Robert Horry is a former professional basketball player and sports commentator. At the University of Alabama, he played basketball for Coach Wimp Sanderson, and he was a teammate of fellow future NBA player Latrell Sprewell.
Horry was selected 11th overall in the 1992 NBA draft by the Houston Rockets. He played 16 seasons in the NBA, winning seven championships, the most of any player not to have played on the 1960s Boston Celtics (as of February 2021). (Also as of 2021) He is one of only four players to have won NBA championships with three different teams. Horry won two titles with the Houston Rockets, three with the Los Angeles Lakers and then two with the San Antonio Spurs. Horry set a record for steals in a Finals game with the Rockets. Due to Horry's clutch shooting in important games; he is widely considered to be one of the greatest clutch performers and winners in NBA history.
Horry coaches his AAU Big Shot basketball team in Los Angeles.. As of 2021, Horry works as a commentator on Spectrum SportsNet for the Lakers.