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Nov 24 2008 2:13PM
  • No. 21
  • Position: Center
  • Height: 6’11” | Weight: 265
  • Years Pro: 8
  • Birthdate: : 5/21/78 (Toronto, Ontario)
  • High School: Eastern School of Commerce
  • College: Kentucky
  • CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

    Selected in the first round (19th overall) of the 2000 NBA Draft by the Charlotte Hornets…traded by the Hornets to the Milwaukee Bucks for Desmond Mason and a first-round draft choice on Oct. 26, 2005…traded by the Bucks to the Portland Trail Blazers for Steve Blake, Brian Skinner and Ha Seung-Jin on July 31, 2006…signed by the New Jersey Nets as a free agent on July 17, 2007…waived by the Nets on Feb. 22, 2008…signed by the Dallas Mavericks as a free agent on Feb. 26, 2008…signed by the HEAT as a free agent on Sept. 2, 2008.

    PROFESSIONAL CAREER:

    Has appeared in 537 regular season games (301 starts) in his eight-year NBA career and has averaged 8.6 points, 7.2 rebounds, 1.03 blocks, 0.6 assists and 24.2 minutes while shooting 47.9 percent from the floor and 65.9 percent from the foul line…has missed 66 games due to injuries, 31 as a DNP-CD, another 17 as a healthy scratch on the inactive list and two for personal reasons…is a one-time NBA All-Star…is a one-time Player of the Month recipient and a one-time Player of the Week winner…has scored in double figures on 218 occasions, including 27 games with at least 20 points…his longest streak of consecutive games scoring in double figures is 22 and occurred from Mar. 17, 2004-Nov. 17, 2004…his longest streak of consecutive 20-point performances is five and occurred from Apr. 6, 2004-Apr. 14, 2004…has grabbed double-figure rebounds on 151 occasions, including three games with at least 20 rebounds…his longest streak of consecutive games with double-figure rebounds is seven and occurred from Mar. 21, 2004-Apr. 3, 2004…has posted 22 20-point/10-rebound outings…has recorded one 20-point/20-rebound game (Mar. 7, 2004 at Toronto)…has registered 108 double-doubles and his longest streak of consecutive games with a double-double is seven and occurred from Mar. 21, 2004-Apr. 3, 2004…his longest streak for consecutive games with a blocked shot is 14 and occurred from Dec. 16, 2003-Jan. 15, 2004…his longest streak of consecutive games played is 290 and occurred from Feb. 6, 2001-Nov. 26, 2004…his longest streak of consecutive games started is 175 and occurred from Oct. 30, 2002-Nov. 26, 2004…four times in his career he has played all 82 games in a season…has registered 33 multi-steal and 141 multi-block games…still ranks among the Hornets all-time leaders in offensive rebounds (3rd-863), total rebounds (3rd-2,532), defensive rebounds (4th-1,669) and blocked shots (4th-399)…has appeared in 36 postseason games (18 starts) and has averaged 9.1 points, 6.3 rebounds, 1.11 blocks, 0.6 assists and 23.3 minutes while shooting 47.7 percent from the floor and 68.2 percent from the foul line…has scored in double figures in 16 postseason contests and grabbed double-figure rebounds on eight occasions…has recorded five postseason double-doubles…has appeared in one NBA All-Star Game and totaled 19 points, eight rebounds, one steal and one block in 21 minutes.

    2007-08 SEASON:

    Split the season between the New Jersey Nets and the Dallas Mavericks…saw action in 31 games (two starts) and averaged 1.8 points (.327 FG%, .455 FT%), 2.9 rebounds, 0.32 blocks, 0.2 assists and 9.2 minutes…missed two games (Jan. 5 at Atlanta and Feb. 12 at Toronto) due to personal reasons, was a DNP-CD on 29 occasions and was a healthy scratch on the inactive list 17 times…grabbed double-figure rebounds once…saw action in 24 games (two starts) with the Nets and averaged 1.8 points (.306 FG%, .452 FT%), 3.4 rebounds, 0.42 blocks, 0.3 assists and 10.8 minutes…topped the Nets in blocks on four occasions and in rebounds and steals once each…in seven games (no starts) with the Mavericks he averaged 1.7 points (.500 FG%, .462 FT%), 1.1 rebounds and 3.9 minutes…had one multi-block game…Season Highs: Eight points (vs. New York, Dec. 5), 12 rebounds (vs. Washington, Nov. 8), three assists (vs. Atlanta, Nov. 6), two blocks (vs. Atlanta, Nov. 6), one steal (vs. Seattle, Apr. 8) and 28:08 minutes (vs. Washington, Nov. 8).

    2006-07 SEASON:

    Started 23 of the 81 games in which he saw action for the Portland Trail Blazers and averaged 6.5 points (.504 FG%, .541 FT%), 6.1 rebounds, 0.81 blocks, 0.4 assists and 21.0 minutes…was a DNP-CD once (Feb. 20 vs. Utah)…ranked 37th in the NBA in blocks per game…ranked second on the Trail Blazers in offensive rebounds (151), defensive rebounds (341), total rebounds (492) and double-doubles (6) and fourth in blocks (66) and free throw attempts (242)…topped the team in scoring once, in rebounds on 21 occasions, in steals five times and in minutes twice…scored in double figures 14 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds on 14 occasions…had three multi-steal and 16 multi-block games…Season Highs: 19 points (at San Antonio, Apr. 9), 16 rebounds (twice), three assists (at Philadelphia, Dec. 11), four blocks (twice), two steals (three times) and 39:47 minutes (vs. L.A. Clippers, Mar. 31).

    2005-06 SEASON:

    Started all 82 games for the Milwaukee Bucks and averaged 9.2 points (.467 FG%, .535 FT%), 9.5 rebounds, 0.98 blocks, 0.7 assists and 30.1 minutes…was the only Buck to start all 82 games and joined Andrew Bogut as the only two to play all 82 games…ranked fourth in the NBA in defensive rebounds per 48 minutes (10.9), seventh in total rebounds (778), eighth in defensive rebounds (558), 10th in rebounds per game and 32nd in blocks per game…led the Bucks in offensive rebounds (220), defensive rebounds (558), total rebounds (778) and blocks (80)…ranked second on the team in free throws attempted (333) and third in free throws made (178)…topped the team in rebounds a team-high 50 times, in blocks a team-high 38 times and in steals on three occasions…scored in double figures on 40 occasions…grabbed double-figure rebounds 34 times, including one 20-rebound effort…posted 17 double-doubles…matched his career high by grabbing nine offensive rebounds against Indiana on Nov. 12…recorded career highs in both defensive (18) and total (22) rebounds against Charlotte on Jan. 21…had five multi-steal and 19 multi-block games…Season Highs: 17 points (twice), 22 rebounds (vs. Charlotte, Jan. 21), five blocks (vs. Indiana, Nov. 12), four assists (twice), two steals (five times) and 40 minutes (at Charlotte, Jan. 13).

    2004-05 SEASON:

    Started 22 of the 23 games in which he appeared for the New Orleans Hornets and averaged 11.7 points (.432 FG%, .602 FT%), 8.9 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 1.00 blocks and 30.6 minutes…missed a total of 59 games due to injury…missed 51 games (48 on the injured list) from Nov. 28-Mar. 14 after suffering a fractured right ring finger at Phoenix on Nov. 26…was placed on the injured list on Dec. 4 after the team received an injury exemption from the NBA…had his career high streak of 290 consecutive games played snapped when he missed New Orleans’ Nov. 28 game against the Lakers in Los Angeles…had his career high streak of 175 consecutive starts snapped when he came in off the bench in his first game back from the injury against Memphis on Mar. 16…missed the final eight games of the season (Apr. 8-20) due to back spasms…led the team in scoring four times and in rebounds on seven occasions…scored in double figures on 16 occasions, including three 20-point performances…grabbed double-figure rebounds nine times and recorded eight double-doubles…posted three 20-point/10-rebound games…played a career-high 48 minutes at Golden State on Nov. 23 and tied his career highs in points (27), field goals made (9) and field goals attempted (21)…moved into third place on the Hornets all-time rebounds list on Nov. 9 against the Lakers…recorded one multi-steal and seven multi-block games…Season Highs: 27 points (at Golden State, Nov. 23), 17 rebounds (at Minnesota, Mar. 23), four assists (at Memphis, Mar. 26), three blocks (at Chicago. Mar. 18), two steals (vs. L.A. Lakers, Nov. 9) and 48 minutes (at Golden State, Nov. 23).

    2004-05 SEASON:

    Started 22 of the 23 games in which he appeared for the New Orleans Hornets and averaged 11.7 points (.432 FG%, .602 FT%), 8.9 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 1.00 blocks and 30.6 minutes…missed a total of 59 games due to injury…missed 51 games (48 on the injured list) from Nov. 28-Mar. 14 after suffering a fractured right ring finger at Phoenix on Nov. 26…was placed on the injured list on Dec. 4 after the team received an injury exemption from the NBA…had his career high streak of 290 consecutive games played snapped when he missed New Orleans’ Nov. 28 game against the Lakers in Los Angeles…had his career high streak of 175 consecutive starts snapped when he came in off the bench in his first game back from the injury against Memphis on Mar. 16…missed the final eight games of the season (Apr. 8-20) due to back spasms…led the team in scoring four times and in rebounds on seven occasions…scored in double figures on 16 occasions, including three 20-point performances…grabbed double-figure rebounds nine times and recorded eight double-doubles…posted three 20-point/10-rebound games…played a career-high 48 minutes at Golden State on Nov. 23 and tied his career highs in points (27), field goals made (9) and field goals attempted (21)…moved into third place on the Hornets all-time rebounds list on Nov. 9 against the Lakers…recorded one multi-steal and seven multi-block games…Season Highs: 27 points (at Golden State, Nov. 23), 17 rebounds (at Minnesota, Mar. 23), four assists (at Memphis, Mar. 26), three blocks (at Chicago. Mar. 18), two steals (vs. L.A. Lakers, Nov. 9) and 48 minutes (at Golden State, Nov. 23).

    2003-04 SEASON:

    Was the only member of the New Orleans Hornets to start and play in all 82 games and averaged 13.6 points (.473 FG%, .751 FT%), 10.3 rebounds, 1.23 blocks, 1.0 assists and 33.9 minutes…was named a reserve for the Eastern Conference for the All-Star Game in Los Angeles…was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Month for April after averaging 21.7 points and 12.1 rebounds…was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Apr. 11 after averaging 23.0 points and 14.3 rebounds…ranked fifth in the NBA in offensive rebounding (3.3 orpg), tied for seventh in overall rebounding and tied for 27th in field goal percentage…set single-season career highs in minutes played (2777), field goals made (383) and attempted (809), free throws made (353) and attempted (470), free throw percentage, offensive rebounds (268), defensive rebounds (579), total rebounds (847), rebound average, points (1,119) and scoring average…was one of only four players in the Eastern Conference and 11 total players in the NBA to average a double-double in 2003-04…became just the fourth player in franchise history to average a double-double joining Larry Johnson, Anthony Mason and Alonzo Mourning…led the Hornets in minutes played, free throws made and attempted, offensive rebounds, defensive rebounds, total rebounds and blocks and ranked second in field goals made and attempted and points…topped the Hornets in scoring 11 times and in rebounds on 51 occasions…scored in double figures a career-high 62 times, including a career-high 18 20-point performances…recorded a career-high five consecutive 20-point games from Apr. 6-14…grabbed double-figure rebounds a career-high 50 times, including one 20-rebound game…posted 16 20-point/10-rebound efforts, including five straight from Apr. 6-14…recorded his first career 20-point/20-rebound game with 23 points and 21 rebounds at Toronto on Mar. 7…amassed a career-high 45 double-doubles (third in the NBA)…recorded at least one block in a career-high 14 consecutive games from Dec. 16-Jan. 15…scored a career-high 27 points and blocked Tracy McGrady’s potential game-tying shot to preserve the Hornets’ 100-98 win at Orlando on Oct. 30…grabbed a career-high nine offensive rebounds at Detroit on Nov. 23…led the Eastern Conference All-Stars in scoring with 19 points and also added eight rebounds, one steal and one block while shooting 9-16 from the floor in 21 minutes at the 53rd NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles on Feb. 15…amassed career highs in free throws made (15) and attempted (20) against Toronto on Mar. 21…hit a game-winning 11-footer as time expired against Detroit on Mar. 23…moved into third place on the Hornets all-time blocked shots list on Nov. 15 against Portland…moved into third place on the Hornets all-time offensive rebound list against Minnesota on Jan. 13…moved into fourth place among the Hornets all-time leaders in total rebounds against Toronto on Mar. 21…recorded seven multi-steal and 27 multi-block games…Season Highs: 27 points (at Orlando, Oct. 30), 21 rebounds (at Toronto, Mar. 7), four blocks (four times), four assists (at Detroit, Nov. 23), four steals (vs. Orlando, Dec. 3) and 46 minutes (vs. Chicago, Mar. 3).

    2002-03 SEASON:

    Started all 82 games for the New Orleans Hornets and averaged 10.3 points (.480 FG%, .717 FT%), 8.8 rebounds, 1.35 blocks, 1.1 assists and 29.8 minutes…set single-season career highs in blocks (111), assists (88) and steals (49)…ranked tied for fifth in the league in offensive rebounding (3.2 orpg), tied for 12th in overall rebounding and 23rd in blocks…led the Hornets in offensive rebounds (260), defensive rebounds (464), total rebounds (724) and blocks…became the first center in franchise history to play and start all 82 games in a season…was the only Hornet to start all 82 games and one of only two to play in all 82 games (joining Jamal Mashburn)…ranked second on the team in free throws made (231) and attempted (322)…led the team in scoring twice and in rebounds on 31 occasions…scored in double figures on 44 occasions, including four games with 20-or-more points…grabbed double-figure rebounds 30 times, including one 20-rebound effort…recorded a team-high 24 double-doubles (team was 20-4 in those games)…had three 20-point/10-rebound performances…his 20 rebounds against Indiana on Feb. 12 marked the Hornets’ 2002-03 single-game high…registered a career-high seven blocks against Philadelphia on Nov. 19…had nine multi-steal and 28 multi-block games…Season Highs: 22 points (vs. Philadelphia, Jan. 20), 20 rebounds (vs. Indiana, Feb. 12), seven blocks (vs. Philadelphia, Nov. 19), four assists (vs. Memphis, Feb. 21), three steals (twice) and 44 minutes (vs. Memphis, Feb. 21).

    2001-02 SEASON:

    Appeared in all 82 games (eight starts) for the Charlotte Hornets and averaged 8.5 points (career-high .551 FG%, .730 FT%), 5.6 rebounds, 1.05 blocks, 0.4 assists and 18.9 minutes…was one of just two Hornets (joining Baron Davis) to play in all 82 games…led the Hornets in field goal percentage…ranked second on the team in free throws made (243), offensive rebounds (153) and blocks (86) and third in free throws attempted (333), defensive rebounds (308) and total rebounds (461)…topped the Hornets in scoring twice and in rebounds on 11 occasions…scored in double figures 31 times, including a pair of 20-point performances…grabbed double-figure rebounds on 11 occasions and posted eight double-doubles…in his eight starts he averaged 14.5 points and 7.8 rebounds while shooting 67.6 percent from the floor…made his first NBA start at New Jersey on Feb. 24 and totaled eight points, five rebounds, two steals and a block in 25 minutes…had six multi-steal and 21 multi-block games…Season Highs: 22 points (at Washington, Dec. 29), 16 rebounds (at Indiana, Jan. 25), five blocks (vs. New Jersey, Feb. 27), three steals (at Milwaukee, Feb. 18), two assists (four times) and 37 minutes (vs. Miami, Apr. 3).

    2000-01 SEASON:

    Came off the bench in all 74 games in which he appeared for the Charlotte Hornets and averaged 4.6 points (.450 FG%, .655 FT%), 4.0 rebounds, 1.05 blocks, 0.4 assists and 14.8 minutes…missed a total of seven games due to a sore left foot (three games from Dec. 13-16 and four games from Dec. 26-Jan. 1) and one game as a DNP-CD…finished 40th in the NBA in blocks per game…ranked fourth among all rookies in blocks and tied for seventh in rebounding…led the Hornets in rebounds on five occasions…scored in double figures on 11 occasions and grabbed double-figure rebounds twice…made his NBA debut at Atlanta on Oct. 31 and tallied four points and two rebounds in four minutes…had two multi-steal and 22 multi-block games…Season Highs: 16 points (at Toronto, Nov. 20), 10 rebounds (twice), six blocks (vs. Atlanta, Apr. 16), two assists (four times), two steals (twice) and 29 minutes (vs. Chicago, Jan. 9).

    NBA PLAYOFFS:

    2008: Was a healthy scratch on the inactive list for all five games in Dallas’ Opening Round loss to New Orleans…2006: Started all five games in Milwaukee’s Opening Round series against Detroit  and averaged 9.0 points (.474 FG%, .600 FT%), 8.0 rebounds, 1.20 blocks, 1.0 assists and 27.0 minutes…scored in double figures twice and grabbed double-figure rebounds once…matched his postseason career high in both defensive rebounds (nine) and total rebounds (12) in Game 4 against the Pistons on May 1…2004: Started all seven games in New Orleans’ Opening Round series against the HEAT and averaged 11.0 points (.418 FG%, .750 FT%), 9.1 rebounds, 1.00 blocks, 0.7 assists and 34.1 minutes…topped the Hornets in defensive rebounds (48) and ranked second in scoring average, points (77), field goals made (28), free throws made (21) and attempted (28), offensive rebounds (16), total rebounds (64) and blocks (7)…led the Hornets in rebounds four times…scored in double figures five times and grabbed double-figure rebounds on four occasions…posted a pair of double-doubles…matched his career high in field goals made with six in Game 6 at New Orleans on May 2…tied his postseason career high in minutes played with 39 in Game 5 at Miami on Apr. 30…grabbed a postseason career-high nine defensive rebounds in Game 2 at Miami on Apr. 21…recorded a postseason career high in field goal attempts with 14 in Game 1 at Miami on Apr. 18…2003:  Started all six games in New Orleans’ Opening Round series against Philadelphia and averaged 11.5 points (.449 FG%, .758 FT%), 8.3 rebounds, 1.00 blocks, 0.67 steals, 0.3 assists and 31.3 minutes…led the Hornets in defensive rebounds (33) and total rebounds (50), tied for the team lead in free throws made (25) and ranked second in free throw attempts (33), offensive rebounds (17) and blocks (6)…was one of just two Hornets to start all six playoff games (joining P.J. Brown)…topped the Hornets in rebounds three times…grabbed a postseason career-high 12 rebounds in Game 5 at Philadelphia on Apr. 30…recorded postseason career highs in minutes played (39) and steals (2) in Game 4 against the 76ers on Apr. 28…made a postseason career-high six field goals in Game 3 against Philadelphia on Apr. 26…made his first career postseason start in Game 1 at Philadelphia on Apr. 20 and totaled nine points, five rebounds and one block in 28 minutes...2002: Came off the bench in all eight games in which he appeared and averaged 12.3 points (.550 FG%, .761 FT%), 5.6 rebounds, 1.88 blocks, 0.6 assists and 21.0 minutes…led Charlotte in field goal percentage, free throws made (54) and free throws attempted (71) and finished second in blocks (15) in the 2002 postseason…led the Hornets in scoring once…scored in double figures six times, including a postseason career-high five consecutive games from Apr. 23-May 9…grabbed double-figure rebounds twice and recorded a pair of double-doubles…saw action in all four games in the Opening Round series against Orlando and averaged 12.5 points (.579 FG%, .800 FT%), 5.5 rebounds, 1.50 blocks, 0.8 assists and 23.3 minutes…the 12.5 points he averaged against the Magic is a high for him in a playoff series…recorded postseason career highs in free throws made (11), free throws attempted (13) and points (19) in Game 4 at Orlando on Apr. 30…recorded his first career postseason double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds in Game 3 at Orlando on Apr. 27…appeared in four games in Charlotte’s Eastern Conference series against New Jersey and averaged 12.0 points (.524 FG%, .722 FT%), 5.8 rebounds, 2.25 blocks, 0.5 assists and 18.8 minutes…missed Game 1 of the series against New Jersey on May 5 due to an NBA suspension…led the Hornets in free throws made in the New Jersey series with 26 and averaged a team-high nine free throw attempts per game…2001: Came off the bench in all 10 playoff games for the Hornets and averaged 3.9 points (.571 FG%, .304 FT%), 2.8 rebounds, 0.60 blocks, 0.3 assists and 11.0 minutes…in the Hornets’ three-game Opening Round sweep of the HEAT he averaged 2.0 points (.400 FG%, .250 FT%), 2.3 rebounds, 1.00 blocks and 9.7 minutes…made his postseason debut in Game 1 at Miami on Apr. 21 and totaled two points, three rebounds and two blocks in 15 minutes…in Charlotte’s seven-game Easter Conference Semifinals series against Milwaukee he averaged 4.7 points (.609 FG%, .333 FT%), 3.0 rebounds, 0.43 blocks, 0.4 assists and 11.6 minutes.

     

    HONORS:

    HONORS:
    2003-04: Was selected as a reserve for the Eastern Conference for the NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles…was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Month for April…was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Apr. 11.

    COLLEGE:

    Appeared in 145 games (73 starts) during his four-year career at the University of Kentucky and averaged 7.3 points, 5.4 rebounds, 1.85 blocks, 0.4 assists and 19.3 minutes while shooting 50.3 percent from the floor and 63.6 percent from the foul line…finished his career as Kentucky’s all-time leader in blocked shots (268) and ranked fifth in Southeastern Conference history…recorded 37 blocks in NCAA Tournament play, tying Alonzo Mourning for third on the all-time NCAA Tournament list when he graduated…was a member of Kentucky’s 1998 NCAA Championship team…became the 47th player to top the 1,000-point plateau at Kentucky and finished his career as the school’s 42nd leading scorer…originally applied for early entry into the 1999 NBA Draft, but withdrew his name from consideration prior to the draft…became the first Wildcat and only the third SEC player to be named SEC Player of the Week three times in a season when he accomplished the feat as a senior in 1999-2000…started a team-high 33 games as a senior and averaged a career highs in both points (13.2 ppg) and rebounds (9.1 rpg)…was named First Team All-SEC by both the coaches and media as a senior…led the Wildcats in games played, rebounding, field goal percentage (.500) and blocks (54) his final season and ranked second in scoring…tallied an SEC-high 15 double-doubles as a senior…scored a career-high 23 points against Vanderbilt and matched that total later in the season against South Carolina…appeared in 34 games a junior in 1998-99 and averaged 7.0 points, 4.4 rebounds, 1.94 blocks and 19.6 minutes…led the team in blocks (66) as a junior while finishing fourth on the team in rebounding and fifth in scoring…appeared in 38 games (12 starts) during Kentucky’s 1997-98 NCAA championship season and averaged 5.2 points, 4.2 rebounds and 13.8 minutes…shot 71.4 percent from the floor and 80 percent from the foul line in Kentucky’s six NCAA Tournament games in 1998 and also averaged 3.00 blocks en route to the championship…started 22 of the 40 games in which he appeared as a freshman in 1996-97 and averaged 4.9 points, 4.4 rebounds, 1.98 blocks and 15.7 minutes…was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team…led the SEC in blocks in his freshman season.

    PERSONAL:

    Full name is Jamaal Dane Magloire…nickname is “Big Cat” and was given to him by former teammate P.J. Brown because he played for the Kentucky Wildcats…parents are Garth and Marion Magloire…selected his parents as the people who made a difference in his life because of their patience and perseverance with him…has three brothers (Karlon Magloire, Wayne Moore and the late Justin Shephard) and one sister (Natasha Moore)…has a son (Jalen Magloire)…chose his family as his most prized possession…majored in social work at Kentucky because he enjoyed interacting with people…has his own charitable foundation (The Jamaal Magloire Foundation) and his own website (jamaalmagloire.com)…is actively involved with several charities including Youth Deserve a Chance to Dream Foundation (a charity run by his mother), United Mothers Opposing Violence Everywhere (U.M.O.V.E.) and Second Chance…hosted a gala dinner  (The Night of Compassion) in Toronto on Sept. 29, 2005 to help raise money for Hurricane Katrina victims in New Orleans…he also held a drive to collect household items and clothes for the victims in New Orleans…donated $19,000 to Children’s Hospital of New Orleans after pledging $1,000 for every point he scored in the 2004 NBA All-Star Game…runs clinics for underprivileged children in Canada and Trinidad and Tobago during the summer…also runs the Jamaal Magloire Basketball Camp in Toronto during the summer and the Jamaal Magloire Summer League, an organization for basketball-minded adults…sponsors five basketball teams (four boys and one girls) known as JAMBA (Jamaal Magloire Basketball Association) that play within the Ontario Basketball Association...the goal of his league is to help boys and girls play basketball at a high level and teach them that they can achieve their goals on and off the court…hosts a memorial basketball game in honor of his late brother (Justin Shephard) to raise scholarship money for a local basketball star in his brother’s name…made a donation to Scarborough Hospital in his native Toronto to combat SARS virus in April of 2003…spoke at a science workshop for 100 troubled youth in conjuction with the Boys and Girls Club of Toronto in June of 2007…sponsors a float in the largest street festival in North America, The Caribana, in Toronto every year…his Toronto Revellers, one of the largest mas bands in Canada, captured the Band of the Year at the 40th Annual Caribana Parade of Bands in Toronto in 2007…since 2007, he hosts an annual Miss Queen of the Islands Canada Pageant for 18-28 year old females of Caribbean Heritage…says something most people don’t know about him is that he was born and raised in Toronto and his parents are both from Trinidad and Tobago…when he is done playing basketball he would like to coach…his favorite sport other than basketball is soccer and his favorite team is the Trinidad and Tobago National Team…on May 17, 2006 he was given a star on the Scarborough Walk of Fame in Toronto, which honors prominent members of Scarborough’s community…won two provincial championships in high school and had a 67-game winning streak at Eastern School of Commerce in Toronto…selected The Wayans Bros. and The Steve Harvey Show as his favorite television shows and The Ten Commandments as his favorite movie…chose Calypso and Soca, music that originated from Trinidad and Tobago, as his favorite types of music and named Kes, Machel Montano, Shadow, Rootsman, Roy Cape and Maximus Dan among his favorite musical artists…his favorite type of food is Caribbean food and chose D’ Great Iron Pot in Toronto as his favorite restaurant…chose Venice, Italy as his dream vacation destination and Trinidad as the best place he has visited so far because of its excitement and tempo…his game-day routine includes taking a nap…has no tattoos…wears size 18 sneakers.