NBA D-LEAGUE WNBA WIRELESS FANTASY NBA TV STORE NBA TICKETS HELP


NBA Draft caps
available now!

Prospect Profile:
Mustafa Al-Sayyad

Full Name: Mustafa Maghoub Abdel Rahman Al-Sayyad
Position: Forward
Height/Weight: 6-9 (2.05 m) / 240 (108.9 kg)
Birthdate: September 13, 1982 (Khartoum, Sudan)
High School: Washington Academy (Johnson City, Tenn.)
College: Fresno State
(Sudan)
NBA Draft 2004
NBA Draft 2004 Home
Draft Bios Home

Fresno State
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2000-01 32 0 29 53 .547 17 32 .531 0 0 78 7 5 17 75 2.30
2001-02 32 1 32 64 .500 19 34 .559 0 1 .000 87 4 7 12 83 2.90
2002-03 6 0 5 9 .556 6 7 .857 0 0 18 0 1 16 16 2.70
2003-04 29 29 96 159 .604 52 85 .612 0 0 213 22 13 39 244 8.40
2004-05 30 29 130 225 .578 66 110 .600 1 1 .000 223 27 12 70 327 10.9
Totals 129 59 292 510 .572 160 268 .597 1 2 .500 619 60 38 140 745 5.80

Played one season of American high school basketball at Washington Academy in Tennessee. Was discovered playing for the Qatar's Junior National Team. He struck up a friendship with Fatah Muraisi, a Captain in the United States Army, who helped bring him to the states to pursue an education and basketball career.

Career Highlights: Second Team All-WAC selection as a senior. Averaged 9.0 points, 7.3 rebounds and 3.3 blocks in three games at the 2005 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament.

Senior (2004-05): Started 29 of 30 games. Led the WAC in blocks (2.4 bpg). Was Fresno State’s leading rebounder (7.4 rpg) and third-leading scorer (10.9 ppg). Scored in double figures 15 times and had four double-digit rebounding games. Posted four double-doubles. Had a school-record 11 blocks against Buffalo on Feb. 19. Followed that up with seven blocks against Tulsa. Tallied 20 points and seven rebounds in a win over Nevada.

Junior (2003-04): Started all 29 games and averaged a team-high 7.3 rebounds and 1.4 blocks, second-most in the conference. Named to WAC All-Defensive Team. Averaged 8.4 points. Had four double-doubles. Had 24 points and 11 rebounds against Hawaii.

(2002-03): Appeared in six games before declaring a medical redshirt, due to knee pain he was suffering. Was granted another full season of eligibility.

Sophomore (2001-02): Appeared in 32 games with one start. Averaged 2.9 points and 3.0 rebounds. Scored a season-high 13 points on two occasions. Tallied 13 points and 11 rebounds against Air Force

Freshman (2000-01): Came off the bench in 32 games. Ranked third on the team in field goal percentage (.547). Scored a season-high 15 points in his first collegiate game against St. Mary’s.

Strengths: Runs the floor extremely well for a big man and shows great instincts on defense in terms of blocking and altering shots. A bit raw offensively, though he shows decent shooting mechanics.

Personal: Son of Jalila Ali and the late Mahqoub Al-Sayyad. Played soccer in his native Sudan.

NBA D-LEAGUE WNBA WIRELESS FANTASY NBA TV STORE NBA TICKETS HELP