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Cedric Bozeman - PG/SG, 6'6, 207
Signed in Japan - Signed with Tochigi Brex
       Date of birth: 03/07/1983
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2006
     Out of: UCLA
  NBA Experience: 1 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:

   Chinese Basketball Association Statistics, 2010

- Cedric Bozeman: 33.4mpg, 21.3ppg, 6.5rpg, 3.7apg, 3.6fpg, 1.7spg, 0.3bpg, 48% FG, 29% 3PT, 85% FT

Mays started brilliantly, as you can see, but then left for undisclosed reasons and is currently unsigned. Bozeman has already been covered, and so in the interests of time, I won't do it again. Also covered was Melvin Ely; he's not listed above, for he has not played a game for the Ducks, yet he almost did, and he may have done kind of maybe once sort of.

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   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 8

- Cedric Bozeman

Cedric Bozeman is signed in China with Beijing Ducks. Of all the animals to use as a basketball team's nickname, I think "Ducks" has to pretty far down the list. I get what they've done with the ol' food thing there, but a duck is a slow waddling animal with no discernible ball skills. It's not the iconography you want in a basketball team. You may as well have called them the Lab Rats, the Chaffinches or the Beijing Hagfish.

Not many imports in the CBA are guards, although this year there's more than usual. Bozeman is playing point guard and averaging 22.8 points, 7.0 rebounds, 4.0 steals and 2.6 steals per game, all team highs except for the rebounds (which rank second). His offense has gotten better year, and specifically so has the three point jumpshot. This has sort of continued; Bozeman is shooting 35.3% on three pointers on the season, which sounds much more impressive than saying he's 6-17 in 8 games.

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Signed in Japan


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