Ronny Turiaf

Ronny Turiaf

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Ronny Turiaf (born January 13, 1983) is a French professional basketball player for the New York Knicks of the NBA. He also plays as a member of the French national basketball team.

Turiaf grew up in Martinique then attended high school in Paris and Gonzaga University in the United States. At Gonzaga, Turiaf played for the Bulldogs basketball team and was the leading West Coast Conference scorer in his senior year. After graduating from Gonzaga, Turiaf entered the 2005 NBA Draft and was picked by the Los Angeles Lakers, where he would play until 2008. He then spent two seasons with the Golden State Warriors and then joined the Knicks.


Early life

Turiaf spent most of his childhood in Martinique, a French overseas department in the Caribbean Sea. Following the advice from his father, Turiaf moved to Paris in 1998, at the age of 15, to attend the National Institute of Physical Education (), a school that combines rigorous secondary education with elite-level athletic training.

In 1999, he made the French Under-18 national team, and in 2000, he helped lead the team to the European title with future NBA stars Tony Parker, Boris Diaw, and Mickaël Piétrus.

College years

In 2001, Turiaf left France after accepting an offer to attend Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, where he played for four years. In his last three years at Gonzaga, he was named First Team All-WCC.<ref name="nbabio"...
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