Found February 07, 2012 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
Seven foot five inch high school center Mamadou Ndiaye should be known as the "Human Double Take" because that's the obvious natural reaction when seeing or hearing about him. The seventeen year old junior has been dominating the (lack of) competition for Huntington Beach, California's Brethren Christian School. As you can see in the video, Ndiaye is as automatic around the rim as they come. As long as Ndiaye can make it down the floor on the offensive end, Brethren Christian is going to score. Their favorite offensive play is called "cross half court" because once they do, you can count the bucket. Yet somehow, the school has managed to lose five games this season. It's easy to compare Ndiaye to Shaq or Yao Ming or a Redwood tree, but it'll be interesting to see if he can stay in tact. He's grown this tall because of gland issues, but remains relatively healthy. And being only 17, who knows how tall he'll get it? One thing is...
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Meet 7-foot-5 Brethren Christian High (Cal.) center Mamadou Ndiaye, reportedly the tallest prep basketball player in the world.Seen here is footage from one of Ndiaye's recent games where he easily dropped 30 points on the opposing team. It's like watching The Monstars from the movie Space Jam have their way with the hapless Looney Tunes.

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Might as well remember the name Mamadou Ndiaye now (remember it, not pronounce it). I'm sure scholarships are pilling up and we will see the 7-foot-5 big man in the NBA shortly. This has to be cheating. It blows my mind that somehow the Huntington Beach Brethren Christian Warriors have lost 5 games this season, the coach should have been fired after the first.  Literally...
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