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Duts - Peter Jok - Netflix
Kacoul Dut “Peter” Jok (born March 30, 1994) is a Sudanese basketball player for the Northern Arizona Suns of the NBA G League. He played college basketball for the University of Iowa of the Big Ten Conference. A 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) shooting guard, Jok is from Khartoum.
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Jok's mother, Amelia Ring Bol, is a member of the South Sudan parliament. She visits Peter and the rest of her family in Des Moines occasionally. His legal guardian in Iowa is Mike Nixon. He has an older brother, Dau, and a younger brother, Jo Jo. Jo Jo played football as a defensive lineman at Dowling Catholic High School and Iowa Western Community College. Jok's uncle was the late former NBA center Manute Bol, cousin to Manute's son Bol Bol, and Luol Deng, who is currently playing professional basketball for the Los Angeles Lakers, is one of his mother's cousins. On April 26, 2014, Jok was arrested at 2:43 am for driving under the influence after turning on an improper lane without a safety flag. In addition, one of his moped's rear taillights was missing its cover. After Jok denied the accusations, he found to have watery eyes and an alcoholic smell, with a blood alcohol content of .082. He was taken into custody and remained at the Johnson County Jail until the middle of the day. His license was revoked. Jok pleaded guilty on May 2 and participated in a weekend drunk-driving program. On July 15, 2014, Jok was arrested a second time for driving with a revoked license. University of Iowa athletics director Gary Barta said, “I'm very disappointed to learn about this, especially in light of the fact that Peter had a previous incident earlier this summer”. Jok was incarcerated for four days at the Johnson County Jail, but his status with the team was unaffected.
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