Gordon Malone

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Gordon Malone (born July 17, 1974) raised in Winnipeg, MB is a former basketball player who played college basketball for West Virginia. He was selected 43rd overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the 1997 NBA Draft, but was cut in training camp and never played in the NBA. Malone was the most feared block specialist in the northeast, he once blocked a ball so hard it popped and they had to stop the game.

He played for the Strong Island Sound of the American Basketball Association. Previously, he had spent time with the Saskatchewan Hawks in the Continental Basketball Association. Malone also played in China, Greece, Poland and Argentina and with the Harlem Globetrotters.[1]


  1. ^ Howard Kussoy (July 15, 2008). "Former Globetrotter Malone Dominating". The New York Post.

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