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Xavier Maurice McDaniel (born June 4, 1963, in Columbia, South Carolinamarker) is a retired American National Basketball Association (NBA) player who, at 6 ft 7 in, played both small forward and power forward.


While at Wichita Statemarker, McDaniel was the first person to lead the nation in both rebounding and scoring in the same season.

McDaniel was selected by the Seattle SuperSonics in the 1st round (4th overall) of the 1985 NBA Draft and he played for the Seattle SuperSonics, Phoenix Suns, New York Knicks, Boston Celtics, and New Jersey Nets. While he was with the SuperSonics, McDaniel was part of the "Big Mac," which included 2 other players (Nate McMillan and Derrick McKey).

In 1995, McDaniel moved in Europe to play for Iraklis BC and he was Greek cup finalist in March 1996.

Television and movie appearances

Xavier McDaniel made his motion picture debut in 1992 when he made a brief cameo in the film Singles. In that movie, McDaniel appears in a "breaking the fourth wall" fantasy sequence when Campbell Scott begins thinking about the basketball pro while Scott is having an intimate romantic interlude. McDaniel comically tells Campbell Scott's character, "Steve, don't cum yet." A year later McDaniel was featured on the TV sitcom Married... with Children in the Season 8 episode "A Tisket, a Tasket, Can Peg Make a Basket?" McDaniel played an NBA All-Star in that episode who roughs up lead character Al Bundy after his wife pesters the All-Star during a basketball match.

After retiring McDaniel appeared on Spike TV's televised slamball games where he coached the Riders squad in 2003. Afterwards he made a few appearances on the reality TV game show Pros vs Joes in 2006. Xavier McDaniel played on the Orange "All-Star" Team with fellow NBA star Clyde Drexler on an episode of Pros vs Joes, who coincidentally also appeared with McDaniel on the same Married... with Children episode 13 years earlier.

McDaniel who lives in South Carolina was a guest on the "Two Live Stews" radio program where he discussed his life since retirement.

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