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Perry Stevenson
SF/PF - 6'9, 207lbs - 37 years old - 0 years of NBA experience
Retired - Retired after 2012 season
  • Birthdate: 01/23/1987
  • Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2010
  • Pre-draft team: Kentucky
  • Country: USA
  • Hand: Right
  • Agent: -
1st November, 2010D-LeagueDrafted 20th overall in the 2010 D-League Draft by Tulsa 66ers.
26th November, 2010D-LeagueWaived by Tulsa 66ers.
13th December, 2010PBLSigned a one year contract with Rochester Razorsharks.
28th January, 2011PBLWaived by Rochester Razorsharks.
3rd November, 2011D-LeagueDrafted 89th overall in the 2011 D-League Draft by Bakersfield Jam.
14th November, 2011D-LeagueWaived by Bakersfield Jam due to injury.
15th January, 2012ABASigned for the remainder of the season with South Carolina Warriors.
18th September, 2012PortugalSigned a one year contract with Galitos.
9th December, 2012PortugalReleased by Galitos.
Career Moves
2006 - 2010Kentucky (NCAA)
November 2010Tulsa 66ers (D-League)
December 2010 - January 2011Rochester Razorsharks (PBL)
November 2011Bakersfield Jam (D-League)
January 2012 - June 2012South Carolina Warriors (ABA)
October 2012 - December 2012Galitos (Portugal)
Articles about Perry Stevenson

November 15, 2010

20th: - Tulsa 66ers - Perry Stevenson, Kentucky

Before John Calipari got there, Perry Stevenson used to play quite a lot at Kentucky. But when Calipari and his hoards of freshman arrived, Stevenson could barely get a minute. Stevenson's minutes per game progression by year reads 10.0, 24.4, 28.1, then all the way down to 7.6, and it wasn't injuries that caused that decline. However, while Stevenson played only 259 minutes last year, time enough for only 27 shots, he never complained about it. He stuck out his four years through three different head coaches, played well when called upon, and did it nicely. You don't see this often enough.

Stevenson is nonetheless a rather limited player; an athlete, a dunker, a decent rebounder and a very good shotblocker, but very thin, with few ball skills, no jumpshot, and a propensity for turning the ball over. This makes him a solid D-League player, but not ever an NBA calibre one.

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