July 20, 2010
Identical twin brothers Terry and Tedd Nealey had the opportunity to rub shoulders with basketball giants earlier this month when they were in Eugene, Ore., for the World Maxi Pan American Games. Terry (second from left), who is from Dayton, and Tedd, who lives in Spokane, took advantage of the this photo opportunity with a trio of Brazilians who were members of their country's 1992 Olympic basketball team that placed fifth in the Barcelona Games. One of Brazil's losses was to the United States' Gold Medal Dream Team, that included the likes of Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan. The three Brazilians, pictured above, are (left to right) Ricardo Guimaraes, Gerson Victalino and Israel Andrade. The trio played on a 50-plus team in Eugene, while the Nealeys were members of a team in the 60-plus age division.
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Dayton's Terry Nealey is a life-long hoops junkie, attorney, and has expanded his political horizons by serving in the state Legislature.
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