Doza - NBA 2K League

Frederick Mendoza

  • Hometown: Arlington, VA
  • Country: USA
  • 2018 Draft: Round 5, Pick 5 for Pistons GT
  • 2019 Draft: Draft Eligible

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Doza

Frederick Mendoza (Doza) was selected in the first-round (15th overall) by Raptors Uprising GC in the 2019 NBA 2K League Draft. Originally drafted in 2018 by Pistons GT, Mendoza joins the Uprising squad to form a dynamic backcourt duo with Kenneth Hailey (Kenny Got Work). Last year, the native of Virginia averaged 13.5 points per game and 8.2 assists to help Detroit reach the playoffs with a record of 9-5 while finishing third overall in the standings during the regular season. In the offseason, Mendoza and his teammates at “No Smoke,” including 2019 Raptors Uprising GC teammate Trevion Hendrix, were crowned one of the Pro-Am Xbox Season Five champions.

He originally intended to go to university in order to play basketball but readjusted at Old Dominion University where in 2016 he graduated with a degree in Information Technology. After university, he worked at a company that served as a contractor for the United States Navy. That taught him about professionalism and structure, traits that gave him a strong foundation for transitioning to life in esports. Mendoza started playing 2K in 2006 and started playing competitively in 2017.

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