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Orlando Magic | #10 | Center-Forward











7'2" | 220lb | 22 years

Player Bio


2020-21 SEASON: Played in 32 games (two starts) with Denver, averaging 2.2 ppg. in 5.0 minpg.…Scored a career-high eight points on Mar. 28 vs. Atlanta…Made his first career NBA start on Jan. 12 @ Brooklyn, tallying five points, two rebounds and one assist in 15:49 played…Also appeared in three playoff games, recording two assists and one rebound in 2.0 minpg.

PROFESSIONAL CAREER: Appeared in 39 career NBA regular season games (two starts), all with Denver, averaging 2.8 ppg. and 1.1 rpg. in 6.3 minpg….Played in seven career playoff games, averaging 2.7 ppg. in 3.9 minpg.…Also played in eight career NBA G League regular season games with Windy City, averaging 12.0 ppg., 5.8 rpg. and 2.25 blkpg. in 19.3 minpg.…2019-20: Played in seven games during his rookie campaign with Denver, averaging 5.7 ppg. and 2.7 rpg. in 12.4 minpg.…Made his NBA debut on Aug. 1 vs. Miami, tallying five points, four rebounds and one assist in 11:50 played…Appeared in four postseason outings, averaging 4.8 ppg. and 1.3 rpg. in 5.4 minpg.…Also played in eight games with Windy City of the NBA G League, averaging 12.0 ppg., 5.8 rpg. and 2.25 blkpg. in 19.3 minpg.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Miami in the second round (44th overall) of the 2019 NBA Draft…Draft rights traded from Miami to Denver in exchange for a future second round draft pick and cash considerations (Jun. 21, 2019)…Signed to a two-way contract by Denver (Sep. 6, 2019)…Played with Windy City of the NBA G League (2019-20)…Converted to a standard NBA contract (Nov. 24, 2020)…Traded from Denver to Detroit in exchange for Rodney McGruder and a future second round draft pick (Jan. 10, 2022)…Trade voided (Jan. 13, 2022)…Traded from Denver to Boston along with P.J. Dozier as part of a three-team deal that also included San Antonio; Denver traded a future second round draft pick and cash considerations to San Antonio; Boston traded Juan Hernangomez and cash considerations to San Antonio; San Antonio traded Bryn Forbes to Denver (Jan. 19, 2022)...Traded from Boston along with P.J. Dozier, a future second round draft pick and cash considerations to Orlando in exchange for a future protected second round draft pick (Feb. 10, 2022).


Played and started in nine games during his only season at the University of Oregon (2018-19), averaging 21.0 ppg., 9.6 rpg., 1.0 apg. and 2.67 blkpg. in 29.8 minpg., while shooting .561 (74-132) from the floor and .520 (13-25) from three-point range…Suffered a left foot injury on Dec. 12 and missed the remainder of the season…At the time of his injury, was leading the Ducks in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots…Scored in double figures in all nine games that he played…Recorded four double-doubles…Became the first freshman in Oregon history to begin his career with consecutive double-doubles.


Full name is Bol Manute Bol…Born in Khartoum, Sudan…Named for his late great-grandfather and Dinka chief, Bol Chol Bol…Son of Ajoke Deng and Manute Bol…His late father, Manute, played 10 seasons in the NBA and was known for his many humanitarian efforts…Received his first NCAA Division I scholarship offer from New Mexico State while in the eighth grade…You can follow him on Twitter: @BolBoland on Instagram: @bolbol. In the following year, when Bol was two years old, his family moved to Connecticut as designated political refugees. Upon encouragement from his father, he began playing basketball at age four, although he was initially reluctant. Bol eventually began training with his father in the gym. At age seven, he moved to Olathe, Kansas, a city with a large South Sudanese population. As a 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) seventh grader, Bol featured in a highlight video at an Indianapolis basketball camp that drew attention from CBS Sports and The Washington Post. His first NCAA Division I offer came from New Mexico State, when he was still in the eighth grade.