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Marcus Fizer - PF, 6'8, 260
Retired - Retired after 2015 season
       Date of birth: 08/10/1978
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 4th pick, 2000
     Out of: Iowa State
  NBA Experience: 6 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:

   The 2010 Puerto Rican BSN Season

Marcus Fizer - 11 games, 27.5 mpg, 13.4 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 2.5 apg, 2.7 fpgm 0.8 spg, 0.5 bpg, 45% FG, 21% 3PT, 60% FT

Guaynano's first imports, Fizer and Walker, signed early. They did so to some fanfare, not so much for Fizer (who was playing his third consecutive BSN season), but definitely for Antoine, who was the most storied player to ever play in the country. The expectations, and his pay packet, were high. But it didn't go well. It didn't go particularly well for Fizer, either, especially when you consider that this man averaged 30/12 in the BSN only two short summers ago.

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   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 21

- Racism Furze

Marcus Fizer was a member of Maccabi Tel Aviv in the 2007-08 season, but popped his knee out (again) before the season ended. He was under contract to Maccabi for the 2008-09 season as well, but missed the start of the season recovering from the knee injury and was waived in January as a part of the regime change. He played in only two games. Fizer then spent last summer in Puerto Rico, where he averaged 16 points and 5 rebounds. He hasn't played anywhere since then, but last week he signed in Puerto Rico for their next upcoming season, joining Guaynabo. His team mate there will be Antoine Walker.

Antoine Walker and Marcus Fizer on the same team. That's a team that just got interesting.

(A furze is a type of shrub.)

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