One of the most highly touted defensive centers in the league, NBA Champion, NBA All-Star and Olympic gold medalist Tyson Chandler is an exceptionally rare 7-footer who possesses both an inside and outside game. He's a hybrid player who can run the floor, dominate the paint and knock down jumpers. A New York Knicks starter, the 2012 NBA Defensive Player of the Year was the second overall pick in the 2001 NBA Draft, and quickly emerged as the starting center for the Chicago Bulls. After four seasons in the "Windy City," he went on to the New Orleans Hornets, Charlotte Bobcats and Dallas Mavericks. His defensive presence and leadership were lauded not only during the 2011 NBA Playoffs, wherein his Mavericks team won the NBA Championship, but also as a member of Team USA, which brought home the gold medal from the 2012 Olympics in London. Spending much of his upbringing in Compton, Calif., Chandler, who led Dominquez High School to a state championship his senior year, was twice named California's Mr. Basketball.
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