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Cory Alexander
PG - 6'1, 190lbs - 49 years old - 7 years of NBA experience
Retired - Retired after 2005 season
  • Birthdate: 06/22/1973
  • Drafted (NBA): 29th pick, 1995
  • Pre-draft team: Virginia
  • Country: USA
  • Hand: Right
  • Agent: -
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Articles about Cory Alexander

March 19, 2013

Cory Alexander - Last time we checked in, Alexander had had some problems. He'd lost all his money, and was suing Bank of America to get it back, claiming it was their fault. It is unclear how successful this action was. But what is clear is that Alexander turned his occasional commentary role on Virginia games into a bigger media career, and is now an analyst and announcer on the ACC Network.

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April 19, 2011

Cory Alexander - Last time we checked in on Alexander, he was working as an announcer for Virginia games. He still is, but not entirely by design. That link is to a very lengthy breakdown of Alexander's post-retirement life; long story short, he's lost all his money, and he's suing Bank of America for it back.

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December 29, 2009

- Cory Alexander

Alexander fell out of the NBA in 2001 after bouncing between Denver, San Antonio and Orlando for a few years, but he didn't hitch on straight away with the first six figure European contract that he could get. Instead, he sat out the 2001/02 season, and then went to the D-League for a year, where he starred as a veteran amongst whippersnappers and built himself a new CV. Alexander DID sign in Italy with Lottomatica Roma for the 2003/04 season, and performed pretty well for a Euroleague-calibre team, but the D-League came first for Alexander (and also afterwards; he went back there or the 2004/05 season too). Seemingly it worked, because Alexander DID get back into the league, playing a few games for the expansion Bobcats as Brevin Knight's mentor (maybe). This Bobcats gig was also Alexander's last, and he now works as a radio announcer for University of Virginia games.

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