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Daniel Theodore Tieman (November 30, 1940 – October 30, 2012) was an American basketball player, coach, and teacher. Tieman graduated from Covington Catholic High School in Kentucky in 1958, then played basketball and baseball at Villa Madonna College, today known as Thomas More University, graduating in 1962. He was the basketball team's MVP in 1960 and 1961, and he appeared in the 1960 NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. In his college career, he recorded 1,454 points and 319 assists. Tieman was drafted by the Kansas City Steers of the American Basketball League, but was later invited to play with the National Basketball Association's Cincinnati Royals, who were coached by Tieman's college coach, Charlie Wolf. Tieman played in 29 games with the Cincinnati Royals during the 1962–

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  • Daniel Theodore "Dan" Tieman (nacido el 30 de noviembre de 1940 en Covington, Kentucky y fallecido el 30 de octubre de 2012 en Park Hills, Kentucky) fue un jugador y entrenador de baloncesto estadounidense que jugó una temporada en la NBA. Con 1,83 metros de estatura, lo hacía en la posición de base.
  • Daniel Theodore "Dan" Tieman (Covington, 30 novembre 1940 – 30 ottobre 2012) è stato un cestista e allenatore di pallacanestro statunitense, professionista nella NBA.
  • Daniel Theodore Tieman (November 30, 1940 – October 30, 2012) was an American basketball player, coach, and teacher. Tieman graduated from Covington Catholic High School in Kentucky in 1958, then played basketball and baseball at Villa Madonna College, today known as Thomas More University, graduating in 1962. He was the basketball team's MVP in 1960 and 1961, and he appeared in the 1960 NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. In his college career, he recorded 1,454 points and 319 assists. Tieman was drafted by the Kansas City Steers of the American Basketball League, but was later invited to play with the National Basketball Association's Cincinnati Royals, who were coached by Tieman's college coach, Charlie Wolf. Tieman played in 29 games with the Cincinnati Royals during the 1962–
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