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|Born||February 27, 1965|
Los Angeles, California, United States
|Listed height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Listed weight||195 lb (88 kg)|
|High school||Highlands (North Highlands, California)|
|College||Cuesta College (1983–1985)|
Cal Poly (1985–1987)
Sean Chambers (born February 27, 1965) is a retired American professional basketball player, best known for being a resident import of the Alaska Aces basketball team in the Philippine Basketball Association from 1989-2001.
A two-time NABC all-American while playing for Cal Poly in California, Chambers was asked to try out for the United States Athletics team to the 1988 Seoul Olympics but preferred to stick to basketball. He once held the record in high jump for his school. Chambers went to Manila with the Los Angeles Jaguars to play in the first PBA-IBA World Challenge series. In a sideshow, Chambers topped the special slam dunk competition. He went back the following year with the Jaguars and in 1989 PBA First Conference, he was hired by then Alaska coach Bogs Adornado to replace Carl Lott as their import.
In 1991, Chambers led the Alaska Milkmen to their first-ever PBA championship, and finally got an award when he was named only the second 100 percent performer of the PBA since Norman Black won the award in 1983. For the whole of 1991 PBA season, Chambers averaged 37.7 points in two conferences in a total of 34 games, He played 10 more seasons in the PBA with Alaska, and had the most number of titles among imports, including a grand slam in 1996.
He now works at Fern Bacon Middle School as the Dean of Students.
- "Cal Poly". Gopoly.com. Retrieved 13 November 2018.
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- Giongco, Mark. "Cone disappointed as 'shoo-in' Chambers fails to get PBA Hall of Fame nod". Sports.inquirer.net. Retrieved 13 November 2018.