Following former SMC basketball players in the pros

With the college and professional basketball seasons getting ready to kick into gear, we thought we’d compile our annual list of where former Gaels are plying their trade throughout the world.  Most leagues are currently in preseason mode, but a few are just finishing their seasons.

It appears there are currently 21 former SMC players actively competing as professionals in eight different countries around the world.

Clearly, players change teams throughout the year.  But here is a (hopefully) current list of former SMC players in professional basketball.

Name Country Team
Frederic Adjiwanou France JSA Bordeaux Basket
Ben Allen Australia Canberra Gunners
Kerry Carter Spain Iberostar Tenerife CB Canarias
Matthew Dellavedova United States Cleveland Cavaliers
Matthew Hodgson Australia Adelaide 36ers
Stephen Holt Australia Melbourne United
Garrett Jackson Australia NW Tasmania
Rob Jones Greece Kavala BC
Daniel Kickert Australia Melbourne United
Beau Levesque Spain Araberri BC Vitoria-Gasteiz
Mickey McConnell France Chalons Reims Champagne Basket
Patrick Mills United States San Antonio Spurs
Ian O’Leary Spain Iberostar Tenerife CB Canarias
Reda Rhalimi Morocco ASS Sale
E.J. Rowland Israel Hapoel Jerusalem
Kyle Rowley Spain Club Ourense Baloncesto
Diamon Simpson Israel Ironi Nes-Ziona
Clint Steindl Australia Townsville Crocodiles
Brad Waldow Belgium Port of Antwerp Giants
Lucas Walker Australia Adelaide 36ers
Mitchell Young Australia Townsville Crocodiles
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About Richard Kilwien

Associate AD at the University of Texas at Arlington
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