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Cory Lynn Alexander (born June 22, 1973) is an American former professional basketball player who is now an announcer for college basketball. After a career at the University of Virginia (having graduated with a degree in psychology), Alexander was the 29th overall selection in the 1995 NBA draft, chosen by the San Antonio Spurs. He played for the Spurs, the Denver Nuggets, the Orlando Magic and, after a three-year absence from the NBA, the Charlotte Bobcats. His NBA career averages include 5.5 points and 2.7 assists per game. He later became a commentator for the ACC Network (Raycom Sports). Cory is currently working for ESPN as a college basketball commentator. He also runs Cory Alexander Basketball School in Richmond, Virginia.

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  • Cory Lynn Alexander (born June 22, 1973) is an American former professional basketball player who is now an announcer for college basketball. After a career at the University of Virginia (having graduated with a degree in psychology), Alexander was the 29th overall selection in the 1995 NBA draft, chosen by the San Antonio Spurs. He played for the Spurs, the Denver Nuggets, the Orlando Magic and, after a three-year absence from the NBA, the Charlotte Bobcats. His NBA career averages include 5.5 points and 2.7 assists per game. He later became a commentator for the ACC Network (Raycom Sports). Cory is currently working for ESPN as a college basketball commentator. He also runs Cory Alexander Basketball School in Richmond, Virginia.
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  • Cory Lynn Alexander (born June 22, 1973) is an American former professional basketball player who is now an announcer for college basketball. After a career at the University of Virginia (having graduated with a degree in psychology), Alexander was the 29th overall selection in the 1995 NBA draft, chosen by the San Antonio Spurs. He played for the Spurs, the Denver Nuggets, the Orlando Magic and, after a three-year absence from the NBA, the Charlotte Bobcats. His NBA career averages include 5.5 points and 2.7 assists per game. He later became a commentator for the ACC Network (Raycom Sports). Cory is currently working for ESPN as a college basketball commentator. He also runs Cory Alexander Basketball School in Richmond, Virginia.
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