New Orleans Pelicans

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Name  Al-Farouq Aminu
Born  9/21/1990
Height  6-9
Weight  215
College  Wake Forest
Home Town  Norcross, GA
High School  Norcross
10/28 @San Antonio5000011200011
10/30 Utah1916613281011012
11/1 @New Orleans16210014500001
11/3 Boston9521001100101
11/6 @Portland16731023502101
11/7 @Utah18210011220005
11/9 Miami18210002210101
11/11 Sacramento12000002200113
11/13 Philadelphia15311022412231
11/15 Minnesota221050015613202
11/17 @Charlotte2993121101100201
11/19 @Washington13311013400101
11/21 LA Lakers151351215610012
11/22 @Houston18210001101012
11/24 Indiana13310103301101
11/26 New York15630022400020
11/28 @Toronto241452202220103
11/29 @Philadelphia21620203311001
12/2 @Chicago6000001100011
12/3 @Milwaukee281352132511312
12/5 Phoenix10100103311000
12/7 Milwaukee12410214520001
12/10 New Orleans15300302200113
12/13 Golden State7000001100000
12/16 @New York25731022402133
12/17 @Detroit4310100010001
12/20 San Antonio5210000000101
12/22 Atlanta5000002210000
Season Total4151365212202175961615191641
2010: Selected by LA Clippers in 1st round (8th overall) of the NBA Draft...2011: Traded to New Orleans in a five-player deal, Dec. 14th...2014: Signed with Dallas to a two-year deal worth $2.1 million.

Earned Third-Team All-American honors by some publications this past season while being tabbed an Honorable Mention AP All-American...Named First-Team all-district by the NABC and the USBWA...Named Second-Team All-ACC after leading the Demon Deacons in scoring (15.8), rebounding (10.7), blocks (44) and free throws (139)...Only player in the ACC to average a double-double this past season...Has posted 29 double-doubles in 62 career games...Named a Freshman All-American in 2008-09...Unanimous selection to the ACC All-Freshman Team...Projected to be a lottery pick...Terrific athlete with an incredible 7- foot-4 wingspan...Explosive around the basket...Outstanding rebounder...Non-stop motor...Solid midrange shooter...Could stand to add some more strength...Not much of a three-point threat...Inconsistent and needs to develop a better post game.