Check out this full-court play by UC Irvine involving 7-foot-6 Mamadou Ndiaye's height to send UC Irvine to overtime and eventually a win.
For the last three years, 7-foot-6 center Mamadou Ndiaye has been one of college basketball's true novelties. However, what isn't discussed enough is the effect he has on the floor, and the effect he's had on a school without much in the way of a basketball tradition.
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