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#0 Randy Gill, PG

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Position: PG
Date of Birth: 06/17/1980
Height: 6' 2"   Weight: 175 lbs
Pro Experience: PBL, ABA, USBL, CBA, Venezuela, Dominican Republic
College Experience: Bowie State

Biography:
Randy Gill, aka "White Chocolate" 6'2 (Point and Shooting Guard)
CollegeBowie State University
Randy led team to first winning season and helped turn around a program that is
now one of the best Division II Basketball Programs in the country.  Randy
scored 25+ points 8 times in the 2001 season averaging 17ppg and 5apg.
Professional:
D.C. Legends (Randy led team to 32-0 undefeated streak on the 2003
professional street ball team based out of the Nation's Capital).
SBA All-stars (Randy led team to an 15-0 undefeated streak on the 2002
Sprite Liquid Mix Tour)
 
ABA Long Beach Jam, 2004 ABA Champions
USBL Brevard BlueDucks, 2004
Long Beach Summer Pro League, 2004
Maryland Nighthawks, ABA 2004, 2005, 2006  Career ABA Averages (21pg, 5 ast, 4 reb, 52% 3-point FG)
ABA All-Star 2004, 2005, 2006
EBC Rucker Park All-Star 2004, 2005, 2006 (NBA TV)
Washington Wizards Mini Camp (2007)
Venezuela Professional League (2007)
Dominican Republic (2008)
Maryland Nighthawks (PBL) (2008, 2009)
PBL All-Star (2008, 2009)
PBL Player of the Week
Premiere Basketball League Detroit and Rochester (PBL 2008, 2009, 2010)

While playing in the USBL, ABA, PBL, Dominican Republic, and Venezuela Randy has a career average of over 45% from behind the 3-point line

Outlook:
Tremendous ability at the point guard/shooting guard position with great
range and accuracy on his jump shot, outstanding court awareness, an instinctual unlimited scorer, high intensity
level every time he steps on the floor, and a proven winner...A fundamentally sound hard working player
with a text book jumper, and unlimited range Randy has also been an entertaining fan favorite with supreme ball handling,unlimited range on his jump shot, and his amazing creativity and scoring abilities.  Randy has been featured in Slam Magazine, Dime Magazine, EBC Rucker Park, Hoops TV, NBA TV, MTV, and ESPN.


Sample of Randy Gill's Game Articles:

#1 American Basketball Association (ABA) Maryland NightHawks
Playing in front of a capacity crowd of 3200 excited fans in the Burt
Flickinger Center at Erie Community College in Buffalo, NY, the ABA Maryland
Nighthawks defeated the Buffalo Rapids 108-107 in the kickoff era of the ABA
in Buffalo. It was ABA basketball at its best with the game going down to
the last second before the Nighthawks left the floor as winners. The
Nighthawks were one of the ABA premiere teams last season - the Rapids
showed that they will be a definite contender for the Eastern Division with
their inspired play.
 
Led by ABA All Star Guard Randy "White Chocolate" Gills 35 points and 11
3-pointers
, the Nighthawks wiped out an early 17 point deficit and never
looked back though the Rapids had a last second opportunity to win but the
half court shot at the buzzer failed to go in. Further details of the game
will be forthcoming. The Nighthawks continue on the road and will play the
Niagara DareDevils Saturday night.
#2 American Basketball Association (ABA) Maryland NightHawks
All-Star guard Randy "White Chocolate" Gill  had another huge performance in
 a big game finishing with 23 points and shooting over 60% from the three-point line.
Tom Doyle, Nighthawks owner said, "I'd sure like to see Randy in the NBA 3-point shooting contest
this kid can shoot as well as any guard in America."
 
#3 American Basketball Association (ABA) Maryland NightHawks
Randy Gill Leads Maryland to Great Overtime Victory
A heroic effort by Randy "White Chocolate" Gill was almost lost as the Nighthawks edged the Carolina Thunder 136-129 in overtime after relinquishing a 20-pt. third quarter lead. "I am proud of how we regrouped after losing the lead, but we have to learn how to close out opponents," explained Nighthawks Head Coach Twiggy Sanders, whose team now stands with a record of 12-8.

The Nighthawks were led by Gill, who first arose to fame last summer by winning the MTV Magic Johnson "Who's Got Game" contest. The 6'2" point guard has been an igniter in the ABA and Wednesday night epitomized it as he scored 41 points, connecting on 9-13 three point attempts, dishing out 6 assists, grabbing 5 rebounds, stealing 3 balls in 47 minutes of playing time. But it was his 2 game tying free throws with 1 second left and his team down 119-117 that proved to be the most crucial.  In overtime Gill, along with forward Jason Williams ignited the effort as the Nighthawks jumped out early going on a 9-2 run. For the game, Williams had 20 points and 10 rebounds.
 

PROFESSIONAL AVERAGES
Year
Team
League
PPG
RPG
APG
SPG
2009
Montreal and Detroit
PBL - USA
20.4
3.9
4.8
0.9
2008
Maryland Nighthawks
PBL - USA
17.1
4.2
4.0
1.0
2007
Oklahoma Calvalry
CBA - USA
13.0
4.8
3.0
1.8
2006
Guaiqueria de Margarita
LPB - VEN
13.6
0.6
4.3
1.2
2005-06
Maryland Nighthawks
ABA - USA
17.9
4.0
3.8
1.3
2004-05
Long Beach Jam
ABA - USA
14.4
2.6
2.3
0.7
2004
Brevard Blue Ducks
USBL - USA
3.3
2.0
0.5
0.5

COLLEGE AVERAGES
Year
Team
League
PPG
RPG
APG
SPG
2000-01
Bowie State University
NCAA - D2
14.0
3.2
3.0
0.5
1999-20
Bowie State University
NCAA - D2
12.4
2.4
2.9
0.7
1998-99
Prince George's CC
NJCAA
17.9
4.0
4.8
1.8
1997-98
Prince George's CC
NJCAA
15.0
3.2
4.1
0.5




 

 
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0 Randy Gill PG
21 Todd Galloway PG
0 Anin Norris PF
8 Cedric Henderson SF
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