Orlando Magic guard and St. Joseph's alum Jameer Nelson is not the only member of the historic 2003-04 Hawks team to have a successful pro career. Credit: Getty Images
Though only a few are household names, the 2003-04 Hawks have come a long way in the 10 years since their perfect regular season.
The 2004 first round pick has had an impressive nine-year career with the Orlando Magic, averaging 12.6 points per game and 5.3 rebounds over that span. In 2009 he was an NBA All-Star.
West, an NBA first round draft pick as well, has had a successful career as a pro basketball player as well, playing for the Celtics, SuperSonics, Cavaliers, and Mavericks. He currently plays in China.
Jones signed with the T-Wolves as an undrafted free agent in 2005 and since then has played for a remarkable 16 professional basketball teams all over the world. He played two games with the Warriors last season.
The big 7-foot-1 center returned to his native Finland, where he has had a very successful international basketball career.
The Horsham product has played a lot of pro ball, most recently as a member of the Iowa Energy in the NBA’s D-League and in Greece.
Lee currently works as an assistant men’s basketball coach in Hackensack with the Division-I Fairleigh Dickinson Knight’s.
Sullivan currently works for St. Joseph’s as the Director of Basketball Operations.
The big forward has appeared four major motion pictures including Failure to Launch.
Once a key member of the unbeaten squad, Barley was sentenced 10 to 20 years in prison for armed robbery in November of 2013.