Dee Brown for

Dee Brown for basketball born in 1984, see Dee Brown (basketball 1984). Decovo kadelle “Dee” Brown (born November 29, 1968 in Jacksonville, Florida) is a former basketball player in the NBA. From Jacksonville University, Brown was selected by Boston Celtics in the NBA Draft 1990 in position 19 . For twelve seasons (1990-2002) in the NBA, played for the Celtics, Toronto Raptors and Orlando Magic, scoring a total of 6758 points over his career. His moment of fame came during the All-Star 1990 Slam Dunk Competition, winning the “no-look dunk” (matte shading his eyes with his hands), swelling in advance of his shoe for greater leap. Players like help their communities. In 1998 he was traded to Toronto along with Chauncey Billups. Brown then train them in the WNBA, and in 2005 signed a contract with ESPN for the reality show Dream Job.

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