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Daley played as a freshman for Nevada. However, he grew homesick and transferred to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). After sitting out a year, he played as a sophomore for the Bruins in 1997–98. Unhappy with the limited playing time he received, he transferred again to Azusa Pacific University. Daley led the Cougars to the NAIA Final Four, and earned the Conference Most Valuable Player honors in 2000.
He played overseas in Australia, Taiwan, the Netherlands and for the Panamanian national team before joining the Harlem Globetrotters after they saw him play in a 2004 summer league. During the team’s 2005 World Tour, Daley played as a dunker and Showman.
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In 2007, Daley became an American citizen. He also received a Sociology degree from Ashford University in 2010. Since retiring from basketball Daley has written an autobiography called “I Never Stopped Smiling”, and delivered speeches based on it, as well as working as a sales manager for Velocity Global.
Michael Jordan's double
Daley was a body double portaying a young Michael Jordan in the Gatorade 2002 commercial "23 vs 39", in which a Bulls-era Jordan takes on his Wizards-era counterpart in a game of 1-on-1. The spot makers interposed a CGI reproduction of a young Jordan onto Daley's body and face in post-production.
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