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10-18-2004, 06:14 PM

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    Manute Bol

    Manute Bol, Sudan
    Name: Manute Bol
    Nickname:
    Born: 10/16/1962
    Status: Retired
    Origin: Khartoum, Sudan
    Height: 7-7/2,31m
    Weight: 220lbs/102kg
    College: Bridgeport University
    Drafted: 1983, Fifth Round, 97th Pick by LA Clippers
    Languages: Arabic (official language of Sudan) and English
    Website: InterBasket Forums
    Teams (jersey): Washington Bullets, Golden State Warriors (10), Philadelphia 76ers (11), Miami Heat (10)
    Facts: Manute Bol and Gheorge Muresan of Romania share the record of being the tallest players ever to play in the NBA both playing at 7 feet, 7 inches. Bol was born the son of a Dinka tribal chief. His father was 5'10" and his mother was 5'7". His younger sister is 6'10". He is a Dinka tribesman who blocked shots for a living in the NBA, and has long tried to stop a civil war in his native Sudan. In his career, Manute Bol was not simply a curiosity: he was a genuinely good center.
    Career Highlights & History: Bol's cousin spotted Manute's potential when he saw his picture in a newspaper. He told Bol he should use his height to play basketball. He first played basketball at age 18 and chipped his teeth on the rim when he first tried to dunk. In 1984, Bol came to the United States and played one season for the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. His coach, Bruce Webster, says Bol had "the longest arms in the world. He could catch and turn and dunk." After Bridgeport, Bol joined the minor-league Rhode Island Gulls. While there, Bol twice blocked an unheard-of 18 shots in a game! In another, he had 28 rebounds! The Washington Bullets drafted Bol. His first season (1985-86), he led the NBA in blocked shots (4.96 per game). Bol bounced around the NBA. He was a master of relocating the shot and led the Washington Bullets, Philadelphia 76ers, Golden State Warriors and Miami Heat to many great seasons. When the Milwaukee Bucks cut him in 1995, he went back to the minor leagues. In 1997, Bol turned his attention to Sudan, where he was briefly Minister of Sports and Culture. The next year found him playing ball in Qatar.

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10-18-2004, 06:16 PM

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    Luol Deng

    Though a member of the Dinka tribe that produces many of the tallest people on the planet, Bulls rookie forward Luol Deng isn't one to walk around with his head in the clouds. Good thing, too. If there's one thing the 6-foot-8 prospect has needed this summer, it's perspective.
    Since being drafted with the No. 7 pick in last June's Draft, Deng has seen his friend and mentor, Manute Bol, nearly die in a serious car accident and his homeland, the Sudan, turned into a killing field. Other than that, it's been a great summer for the Duke product. "With all that's happened, I just feel lucky for the opportunity to play in the NBA," says Deng, who will be one of the main rookies to watch when training camps open next week. "It's just going to make me work even harder."
    A few months ago, Deng was on top of the world after having arrived in Chicago in a pre-arranged draft day trade with the Suns. With his Duke pedigree and solid all-around skills, the versatile 19-year-old was being hailed as someone who could help fill the Bulls' gaping hole at small forward. "I want to make a big impact," he beamed.
    Deng's euphoria quickly turned to despair days later, however, when he got a call while visiting an uncle in Connecticut. Bol -- his fellow Dinka tribesman who had been with him in New York City on draft night -- had been nearly decapitated when the taxi he was riding in flipped and crashed on a Connecticut highway. The taxi driver was killed (it was later determined he had been under the influence) and the 7-foot-7 Bol was ejected through the windshield.
    Deng was devastated. It was Bol who had taught Deng's older brothers how to play basketball in Egypt, where the Deng family had relocated after fleeing Sudan. "He taught my brothers, and then my brothers taught me," said Deng, who rushed to the hospital to be at Bol's side.
    Bol survived, but the damage was severe. He suffered three broken vertebrae in his neck, a severe head laceration, a smashed left wrist, a shattered left kneecap and internal injuries. After a three-month stay, Bol has only recently begun to walk. "He's doing better, a lot better," said Deng. "He's still recovering. He should be out of the hospital soon. It was a big accident. He's lucky to be alive.
    "What's frustrating is that he couldn't do anything about it," he said. "He wasn't even driving. He was coming home, he got in a taxi and the driver happened to be drunk. It was just unfortunate."
    Ironically, Bol's accident only served to underscore the tragic situation in their shared homeland. Bol, 43, had long been active in helping his Sudanese Christians fight a civil war against the fundamentalist Islamic government. Most of his NBA earnings, some $3.5 million, had been spent on the cause. Now he lay in a hospital, nearly broke and fighting for his life. Meanwhile the situation in the Sudan had become a humanitarian crisis with over 50,000 killed and an estimated 1.4 million forced into exile over the past 18 months, according to international observers. TV news showed images of starving children in refugee camps, and reported instances of rape and torture by government forces known as "janjaweed."
    For Deng, the combination of Bol's injury and the worsening situation in his homeland was a one-two punch to the gut. Though Deng moved from Sudan at age four, relocating to Egypt and then Great Britain, he still considers himself Sudanese. His father, Aldo, served in the Sudanese parliament and became the country's minister of transportation before moving to Egypt to avoid Sudan's civil war. "Being Sudanese, I'm just happy it's finally coming to people's attention," Deng said. "The war has been going on for 20-something years. For those people to get an opportunity to get some help is very important. Those kids who grew up there have seen nothing but war. For one time in their life to see something different or see something being done to help them, that's a good thing."
    Deng hopes to help his Sudanese people by talking about the situation to the media. He also hopes that by working hard and being successful, he could further the development of African basketball so more young kids there can get an opportunity to play. So far he's off to a good start. He averaged a team-best 15.4 points and 5.3 rebounds while leading the Bulls rookie/free-agent team to a 6-1 record at the Rocky Mountain Revue, earning first-team all-tournament honors. Though as unpolished as any 19-year-old with a single year of college experience, he has earned praise from Bulls coaches for his willingness to put in the practice time.
    "The main thing is I'm going to work hard," Deng said. "The learning will come. Coach [Scott] Skiles wants players who work hard, and he wants the team to push the ball up the floor. That's what I like to do, rebound, run, play the 3. ... I just feel I have a really good chance at doing something special here."
    And if in the process he helps lift the spirits of his friend Bol, or raises awareness of the plight of the Sudanese, he will be one proud Dinka warrior indeed.
    Marty Burns covers pro basketball for SI.com.

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10-18-2004, 06:19 PM

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    Mustafa -Alsayyad


    The Lowdown: Finished last season strong ... comes into this season one of the premier centers in the conference ... one of the WAC's top shot blockers ... is an All-WAC candidate ... came to Fresno State as a project player who had little basketball experience and has undergone one of the most drastic improvements in program history ... is a bit of a renaissance man who has many interests off the court ... is a magnificent artist and a very good violin player.
    At Fresno State: 2003-04 Season: Played in 29 games, starting each ... was one of two Bulldogs - Shantay Legans being the other - to play in and start every game this year ... a WAC All-Defensive selection ... averaged 8.4 points and a team-high 7.3 rebounds per game ... his rebounding number ranked fifth in the league statistics ... averaged 1.39 blocks per game, second-best in the conference ... had four double-doubles this year and five for his career, both tops among active Bulldogs ... was in his first year as the team's starting center ... the team's designated Hawaii-killer during the year, leading Fresno State to two victories over the Rainbow Warriors by averaging 18.5 points and 13.0 rebounds per game ... ended the season on the best five-game stretch of his career ... interestingly, his five-game surge came off a another five-game stretch that was the worst of his career ... had a huge game in the regular season finale against Hawaii, scoring 24 points and grabbing 11 boards ... has played in more games in his career than any other Bulldog ... will go into next year as one of the WAC's premier centers ... is distinct among basketball players in that he enjoys drawing and playing the violin ... has played his violin in recitals.
    (2002-03): Played in six games before redshirting ... averaged 2.7 points and 3.0 rebounds per game ... filled in admirably when called upon to do so ... hit two clutch free throws near the end of the game against Saint Mary's to help lead the Bulldogs to a two-point win ... played a magnificent seven minutes against Oklahoma State, recording three points, three rebounds and two blocks.
    (2001-02): Played in 32 games, starting one ... had a 2.9 scoring average and a 3.0 rebounding average ... his only start of the season came against Rice ... scored a season-high 13 points on two occasions, the last of which came against Savannah State ... had a big game against Louisiana Tech in the WAC Tournament, playing 21 minutes after Melvin Ely went out with foul trouble. Al-Sayyad had six points and played solid defense while Ely sat on the bench ... had a double-double in the championship game of the McCaffrey Classic against Air Force, scoring 13 points and grabbing 11 rebounds ... had a .500 shooting percentage, the second year in a row he made at least 50 percent of his field goal attempts.
    (2000-01): Came off the bench in 32 games ... ranked third on the team in field goal percentage at .547 ... scored a career-high 15 points against Saint Mary's, his first collegiate game, on Nov. 17 when he went 7-of-8 from the floor ... had a career-high eight rebounds on two occasions - once against Saint Mary's and once against Norfolk State ... fifth on the team in blocked shots with 16 ... suffered a sprained ankle against Nevada near the end of the season but missed just one game ... averaged 6.5 minutes per game in the two WAC Tournament contests.
    High School: Played one season of American high school basketball at Washington College Academy in Tennessee ... played basketball and soccer in his native Sudan.
    Personal: Born Sept. 13, 1982, in Khartoum, Sudan ... son of the Jalila Ali and the late Mahqoub Al-Sayyad.
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10-18-2004, 06:22 PM

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    Nok Duany

    A major contributor in just her second season on the floor…started at forward in 2001-02 and finished second on the team in scoring and led the team in rebounds…consistent presence in the paint…solid on the break and in the half court set…will be counted on to provide leadership and court presence.
    Junior
    Led the team in both total points (337) and rebounds (157)… placed within the top 20 in the Conference in free throw percentage (.734 – 11th), points (12.5 – 16th) and rebounds (5.8 – 19th) per game…started 27 games…earned GU’s Most Improved and Best Rebounder Awards…finished second on the team in scoring (12.5 ppg), rebounding (5. and in shooting percentage (.486)…scored in double-figures in 20 of her 27 appearances…team’s leading scorer in six straight games between Dec. 28 and Jan. 12…was GU’s leading scorer in eight matchups and the Hoyas’ top rebounder in 10 contests…recorded double-doubles against Colgate (16 pts./11 rebs.) and Virginia Tech (18 pts./11 rebs.)…set a career-high mark of 24 points and grabbed eight boards playing the entire game against Rutgers…sunk 8-of-8 from the line at Rutgers…named to the Hawk Classic All-Tournament team…made 9-of-10 shots from the field and finished with 20 points vs. Kansas…set a new career high in assists with five vs. Duke and at Pittsburgh…took 19 free throws and made 15 against Notre Dame, finishing the night with 21 tallies…passed out four assists vs. St. John’s…sunk her first career three pointer in the season opener vs. Fairleigh Dickinson…shot over 70% from the floor at American (5-of-7) and at Syracuse (6-of-…totaled nine rebounds vs. Fairfield and Pittsburgh.
    Sophomore
    Sat out the season after tearing her ACL…rehabilitated her knee throughout the season and should be at full strength for the season opener… played on the BIG EAST All-Star Team that toured British Columbia in 2000.
    Freshman
    Made an immediate impact as a freshman…played in all but one game and started nine times… scored 10 or more points 11 times, including a career-high 16 points against both Sacred Heart and Long Island…was 7-for-8 from the field against Sacred Heart…averaged 8.0 points and 5.1 rebounds per game…scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds in BIG EAST Quarterfinals against Boston College…snared a career-high 12 rebounds in win vs. Mount St. Mary’s.
    High School
    As a senior at Bloomington North averaged 18.8 points, 10.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists, and 3.2 steals per game...shot 68% from the charity stripe…listed among the top 100 seniors in the Blue Star Publication...1998-99 Street & Smith Honorable Mention All-American...All-Conference selection as a senior... averaged 19.4 points and 10.4 rebounds as a junior...earned All-Conference honors in Conference Indiana…two of her brothers and her sister played Division I basketball

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10-18-2004, 06:24 PM

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    Deng Gai

    2004-05 Gai declared himself eligible for the 2004 NBA draft, and attended a pre-draft camp in Chicago before withdrawing from consideration in late June. He averaged 3.3 points and 3.3 rebounds in three games during the pre-draft camp, and tied for third among all invitees with four blocks. Gai played three games with his assigned team, which included Seton Hall's Andre Barrett, South Carolina's Rolando Howell, Morehead State's Ricky Minard, UW-Milwaukee's Dylan Page, Michigan's Bernard Robinson, Notre Dame's Tim Timmermans, St. Joseph's Delonte West and Western Michigan's Mike Williams.
    2003-04 Gai earned his second straight selection to the NABC All-District I team. Gai played in the first 16 games of the campaign, but missed the final 13 games. In his 16 appearances, Gai tallied six double-doubles, which included a career-high 18 rebounds with 17 points in the championship game of the Rainbow Classic against Hawaii. He earned a spot on the Rainbow Classic All-Tournament team, averaging 14.3 points, 11.7 rebounds and 5.3 blocks per game. His 16 blocks in the three-game run tied the tourney record for blocks (Jason Jennings of Arkansas State in 2001). He blocked five or more shots eight times during 2003-04, highlighted by a season-high eight rejections against George Washington. In a three-game run against Hawaii, Michigan and Duke, Gai averaged 14.3 points, 12 rebounds and 3.7 blocks per game. Gai blocked at least one shot in every game last season, which extended his streak to 37 straight games with at least one blocked shot. Up until his absence, Gai was ranked third in Division I for blocks per game (4.1). He led the nation for most of the season, as late as mid-January, before surrendering the lead to Emeka Okafor. The forward hit the 20-point mark twice in 2003-04, netting a season-high 22 points at Elon and registering 21 markers versus Fordham. He played 38 or more minutes in six games during the year, including 44 of 45 minutes in an overtime victory against George Washington (15 pts. , 10 rebs., eight blocks).
    2002-03 Gai capped his sophomore season by earning NABC All-District honors, All-MAAC first team accolades and the MAAC defensive player of the year award for the second straight season. He started the year with a spot on the All-MAAC pre-season team. The sophomore finished fourth in the nation for blocked shots with 3.8 per game. He surpassed the 200 career block plateau in his 50th game, which came at Loyola on March 1. After missing the first six games of the season, Gai returned to action with four points, six rebounds and five blocks in a win against American. He blocked 14 shots in his first three games back in the lineup. Gai rejected five or more shots in 10 games, including a season-high eight against both Manhattan and Saint Peter's. The forward registered his only double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds in a win at Canisius. Gai scored 20 or more points in three games last year, highlighted by a career-high 24 markers at Rider. Gai finished the regular-season as the team's most accurate shooter, netting 55.7 percent of his field goal attempts. He shot 50 percent or better in 17 of his 25 appearances last season. Gai tallied 10 or more points 19 times during the year, including a streak of seven straight games between January 8 and January 26. In the MAAC tournament, Gai averaged a double-double with 13.3 points and 10 rebounds per game. He tallied a double-double with 20 points and a career-high 14 rebounds in the Saint Peter's quarterfinal game. Nearly half of those 20 points came from the free throw line, hitting a career-high nine free throws (13 attempts). He blocked eight shots in the three MAAC tourney games, including three against both Saint Peter's and Siena. In the NIT, Gai registered 11 points, eight rebounds and four blocks against Boston College.
    2001-02 Gai earned the MAAC Defensive Player of the Year as well as a spot on the All-Rookie team. Gai led the conference in shot blocking with four blocks per game. His 117 total blocks represent a school record. Gai blocked at least one shot in in all but two games (DePaul and Loyola), and tallied two or more blocks in 26 contests. The freshman blocked five or more shots 11 times, and eight or more blocks four times. He set a personal-high with 10 rejections against St. Francis. Gai opened his career with a team-best 19-point performance against Harvard. He never fell below a 10.0 scoring average the entire year, coming closest at 10.7 ppg following the Rider game (1/14). Gai scored 10 or more points 14 times, including a career-high 24 markers against Siena (2/10). He registered two double-doubles, the second in a non-traditional way with 17 points and 10 blocks against St. Francis. His first double-double came against Iona with 12 points and a season-best 11 rebounds. Gai led the team in free throw shooting at 79.1 percent, making 68 of 86 charity tosses. Gai won his first Rookie of the Week award after the St. Francis game, registering 17 points, eight rebounds and 10 blocks. He was co-Rookie of the Week on January 20, averaging 13.3 points, 4.7 blocks and 1.7 steals.
    Before Fairfield Gai's journey to the U.S. started in his native land of Sudan, but went through Egypt. He came to Fairfield via Milford Academy. Gai was named the most valuable player at the Eastern Invitational Basketball Camp. At the Five-Star NBA Orange-White classic, he helped the Orange team to a 93-81 victory with 12 points. Gai received the Role Player of the Week award

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10-18-2004, 06:27 PM

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    Duany Duany

    The ultimate journey
    Duany goes from Sudan to Wisconsin to Final Four
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    Posted: Tuesday March 28, 2000 10:20 PM


    MADISON, Wis. (AP) - When he was 4 years old, Duany Duany and his family left the tropical, dangerous climes of Sudan. Thirteen years later, Duany left Bloomington, Ind., for Madison and an unexpected college basketball career.
    When Wisconsin's season ends this weekend, Duany will be back home in Indiana, trying to help the Badgers win an improbable national championship.
    Some time soon, he may return to his homeland and complete the cycle by helping in some way to bring about a much more important victory.
    "I think about Sudan a lot," said Duany, his voice betraying a slight Indiana twang. "I worry about the children who don't get the chances I got. It's important for me to make the most of my opportunities and then try to make a difference."
    Wal Duany -- Sudan's former prime minister -- his wife Julia and their family left Sudan shortly before a civil war broke out in 1983, one that continues to this day. Nearly 2 million people have died and another 4 million have been uprooted in the fight for autonomy in southern Sudan.
    They lived in London for two years before Wal Duany moved to finish his postgraduate studies at Indiana University. Duany played on a Bloomington North High School team that at times featured as many as nine players who were the sons of non-American professors at the university.
    Duany doesn't remember much about his native land, but he can't forget where he comes from. Last month, his father was appointed chairman of the South Sudan Liberation Movement.
    Wal Duany has spent several months in Sudan recently, trying to unify the various rebellions against Sudan's government, which the United States has accused of supporting terrorism, bombing civilians and committing civil rights abuses.
    Duany thinks about his father, but he also worries about the rest of his family. He has two sisters and a brother who played Division I basketball this season, something that might be unprecedented.
    His brother Kueth was a redshirt freshman at Syracuse, and his sister Nok played for Georgetown as a freshman this year. His sister Nyagon is a senior forward at Bradley. What's more, Duany's brother Bil is a 6-foot-4 freshman at Bloomington North.
    "I like to keep track of how everybody is doing," said Duany, who also has two cousins playing in Massachusetts. "We stay pretty close."
    Duany Duany, who has a double name because of a Sudanese tradition for the first-born son, has seen his playing time fluctuate wildly this season after three fairly disappointing seasons and a redshirt year.
    In November, he was stapled to the bench. In January, he started several games and led the team in scoring three times. Now he's back on the bench, playing an integral supporting role.
    He's primarily a streaky outside shooter and a solid defender, which doesn't do much to distinguish him from many others on the roster. But Doc, as his teammates call him, is happy being another cog in coach ######## Bennett's system.
    "He has shown leadership and really been a team player this season," Bennett said. "[Duany] has found a niche on this team, I think, and it's a good place for him to finish out his career with us."
    The most memorable game of Duany's season so far came in one of Wisconsin's early-season losses to bigger, faster Big Ten teams. When the Badgers fell 71-67 to Indiana in Bloomington on Jan. 5, Duany was given a start by Bennett, and he led the team with 17 points while playing in front of family and friends.
    Whatever happens this weekend, Duany will treasure his unexpected trip to college basketball's center stage. But he also won't forget his father's work and his family's support.
    "This is nothing, you know what I mean? This is a small thing compared to my father," Duany said. "I see that and put it all in perspective. It shows you what really matters."

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10-18-2004, 06:25 PM

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    Duany Duany left Sudan shortly before a civil war broke out in 1983
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10-18-2004, 06:33 PM

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    Kueth Duany

    Guard/Forward 6-6 190
    Senior
    Bloomington, IN / Bloomington North
    Senior Year: Duany was selected team captain of the 2002-03 Syracuse national championship team prior to the season. . .He was named the inaugural recipient of the BIG EAST Conference's Sportsman of the Year Award. . .He recorded his 1,000th-career point in SU's win at NOTRE DAME. . .Duany finished his career 42nd on the school's all-time scoring ledger with 1,084 career points. . .He scored double-digit points 23 times this season and SU was 22-1 in those contests. . .He started all 35 games. . .Duany tallied a season-high 21 points versus COLGATE. . .He tied his career high with three three-pointers against WEST VIRGINIA, SETON HALL, and GEORGETOWN in the BIG EAST Tournament. . .Duany made at least two three-point field goals in 15 games this season. . .Duany pulled down a season-high seven rebounds in SU's first-round victory against MANHATTAN in the NCAA Tournament. . .He tied his career high with five assists three times this season, against ALBANY, CORNELL, and VALPARAISO. . .He also tied his career personal-best for blocked shots with three against COLGATE. . .Duany finished second on team with 71 assists.
    Junior Year: Duany was a member of the starting lineup in all 36 games. . .He ranked second on the squad in rebound average (5.3), third in scoring average (12.2) and fourth in steals average (1.5). . .He posted double-digit points in 26-of-36 games.
    Duany posted a club-best four double-doubles. . .He had 17 points and 12 rebounds versus DePAUL, 20 points and 11 boards at GEORGIA TECH, 18 points and 10 rebounds against SOUTH FLORIDA, and 12 points and 10 boards against ST. BONAVENTURE.
    He earned the first all-tournament team recognition of his SU career at the 2001 Preseason NIT . . .He led Syracuse past MICHIGAN STATE by tallying a career-high 24 points and five steals in 40 minutes of work, the longest playing stint of his tenure. . He followed that up with another 40-minute effort against WAKE FOREST.
    Duany was held scoreless for the only time in the NIT game against BUTLER. . .After scoring 14 points and grabbing five rebounds in 31 minutes at SETON HALL, Duany suffered a fractured nose. . .He wore a protective mask against GEORGETOWN.
    Sophomore Year: Duany was a consistent contributor off the bench for the Orangemen. . .He scored and grabbed at least one rebound in 30-of-34 games this season. . .Duany was one of six SU performers who played in all 34 contests.
    He had eight points and five rebounds in SU’s victory against ALBANY. . .In the win against COLUMBIA, Duany hauled in a personal-best seven boards. . .He had 11 points, at the time a season-high total. . .Duany had one of his top showings of the year with 14 points, four rebounds, two blocks and two steals in 19 minutes against NIAGARA. . .He had a campaign-best 16 points in the SU win at RUTGERS. . . Duany reached double-digit scoring again in a loss at West Virginia, tallying 11. . Duany hit for 13 points in the win against PITTSBURGH on Feb. 27. . .He grabbed nine rebounds and scored 10 points in a season-best 39 minutes at ST. JOHN’S. . . In a six-game stretch (at WEST VIRGINIA through CONNECTICUT) he averaged 9.7 ppg.
    Duany contributed averages of 5.3 points and 4.0 rebounds per game during the BIG EAST Tournament. . .Duany had nine points and five rebounds in the NCAA triumph against HAWAII.
    Freshman Year: Duany had a campaign-high 13 points in the victory against FLORIDA ATLANTIC. . .He had five rebounds to go with seven points versus ALBANY. . .He gave SU a boost off the bench against NOTRE DAME, tallying six points in 11 minutes of work. . .He enjoyed the best BIG EAST outing of his season against SETON HALL, tallying eight points, two rebounds and a steal. . .In the home win against PITTSBURGH, he had seven markers.
    Redshirt Freshman Year: Duany missed the entire campaign while recovering from Spring 1998 knee surgery. . .He applied for and received a medical redshirt.
    High School: He was a three-year varsity letterwinner at Bloomington North High School. . .Duany played on a state championship squad in 1997. . .The Cougars were 28-1 that season. . .He averaged 19.5 points, 8.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists a contest as a senior. . .Duany was team MVP and team captain in his final scholastic season. . .He helped Bloomington North to a combined 66-10 record in his three varsity campaigns. . .He was coached by Tom McKinney. . .Duany was a Nike All-American. He earned All-Conference Indiana honors, as well as all-state, all-area and all-region.
    Personal: Kueth Duany was born April 22, 1980 in Sudan. . .In 2002 he became a U.S. citizen. . .He is the son of Syracuse alumnus Wal ‘71 and Julia Duany. . .His older brother, Duany Duany, played for 2000 Final Four participant Wisconsin. . .A sister, Nyagon Duany, was a basketball player at Bradley. . . Another sister, Nok Duany, is entering her senior year at Georgetown and competes for the Hoya basketball program. . .In addition to his college basketball playing siblings, he has a younger brother, Bil, who plays basketball at Bloomington North. . .Duany has a dual major – political science and information management and technology.
    Duany's Career Highs: Points: 24 vs. Michigan State, 2001-02 Rebounds: 12 vs. DePaul, 2001-02 Offensive Rebounds: 7 vs. South Florida, 2001-02 Defensive Rebounds: 8 vs. West Virginia and DePaul, 2001-02 Assists: 5 vs. Rutgers, 2001-02 Steals: 5 vs. Michigan State, 2001-02 Blocks: 3 vs. Colgate, 2001-02; Connecticut and Albany, 2000-01; Colgate, 1999-00 FG Made: 10 vs. Michigan State, 2001-02 FG Attempted: 19 vs. West Virginia, 2001-02 3-Point FG Made: 3 at Rutgers, at West Virginia and vs. Rutgers, 2001-02 3-Point FG Attempted: 8 vs. West Virginia, 2001-02 FT Made: 8 at Rutgers, 2000-01 FT Attempted: 11 vs. South Florida, 2001-02 Minutes: 40 vs. Notre Dame, Wake Forest and Michigan State, 2001-02

    (عدل بواسطة Kostawi on 10-18-2004, 08:41 PM)
    (عدل بواسطة Kostawi on 10-18-2004, 08:52 PM)

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10-18-2004, 06:39 PM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: Kostawi)

    ya salaaaaam alik ya ustaz nasr aldeen hagam
    very nice wallhi
    im proud of them
    and im prod of you and ur nice family
    up and up again
    love u nsr aldeeeeeen ya hbibo
    love u all
    www.omerragab.com
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10-18-2004, 06:44 PM

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    Arek Deng

    As a Blue Hen: First season with the Blue Hens after sitting out last season due to NCAA transfer regulations following transfer from the University of Maryland...has three seasons of eligibility remaining...outstanding talent who will battle for starting center spot for the Blue Hens...has good size and strength and should be a force in the middle for the Hens.

    2002-03 Season: Attended the University of Delaware but sat out per NCAA transfer regulations.

    At University of Maryland: 2001-02 Season: Appeared in four games in a backup role during an injury-plagued freshman season with the Terrapins...averaged 1.5 ppg and 1.5 rpg before breaking her ankle, which ended her season.

    High School: Played two seasons at Blair Academy in Blairstown, NJ...earned first-team All-Prep honors her senior year...averaged 12.6 points, 14.0 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.3 steals as a junior...increased her scoring to 16.5 ppg as a senior.

    Personal: Arek (pronounced Uh-reck) Deng...born January 13, 1983 in Sudan...daughter of Martha and Aldo Ajou Deng...family moved to Egypt before settling in London, England...speaks three languages...arts & sciences major at Delaware...former member of the English Junior National Team...one of nine children...sister of Ajou Deng, who plays at Fairfield and formerly of UConn and Luol, who is a freshman at Duke and was one of the nation's top prep players in 2002-03.
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10-18-2004, 06:56 PM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: Kostawi)



    Phoebe De Ciman
    Height - 6'3
    Position - Center
    High School - Miller
    Year - 5

    Phoebe De Ciman is also the University of Regina Student's Union President:
    Click here
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10-18-2004, 07:14 PM

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    Nyagon Duany

    Strong, focused and ready to play ... Looking forward to having a memorable senior year ... will draw Bradley's toughest defensive assignments ... Good leaping ability and plenty of "quicks" ... Probable starter for the Braves this season.

    As a Junior, 1998-99
    Scored a career-high 20 points against Illinois State and 13 points at Indiana State ... Tied her career-high with six rebounds against Illinois State ... Dished out a career-high five assists at Illinois State ... Played in 23 of 26 games, but failed to start a game after starting three contests as a sophomore ... Had her best shooting night of her Bradley career when she made 8-of-13 against Illinois on her way to a 20-point night.

    As a Sophomore, 1997-98
    Played in 25 games with three starts ... Averaged 4.4 points and 2.2 rebounds per game ... Scored a career-high 13 points at Illinois State on four of nine shooting from the field and five of six from the line ... Notched her first double-figure scoring game with 10 points in a victory over Weber State ... Made her first career 3-pointer in a win versus Wichita State ... Played her best against the toughest competition as she contributed 9 ppg and 4 rpg in five contests versus Drake, Southeast Missouri State and Illinois State.

    As a Freshman, 1996-97
    Played just over 10 minutes per contest while averaging 2.8 ppg and 2.1 rpg with 18 steals and 17 assists ... Scored a season-high nine points against Loyola-Chicago, Wichita State and Northern Iowa, the latter two games back-to-back ... Grabbed a season-best six rebounds versus Northern Illinois.

    High School
    MVP for basketball, volleyball and track both as a junior and a senior at Bloomington North High School ... Averaged 21.4 ppg and 10.8 rpg per game as a senior ... All-State selection in both basketball and track ... Athlete of the Year at BHS ... Class Valedictorian with a 4.00 grade point average.

    Personal
    Enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences majoring in biology with a pre-professional emphasis ... Second oldest of Wal and Julia Duany's five children ... Older brother Duany plays basketball at the University of Wisconsin ... Younger brother Keuth, plays at Syracuse while younger sister, Nok, plays basketball at Georgetown ... A citizen of the Sudan, but a permanent resident of the United States, Duany was born Oct. 15, 1977, in Juba, Sudan ... Did you know, Nyagon's father was an advisor to the President of the Sudan, but resigned because of religious beliefs, escaping to the United States just before civil war broke out ... Nyagon's parents have been actively involved in settling the long-standing civil war in the Sudan and are major contributors to peace accords now in the offering.

    Nyagon Duany's Career Statistics
    Year GP-GS FGM-A FG% 3PM-A 3P% FTM-A FT% RB Avg. A TO BS S Pts. Avg.
    1996-97 28-0 28-75 .373 0-0 .000 22-47 .468 60 2.1 17 32 0 18 78 2.8
    1997-98 25-3 42-104 .404 1-3 .333 26-40 .650 55 2.2 12 28 3 10 111 4.4
    1998-99 23-0 39-105 .371 0-1 .000 27-41 .659 57 2.5 15 33 2 3 105 4.6
    Totals 73-3 109-283 .385 1-4 .250 75-128 .586 172 2.4 44 93 5 31 294 4.0



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10-18-2004, 09:11 PM

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    Arek Deng
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10-19-2004, 08:02 AM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: Kostawi)

    Deng, Iman and Omer Ragab

    Thank u for passing by

    Please if I missed anybody else let me know

    Thanks
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10-19-2004, 04:20 PM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: Kostawi)

    ….
    Now this is something we should all be proud off….
    Thank you Kostawi
    Great pics.
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10-20-2004, 02:04 AM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: ShiningStar)

    كوستاوي الرائع

    رمضان كريم ..
    تصوم وتفطر على خير ..

    يرفع هذا البوست فوق ..
    ولنا أن نفخر بهؤلاء الابطال ..

    فقط نطالب ونناشد مسؤلي الرياضة عندنا في السودان ..
    النظر إليهم ..
    ليتهم يعرفون كيف يمكنى لنا أن نصبح أبطال ..
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10-20-2004, 05:51 AM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: Kostawi)

    Quote: Phoebe De Ciman is also the University of Regina Student's Union President:

    which party?


    Thanks to You Kostawi

    AnwarKing
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10-20-2004, 02:38 PM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: Kostawi)



    العزيز كوستاوي وضيوفو..

    بوست بدرجة امتياز..


    we must keep it always UP
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10-20-2004, 04:20 PM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: Raja)

    Mutasif said
    Quote: فقط نطالب ونناشد مسؤلي الرياضة عندنا في السودان ..
    النظر إليهم ..


    يا أخ معتصم....قصة منوت بول تحكى الحكة و تذيد.

    King Anwar
    The green party

    Ya Raja ya Amal Ya Iman
    ما عندكم درجات أخر.

    Thanks
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10-20-2004, 04:36 PM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: Kostawi)



    Brother Kosta.

    The great thing about this picture is, Manout Bol is dunking the ball in front of Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdel-Jabaar of the L.A. Lakers.
    And both of them considered two of the great players who they played the game.

    Deng
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10-21-2004, 01:32 PM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: Deng)

    Deng
    Here are some other pictures
    of Manute---they are too funny






    (عدل بواسطة Kostawi on 10-22-2004, 06:22 PM)

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10-22-2004, 05:59 PM

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10-26-2004, 11:38 AM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: Kostawi)

    Do we have any one from Sudan play professional basketball in UK?
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10-26-2004, 06:07 PM

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Re: رمضانيات:أبطالنا في أمريكا...فى كرة السلة...أرح شوف (Re: Kostawi)

    Brother Kosta.

    Yes there is some players their, but I am not sure about their names

    I remember Edward Bona used to play for Manchester United in 80’s.

    Deng
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