Clippers to a 37-45 record, one of their best showings in years. Bothered by a nagging foot injury, however, he has sat out much of the 2005-2006 campaign. However, he returned to the court strongly. Corey currently comes off the bench in the 2006 NBA Playoffs.
Off the court, Maggette works with children as a member of the Clippers Reading All-Star Team and also gives back through his work with such organizations as A Place Called Home and the Children's Institute International. He also dedicates the holiday season shopping for toys with children from Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times and Centinela Hospital. His "Uh Oh Maggette-O Kids" program brings hundreds of kids to Clippers games for free.
- Maggette was a three-time Parade All-American at Fenwick High School in Oak Park, Illinois, where he earned four letters in basketball and two in track.
- Corey is noted to be very conscious of his looks and image during games. He is known to review tapes of himself excessively.
- Maggette participated in the Slam Dunk Contest at the 2001 NBA All-Star Game.
- Corey's talents extend beyond the basketball court. At Fenwick, he was an Illinois high school state track finalist in the long jump and triple jump.
- Corey Maggette ? Player profile, statistics, biography, wallpapers