Ronn McMahon

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This page is on the basketball Canadian point guard. For the American basketball swingman of the similar name see Ronnie McMahan.

Ronn McMahon is a former member of the Canadian national men's basketball team. He is also a career steals leader in NCAA Division I basketball.

A point guard, McMahon ended his collegiate career with Eastern Washington University college basketball's second best steals getter, with a 3.52 average per game, 225 over his 3-year career, an average that trails only Mookie Blaylock's 3.8. McMahon's 9 steals in a December, 1989 game against Portland State is a school all-time record. He was named to the Big Sky all-conference first-team for 1990. He was a top three rated player for the school between 1980 and 1994.[1] He stood as of January 2006 the Big Sky's 14th career assist leader with 421.

McMahon was Canada's starting point guard at the 1994 FIBA World Championship as well as the 1992 FIBA Tournament of the Americas. They finished 7th and 5th respectively in these tournaments.

McMahon played professionally in 1991-92 with the Yakima Sun Kings of the Continental Basketball Association. Born in Provo, Utah, Ronn now lives in Tacoma, Washington with his family. Ronn works for the YMCA and still plays basketball all the time.

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