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#11 Donell Taylor
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  • Last played with Agropoli (Italy, 2017)
  • PG/SG
  • 6'5" / 193lbs
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  • 07/26/1982
  • USA
  • Undrafted, 2005
  • UAB
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July 30, 2010

Donell Taylor - Taylor had a strong season, averaging 21.9ppg, 7.2rpg and 4.8apg for the Idaho Stampede. He is a former Wizards and Bobcats guard, whose problem has always been jumpshots (and, in his Wizards days, layups as well). Taylor's jumpshot has improved a bit, although it's still the strength of his all-around game that makes him interesting. He probably won't get one, but another turn in the NBA would not be unjustified.

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July 10, 2010

Donell Taylor

Taylor had a strong season, averaging 21.9ppg, 7.2rpg and 4.8apg for the Idaho Stampede. He is a former Wizards and Bobcats guard, whose problem has always been jumpshots (and, in his Wizards days, layups as well). Taylor's jumpshot has improved a bit, although it's still the strength of his all-around game that makes him interesting. He probably won't get one, but another turn in the NBA would not be unjustified.

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May 9, 2010

- Donell Taylor

Taylor got a training camp contract with the Blazers to start the year, but did not make the team. He subsequently entered his name into the D-League draft pool, and was drafted second overall by the Erie BayHawks. Taylor played 13 games for Erie, averaging a team high 18.7 points, 6.2 rebounds 2.8 assists and 3.5 turnovers per game, before the team traded him to the Idaho Stampede for Mike Gansey. In the remaining 35 games of the regular season for the playoffless Stampede, Taylor averaged 21.9 points, 7.2 rebounds and 4.8 assists, shooting 49% from the field and 37% from three point range, and posting a triple double in the team's penultimate game.

After the conclusion of the D-League season, Taylor went to Venezuela for some summer money. He averaged 9.7 points in 4 games for Trotamundos before being replaced by Julius Hodge.

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