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Extractions: Malik Sealy died in an automobile accident at 4 a.m. on May 20, 2000. He was hit head-on by a drunk driver, traveling the wrong way on Highway 100 in St. Louis Park. He was on his way home from a birthday party for teammate Kevin Garnett. Malik's blood alcohol at the time of the accident was within legal limits. He was just 30 years old. Designed ties and clothing and owned "Malik Sealy XXI, Inc." Played for the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Indiana Pacers, the Detroit Pistons, and the Los Angeles Clippers. Went to college at St. John's. He was the school's second-leading career scorer. Led his high school (Tolentine) to the New York state championship. From the NBA.com message board: I knew him all of 40 days, but those 40 days had such an impact on my life that I wept as I learned of this death. I am very sorry for Lisa, little Malik and his entire family. You are in my prayers. May God bless you all. - Terquin Mott Losing Malik, and the manner in which we all lost him, saddened me deeply. He was a classy, upstanding citizen, and an excellent role model for kids. I'll always remember him, and the picture that stands out the most is the unbridled joy of Malik dog-piled and hugged by teammates on his game-winning three-point bankshot from this season against Indiana. My prayers go to his family and friends I can't imagine your pain. Rest in peace, Malik Sealy.
Extractions: Click here for more on this story Posted: Sunday May 21, 2000 01:59 AM Otto J. Greule/Allsport MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Minnesota Timberwolves swingman Malik Sealy was killed Saturday when his sport-utility vehicle was hit head-on by a pickup truck traveling the wrong way on a divided highway. Sealy, 30, died of head and chest injuries after the 4 a.m. CDT crash on Highway 100 just north of a construction zone in suburban St. Louis Park. He was on his way home after celebrating the 24th birthday of teammate Kevin Garnett , who had admired Sealy as a youth. Timberwolves players and players' wives were at Sealy's home comforting his wife, Lisa, and young son, Malik Remington, said coach Flip Saunders and Kevin McHale, vice president of basketball operations. "This is a sudden and devastating loss to our team," McHale said. "We're in shock. Malik was one of the most popular players in our locker room, and one of the biggest reasons behind our turnaround and success this past season on the court."
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Extractions: By ANNE BUCKLEY Sister Gloria Perez, P.B.V.M., remembers Malik Sealy. She was the dean of discipline at St. Nicholas of Tolentine High School in the Bronx when the NBA basketball great was a student there. He was never in her office because of an infraction of the rules. They had business because he was president of the student council. He also was in the Spanish class she taught. And for the 12 years since then he's visited her every summer at Paterson Catholic High School in New Jersey where she is principal. On Sunday, the day after Malik Sealy was killed in a car crash in a suburb of Minneapolis where he played for the Minnesota Timberwolves, Sister Gloria was remembering many things about the boy who was "such a sweetie" and the young man who stayed that way as success piled upon success. "He will be sorely missed," she said, "by many." She called him "a wonderful young man, decent, moral, loyal to his fine family." She said he was a good student and had a good sense of humor, a knack for clever quips. She was sorry she couldn't remember a couple for me. It was such a sad day.
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Extractions: Career Highlights ... Share Your Memories MINNEAPOLIS, Updated 5:53 p.m. CST May 21, 2000 Minnesota Timberwolves swingman Malik Sealy was killed Saturday when his sport utility vehicle was hit head on by a pickup truck traveling the wrong way on a divided highway. Sealy, 30, was killed about 4 a.m. in a crash on Minnesota Highway 100 near Minnesota Highway 7, just north of a construction zone in St. Louis Park, a Minneapolis suburb. He was on his way home after celebrating Kevin Garnett's 24th birthday. He died of multiple traumatic head and chest injuries, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner said. "He was such a unique individual," Timberwolves President Rob Moor said at a news conference. "His sense of humor is what I'll remember more than anything. His off-the-cuff comments; he could take you by surprise and say the most wonderful things at the perfect time. That's something we'll certainly miss," Moor said. Coach Flip Saunders and Kevin McHale, vice president of basketball operations, and players and players' wives were at Sealy's home offering what comfort they could. Sealy was married and had a young son.