JockBio Vital Stats
  • Chicago Bulls
• Guard • #12
  • Height: 6' 3"
• Weight: 190 • Born: 1/2/81
  • As a kid, Kirk watched videos of Michael Jordan to learn the fundamentals of basketball.
  • Kirk set records at West High School with 1,274 points, 456 assists and 240 steals.
  • Kirk was a member of the North Team at the 1998 USA Basketball Men's Youth Development Festival that finished in fourth place. He issued 18 assists, shot a team-high 69.2 percent from the floor and a team-best 57.1 percent from 3-point land.
  • Kirk ended his career at Kansas as the school’s third all-time leader in both assists (668) and steals (206), eighth in scoring (1,753) and third in 3-point field goal percentage (.429) and 3-point field goals made (234).
  • During his four years at Kansas, Kirk's scoring improved from 5.5 points to 17.3 points.
  • Kirk earned the team’s Clyde Lovellette Most Improved Player Award his first two years on campus and received the Ted Owens’ Defensive Player Award his junior year.
  • Hinrich threw down the first dunk of his professional career in 2004, a one-hander after soaring past 7-foot-3 center Zydrunas Ilgauskas.
  • Kirk registered the first triple-double of his NBA career with 11 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists during his rookie season against the Golden State Warriors.
  • When Kirk was in the seventh grade, he was asked to predict what he would be doing in 10 years. This piece of paper was then sealed in envelope, which his mom opened in 2005. Kirk's prediction read, "I'm going to be a starting point guard for the Chicago Bulls."
  • Kirk's hobbies include golf and collecting DVDs. His favorite movie is "Old School."
  • Kirk is known for being somewhat cheap. His two big purchases after signing with the Bulls were cars: a Hummer H2 and a Chrysler 300.
  • Kirk has his own page at
  • Kirk majored in Communication Studies at Kansas.
  • Ray Nacke not only coached Jim Hinrich in college, but also Nick Collison's father Dave, though the two dads were never teammates at Briar Cliff.





Michael Jordan, 1998 Vanity Fair

Zydrunas Ilgauskas, 2005 Bazooka


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