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#25 Darryl Bryant
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  • Last played with Kataja (Finland, 2017)
  • PG
  • 6'2" / 195lbs
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  • 04/25/1990
  • USA
  • Undrafted, 2012
  • West Virginia
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2nd November, 2012D-LeagueDrafted 56th overall in the 2012 D-League Draft by Texas Legends.
21st November, 2012D-LeagueWaived by Texas Legends.
29th December, 2012BelarusSigned for the remainder of the season with Tsmoki-Minsk.
4th February, 2013BelarusReleased by Tsmoki-Minsk.
22nd February, 2013Dominican RepublicSigned a one season contract with Domingo Paulino.
23rd July, 2013AustriaSigned a one year contract with Furstenfeld Panthers.
3rd December, 2014Czech RepublicSigned for the remainder of the season with BC Kolin.
17th August, 2015ItalySigned a one year contract with Mens Sana Siena.
26th July, 2016GreeceSigned a one year contract with PAOK Thessaloniki.
25th December, 2016GreeceReleased by PAOK Thessaloniki.
9th January, 2017HungarySigned for the remainder of the season with Szolnok.
11th February, 2017HungaryReleased by Szolnoki.
27th February, 2017FinlandSigned for the remainder of the season with Kataja.
Career Moves
Time PeriodTeam
2008 - 2012West Virginia (NCAA)
November 2012Texas Legends (D-League)
December 2012 - February 2013Tsmoki-Minsk (Belarus)
February 2013 - June 2013Domingo Paulino (Dominican Republic)
July 2013 - June 2014Furstenfeld (Austria)
December 2014 - June 2015BC Kolin (Czech Republic)
August 2015 - June 2016Mens Sana Siena (Italy, A2)
July 2016 - December 2016PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece)
January 2017 - February 2017Szolnoki (Hungary)
February 2017 - presentKataja (Finland)

March 16, 2011

Jerry West's son Jonnie plays a bit part role on the team as a shooting specialist. He is, however, behind both Dalton Pepper and Casey Mitchell on the shooting guard depth chart. Pepper is a big strong guard with improved defense and a decent outside stroke that he doesn't use nearly enough, while Mitchell is comfortably the best shooter on the team with a decent outside stroke that he uses way too much. Mitchell has easily the worst shot selection on the team, far worse than is really acceptable in an upperclassman, and while his 14.1 points in only 24 minutes per game leads the team, it belies his crazily streaky and ultimately unreliable nature. At point guard, Joe Mazzulla is the oft-cited coach on the floor - a tough, defensive-minded ball mover with a good deal of offensive talent, but who knows what needs to be done, even if he hasn't the talent to make it happen. And Darryl 'Truck' Bryant has rather unproduced this season, given that it was anticipated he would step into a bigger role with Ebanks and Butler gone. As it is, Bryant has merely sustained his production and skill set from previous years; tough, under-every-screen defense, mediocre shooting, good transition play, and not really a point guard.