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Today In History: Mark Eaton Blocks 2,000th Shot

Mark Eaton was one of the most prolific blockers in NBA history (via thetallestman) On March 16, 1988, Utah Jazz 7-foot-4 center, Mark Eaton blocked the 2,000th shot of his career in a 120-105 home victory over the Dallas Mavericks. Eaton played his entire 11 season career with the Jazz who retired his number, 53, in 1996. He led the Jazz to 10 post season appearances. Eaton, who...
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Mark Eaton Palming Some Ass

Remember Mark Eaton? John Stockton and Mark Eaton? Stockton-Eaton-Malone? Of course you remember the 7’4″ Utah Jazz blocking machine. Mark now has a…
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