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Quincy Pondexter

Quincy Coe Pondexter (born March 10, 1988) is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played high school basketball in Fresno, California at San Joaquin Memorial High School where his father Roscoe and uncle Clifton Pondexter were All-American basketball players themselves and continued their basketball skills at the professional levels. Pondexter played four years of college basketball at the University of Washington. At the end of his senior season, he earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors and an All-American honorable mention by the Associated Press.

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Quincy Pondexter and Brian Reynolds

I met Quincy Pondexter through Paul George, both of whom support After so many interviews, you come to realize is that every one has some sort of personal struggle, but what separates the super achievers from the rest, is how the negative experience is dealt with. Many NBA players found refuge on the basketball court from school and family problems, and as result, they became the great players that they are today.

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Here is my interview with Quincy Pondexter about his personal experiences with bullying that was done in Los Angeles. Hope you like it.

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