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Dennis Scott
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Basketball Player
    (September 5, 1968- )
    Born in Hagerstown, Maryland
    Drafted fourth overall by the Orlando Magic in the 1990 NBA Draft
    Small forward for the Orlando Magic (1990-97), Dallas Mavericks (1997-98), Phoenix Suns (1998), New York Knicks (1999), Minnesota Timberwolves (1999) and the Vancouver Grizzlies (1999-2000)
    He became a journeyman player after he was traded to the Mavericks.
    He went on a profane filled tirade at kids who attended his basketball camp, which played a key factor in the Magic's decision to trade him (1997).
    He played on three different teams during the 1999 calendar year.
    He was largely overshadowed by Penny Hardaway in Orlando.
    He attempted a comeback with the Lakers, but couldn't crack a veteran laden roster, which played in his decision to retire.
    He, along with Brian Oliver and Kenny Anderson, formed the 'Lethal Weapon 3' attack at Georgia Tech in the late 1980's.
    He was considered one of the NBA's best clutch three point shooters during his prime years.
    He set an NBA record (since broken) for most three points recorded in a single game (11 in 1996).
    Due to his size, he played all five positions on his high school basketball team.
    He earned ACC Men's Basketball Player of the Year honors during his final season at Georgia Tech (1990).

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