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Kenny Adeleke - PF/C, 6'8, 250
Signed in Asia - Signed with Sagesse in Lebanon
       Date of birth: 02/10/1983
       Country: Nigeria/USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2006
     Out of: Hartford
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Left

From blog:


   Chinese Basketball Association Statistics, 2010
2010-03-07

- Kenny Adeleke: 19.0mpg, 15.5ppg, 7.5rpg, 0.5apg, 2.0fpg, 2.0spg, 2.0bpg, 65% FG, 0% 3PT, 71% FT (left)

As you can tell from the sheer number of them, Shanxi have had a lot of trouble with their imports this year. They tried out about ten in the offseason, eventually settling upon three; Smith, Taylor and Michael Sweetney. The team had wanted to bring back Lee Benson, who was a star for them last year, but they refused to yield to his contract demands. Taylor has been with the team the whole season, but the rest has been a juggling act. Even though he played well, Smith was replaced after seven games by Adeleke, who got injured in his second game and was replaced for a short time by Benson, seemingly having yielded some on his contract demands. Benson was then replaced after five games by Marbury, which you probably already knew. (Sweetney never played a game for them, by the way.)

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   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 1
2009-12-28

- Kenny Adeleke

Adeleke started the season with Napoli in Italy's Serie A, but played only three games, totalling 30 points and 27 rebounds.

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Signed in Asia


 
 
 


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