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Boris Diaw
Boris Diaw
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Born: 04/16/82
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:214 lbs. / 97.5 kg.
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced from NBA Summer League in Las Vegas the winners of the 2018 Mannie Jackson – Basketball’s Human Spirit Award. They are Puerto Rico native, disaster relief advocate and NBA Champion J.J. Barea; five-time WNBA All-Star, education and heart health activist Tina Charles; and 14-year NBA veteran and global education and leadership supporter Boris Diaw. The winners will be recognized on Thursday, September 6that the Reunion Dinner at the Hall of Fame during Enshrinement Weekend.
With his season with Levallois over, 36 years old Boris Diaw joined the French Navy today as a “citizen reserve” in the naval base of Toulon. Diaw received his sailor beret at an official ceremony. However, don’t expect to see Boris Diaw on active duty. “He will belong to the citizen reserve, not the operational reserve, it will be a link between the army and the nation around the world,” explained the communication department of the French Navy.
The angst extended to the defensive side, too. Porter didn’t just arrive with new principles. He ran the veterans through exhausting fundamental drills — fire feet, blow the whistle, dive after the fake loose ball. “Hoosiers”-type stuff, things that’ll infuriate established, aging veterans like Nash, Grant Hill and Shaq during the middle of a tiring season. Raja Bell and Boris Diaw, two of the more unhappy and vocal voices, were shipped out in December for Jason Richardson. But that didn’t slow the brewing player revolt as the perennial West contender puttered through a disappointing season.
“What Steve Nash was for Goran 10 years ago, that’s what Goran has become for Luka,” Kokoskov said. As Dragic sat in the Crowne Plaza hotel in Helsinki last summer, a familiar face strolled through the lobby. “We’re talking about the devil, and the devil is behind us,” Dragic said with a smile. “Gogi!” yelled former Suns teammate and French national team player Boris Diaw. “Boo-boo!” responded an elated Dragic. “32 points?” Diaw asked. “30 man,” Dragic said as the two embraced.
5 months ago via ESPN