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									Wesley Fluellen
977 Eddy Road
Cleveland, OH 44108
Date of Birth: 2/4/78
Position: 1 – 3
Height/Weight: 6’ 6” - 200 lbs

-Otis Smith, Orlando Magic Assistant General Manager.
“He has a pull-up 15-foot jumper that most players lack
in the NBA. Plays with the fluidness of a guard and the
strength of a forward. He plays the passing lanes very well. It is
rare to find an athlete with such a work ethic at any level.”
-Tim Grqurich, Denver Nuggets Assistant coach.
“Wesley Fluellen is one of the hardest working players that I have ever seen. He
can do a lot of things on the court, which makes him a coaches dream to have.”
-Johnny Davis, Indiana Pacers Assistant coach.
“Wesley is a very hard worker, who can play outside and inside 1, 2, or three.
He played great for me when I was coaching the Magic. He has what every
coach is looking for, which is a great game, competitiveness, and most
importantly a great attitude.

Featured in Slam Magazine- June 2006, Page 90.

1997 – 2002
Played at Robert Morris University, Graduated 2002
Position: Shooting Guard, Small Forward

During his college career, Wesley entered the top 10 in numerous categories of
Colonial career records books, including being inducted into the “Over 1000 Pts.
Scored Club”.

       Strengths:
        All around player
        An inside/outside threat
        Quick offensively & defensively
        Left-hander
        Strong ball handling skills

       Achievements
        MVP For Robert Morris University
        Player Of The Week – (4)
        1st & 2nd Team Awards

       Career Highs
        PTS – 31 on (3) occasions
        FGM - 14
        3 FG – 6
        FTM – 10
        REB - 10
        AST – 7
         BLK – 2
         STL – 5
         MIN – 40
         Field Goal Percentage – 55%

NBA Summer League 2003
Position: Point Guard
        Played for CMX Sports
        Averaged 12 PTS, 7 AST, 6 REB, 2 STL
        Worked out with Don Sellers – scout for Memphis Grizzlies
EBA 2004
Position: Point Guard, Shooting Guard, Small Forward
        Super League – Burger King Limerick
        Averaged – 25 PTS, 7 AST, 6 REB, 3 STL

USBL 2003
Position: Shooting Guard, Small Forward
       Played for Daryl Dawkins – Coach for Pennsylvania Valley Dawgs

NBA Summer League in Orlando Florida 2004
Position: Shooting guard, Point guard
    Played for the Orlando Magic
    Averaged 6 PTS, 4 AST, 2 REB

Long Beach Pro Summer League 2004
Position: Shooting guard, Small Forward
    Played for I CAN of CMX Sports
    Averaged 10 PTS, 4 AST, 5 REB, 2 STL

Los Angeles Pro Summer League 2004
Position: Point Guard, Shooting guard
    Played for Team Real Run
    Averaged 22 PTS, 5 AST, 6 REB, 3 STL


ABA (American basketball Association), 2004 - 2005
Position: Shooting Guard
    Played for the Pennsylvania Pitbulls
    Lead the league in field goal percentage at 66%
    Lead the league in 3 point percentage at 62%
    Lead the PitBulls in scoring at 18 points a game


ABA (American basketball Association), 2005 - 2006
Position: Shooting Guard
    Played for the Pittsburgh Explosion
    Lead the league in field goal percentage at 60%
    Lead the league in 3 point percentage at 55%
    Lead the Explosion in scoring at 20 points a game
Gambia, Africa 2006
Position: Point Guard, Shooting Guard
Played three national games, averaged 25 pts, 8 assists, 5 rebounds, and 3
steals.

Macedonia, Greece 2006-2007
Position: 1-3
 Played for Strumica
 Averaged 25 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, and 3 steals a game
 Lead the team to a first place position

References
Tim Grqurich           Assistant coach, Denver Nuggets
Don Sellers            Scout, Memphis Grizzlies
Larry Creger           NBA Summer League
Darrell Dawkins Coach for USBL Valley Dawgs
Cleveland Edwards      Scout, Phoenix Suns
Johnny Davis            Assistant coach, Indiana Pacers
Pab Redwood            Coach of the Pennsylvania PitBulls

								
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