NBA Professional Athlete Tony Massenburg


Tony is a Professional Retired Basketball player who won an NBA title with the San Antonio Spurs in 2005. He also won the Spanish King's Cup and Catalan League championships with FC Barcelona in 1994.

As part of his first career NBA injury's rehabilitation program, Massenburg went to the Italian League in 1991, where he averaged almost 23 points and 10 rebounds per game in four games with the Italian club Pallacanestro Reggiana.

Tony played with different NBA professional teams throughout his career.

Massenburg returned to the Spurs for the 2004-05 season and with them he won an NBA championship ring that year, when the Spurs defeated the Detroit Pistons four games to three in the 2005 NBA Finals. Massenburg participated in 683 NBA games over 15 seasons. 

In 2010 Massenburg started a sports bar in the Kentlands area of Gaithersburg, Maryland with former NBA coach James Lloyd called Tony & James.  It was later renamed 44 Sports Bar, which was Massenburg's jersey number.

He played high school basketball at Sussex Central, where his jersey number was recently retired in December 2013.

Massenburg played in college for the University of Maryland from 1986 to 1990, playing under three different head coaches: Lefty, Bob Wade, and Gary Williams. He had a career field goal shooting percentage of 52.3% and averaged 12.1 points per game in his four-year career with the Terrapins. In his senior season, in which he was featured on the cover of the team's handbook on an aircraft carrier, he averaged 18 points and 10.1 rebounds per game. He was one of only two players in the Atlantic Coast Conference to average double figures in both categories that season. His efforts in his senior season earned him a spot on the All-ACC Second Team.

Tony is currently an Analyst for the Washington Wizards and Resides in Northern Virginia where he actively gives back through training, speaking engagements and other sports related activities.