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Dan Majerle

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Successful NBA basketball player and Olympic athlete, Dan Majerle was born on September 9, 1965 in Traverse City Michigan. He attended college at Central Michigan near where he grew up. His breakthrough performance was during the 1988 Olympics in Soeul, Korea where he helped the United States take home the bronze metal. The attention he received from the Olympics and his college play, helped him to become the 14th player selected in the 1st round of the 1988 NBA Draft by the Phoenix Suns. He soon became known more for his at the buzzer, off-balanced, cluch three-pointers. In a game against the Seattle Supersonics, he set a then new NBA record for three-pointer made in a single game. Dan helped the Suns make a trip to the 92-93 NBA Finals to face Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. He holds the record for three-pointers made in a series, with 17 against the Chicago Bulls during that only NBA finals trip. He also led the NBA in 1993-94 in three-pointers made (192) and attempted (503); his 192 three-pointers set a then-NBA single-season record.  See full bio on IMDb »

Ex-NBA Great "Thunder" Dan Majerle -- Crowning the Sweatiest Player of All Time!!

Ex-NBA Star Dan Majerle
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Former NBA All-Star "Thunder" Dan Majerle had the misfortune of rubbing up against some of the sweatiest players in history -- so now he's helping us crown ... the king of stink! READ MORE >

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