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David Noel Paris-Levallois Basket Small Forward Personal information Date of birth February 27, 1984 (1984-02-27) (age 27) Place of birth Durham, North Carolina Nationality  United States High school Southern (North Carolina) Listed height 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) Listed weight 230 lb (104 kg) Career information College North Carolina NBA Draft 2006 / 2nd round, 39th overall Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks Pro career 2006–present Career history Milwaukee Bucks (2006-2007) Tulsa 66ers (2008) Albuquerque Thunderbirds (2008-2009) Reno Bighorns (2009) Barangay Ginebra Kings (2009) Chorale Roanne Basket (2009-2010) Paris-Levallois Basket (2010-present) David Anthony Noel III (born February 27, 1984 in Durham, North Carolina) is an American professional basketball player. A graduate of Southern High School in Durham, North Carolina and the University of North Carolina, Noel was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in the second round of the 2006 NBA Draft with their lone pick, 39th overall. Noel averaged 2.7 points, 1.8 rebounds, and 1.0 assists per game during his sole season with the Bucks. On January 20, 2008, David Noel joined the Tulsa 66ers of the NBDL. On November 7, 2008, he was selected with the 14th pick in the first round of the 2008 NBA D-League Draft by the Albuquerque Thunderbirds.[1] On March 2, 2009, Noel was traded to the Reno Bighorns for Antonio Meeking.[2] Later that year, David Noel was chosen by the Barangay Ginebra Kings team of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) to be their import.[3] David Noel played with the French team Chorale Roanne Basket during the 2009-10 season. [4] Awards College Slam Dunk Champion: 2006 PBA Slam Dunk Champion: 2009 PBA All-Star MVP: 2009 Notes ^ 2008 NBA D-League Draft Results ^ "Bighorns ship Meeking to Albuquerque, get David Noel in return". The Reno Gazette Journal. March 3, 2009. http://rgj.com/article/20090303/SPORTS10/90303008/-1/sports10.  ^ New Ginebra Import ^ Pro A Roanne engage David Noel External links David Noel at NBA.com NBA Development League: David Noel Playerfile @ nba.com Bucks Back When ... David Noel @ nba.com New Ginebra Import @ pba.ph Noel on Knicks roster NBA Summer League 2009 @ nba.com Pro A Roanne engage David Noel Paris-Levallois page on Eurobasket.com v · d · e2006 NBA Draft First round Andrea Bargnani · LaMarcus Aldridge · Adam Morrison · Tyrus Thomas · Shelden Williams · Brandon Roy · Randy Foye · Rudy Gay · Patrick O'Bryant · Mouhamed Sene · J. J. Redick · Hilton Armstrong · Thabo Sefolosha · Ronnie Brewer · Cedric Simmons · Rodney Carney · Shawne Williams · Oleksiy Pecherov · Quincy Douby · Renaldo Balkman · Rajon Rondo · Marcus Williams · Josh Boone · Kyle Lowry · Shannon Brown · Jordan Farmar · Sergio Rodríguez · Maurice Ager · Mardy Collins · Joel Freeland Second round James White · Steve Novak · Solomon Jones · Paul Davis · P. J. Tucker · Craig Smith · Bobby Jones · Kosta Perović · David Noel · Denham Brown · James Augustine · Daniel Gibson · Marcus Vinicius · Lior Eliyahu · Alexander Johnson · Dee Brown · Paul Millsap · Vladimir Veremeenko · Leon Powe · Ryan Hollins · Cheikh Samb · Guillermo Diaz · Yotam Halperin · Hassan Adams · Ejike Ugboaja · Edin Bavčić · Loukas Mavrokefalidis · J. R. Pinnock · Damir Markota · Will Blalock v · d · eNorth Carolina Tar Heels Men's Basketball 2004–05 NCAA Champions 0 Jesse Holley | 1 Melvin Scott | 2 Raymond Felton | 3 Reyshawn Terry | 5 Jackie Manuel | 21 Jawad Williams | 22 Wes Miller | 24 Marvin Williams | 32 Rashad McCants | 34 David Noel | 42 Sean May (MOP) Coach Roy Williams v · d · ePhilippine Basketball Association All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Award 1982: Tuadles (unofficial) | 1989: Cabahug | 1990: Lim | 1991: Patrimonio | 1992: Teng | 1993: Caidic | 1994: Paras | 1995: Meneses | 1996: Duremdes | 1997: David | 1998: Meneses | 1999: Paras | 2000: Meneses | 2001: Ildefonso | 2002: No game | 2003: Meneses | 2004: Alapag & Taulava | 2005:  Helterbrand | 2006: Taulava | 2007: Helterbrand & Miller | 2008: Simon | 2009: Noel | 2010: Norwood | 2011: Pingris Persondata Name Noel, David Alternative names Short description Date of birth February 27, 1984 Place of birth Durham, North Carolina Date of death Place of death