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Wayne Yearwood (born September 22, 1964) is a former professional and Olympic basketball player from Canada, who was with the Canadian national team. Born in Montreal, Quebec, he played for Team Canada at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, along with his friend and teammate Dwight Walton, and played seven years with the Canadian national team along with Steve Nash for several years, and eight years playing professionally in Europe.
Yearwood is currently the head basketball coach for the men's AAA team at Dawson College in Montreal. Yearwood played college basketball in Canada at Dawson College in Montreal, with friends and teammates Dwight Walton and Trevor C. Williams. In the United States he played NCAA Division I college basketball at West Virginia University.
- FrozenHoops.com History of NBA basketball in Canada. Selection of Top 100 Canadian players of all time
He also played in Greek basketball league (1st division) with the colors of APOLLON PATRON.
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