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David DiLeo reaches 1,000 career points, credits basketball

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David DiLeo reaches 1,000 career points, credits basketball upbringing By Andrew McDonald | Published 3 hours ago


Ben Suddendorf | Staff Photographer

Junior forward David Dileo puts up a free throw on Dec. 8 at McGuirk Arena.

David DiLeo isn't one to talk about himself. 

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Generally, the junior forward has been a player to lead by his actions and 3-point shot since he arrived at Central Michigan. Ask him a question about how he played and the first thing he will do is give credit to his teammates.

His teammates, however, will be the first to make sure the extra time DiLeo puts in the gym before and after practice doesn't go unnoticed. 

"Dave deserved something like this, man," said senior guard Shawn Roundtree. "He's out here putting up shots whenever he gets the chance and not everyone has the drive to do that.

"He makes us all a lot better and he does so by his actions."

DiLeo is the 33rd Chippewa to hit the 1,000-point marker in men's basketball program history. DiLeo said without his basketball upbringing, it never would have been possible.

David's mother Kay DiLeo worked at Iowa City West High as a tennis and basketball coach.


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