Moore playing for the Warriors.
|No. 31 - Golden State Warriors|
| Date of birth November 4, 1975 |
Orangeburg, South Carolina
|Height 7 ft 0 in||Weight 225 lbs|
|NBA Draft Undrafted|
|Pro career 1997-present|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Mikki Moore at NBA.com|
Moore went undrafted following a career at the University of Nebraska, where he left as the all-time leader in blocked shots. He is considered a journeyman player, having played for 7 NBA franchises, including the Detroit Pistons, the Atlanta Hawks, the Boston Celtics, the New Jersey Nets, the Utah Jazz, the Los Angeles Clippers, and the Seattle SuperSonics. He has also had stints playing overseas as well as other professional leagues in the U.S. such as the CBA, and NBDL, where he played for the Roanoke Dazzle. Most notably, he enjoyed All-NBDL 1st Team and NBDL Defensive Player of the Year honors during the 2002-2003 season.
On June 27, 2006 he was traded by the Sonics to the Nets in exchange for a 2009 second-round draft pick. Following a season-ending ACL injury to center Nenad Krstić, Moore has recently been called upon to play major minutes and is easily having one of the best years of his NBA career. He has averages 9.5 ppg and 5.4 rpg on 65.6% shooting through 77 games, 55 in which he started. Moore finished the season as the first undrafted player ever to lead the NBA in field goal percentage, and only the third to finish in the top five since 1976-77.