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SLAM Magazine Features NM State Men's Basketball
Courtesy: New Mexico State University  
Release:  10/14/2013

Courtesy of SLAM Magazine

http://www.slamonline.com/online/the-magazine/features/2013/10/sim-bhullar-new-mexico-state/

Originally published in SLAM 172

by Rus Bradburd

In the last few years, television announcers have approached a New Mexico State basketball game with the anxiety of a 17-year-old getting ready for his first SAT exam.

That’s because the NMSU Aggies have had a roster that would make the United Nations proud. Here’s a partial list from recent teams: Tshilidzi “Chile” Nephawe from South Africa. Matej Buovac from Croatia. Hernst Laroche from Canada-via-Haiti. Bandja Sy from France. And Hamidu Rahman was from, well, New Jersey, but announcers still balked at his name, the same way opponents did when they saw his hulking 6-11 frame.

To continue reading this article, please visit the direct link to SLAM Magazine above.



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