Tim Parham
Tim  Parham


Chicago, Ill.

Last College:
Ellsworth C.C.

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 240



Hawks announce 2018 Hall of Fame Class

Six-person class represents five sports and contributor


Hawks announce 2018 Hall of Fame Class

Six-person class represents five sports and contributor

Parham, a 6-9 forward from Chicago, Ill., was named to 2005-06 preseason All-MEAC Second Team on Thursday, Oct. 13.

2004-05: Played in all 28 games with 27 starts...Averaged 11.4 points and 8.6 rebounds per game (13.2 points and 9.9 rebounds per game in conference)...Led the MEAC in rebounds per game...Had a league high nine double-doubles...Led team in five major categories (points per game, rebounds per game, blocks per game, field goals made, free-throws made)...Had season highs of 28 points and 19 rebounds...Early entry into NBA draft following junior year.

2003-04: Finished second on the team in field goal percentage, making 50% of his shots...Averaged 6.3 points per game...Finished second on team with 3.3 rebounds per game...Attempted 3.4 free throws per game...Tied second on team in blocks per game.

JUCO: Averaged 7.1 points and 6.3 rebounds per game...Made 54% of field goal attempts...Defeated #1 JUCO team in the nation (Southeastern Iowa), a squad that featured former Hawk Didier Socka.

High School: Team ranked as high as sixth in the nation during 1999-2000 season at Hillcrest High School...Played with Odartey Blankson (UNLV) and Armon Gates (Kent State)...Lost seven games during entire high school career.

Personal: Born March 18, 1983 in Chicago, Ill...Has one sister, Khloe, and two brothers, Blake and Blair...Son of Beverly and Timothy Parham...Majoring in Criminal Justice...Cousin Steve Parham plays basketball for Oakton Community College (Ill.)...Another cousin, Tristan Parham, plays at Santa Clara Univ. (Calif.)...Favorite movie is Crash...Biggest athletic role model is Michael Jordan.

Career Highs
Points: 28 (at Howard, Feb. 7, 2005)
Rebounds: 19 (vs. Coppin St., Jan. 26, 2005)
Steals: 3 (at Baylor, Dec. 22, 2004)
Blocks: 4 (vs. North Carolina A&T St., Feb. 14, 2004)
Minutes: 40 (Twice, most recent vs. Hampton, Feb. 21, 2005)

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