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NYP99060802 - 8 JUNE 1999 - NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA: New York Knicks #23 Marcus Camby, dunks the ball June 7, in the fourth game of the Eastern Conference Final against the Indiana Pacers at Madison Square Garden. Marcus Camby, was the Knicks high scorer with 18 points. Indiana Pacers won the game 90-78. wy/hrc/Hayden Roger Celestin UPI
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Marcus D. Camby (born March 22, 1974 in Hartford, Connecticut) is an American professional basketball player, who currently plays for the Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA. He is a former Defensive Player of the Year during the 2006–07 NBA season, leading the league in blocked shots per game. Camby is also a two-time member of the NBA all-defensive team.

Camby, a native of Connecticut, began his high school career at Conard High School in West Hartford. He transferred to Hartford Public High School where he finished his high school education. In his senior season, Camby averaged 27 points, 11 rebounds, 8 blocks and 8 assists, en route to a 27-0 record and state title. He was named Gatorade's Connecticut Player of the Year.

Camby played three seasons for the UMass Minutemen. He is second all-time in total blocked shots (336) at UMass and the fourth-ever college player to have at least 300 total career blocked shots. He had an NCAA freshman record 105 total rejections during his first year at UMass, and was named the Atlantic 10's Freshman of the Year. Camby was named to the A-10's First Team during his sophomore season in 1994-95, as the Minutemen reached the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament.

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