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The Fargo-Morehead Beez, Independiente, The North Charleston Lowgators, Adriondack Wildcats, Charleston Lowgators. That's stops in the IBL, Argentina, D-League, USBL and back to the D-League if you were wondering. Those are the places Spurs Assistant Coach Ime Udoka made before even getting a shot in the NBA. And that was only the first four years of his journey. After he played just four games with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2003, Udoka went back to Charleston before heading overseas for stops in France and Spain. He then went back to the D-League during the 2005-2006 season before playing the final month with the New York Knicks.
Finally, some stability came in the 2006-2007 season when Udoka played a full season with the Portland Trailblazers. The next two seasons came life as a member of the San Antonio Spurs. He was seen as their heir apparent to Bruce Bowen, but was more Bruce Bowen-lite. After that Spurs run, Udoka landed in Sacramento, spending a season with ...
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