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Shawn Paul Bradley (born March 22, 1972) is a retired American and
German (dual citizen) basketball player who played center for the Philadelphia 76ers,
the New Jersey Nets and the Dallas Mavericks in the National Basketball Association.
Though born in Landstuhl, West Germany, Bradley grew up in Castle Dale, Utah. As
of 2006, Bradley and his wife Annette have six children: daughters Cheyenne, Ciera,
Chelsea, and Charity and sons Chance and Chase. He lives as a Utah cattle rancher
and enjoys baseball, water skiing and horseback riding and likes listening to country
Bradley is a devout Mormon. When he was 19, he served for
two years as a Mormon missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
in New South Wales, Australia.
Bradley has participated in many charitable
endeavors. In the 2000-01 season he donated $25 for each blocked shot to Bryan's
House, a managed facility for children affected by HIV and AIDS. He is a national
spokesman for the Children's Miracle Network. Bradley has also participated in the "Basketball
Without Borders" program with other NBA players like Dikembe Mutombo, DeSagana
Diop and Malik Rose and found his experiences with children in Africa uplifting.
He and his family have also participated in treating leprosy colonies in India through
the Rising Star Outreach.Bradley had a role in the forgettable film Space Jam in
1996, depicted as one of the NBA stars who lose their talent alongside Muggsy Bogues,
Larry Johnson, Charles Barkley, and Patrick Ewing. He also appeared as himself in
an episode of Walker, Texas Ranger, and had a cameo appearance as an auto mechanic
in The Singles Ward movie. In 2011, he appeared in a music video tribute to
Jimmer Fredette, along with former BYU football star Chad Lewis and legendary coach
LaVell Edwards.On March 19, 2010, Bradley filed papers to run as a Republican against
incumbent Democratic Rep. Tim Cosgrove for the 44th District seat in the Utah House
of Representatives. On November 2, 2010, Bradley lost the election to Cosgrove,
earning 46.49% of the vote against Cosgrove's 51.13%.