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Larry Sanders - C, 6'11, 235
Free agent - Last played with Cleveland (2017)
       Date of birth: 11/21/1988
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 15th pick, 2010
     Out of: VCU
  NBA Experience: 6 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:

   2010 Summer League Rosters: Milwaukee Bucks

Larry Sanders

Sanders will have more upside that the Malik Allen/Francisco Elson/Primoz Brezec/Dan Gadzuric types that Milwaukee have used behind Andrew Bogut in recent years. He couldn't really have less.

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   Sham's 2010 NBA Draft Night Recap, Part 1

Pick 15: Perhaps unexpectedly, but not baselessly, Milwaukee chooses Larry Sanders of VCU with the 15th pick. Sanders is largely unproven, for VCU played very little quality opposition in his time there. But he certainly has NBA height and athleticism. And he has a massive wingspan, which Jay Bilas is quick to mention.

Jay also says "Theo Ratliff" as a comparison. I'd go for Chris Andersen with more footwork or Keon Clark with less vodka, but the point is taken.

Larry isn't here tonight. Of course he isn't. He's got a show to do.

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   2012 NBA Draft Diary

Between those two [John Henson/Sam Dalembert] and Ekpe Udoh, Milwaukee has an exceptional shot blocking trio of length and athleticism, if not a great deal of girth. And between those three, Larry Sanders just lost his job. Henson also continues a strong Milwaukee pedigree of right handed big men who are really far better with their left hand. This seems relevant.

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