Garth Joseph

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Garth Joseph
Personal information
Born (1973-08-08) August 8, 1973 (age 45)
Roseau, Dominica
Nationality Dominican
Listed height 7 ft 2 in (2.18 m)
Listed weight 315 lb (143 kg)
Career information
College The College of Saint Rose (1994–1997)
NBA draft 1998 / Undrafted
Position Center
Career history
1997–1998 Peristeri B.C.
1998–1999 Mansfield Hawks
1999 Atlantic City Seagulls
1999-2000 Trenton Shooting Stars
2000-2001 Toronto Raptors
2001 Denver Nuggets
2001-2005 Shaanxi Kylins
2005 ÉS Chalon-sur-Saône
2005-08 Saba Battery
2008-2009 Al Gezira
2009 BEEM
2010 Glam X-Men
Career highlights and awards

Garth McArthur "The Angel of Death" Fitzgerald Joseph (born August 8, 1973, in Roseau, Dominica) is a retired Dominican basketball player.

At 7'2" and 315 pounds, his physique was often compared to that of Shaquille O'Neal, especially when he was a young and raw-skilled center at The College of St. Rose. However, Joseph's skills never materialized and he only appeared in a total of four National Basketball Association games, two with the Denver Nuggets and two with the Toronto Raptors during the 2000–01 NBA season. As of the 2018 offseason, Joseph is still the only Dominiquais player in NBA history.

Joseph was a member of the Dominica national basketball team.[1]

Basketball career

Achievements

  • 1999: IBA winner
  • 1999: IBA Champion
  • 1999: USBL's All-Defensive Team

References

  1. ^ SKABA to introduce glass backboards and shot clocks for this weekend’s playoffs
  2. ^ BBC NEWS | Middle East | Basketball in the 'axis of evil'
  3. ^ Dominican Basketball: National Basketball Finals - Oct 7, 2010

External links

  • Player bio from oasis.fortunecity.com
  • Player statistics from basketball-reference.com
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