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#11 Andre Young
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  • Last played with Boulazac (France, 2015)
  • PG
  • 5'9" / 170lbs
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  • 03/16/1990
  • USA
  • Undrafted, 2012
  • Clemson
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23rd July, 2012HollandSigned a one year contract with Eiffel Towers Den Bosch.
12th June, 2013UkraineSigned a one year contract with Hoverla.
5th March, 2014UkraineLeft Hoverla.
17th July, 2014FranceSigned a one year contract with Roanne.
28th July 2015FranceSigned a one year contract with Boulazac.
7th August, 2015FranceLeft Boulazac.
Career Moves
Time PeriodTeam
2008 - 2012Clemson (NCAA)
July 2012Golden State Warriors (Summer League)
July 2012 - June 2013Den Bosch (Holland)
June 2013 - March 2014Hoverla (Ukraine)
July 2014 - June 2015Roanne (France, ProB)
July 2015 - August 2015Boulazac (France, ProB)

March 16, 2011

At guard, Clemson run with 5'9 junior Andre Young and 6'2 senior Demontez Stitt. Despite his status as a legal midget - as opposed to, say, his status as an illegal midget - Young plays with an aggression and fearlessness that helps him to overcome his physical disadvantages. He is somewhat limited as a player, mainly because of height thing; the vast majority of his offensive game comes via the three point shot, and while he has good speed, energy and effort on defense, he's too small to really change much. He's also not a particularly great shot creator for others. However, he makes few mistakes and helps on both ends, sporting a 2.4:1 assist/turnover ratio to boot. Meanwhile, Stitt is the team's leader in assists and points, and is the closest thing they have to a guard who can collapse the defense, get into the paint, slash and score, and produce in isolation situations. He isn't especially good at any of those things, but he's quick, has a floater, and has improved his previously sloppy ballhandling and subpar jumpshot to acceptable levels. Predictably, he's better defensively.