Tributes have been paid to former NBA and GB basketball star Robert Archibald, who has died at the age of 39.
Born in Paisley, he became the only person from Scotland to have played in the NBA in the US.
He played as power forward and centre for the Memphis Grizzlies, Phoenix Suns, Orlando Magic and Toronto Raptors.
Archibald began playing with Dunfermline Reign before he moved across the Atlantic to pursue his career.
He was drafted to the NBA in 2002 after four years at the University of Illinois.
He represented Scotland throughout his teenage years before joining the GB team in 2007.
He went on to feature at three major international tournaments, including EuroBasket 2009, EuroBasket 2011 and London Olympics 2012 – one of only three Scots to play basketball at an Olympic games.
His father Bobby captained Scotland and GB in the 1980s.
Kevin Pringle, chief executive of Basketball Scotland, said: “He was a wonderful man, as well as being a trailblazer and an inspiration.”
British Basketball Federation chief Maurice Watkins said: “We are deeply saddened.”