Former NBA champion Scot Pollard voted off Survivor

Scot Pollard lasted 27 days on an island with strangers.
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Former Kansas Jayhawk and NBA basketball player Scot Pollard was voted off the 32nd season of CBS’s Survivor after 27 days in Koh Rong, Cambodia.

The“Survivor: Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty” season pit contestants against each other based on their intelligence, athleticism and attractiveness. Pollard started off on the Brawn tribe before merging with other members.

Pollard had the third-longest run by a professional athlete on Survivor.

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After four years with Kansas from 1993 to ’97, Pollard went on to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Detroit Pistons, Indiana Pacers and Sacramento Kings. He was also member of the 2008 NBA Finals-winning Boston Celtics before retiring.

Below is a list of former professional athletes to participate on Survivor:

Ethan Zohn, former professional soccer player – Winner of Survivor season three

Gary Hogeboom, former NFL player – Lasted 30 days on Survivor season 11

Jeff Kent, former MLB player – Lasted 22 days on Survivor season 25

Brad Culpepper, former NFL player – Lasted 14 days on Survivor season 27

John Rocker, former MLB player – Lasted 8 days on Survivor season 29

(Former NFL coach Jimmy Johnson lasted eight days on season 21)

- Chris Chavez