9 Maceo Baston
Position: PF
Born: 05/29/76
Height: 6-9 / 2.06
Weight: 214 lbs. / 97.5 kg.
College: Michigan '98
  Very long... Had great leaping skills... Quite a dunker... Ran the floor well... Very active defender... Nice shot blocker coming from the weak side... Struggled when guarding bigger and stronger opponents, though... Was a star in Europe... A benchwarmer in the NBA.

Attended the Grady Spruce HS in Dallas, Texas.
Played college ball at Michigan in 1998.
Selected by the Chicago Bulls as 58th overall pick in the 1998 NBA Draft.
Selected by the Quad City Thunder as 27th overall pick in the 1998 CBA Draft.
Joined the Quad City Thunder of the CBA in 1998-99.
Signed with the Milwaukee Bucks in April 2000. Waived in September.
Moved to Montecatini (Italy) in 2000-01.
Signed with Joventut Badalona (Spain) in 2001-02. Left the team in January 2003.
Signed with the Toronto Raptors in February 2003.
Signed with Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel) in July 2003.
Joined the Indiana Pacers in July 2006.
Returned to the Toronto Raptors in July 2006.
Traded to the Indiana Pacers in July 2008.
Signed with the Detroit Pistons in September 2009. Waived in October.
Signed with Budivelnyk (Ukraine) in March 2010.
Signed with Obradoiro (Spain) in September 2010. Released in October. Moved to Bnei Hasharon (Israel) later that season. Waived in January.
Named Texas Basketball Played of the Year in 1994. Two- time All State Selection
All-Big Ten honorable mention in 1997.
Voted to the NIT All-Tournament team in 1997. Won the tournament with Michigan.
Named Big Ten's Defensive Player of the Year in 1998.
Finished collegiate career as Michigan's all-time leader in field goal percentage.
Voted to the All-CBA 1st Team in 2000.
Voted CBA Defensive Player of the Year in 2000. Led the CBA in blocked shots.
Played the CBA All-Star Game in 2000.
Led the Italian League in blocked shots in 2000-01.
Led the Israeli League in field goal percentage in 2003-04.
Won the Euroleague with Maccabi Tel Aviv in 2004 and 2005.
Won the Israeli League and Cup with Maccabi Tel Aviv in 2004, 2005 and 2006.