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Tremaine Fowlkes

Tremaine Fowlkes
Personal information
Born (1976-04-11) April 11, 1976
Los Angeles, California
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)
Listed weight 212 lb (96 kg)
Career information
High school Crenshaw (Los Angeles, California)
College California (1994–1996)
Fresno State (1997–1998)
NBA draft 1998 / Round: 2 / Pick: 54th overall
Selected by the Denver Nuggets
Pro career 1998–2007
Position Small forward
Career history
1998–1999 Yakima Sun Kings (CBA)
1999–2000 Cincinnati Stuff (IBL)
2000–2001 Gaiteros del Zulia (Venezuela)
2001–2002 Columbus Riverdragons (NBDL)
20022003 Los Angeles Clippers
2003–2004 Detroit Pistons
2004 Indiana Pacers
2004–2005 Florida Flame (NBDL)
2006–2007 Dakota Wizards (D-League)
Career highlights and awards

Tremaine Fowlkes (born April 11, 1976) is an American former professional basketball player at the small forward position. Fowlkes was drafted out of Fresno State by the Denver Nuggets with the 54th pick of the 1998 NBA Draft, though he did not make an NBA on-court appearance until the 2001-02 season. He has played for the Los Angeles Clippers (two seasons), Detroit Pistons (one season, winning the 2003-04 championship) and Indiana Pacers (one season) of the NBA, averaging 3 points and 2.2 rebounds in 103 career games. He also appeared for the New Orleans Hornets during the 2004 preseason.

Fowlkes was one of three players (the others being Britton Johnsen and Marcus Haislip) signed to pro-rated one-year contracts in the immediate aftermath of the Pacers–Pistons brawl on November 19, 2004, which devastated the Pacers' already banged-up lineup with the suspensions of their three best players, Ron Artest, Jermaine O'Neal and Stephen Jackson.

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