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Basketball Player
    (May 5, 1971- )
    Born in Inglewood, California
    Drafted 12th overall by the Miami Heat in the 1992 NBA Draft
    Shooting guard for the Miami Heat (1992-95) and the Cleveland Cavaliers (1995)
    NBA Slam Dunk Award Winner (1993, 1995)
    Besides winning the Slam Dunk Competition, his career was unremarkable.
    He made himself eligible for the NBA Draft after three years of college.
    During his stint with the Heat, coaches frequently questioned his defensive skills.
    He was nicknamed 'Baby Jordan.'
    Since retiring, he refuses to talk about his basketball career accolades.
    He had a successful college career at USC.
    He excelled at dunking and was viewed as being one of the NBA's best dunking players.
    He beat out the likes of Shaquille O'Neal and Alonzo Mourning to earn the College Player of the Year award (1992).
    Basketball pundits feel that the 'Baby Jordan' tag he received played a factor in his disappointing NBA career.
    He became a successful real estate agent after retiring from basketball.

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