Gaels in the pros – stats updates

There are about 17 former Saint Mary’s men’s basketball players currently playing for professional teams throughout the world.  Through a quick websearch (sketchy reliability, so take it for what it’s worth), here are a few basic updates on how the guys are doing:

Frederic Adjiwanou (Aix Maurienne Savoie Basket – France): 9.7 pts, 4.2 rebs, 51.3 fg%
Ben Allen (Sydney Kings – Australia): 0.4 pts, 0.7 rebs
Matthew Dellavedova (Cleveland Cavaliers – USA): 4.5 pts, 1.7 assists, 17 mins per game, 68 games, 21 pts at Detroit
Rob Jones (Panelefsiniakos AOK Eleusina – Greece): 10.9 pts, 6.5 rebs, 2nd on team in scoring
Daniel Kickert (CB Canarias Tenerife – Spain): 2 games w/new team
Mickey McConnell (Texas Legends – USA): 10.2 pts, 6.4 assists, 2 in league in assists, 50 appearances
Patrick Mills (San Antonio Spurs – USA): 10.1 pts, 2.1 rebs., 1.8 assists, 77 appearances, 29 pts at Portland
Ian O’Leary (Herbalife Gran Canaria – Spain): 5.3 pts., 3.2 rebs
Reda Rhalimi (RSB Berkane – Morocco):
E.J. Rowland (Banvit Basketbol Kuylubu – Turkey): 14.3 pts., 3.5 assists, also playing in Euroleague
Kyle Rowley (Zornotza Saskibaloi Taldea – Spain): 9.4 pts., 9.2 rebs, 28pts/17rebs in recent game
Omar Samhan (Sporting Alexandria – Egypt):
Diamon Simpson (Ironi Nes-Ziona – Israel): 16.4 pts., 8.1 rebs
Clint Steindl (Cairns Taipans – Australia): 7.4 pts, 2.5 rebs, 41% 3pt
Kenton Walker II (Cimarrones Del Choco – Columbia): 6.5 pts, 5.0 rebs, 70% fg in 6 games
Lucas Walker (Melbourne Tigers – Australia): 8.8 pts, 7.2 rebs
Mitchell Young (Cairns Taipans – Australia): 4.5 pts, 3.1 rebs

About Richard Kilwien

Associate AD at the University of Texas at Arlington
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