Dewayne Jamal Dedmon is an American professional basketball player for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association. He plays college basketball for Antelope Valley College and USC.
|Born||August 12, 1989, Lancaster, California|
|Listed height||7 ft 0 in|
|Listed weight||245 lb|
|High school||Lancaster (Lancaster, California)|
|College||Antelope Valley College (2009–2010), USC (2011–2013)|
|NBA draft||2013 / Round / Pick|
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Center who signed with the Golden State Warriors as an undrafted free agent in 2013. After time with the Warriors and 76ers, he found a home with the Orlando Magic in 2014.
After spending a year playing basketball at Antelope Valley College, he transferred to USC where he started 49 games in two seasons. He gave up his final year of college eligibility in order to go pro.
In two years at USC, he had 85 blocks, the ninth-most in school history. Known for his defensive play, he's averaged more rebounds than points per game for most of his college and professional career.
He was born to Thomas Dedmon and Gail Lewis and has two sisters. His father tragically killed himself when Dewayne was a child.
He and fellow Trojan-alum Nikola Vucevic became teammates when Dedmon signed with Orlando.
- Male basketball player in Antelope Valley Marauders
- Santa Cruz Warriors players
- Men's basketball players USC Trojans
- Players Orlando Magic
- Miami Heat players
- Sacramento Kings players
- Athletes in Los Angeles County, California
- San Antonio Spurs players
- Golden State Warriors Players
- Atlanta Hawks players
- Players Philadelphia 76ers
Latest information about Dewayne Dedmon updated on June 19 2021.