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#42 Cornelius McFadgon
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  • Retired after 2010 season
  • SG
  • 6'5" / 205lbs
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  • 05/06/1982
  • USA
  • Undrafted, 2005
  • Tennessee
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March 19, 2013

Cornelius McFadgon - According to his Twitter, McFadgon is chillin' and traveling.

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November 15, 2010

115th: - Austin Toros - Cornelius "Scooter" McFadgon, Tennessee

McFadgon is a D-League veteran. He was in it last season, and used to be one of the best player's in it. Here's a blurb about what he did last year:

Scoot-Mac started the year in France to play for Brest. (French people do know that this is a funny place name, don't they?) Brest only play in the French second division, yet McFadgon was released before the season started (apparently due to injury) and returned to the D-League, drafted as a member of the expansion Maine Red Claws. He was waived in late November before the season began, and moved to Argentina to play for Quilmes Mar del Plata. In 26 Argentinian league games, Scooter has averaged 10.8 points in 24 minutes per game.


Scoots averaged 18.6 points per game for the Bakersfield Jam in 2006/07, plus 16.0ppg more the following year. He averaged similar numbers in his final two years for Tennessee, transferring into the program during a down time and giving them something to cheer for, and earning a training camp contract with the Hornets in 2006. Fadge had no three point jumpshot and relied upon slashing and mid-range jumpers for his points, so they weren't the most inefficient points in the world. However, they were still points, and his production has tailed off quite a lot since then, as evidenced by the previous blurb. Scooter never could defend and still can't; now nearly 29 years of age, he's barely on the cusp of a league he once shone in.

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April 8, 2010

- Cornelius McFadgon

Scoot-Mac started the year in France to play for Brest. (French people do know that this is a funny place name, don't they?) Brest only play in the French second division, yet McFadgon was released before the season started (apparently due to injury) and returned to the D-League, drafted as a member of the expansion Maine Red Claws. He was waived in late November before the season began, and moved to Argentina to play for Quilmes Mar del Plata. In 26 Argentinian league games, Scooter has averaged 10.8 points in 24 minutes per game.

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