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#10 Bangaly Fofana
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  • Signed in France
  • Signed with Monaco
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  • 7'0" / 230lbs
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  • 06/03/1989
  • France
  • Undrafted, 2011
  • ASVEL Villeurbanne (France)
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DateLeagueTransaction
16th July, 2012FranceSigned a two year contract with Le Havre.
20th August, 2014FranceSigned a one year contract with Strasbourg.
30th June, 2015FranceSigned a two year extension with Strasbourg.
27th June, 2016FranceLeft Strasbourg.
30th June, 2016FranceSigned a one year contract with Monaco.
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Time PeriodTeam
October 2006 - June 2012ASVEL Villeurbanne (France)
July 2012 - June 2014Le Havre (France)
August 2014 - June 2016Strasbourg (France)
July 2016Utah Jazz (Summer League)
June 2016 - presentMonaco (France)
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June 24, 2011

The same is true of men as it is of women - nothing wrong with a little meat on the bones.


Bangaly Fofana - Fofana is so thin that, if you turn him sideways, he doesn't actually exist. The French big man of African decent is decently athletic, but carries virtually no girth, and is also incredibly raw. He began to get the first decent minutes of his career last season, averaging 10.5 minutes per game in 21 French league contests for ASVEL, returning averages of 3.0 points, 2.8 rebounds and 0.8 blocks per game. He has great shot blocking potential because of his height, long arms and decent mobility. Unfortunately, Fofana is also extremely raw. He can't dribble, post, create, shoot, hit a foul shot, defend the perimeter without fouling, nor defend the interior without fouling. He has Boniface N'Dong potential, but he doesn't have any more potential than, say, Chris Johnson. And having joined basketball so late, Fofana is 22 years old and still a complete project. Any selection of Bangaly Fofana is the ultimate draft-and-stash, and must not be considered with the same level of hype as the Malick Badiane draft-and-stash once was.

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