Phil Chenier

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Phil Chenier

Date of birth
Oct 30, 1950

Ht: 6'3"Wt: 180 lbs.

College
University of California, Berkeley

Summary
Philip Chenier (born October 30 1950 in Berkeley, California) was a professional basketball player. After playing for Berkeley High School and the University of California at Berkeley, Chenier played professionally for the Washington Bullets in the National Basketball Association from 1971 to 1979. He won a championship with the Bullets in 1978. He also briefly played for the Indiana Pacers and...
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Retired Numbers: Earl Monroe
Wizards Owners Irene and Abe Pollin and the Wizards organization will retire legendary Baltimore Bullet Earl Monroes uniform number 10 on Dec. 1. Features contain Monroes bio, stats, pictures, video features, quotes and articles both past and present.
NBA.com, Jul 01, 2011
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Best NBA players from the University of California (Yahoo! Contributor Network)
These are the best NBA players who also played at the University of California . Players are ranked by their career scoring averages in the NBA. This is a timely list because one of the players listed is a prominent player in the 2011 NBA Finals.
Yahoo! Sports, Jun 02, 2011
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by thesemers Dec 11, 2010
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Washington Wizards Announce Composite 2010-11 TV Broadcast Schedule
The Washington Wizards and Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic have announced the team’s 83-game regional television schedule for the 2010-11 season, which includes 80 regular-season games and three preseason games.
NBA.com, Sep 10, 2010
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Comcast SportsNet to Televise John Wall's Wizards Debut with Five-Game Schedule of NBA Summer League Action
Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, the region’s leading source for television and online sports coverage, has announced it will televise all five Washington Wizards games of the 2010 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.
NBA.com, Jul 09, 2010
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