Chris McCray

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Chris McCray (born May 27, 1984 in Capitol Heights, Maryland) is an American professional basketball player. He formerly played for the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA.

A 6'5", 205 lb guard, he attended and played basketball collegiately at the University of Maryland, but dismissed from the team after he was found academically ineligible.[1] He was not selected in the 2006 NBA Draft, but signed a free agent contract with the Milwaukee Bucks in September 2006, making the team's 15-player roster.[2]

In August 2005 McCray was involved in a street fight on campus at the University of Maryland, College Park, and he was jailed a night for refusing to leave the scene and resisting arrest.[3][4] Charges of disturbing the public peace, resisting arrest and escaping from custody were later dropped.[5]

Chris now plays basketball overseas and works part-time as a basketball trainer for a company called Beltway Trainer.

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  1. ^ Ex-Terp McCray Catches On With Bucks
  2. ^ http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2006/basketball/nba/09/21/bc.bkn.bucksadditions.ap/
  3. ^ McCray facing three charges after fight - Men's College Basketball - ESPN
  4. ^ Terps' McCray Arrested After Street Fight, Eric Prisbell, The Washington Post, 30 August 2005 retrieved 8 January 2007
  5. ^ Charges Against McCray Dropped, Eric Prisbell, The Washington Post, 19 October 2005 retrieved 8 January 2007

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