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Amal McCaskill
Center
Born October 28, 1973 (1973-10-28) (age 36)
Maywood, Illinois
Listed height 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)
Listed weight 235 lb (107 kg)
High school Saint Joseph in Westchester, Illinois
College Marquette
Draft 2nd round, 49th pick, 1996
Orlando Magic
Pro career 1996–present
Former teams Orlando Magic (1996-1997)
Fort Wayne Fury (1997-1998)
FC Barcelona (1998)
Panionios Athens (1998-1999)
Baloncesto León Caja España (1999)
Proaguas Costablanca Alicante (2000-2001)
San Antonio Spurs (2001-2002)
Atlanta Hawks (2002-2003)
Fórum Filatélico (2003)

Philadelphia 76ers (2003-2004)
Fortitudo Bologna (2004-2005)
Sagesse (2005)
Los Barrios (2006)
Albany Patroons (2007-2008)
Magnolia Beverage Masters
Qingdao Doublestar (2009)

Amal Omari McCaskill (born October 28, 1973 in Maywood, Illinois) is an American professional basketball player, at the center position.

After a four-year career at Marquette University, McCaskill was selected by the National Basketball Association's Orlando Magic with the 49th pick (2nd round) of the 1996 NBA Draft. He appeared in 4 seasons with as many teams: 1996-97 with Orlando, 2001-02 with the San Antonio Spurs, 2002-03 with the Atlanta Hawks and 2003-04 with the Philadelphia 76ers.

After his release from Orlando in 1997 (and Philadelphia in 2004), McCaskill played as an import in Greece, Spain, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Italy and Lebanon. In the United States, McCaskill also appeared for the CBA's Fort Wayne Fury in 1997-98, and the Albany Patroons (2007-08).

In June 2008, McCaskill moved to the Philippine Basketball Association, as an import for the Magnolia Beverage Masters, helping it reach the semi-finals.[1]

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