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Anthony Goldwire - PG, 6'2, 182
Retired - Retired in 2009
       Date of birth: 09/06/1971
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 52nd pick, 1994
     Out of: Houston
  NBA Experience: 7 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:

   Where Are They Now, 2011: Bookkeeping The Retired Guys

Anthony Goldwire and Adrian Griffin - After a couple of quiet years, Goldwire made a splash when he was hired as an assistant coach by the Milwaukee Bucks. He took the position vacated by Adrian Griffin, who returned to Chicago to do the same job there.

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   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 25

- Anthony Goldwire

NBA journeyman Anthony Goldwire made an unexpected appearance in the Spanish fourth division last season at the age of 37, playing for the remnants of Girona, a former ACB team who imploded due to bankruptcy a couple of years ago. Goldwire averaged 10.4 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.6 assists at that incredibly low standard of basketball, and has since called it quits. He now assists Lifetime Fitness in establishing their basketball league program. Goldwire was also on hand to help manage the Bakersfield Jam's open tryout back in March, which seems odd in that he appears to hold no formal position with the team.

This seems like a good moment to post a picture of Anthony Goldwire modelling an ill-fitting coat.

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   Bookkeeping The Retired Guys, 2013 Edition

Anthony Goldwire - An assistant coach with the Bucks.

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