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Steven Hunter will play the season in Italy with Dinamo Sassari. The big man who has played 400 games in the NBA averaging 4.5ppg and 3.2rpg passed the tryout period with the Italian team and will be signed next week for the entire year. Hunter, who took last season off, will be replacing Keith Benson, a rookie selected by Atlanta Hawks in 2011 NBA Draft in the second round. 'Kito' will play his last game with Banco di Sardegna in the weekend against Emporio Armani Milano and then will be waived by the club. Sportando

October 25, 2011 Updates

Banco di Sardegna Sassari brought in for a three-day period former NBA player Steven Hunter. Hunter was selected by Orlando Magic with the 15th overall in the 2001 NBA draft and in America has played 400 games averaging 4.5ppg, 3.2rpg and 1.1bpg. Sportando

June 1, 2011 Updates

Among the free agents the Wolves will work out Thursday and Friday are former NBA players Quincy Douby, Orien Greene, J.R. Giddens, Steven Hunter, Cedric Jackson, Matt Janning, Alexander Johnson, Jerel McNeal, James Singleton and John Thomas; second-year players who played in the D-League last season including Matt Bouldin and DeShawn Sims; former Memphis guard Darius Washington Jr. who is most famous for missing clutch free-throws; former D-League standout James Mays who spent the last two seasons in China and Turkey; and a fellow by the name of Chris Daniels who either attended college in Georgia or at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (I'm guessing it's the latter). Ridiculous Upside

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Former Griz center Steven Hunter will be one of six current and retired NBA players to participate in Sportscaster U as part of the National Basketball Player Association's (NBPA) Player Development programming. The seminar begins today and runs through Wednesday in conjunction with the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. The sessions will cover many aspects of broadcast journalism, including game coverage, interviews and studio performance. Memphis Commercial Appeal

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