New Sacramento King Sean May Faces Make-or-Break Year

November 8th, 2009 by Blake Mehigan Leave a reply »

Sean May was a former top pick of the Charlotte Bobcats back in 2005, selected 13th overall. As a Tar Heel, May was an imposing force with his size and his inside-outside game.

He helped lead North Carlina to a national title in 2005 along with Raymond Felton, Marvin Williams, and Rashad McCants.  All three were also top picks by their respective teams.

May has struggled to find consistency thus far due to nagging injuries, plaguing him so much that he has played a mere 82 games in his four-year career. May missed all of the 2007-2008 season recovering from surgery.

The Kings have given the talented but oft-injured big man a shot to redeem himself this season. May has even started the first four games of the year, including the home opener against the Memphis Grizzlies.

During the off-season May worked out vigorously to loose excess weight to reduce the likely hood of injury and be more effective. Despite having a solid preseason May has been off to a slow start so far.

May is posting a scant thre ...

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