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Malcolm Malik Mackey (born July 11, 1970, in Chattanooga, Tennessee) is a retired American professional basketball player who was selected by the Phoenix Suns in the 1st round (27th overall) of the 1993 NBA Draft. Mackey played only one season in the NBA for the Suns, appearing in 22 games. He also played in preseason (but not in any regular season games) for Dallas Mavericks (1997) and Sacramento Kings (1999). He played collegiately at Georgia Tech and was inducted into the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame in 2005 for being number two in the college's history in rebounds and number one in rebounds professionally. Mackey was known as a physical player at Georgia Tech, and once set a clean screen on Duke's Bobby Hurley that left Hurley crumpled on the floor with a concussion, even though Mackey did not move while setting it.

Mackey also played professionally in Italy for Media Broker Messina (Serie A2, 2000-01), Spain, China, France (3 years), Greece and Puerto Rico, and helped manage the Chattanooga Steamers of the ABA (2004-05).

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