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David Wesley - PG/SG, 6'1, 203
Retired - Retired in 2007
       Date of birth: 11/14/1970
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 1992
     Out of: Baylor
  NBA Experience: 14 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:


   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 71
2010-05-30

- David Wesley

Wesley fell out of the NBA in October 2007. His non-guaranteed contract was traded twice; first by the Cavaliers to the Hornets for Cedric Simmons, and then onto the Nets for Bernard Robinson and Mile Ilic. The Nets then waived Wesley; in fact, all four players are out of the league now.

In late 2008, Wesley returned to Baylor to complete the degree he was just short of completing back in 1992. He simultaneously worked as a student manager. Wesley completed his degree a year ago, and apart from the continuing efforts of his foundation, news is scarce.

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   Where Are They Now, 2011: Bookkeeping The Retired Guys
2011-04-19

David Wesley - After retiring, Wesley returned to Baylor to complete his degree, working concurrently as a student manager for the basketball team. This summer, he joined the D-League's expansion Texas Legends as an assistant coach.

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   Bookkeeping The Retired Guys, 2013 Edition
2013-03-19

David Wesley - Wesley was an assistant coach for the Texas Legends D-League team for two seasons, then left this summer to become a colour analyst for the Hornets.

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