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Name:Raymond Felton
Hometown:Latta, SC
High School:Latta
Born:June 26, 1984 (34)
Height/Weight:6-1, 198
Position:Point Guard
Pro Team:Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA)
Notes:Basketball, 2002 McDonald's All-American
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Given a chance, Raymond Felton has thrived for Oklahoma City Thunder
The final six games of the NBA regular season, Raymond Felton played at least 10 minutes in each and 24 in Oklahoma City's regular-season finale...

Video: Coby White - The Next Elite UNC Point Guard
Coby White is the next elite UNC point guard. White has led the Tar Heels in scoring 10 times this season and he's the first...

Knicks fans and Thunder players teamed up for a really sweet RAY-MOND FEL-TON chant
Raymond Felton had the best reaction when Knicks fans cheered him during the Thunder’s trip to New York: it was pure joy, with a touch...

UNC Basketball Players in the NBA Updates
There are 10 active former North Carolina players in the NBA. Four UNC players are in the G-League. Rookie Theo Pinson has been called up...

Raymond Felton Fills Up Grocery Carts for Family
Thinking he was an employee, an elderly woman asked Raymond Felton to help her locate an item in the produce section. A smiling Felton guided...

Spreading Smiles at Raymond Felton Holiday Festival
After sending home 200 local families in need with a turkey dinner last month, Raymond Felton, the 14-year NBA veteran teamed up with Big Brothers...

Taking Responsibility: Raymond Felton Explains the Power of Mentorship
In his early 20’s, former UNC point guard and 2005 NCAA champion Raymond Felton saw what he had and others lacked. It wasn’t his lightning...

Raymond Felton provides Thanksgiving assists through Big Brothers Big Sisters
Since 2005, Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Raymond Felton has been giving back to kids and families in need. He started in Charlotte when he...

Lucas: Coby White Soaking Up Knowledge
Coby White had just completed an hour of pickup against an alumni-stocked squad without a loss (that's what happens when your team features Raymond Felton,...

College basketball’s 9 most important freshmen, ranked
Take Nassir Little, who appeared ticketed for Arizona before the FBI investigation hit. He quickly pivoted to North Carolina, proving that the Tar Heels have...


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