Q&A: 1-on-1 with Hamady N'Diaye

Former Rutgers center and 2009 NBA draft pick Hamady N'Diaye visited his former team this week and helped them prepare for arch-rival Seton Hall. N'Diaye, who was recently waived by the Washington Wizards, discussed his return home and persistence throughout the process.
February 25, 2012

Excited Ndiaye Bound for Washington

After getting drafted by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the second round (56th overall), center Hamady Ndiaye had his rights sent to the Washington Wizards. As he told ScarletReport.com after the draft, it capped an emotional day that included tears being shed on another continent, a dream being closer to realized and the culmination of a lot of hard work.
June 24, 2010

Hamady Ndiaye Selected in Second Round

Former Rutgers center Hamady Ndiaye had to wait nearly all night, but at least it was worth it. The 7-footer was selected with the 56th pick overall in Thursday's draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves. Ndiaye is the first Rutgers players in four years to be drafted.
June 24, 2010

Anxious Ndiaye Ready for Thursday's NBA Draft

Former Rutgers center Hamady Ndiaye will spend a anxious next 24 hours as he awaits Thursday night'ss NBA Draft. The 7-footer worked out for approximatley a dozen teams and had a strong performance at the Portsmouth (Va.) Invitational Tournament, but what does that mean for his draft status? On the eve of the draft, Ndiaye spoke with ScarletReport.com to give his thoughts on what is going on.
June 23, 2010

Video: Ndiaye talks about close of his career

Rutgers senior center Hamady Ndiaye had five blocks to set the school career mark with 358, breaking Roy Hinson's mark by three, in the first round of the Big East tournament. However, it was bittersweet for Ndiaye because his Scarlet Knights career is over after the 69-68 loss. Ndiaye talked about what he accomplished in his career, and what his future holds.
March 9, 2010

Video: Ndiaye's reacts to being Defensive POY

Rutgers senior center Hamady Ndiaye was named Big East Defensive Player of the Year on Monday. After the team practice, and before it departed for New York and the Big East tournament, the 7-footer stopped to talk about the honor, what it meant, and why he was speechless for one of the few times in his life. Ndiaye leads the league in blocked shots (4.52 bpg), and is third nationally.
March 8, 2010

Ndiaye named Big East's Defensive POY

Rutgers senior center Hamady Ndiaye was named the Big East's defensive player of the year by the league's coaches after leading the conference in blocked shots. Ndiaye ranks third nationally in blocks (4.52 per game), and has more blocked shots than 11 teams in the conference. He is the second Scarlet Knight to win a major conference award since Rutgers entered the Big East.
March 8, 2010

Video: Ndiaye's Reflections of Senior Night

Rutgers center Hamady Ndiaye was honored during a pre-game ceremony celebrating Senior Night. His parents flew in from Senegal to watch him play, and it was the first time his mother saw Ndiaye play in person. After the loss to Seton Hall, Ndiaye reflected on the emotions of the evening, including a near-altercation midway through the second half.
March 5, 2010