Xavier had his jersey retired by Wichita State where he played his college basketball.
Xavier has said that his most memorable NBA moment was making the post-season in his second season and playing the Los Angeles Lakers in the Western Conference Finals.
In his spare time, Xavier likes to go fishing and play John Madden NFL Football on his PS2.
Xavier's favorite place for a vacation is Hawaii.
Xavier has been involved with real estate and started his own trucking business since he retired from the NBA.
Xavier played his first organized basketball game in the seventh grade with the Boys and Girls Club.
Xavier finished first or second in the NBA in game played six times in his career.
Xavier's highest salary was $2,640,000 in the 1994-95 NBA season.
Xavier made his only NBA All-Star appearance in the 1987-88 season.
Xavier made 74 3-pointers in his NBA career including a career high of 14 in the 1987-88 season.
Xavier is 6'7" and weighs 205 pounds.
In the 1985-86 NBA season, Xavier was named the NBA All-Rookie team.
Xavier was the 4th overall draft-pick in the 1985 NBA draft.
In 1985 Xavier became the first D-1 basketball player to lead the NCAA in scoring and rebounding in the same season.
Xavier: Allen Iverson is pound for pound the toughest player in the league. I don't see anyone in the league of his size that plays with reckless abandon, is willing to take on guys twice his size and manages to play through the injuries he sustains. Other superstars I have respect for are LeBron James, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and Carlos Boozer.
Xavier: Growing up, I was a three-sport athlete. I played football, basketball and baseball.
Xavier: When I was playing in the league, it was much more physical and my type of style.
Xavier: During my rookie season, Gerald Henderson and Al Wood looked after me in Seattle. They were really good friends, helped me prepare for games and served as wonderful mentors.