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Do you guys remember your favourite college players? Maybe your former Nba Players? Well if you guys want an update as to where they are nowadays just put the name of the person (Correct Spelling Preferred) and possibly where they played if you still remember... I will try to get back to everyone as soon as I can...

til then

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Not my fav player but Jordan 'sbackcourt teammate in the 86 playoffs!
 

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Charles O'Bannon-Pistons 97-98
Ed O'Bannon-Mavs/Nets 96-97
Toby Bailey-Suns 98-99


Can you find them for me?
 

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Ed Cota just was awesome in college, he is in Europe somewhere playing now. The cool thing is that his team won the championship so that is a plus, but I just loved watching him control that GREAT Carolina team with Jamison, Carter, Williams etc.

Chris Porter was awesome to watch in college when he was not suspended. He is playing in a development league now and his team also won the championship, I think Miles Simon was on his team to. But ya gota love that fro!!!!!

Jimmy "Snap" Hunter, and Curtis Staples. Those two were some big time 3 point gunners in college, I think they are both in development leagues, Jimmy has a chance to make it pro though because he is a tall PG at 6-4 that can shoot, just needs to work on his handle and defense. But Curtis probably will not make it, but he sure was fun to watch gun in Virginia!

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Toby Bailey
Year of Birth: 1975
Place of Birth: Los Angeles - CA (USA)
Height ft: 6' 6"
Height cm: 198
Position: Small Forward
Other Position: Shooting Guard
Nation: United States
Now playing In: Los Angeles Stars (USA)

Played college ball at the UCLA University (1998). Selected by the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1998 NBA Draft (45th pick overall). Traded, on late June 1998, by the Lakers to the Phoenix Suns, played in Arizona in 1998-99 and 1999-00. In 2000-01 played with the Los Angeles Stars, in the ABA and for the 2001-02 season has been signed by Andrea Costa Imola Basket, in the Italian A1.

Won the 1995 NCAA Title with UCLA.

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Absolutely the essences of the California man in the world......Mr. April surely shined for the Bruins in his four years career, but in the pros something went wrong......excellent athlete with a quite solid frame......a good combination of physical skills and technical package......he has good ball handling but can find some problems against pressure......great when he can run the floor, pushing the ball or filling the lanes......has a decent first step going right, penetrating in the lane can be dangerous with his good vertical leap......not the greatest playing with the ball on his hands, he can't create his offensive opportunities consistently......the outside game still need some improvements to reach the next level, but since his college time Toby added accuracy to his mid range J......better throwing the ball off the dribble......decent rebounder in dynamic situations, coming from outside the lane......has good passing skills but he seems to love the ball too much when it's on his hands......has a good shooting mechanic; he always throws the ball with the jump shot......connected from the charity stripe......not great full court vision, he often loses timing for an assist......defensively he normally stays with the first step of his opponent......uses well his physical strength to punish thin guards in penetration......he plays with intensity to make up for his lack of technical attitudes......absolutely not afraid to battle in the paint for two points......an interesting scorer every night, but not the one to rely on if your team absolutely need two points when the game is on the line......the fast break lanes his natural hunt's territory......has good feeling for the ball defensively, but this sometimes can be dangerous for his fouls situation......overall Toby can be a good off guard and small forward providing pretty good offense, especially in Europe.

Charles O'Bannon
Year of Birth: 1975 Place of Birth: Lakewood - CA (USA)
Height ft: 6' 5"
Height cm: 196
Position: Shooting Guard
Other Position: Small Forward
Nation: United States
Now playing In: Toyota Alvark (Japan)

Played his college bball career at the UCLA (1993-97). Spent his two first pro seasons, 1997-98 and 1998-99, in the NBA with the Detroit Pistons. Signed for the 1999-00 season, on late November, by WKS Slask Wroclaw (Poland).Since 2000-01 was in Japan with the Toyota Alvark.

Won the 2001-02 Japanese Championship.

Has been Pac-10 Conference Freshmen Team member in 1993-94 and NCAA 2nd Team member in 1996-97. With UCLA won the 1994-95 NCAA Championsahip. Played with the USA National Team at the 1995 World University Games, winning the gold medal. Played the 1999-00 Polish All Star Game and won the 1999-00 Polish National Championship, being voted the Playoff's Finals MVP.

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Size and Athletic Abilities
Charles has a normal body frame, slender, but his athletic skills are definitely excellent. He is fast and quick and a good leaper.

Offense
Here is an outstanding one on one player with a great first step and various solutions in the traffic, He can score floating in the air, changing hand at the last moment and protecting the shot with his body, can post up and take the turn around jumper but can also put the ball on the floor and drive. He hasn’t outside shooting range and that’s his limit! He can only pull up jumpers on a mid-range. A decent passer with good court vision.

Defense
Average rebounder and defender but, thanks to his quick hands, he can dfelect passes and get steals overplaying his opponent.

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A player for any good team in the best European leagues.

"courtesy of coach Romano Petitti"

Ed O'Bannon
Year of Birth: 1972
Height ft: 6' 8"
Height cm: 203
Position: Power Forward
Nation: United States
Now playing In: Los Angeles Stars (USA)

Aftyer a great NCAA career at UCLA (199095), was selected by the New Jersey Nets in the 1995 NBA Draft (1st round, #9 overall). Has played two NBA seasons with New Jersey Nets (1995-96) and Dallas Mavericks (1996-97) Started the 1997-98 season in the CBA with the LaCrosse Bobcats and then, on March signed for Pallacanestro Trieste (Italy). In 1998-99 he moved to Spain to play with Forum Valladolid and in 1999-00 has been signed in Greece with Iraklio OAA Kritis but was released after only one game. In late January joined Atletico Boca Juniors (Argentina). In 2000-01 moved to the Los Angeles Stars, in the ABA. He moved to Europe for the 2001-02 season and signed with WTK Wloclawek (Poland).

Won the 1995 NCAA Championship being also selected as Final Four MVP.

Hope that helped you Wilt_the_Stilt
 

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Re: Mine

Originally posted by OZZY
Ed Cota just was awesome in college, he is in Europe somewhere playing now. The cool thing is that his team won the championship so that is a plus, but I just loved watching him control that GREAT Carolina team with Jamison, Carter, Williams etc.

Chris Porter was awesome to watch in college when he was not suspended. He is playing in a development league now and his team also won the championship, I think Miles Simon was on his team to. But ya gota love that fro!!!!!

Jimmy "Snap" Hunter, and Curtis Staples. Those two were some big time 3 point gunners in college, I think they are both in development leagues, Jimmy has a chance to make it pro though because he is a tall PG at 6-4 that can shoot, just needs to work on his handle and defense. But Curtis probably will not make it, but he sure was fun to watch gun in Virginia!

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Ed Cota
Year of Birth: 1976
Place of Birth: Los Angeles - CA (USA)
Height ft: 6' 1"
Height cm: 186
Position: Point Guard
Nation: United States
Now playing In: Gary Steelheads - IBL (USA)
Previous team: Gary Steelheads (USA)

Attended Tilden HS in Brooklyn, NY and then played at St. Thomas More Academy in Oakdale, CT. Spent his college career at the University of North Carolina (1996-00). Selected in the 2nd round (#11) of the 2000 CBA Draft by Gary Steelheads, made his pro debut with the Steelheads in 2000-01 following the team in the passage to the IBL..Signed for the 2001-02 season, in late November, by BC Oostende (Belgium).

In 1996-97 earned ACC Rookie of the Year honors, in 1997-98 2nd Team All-ACC honors, in 1998-99 has been named Honorable Mention All-America by Associated Press and in 1999-00 has been named 2nd Team All-ACC. Has been the 1st player in NCAA history with 1000 points, 1000 assists and 500 rebounds.Won the 2001-02 Belgian National Championship.



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Probably the easiest way to sum up Cota's attitude and play is that he is essentially a catalyst......if Cota plays on a good team, that team is likely to play a lot better......his strenghts are: passing ability, penetration and excellent decision-making......Cota is not amazingly athletic and will likely always struggle against athletic guards......likes to play with players he can trust......he showed in his first two years at UNC that when combined with offensive weapons like Antawn Jamison and Vince Carter, he could make a team's motor run like no one else......his patience on offense and ability to break down a defense, his court vision, and his underrated ability to shoot in the clutch made UNC's squad one of the most exciting in the nation......he is a great spot-up shooter (shaky off the dribble from long-range, though) and has a deadly floater from 10ft and in......not a great defender, he is just a decent outside shooter for the NBA standards......he has shown at times in his four years at UNC that he can play good defense......needs to increase his difensive intensità......at any time as he doesn't express a lot of emotion on or off the court......he is a player who could, in the best case, play as a backup point guard, with maybe some spot starting duty, in the NBA for a few years......perfect fit for Europe.

Chris Porter
nothing on him sorry...jus that he played for Golden State last year etc.

Jimmy Hunter

Year of Birth: 1977
Place of Birth: Memphis - TN (USA)
Height ft: 6' 4"
Height cm: 193
Position: Point Guard
Nation: United States
Now playing In: Memphis Houn Dawgs (USA)


Attended the Trezevans HS in Memphis and played college ball at the University of Memphis and at the Life University (1998-00), in Georgia. Early entry candidate for the 2000 NBA Draft, has been selected in the 2000 CBA Draft by the Sioux Falls Skyforce (6th Round #58). Made his pro debut in 2000-01, playing with the Memphis Houn' Dawgs, in the ABA. Selected in the 2001 NBDL (NBA Developmental League) Draft as 8th round pick (#58) by the Huntsville Flight, the team in which he played the 2001-02 season. Was signed for the 2002 Summer season of the USBL by the St.Louis SkyHawks that released him in May.

Nicknamed Snap, nickname has been given by his grandfather because he chews his food like a snapping turtle. Named NAIA Player of the Year, and NAIA National Tournament MVP, as he led the Running Eagles to their second consecutive NAIA National Championship in 1999-00.

Curtis Staples
nothing on Curtis Staples either sorry...

Miles Simon

Year of Birth: 1975
Place of Birth: Stockholm (Sweden)
Height ft: 6' 3"
Height cm: 191
Position: Shooting Guard
Nation: United States
Now playing In: Livorno Basket (former Don Bosco Basket) (Italy)
Previous team: Maccabi Ironi Raanana (Israel)
Agent: Marc Fleisher

Played college ball at the Arizona University (1995-98). Selected at the 1998 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic as a 2nd round pick. In the 1998-99 season was signed by the Orlando Magic. In 2000-01 season joined Maccabi Ironi Raanana, in Israel, but was released in November. He then moved to the Italian A-2 League, joining Livorno Basket for the remainder of the season. Having signed in Italy with a fake Czech passport he has been disqualified from FIBA competitions for wo years. Signed for the 2001-02 season with the Dakota Wizards, in the CBA. In April 2002 joined Pallacanestro Varese (Italy) that left in May for an injury.

Won the 2001-02 CBA Championship.

Won the 1996-97 NCAA Championship. Named the 2001-02 MVP of the CBA League.
 

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Maceo Baston, Michigan. I heard he is playing in Spain now thats all I know.
 

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Originally posted by k^2
Maceo Baston, Michigan. I heard he is playing in Spain now thats all I know.

He is now playing in Italy but close anyways...

Maceo Baston
Year of Birth: 1976 Place of Birth: Corsicana - TX (USA)
Height ft: 6' 9"
Height cm: 205
Position: Forward
Nation: United States
Now playing In: Montecatini SC 2000 (Italy)

Attended the H. Grady Spruce High School in Dallas, TX and played college ball at the University of Michigan (1998). Selected as 2nd round (58th overall) pick of the 1998 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls and 3rd round (27th overall) pick of the 1998 CBA Draft by the Quad City Thunder. Signed for the 1998-99 season by the Quad City Thunder, in 1999-00 he's back again with that team. Played the whole CBA season with the Thunders and was signed by the Milwaukee Bucks just few days before the beginning of the NBA playoffs. In 2000-01 season was signed by Montecatini SC 2000 (Italy). Moved to Spain for the 2001-02 season, signed by Joventut Badalona.

Finished his career as Michigan's all-time leader in field goal percentage with 65.2% and is one of only two with over 1300 pts, 800 reb and 100 blocked shots.

20.3 ppg
7.5 rpg
2.3 spg
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Larry Abney and tremaine folkes, both were from Fresno st
but I din't know where they went, also can you look up demitrous porter.
 

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Jimmy King and Ray Jackson both from the Fab Five
Tyus Edney from UCLA
 

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Originally posted by RUBEN
Larry Abney and tremaine folkes, both were from Fresno st
but I din't know where they went, also can you look up demitrous porter.
Larry Abney
Year of Birth: 1977
Place of Birth: Nyack - NY (USA)
Height ft: 6' 8"
Height cm: 204
Position: Forward
Nation: United States
Previous team: Pennsylvania Valley Dawgs (USA)

Played college ball at the Fresno State University (2000). Selected in the 2000 CBA Draft by the Yakima Sunkings (3rd #29), but made his pro debut with the Trenton Stars, in the IBL, and played in Summer 2001 with the USBL's Pennsylvanya ValleyDawgs. He was soon released, in June. Was signed for the 2002 Summer season of the USBL by the Adirondak Wildcats.

Tremaine Fowlkes
Year of Birth: 1976
Place of Birth: Los Angeles - CA(USA)
Height ft: 6' 7"
Height cm: 201
Position: Small Forward
Nation: United States
Now playing In: Gaiteros del Zulia (Venezuela)

Attended Crenshaw HS in Los Angeles, CA and played college ball at the University of California (1994-96) before transferring to the Fresno State University (1996-98). Drafted by the Denver Nuggets with the 54th pick of the 1997 NBA Draft, in 1998-99 has played with the Yakima Sun Kings, in the CBA and in the Summer of the same season was with USBL's Brooklin Kings. Signed for the 1999-00 season by the Cincinnati Stuff (IBL). Played in 2000-01 with Gaiteros de Zulia (Venezuela). Selected in the 2001 NBDL (NBA Developmental League) Supplemental Draft as 5th overall pick by the Columbus Riverdragons, the team in which he started the 2001-02 season. In February has been called up by the Los Angeles Clippers.

Has been PAC-10 Conference Freshman of the Year in 1994-95 and also a member of USA Basketball's junior world championship team during the summer of 1995. Named to the 2001-02 All-NBDL 1st Team.

A second round pick of the Denver Nuggets who has seen little action until this year...........complaibed for limited minutes at California when too many stars (or supposed stars) where fighting to get coach Bozeman's eye...........played at spurts in last years CBA...........just got everybody's attention in this 1999-00 IBL season.........simply one of the most improved player in pro basketball.......every IBL coach told us he was the premiere forward in the league.........used to have serious problems putting it on the floor but has shown significant improvement in that area..........not your typical californian softie...........will play hard and he is going to rebound for your team...........if not blocked out will kill people on the offensive glass.........loves the turn around on the left post and will take the ball off the defensive reach..........can shoot threes even if his shot selection is still questionable........will go after people and knows what an hard foul is........still tends to turn it over a little too much but he is not the mistake type of player he looks years ago..........a major european prospect who can help many teams.


Demetrius Porter
Year of Birth: 1978
Place of Birth: Fresno - CA (USA)
Height ft: 6' 0"
Height cm: 183
Position: Guard
Nation: United States

Not much was found on him but all I could find was this,

Played college bball at the Fresno State University(2001). Made his debut in the 2001-02 season with EM Orleans in the French N1 League. In February has been claimed by the Huntsville Flight, in the NBDL.


hope that helps RUBEN
 

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Jimmy King and Ray Jackson both from the Fab Five
Tyus Edney from UCLA
Tyus edney
took a year off basketball after playing with the Pacers.
Year of Birth: 1973
Height ft: 5' 10"
Height cm: 177
Position: Point Guard
Nation: United States


Played college ball at UCLA (1993-95). Selected by the Sacramento Kings in the 2nd round of the 1995 NBA Draft an the 47th pick overall, he played a fine rookie season with the Sacramento Kings. Still with the Kings in 1996-97, was relegated to a backup role and never regained the initial success he enjoyed in the NBA. Signed the following year, 1997-98, to play with the Boston Celtics, he assumed a role as a sparkplug off the bench. In 1998-99 rejoined his former UCLA teammate George Zidek signing with Zalgiris Kaunas (Lithuania). The following season, 1999-00, he has signed in Italy by Pallacanestro Benetton Treviso. Back to the NBA in 2000-01, he joined the Indiana Pacers. In the 2001-02 season, was signed again by Pallacanestro Treviso.

Has been selected as member of the All- Pacific 10 Conference 1st team in 1993-94 and in 1994-95. Won the 1995 NCAA Championship with UCLA. Played the 1996 NBA Rookie All-Star Game. Won the 1998-99 Euroleague, Lithuanian National Championship and NEBL Title with Zalgiris Kaunas and the 1999-00 Italian National Cup. Played the 1999-00 EuroStar Game, being voted the game's MVP. Won the 2000-01 Italian Supercup and the 2001-02 Championship.

Size and Athletic Abilities
Very quick player, Edney is small in stature but has tremendous end to end speed.

Offense
Penetrating point guard that has improved his shooting range over the past few years. Has fine ballhandling and distribution abilities. Because of his small height he needs a bit more space than most players do to get his shot off. Thanks to his quickness can score in spurts.

Defense
Defensively his size is a major drawback though his lateral quickness is an asset.

Jimmy King
Year of Birth: 1973
Place of Birth: South Bend - IN (USA)
Height ft: 6' 5"
Height cm: 196
Position: Shooting Guard
Other Position: Small Forward
Nation: United States
Now playing In: Gary Steelheads - IBL (USA)
Previous team: Trotamundos de Carabobo (Venezuela)

Attended Plano East HS in Plano, TX and played college ball at the University of Michigan (1991-95). Selected in the 1995 NBA Draft by the Toronto Raptors as a 2nd round pick (#35), played with them his first pro season, 1995-96. Started the following season, 1996-97 with the Dallas Mavericks, but was soon waived and immediately joined the Quad City Thunder (CBA). Before the end of the season he went back to the NBA, being signed by the Denver Nuggetts. In 1997-98 was again with CBA's Thunder and in 1998-99 started the season with Thunder again but was traded during the year to the La Crosse Catbirds, still in the CBA. Signed for the 1999-00 season by the CBA's La Crosse Bobcats, has been released on early January. Has then joined the Sioux Falls Skyforce and later the Quad City Thunder, still in the CBA. In 2000-01 joined on early January the Gary Steelheads first in the CBA and later in the IBL. In the Summer of 2001 moved to the Venezuelan LPB League, signing with Trotamundos de Carabobo but was soon released. Selected in the 2001 NBDL (NBA Developmental League) Supplemental Draft as 4th round pick (#28) by the Asheville Altitude, the team in which he played the 2001-02 season. The League terminated his contract in March.Was signed for the 2002 Summer season of the USBL by the Dodge City Legend.

Full name is Jimmy Hal King. Has been member of the US National Team. Was a four-year starter at Michigan. Earned as a senior a 3rd Team All-Big Ten selection, as a junior an Honorable Mention All-Big Ten and as a sophomore was named again Honorable Mention All-Big Ten.

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One of the forgotten Fab 5 (the other one is Jackson)........had a troubled CBA 1999-00 season getting picked and waived at a suspicious pace..........it is a bit difficult to get a complete grade on him............general feeling is that he thinks he is better than he is...........never really accepted the idea of not making it in the NBA after getting CBA MVP in 1998.........has got a lot of apparent personality and wants the ball in hands in the clutch.........we think he is a point guard at heart but does not show enough unselfishness and willingness to make people around him better to be one........has shown than he can shut down people and had some great defensive rotations and help while playing for the Nightmare Team (the lockout US World Games 98 select team) under FIBA rules..........very inconsistent shooter who prefers to drive even when the situation does not allow it.........will hoist a three and make it under pressure though........tries to do something spectacular too many times and that tells us something about him.........a good basketball player overall and an excellent rebounder for his size who can shake and bake and knows what a game is and probably what it takes to win it, but just not look like a fit for the European system...........worth a check though.

Ray Jackson
Year of Birth: 1974
Place of Birth: Austin - TX (USA)
Height ft: 6' 6"
Height cm: 198
Position: Small Forward
Nation: United States
Now playing In: Grand Rapids Hoops (USA)

Played college ball at the Michigan University. Started playing in the CBA, with Grand Rapid Hoops, in 1995-96. In 1996-97 has played 5 games in Greece at B.C. Larissa and then joined Grand Rapid Hoops. Signed for the 1997-98 season by Strasbourg (France), was released on January and then resigned by the same team on February. For the 1998-99 season he joined, on late February, the Grand Rapid Hoops, in the CBA. In 1999-00 joined, on November, Atletico Obras Sanitarias (Argentina), and in 2000-01 was back with the Hoops.

While at Michigan was a member of the famous “Fab Five” and appeared in two consecutive Final Four series. Has been named 1996 CBA Rookie of the Year.

Not much updated on him, hope that helps...

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God Shamgod??

He's from acouple of years ago, if I remember right he played for providence.
God Shamgod
Year of Birth: 1977
Height ft: 6' 1"
Height cm: 185
Position: Guard
Nation: United States
Now playing In: Florida Sea Dragons (USA)
Previous team: KS Czarni Slupsk (Poland)

Played college ball at the Providence University (1995-97). Drafted by the Washington Wizards, played with them his first two pro seasons, 1997-98 and 1998-99. Signed for the 1999-00 season by the CBA's La Crosse Bobcats, has been released in early January. He then joined the Dominican Republic League, playing with San Carlos. Signed for the 2000-01 season by KS Czarni Slupsk, in the Polish PLK League, in the Summer of 2001 moved to the Florida Sea Dragons, in the USBL. In 2001-02 was signed by the Zhejiang Horses (China).Was signed for the 2002 Summer season of the USBL by the Florida Sea Dragons again.
 

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i constantly wonder what happened to the hometown heroes around here, like bobby hurley and terry dehere. i remember that bobby hurley got into a near-fatal car accident when he was with the sacrament kings. his father is doing good with coaching bobby's former high school, st. anthony's. they won the state tournament and now they're gonna play in the national high school basketball tournament.

as for terry dehere, i wonder what happened to him too. all i know is that there's a basketball court around here named after him and that he ran for councilman or something like that in jersey city about 2 years ago.

there was another guy from here too who was in the nba (and i think he was supposed to be pretty good), but i forgot his name....
 

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LOL!!!! Bizzy!! Now that you mention it, I was watching an episode of Down Low: Life in the D League, and Terry Dehere is now a starting player on the North Charleston Lowagators!!!LOL!!!
 

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I know Terry Dehere was playing in the NBDL last year and he was on that show on ESPN: Down Low
 

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true...he is in fact playing with the North Charleston Lowgators

Terry Dehere
Year of Birth: 1971
Place of Birth: New York - NY (USA)
Height ft: 6' 4"
Height cm: 192
Position: Guard
Nation: United States
Now playing In: North Charleston Lowgators (USA)

Played college ball at the University of Seton Hall (1993). Drafted by NBA's Los Angeles Clippers in 1993 (#13), he then played with the Clippers from 1993-94 up to 1996-97. In 1997-98 was still in the NBA with the Sacramento Kings and the following season, signed with the Vancouver Grizzlies. Started the 1999-00 season with CBA's Idaho Stampede, but on early January, was signed by Alba Berlin (Germany). In 2001-02 joined, in early January, the North Charleston Lowgators, in the NBDL.

Won the 1999-00 German National Championship.

Stats

North Charleston Lowgators 2001/2002 - NBDL - National Basketball Development League
G Min T2 in T2 tot T2 % T3 in T3 tot T3% FT in FT tot FT % OR DR TR *** ST TO PTS ***/TO R P S P
TOT 31 544 55 126 43 27 60 45 50 57 87 13 36 49 43 14 42 241 1.02 3.6 17.7
AVG 17.5 1.8 4.1 43 0.9 1.9 45 1.6 1.8 87 0.4 1.2 1.6 1.4 0.5 1.4 7.8 1.02 3.6 17.7
 
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