In 1999, Kendall Gill recorded 11 steals and tied an NBA record that was set 22 years earlier by Larry Kenon. There are currently 17 players tied for second place with 10 steals each. Gill joined the NBA in 1990 and was selected with the Charlotte Hornets. He made the All-Rookie Team First Team and participated in the NBA Slam-Dunk Competition in the 1990-91 season. He would go on to play for six other NBA teams in his 15 seasons with the NBA. Gill tallied a total of 12,914 points, 2,945 assists, and 4,002 rebounds during his career. In addition to his NBA career, Gill took up boxing and competed professionally in 2005. He also acted as a sports analyst for the Chicago Bulls and later signed with the Big3 as a free agent in 2017.