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Jalen Rose  G  8
Current Team: Retired
Date Of Birth: Jan 30, 1973 (41 years old)
Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan (United States)
Nationality: United States
Height: 6-8 (203cm)      Weight: 210 (95kg)   
Current Agent: Arn Tellem
Current NBA Status: Retired (Nov 1, 2007)

Draft Entry: 1994 NBA Draft
Early Entry Info: 1994 Early Entrant
Pre-Draft Team: Michigan (Jr)
Draft Rights Trade: N/A
Draft Rights Renounced: N/A
High School: Southwestern High School [Detroit, Michigan (United States)]

Jalen Rose News

Michigan To Address Disassociation With Fab Five When Chris Webber Ban Ends

Michigan’s self-imposed disassociation with the Fab Five ends in May.

Michigan President Opposed To Re-Raising 'Fab Five' Banners

Chris Webber’s 10-year disassociation period with Michigan is set to end in 2013.

Jalen Rose, Grant Hill To Partner In Building Charter School

Grant Hill has agreed to help support Jalen Rose's charter school in Detroit.

Jalen Rose Arrested In Early March On Drunken Driving Charge

Jalen Rose was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving on March 11th in Michigan.

Grant Hill Responds To 'Fab Five'

Grant Hill, who took some verbal abuse in the ESPN documentary, got some things off his chest in a New York Times essay.

Fab Five Documentary Sets ESPN Ratings Record

The two-hour documentary was seen by more than 2 million households.

Bobby Hurley Fires Back At Fab Five

Bobby Hurley took offense to some comments the Fab Five made about Duke university.

Jalen Rose Felt Duke Recruited 'Uncle Toms'

Jalen Rose had some disparaging words for Duke when talking about the forthcoming documentary on the Fab Five.

Fab Five Documentary Receives Positive Review

The two-hour film airs March 13 on ESPN and depicts the story of Fab Five teammates Jalen Rose, Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson.

30 For 30 Documentary On Fab Five To Air On Eve Of Tourney

Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson were part of Michigan's freshman class in the 91-92 that reached the NCAA championship game in 1992 and 1993.

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