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Aziz N'Diaye - C, 7'0, 260
Signed in Japan - Signed with Hiroshima Dragonflies
       Date of birth: 05/16/1988
       Country: Senegal
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2013
     Out of: Washington
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

Date
League
Transaction
23rd August, 2013 Spain Signed a one year contract with Ourense.
27th September, 2013 Spain Left Ourense.
28th September, 2013 Germany Signed a one year contract with Fraport Skyliners.
20th August, 2015 Japan Signed a one year contract with Cyberdyne Tsukuba Robots.
18th November, 2016 Japan Signed for the remainder of the season with Hiroshima Dragonflies.
When: Where:
2008 - 2010 College of Southern Idaho (Junior College)
2010 - 2013 Washington (NCAA)
August 2013 - September 2013 Ourense (Spain, LEB Gold)
September 2013 - June 2014 Fraport Skyliners (Germany)
July 2014 L.A. Clippers (Summer League)
August 2015 - May 2016 Tsukuba Robots (Japan, NBL)
November 2016 - present Hiroshima Dragonflies (Japan, BJ League D2)
From blog:


   An Unnecessarily Exhaustive Guide To The 2010/11 NCAA Tournament, Part 2: Eastern Region
2011-03-16

Alongside him in the frontcourt is 7'0 sophomore and junior college transfer, Aziz N'Diaye. As is the case with Senegalese big man, Aziz is a daunting interior defensive presence and a prolific rebounder. He averages more than one block and slightly less than six rebounds in only 17 minutes per game - you take the ball at him at your peril. Also, as is the case with Senegalese big men, Aziz has an awful long way to go offensively. But the size and athleticism of the duo is rivalled by few in this tournament, and, mistakes notwithstanding, that counts for a lot.

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