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Random Athlete Of The Day- Pape Sow

Pape Sow, which is actually pronounced, “Pop So”, is from Dakar, Senegal; he wouldn’t stay there too long speaking in his native tongue Wolof, as his basketball skills took him to Cal State Fullerton. The 6-10 PF went under the radar as he made a significant impact his freshman season, scoring 15.5 ppg (career-high of 36 pts), 8.6 rpg and over one block per game.  The next...
Via Taking Bad Schotz
September 24, 2012  |  Discuss

One-on-One with Summer Sun<br> Pape Sow

Posted: July 12, 2007 While Summer Suns forward Pape Sow is mostly known for his physical and up-tempo style on the court, his rollercoaster ride to the NBA is not. After his 2004 NBA Draft rights were acquired by the Raptors, the 6-10 Cal State-Fullerton alum played in 27 games his rookie season and then 42 in his sophomore year before a groin injury curtailed his momentum....
Via nba.com/suns
February 29, 2012  |  Discuss
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