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Gerry McNamara
PG/SG - 6'2, 182lbs - 40 years old - 0 years of NBA experience
Retired - Retired in 2009
  • Birthdate: 08/28/1983
  • Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2006
  • Pre-draft team: Syracuse
  • Country: USA
  • Hand: Right
  • Agent: -
7th September, 2006GreeceSigned a one year contract with Olympiakos.
29th November, 2006GreeceReleased by Olympiakos.
12th December, 2006D-LeagueAcquired by Bakersfield Jam.
9th August, 2007GreeceSigned a one year contract with Panionios.
15th November, 2007GreeceReleased by Panionios.
15th February, 2008LatviaSigned for the remainder of the season with Ventspils.
30th September, 2008NBASigned an unguaranteed one year minimum salary contract with Utah.
25th October, 2008NBAWaived by Utah.
9th January, 2009D-LeagueAcquired by Reno Bighorns.
7th March, 2009D-LeagueLeft Reno Bighorns.
Career Moves
2002 - 2006Syracuse (NCAA)
July 2006Orlando Magic (Summer League)
September 2006 - November 2006Olympiakos (Greece)
December 2006 - June 2007Bakersfield Jam (D-League)
July 2007Philadelphia 76ers (Summer League)
August 2007 - November 2007Panionios (Greece)
February 2008 - June 2008Ventspils (Latvia)
September 2008 - October 2008Utah Jazz (NBA)
January 2009 - March 2009Reno Bighorns (D-League)
Articles about Gerry McNamara

March 19, 2013

Gerry McNamara - After the Bernie Fine pseudo-scandal, McNamara was promoted from Syracuse graduate assistant to assistant coach. He recently had painful sounding spine surgery.

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April 19, 2011

Gerry McNamara - McNamara's professional career was very short, as he found the professional game to be much less fun than the collegiate one. In retirement, he returned to Syracuse to complete a masters, concurrently working as a graduate assistant. He is still there.

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April 9, 2010

- Gerry McNamara

Despite being on the Utah Jazz roster as recently as 18 months ago, Gerry McNamara has retired from basketball. He did so about a year ago, actually. After leaving the Jazz, McNamara went to the D-League for a bit with the Reno Bighorns, but professional basketball in front of sparse attendances didn't hold the same lustre that his Syracuse days did. So he retired last April to return to Syracuse as an graduate assistant coach, where he remains today. And that's fair enough. If he doesn't want to do it, then why should he?

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