Torraye Braggs


Torraye Braggs (given birth to Might 15, 1976) can be an American professional golf ball player given birth to in Fresno, California, formerly from the NBA. After a college career at Xavier University, Braggs was drafted with the Utah Jazz in the next round from the 1998 NBA Draft, and had short stints in the NBA, using the Houston Rockets (November 2003 and March 2005) as well as the Washington Wizards (January–February 2004), averaging 2.1 points per video game. In america, he also performed in the CBA, the ABA as well as the NBDL. Upon graduating from Xavier, Braggs played professionally in twelve different countries, from Spain towards the Philippines. In 2006-2007, Braggs played in Latvian club ASK Rīga, becoming Latvian Golf ball League (LBL) champ for the reason that season, averaging 13,4 points per video game (13 ppg in local competition, 14,4 in Baltic Golf ball Group). In 2008-2009, Braggs performed in the Uruguayan Membership Malvin (FUBB).