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    Default Devin Green & Chris Hunter

    Our front office just announced we signed them and made our roster up to 13 players. Hunter played for us couple of years ago and didn't make any impact and that Green guy? Any idea of who he is?

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    Default Devin Green

    DraftExpress Overseas Free Agent Rankings: Players 13-24
    December 29, 2009
    Not many players can claim to have had as unlikely a career as [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] has over the past few years. A last minute invite to the Portsmouth Invitational tournament back in 2005—likely more due to the fact that he went to school down the street at Hampton (of the anonymous MEAC conference, where he played mostly power forward) than because of any real NBA interest—Green shockingly made the Lakers roster the following year and managed to stick all season long.

    He spent the next few years alternating between thoroughly dominating the D-League, toiling in NBA summer leagues and training camps, and bouncing around places like Germany, Italy, Belgium and the Ukraine, never really sticking around in one place for very long and likely missing out on establishing himself as a legit NBA player in the process.

    Green has regardless looked like an interesting prospect pretty much every time we had a chance to fully evaluate him, as he possesses terrific versatility to go along with a very NBA friendly profile with his excellent physical tools. He can create his own shot effectively, defend multiple positions, make plays for others, and make shots from the perimeter at a good enough rate to wonder why he hasn't gotten another chance.

    He's playing in mid-level Greece this season and is clearly one of the better American players in that very competitive league, again making you ponder whether he can't play at a much higher level. He has a reputation for being overly unselfish at times, but is still young and talented enough to get yet another look this upcoming summer, if he hasn't already tired of waiting for the NBA that is.

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    Physicals
    Height: 6' 7"
    Weight: 210 lbs.
    Birthday: 10/25/1982
    29 Years Old
    Teams:
    High School: Beechcroft
    Previous Team: Larissa , Senior
    Drafted: Undrafted in [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Positions:
    Current: PG/SG/SF,
    NBA: SG,
    Possible: PG/SG/SF
    Quick Stats:
    14.3 Pts, 4.1 Rebs, 2.2 Asts

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