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#21 Devin Gibson
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  • 6'0" / 170lbs
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  • 05/21/1989
  • USA
  • Undrafted, 2011
  • Texas-San Antonio
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DateLeagueTransaction
9th December, 2011NBASigned an unguaranteed one year minimum salary contract with San Antonio.
12th December, 2011NBAWaived by San Antonio.
31st December, 2011GermanySigned a six week contract with Fraport Skyliners.
7th February, 2012GermanySigned for the remainder of the season with Fraport Skyliners.
23rd May, 2012GermanySigned a two year extension with Fraport Skyliners. Included team option for 2013/14.
16th August, 2013EstoniaSigned a one year contract with Kalev/Cramo.
9th April, 2014EstoniaLeft BC Kalev/Cramo.
14th April, 2014BelgiumSigned for the remainder of the season with Willebroek Kangoeroes.
25th June, 2014BelgiumSigned a one year extension with Willebroek Kangoeroes.
16th December, 2015GermanySigned for the remainder of the season with Vechta.
Career Moves
Time PeriodTeam
2007 - 2011Texas-San Antonio (NCAA)
December 2011San Antonio Spurs (NBA)
December 2011 - June 2013Fraport Skyliners (Germany)
December 2013 - April 2014BC Kalev/Cramo (Estonia)
April 2014 - June 2015Willebroek Kangoeroes (Belgium)
December 2015 - June 2016Vechta (Germany, ProA)
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March 16, 2011

Texas San-Antonio


In accordance with the prophecy set out by their nickname, the Roadrunners play at a pretty quick pace, no mean feat when you consider that they use largely a 7 man rotation. That rotation is highlighted by 6'0 senior guard Devin Gibson, a mini Jerome Dyson, who slashes his way to team highs in points (17.0), assists (5.6) and steals (2.7), producing more than three times the next highest player in those latter two categories. He's also second on the team in rebounding, pulling in 5.4 of those a game, and is a catalyst for the Roadrunner's usual choice of man to man defense.

Texas-San Antonio were a pretty average team during the Southland Conference regular season, who made it here with an unexpected tournament run. However, impressive streak notwithstanding, they are completely and emphatically overmatched against Ohio State, if they even get that far. It was but two short weeks ago that this was a young, rebuilding, mediocre team in one of Division 1's weakest conferences. Don't forget that when you're predicting history's first 1-vs-16 upset.

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