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Charles Jenkins
PG/SG - 6'3, 215lbs - 34 years old - 2 years of NBA experience
Free agent - Signed with Tenerife
  • Birthdate: 02/28/1989
  • Drafted (NBA): 44th pick, 2011
  • Pre-draft team: Hofstra
  • Country: USA/Serbia
  • Hand: Right
  • Agent: Mike Lindeman/Jeff Schwartz (Excel Sports Management)
2011 NBA DraftNBADrafted 44th overall by Golden State.
24th November, 2011ItalySigned for the remainder of the season with Bancas Tercas Teramo. Included opt-out clause upon end of the NBA lockout.
26th November, 2011ItalyOpted out to return to the NBA.
9th December, 2011NBASigned a partially guaranteed two year minimum salary contract with Golden State.
21st February, 2013NBATraded by Golden State, along with cash, to Philadelphia in exchange for a protected 2013 second round pick (not conveyed).
26th July, 2013SerbiaSigned a one year contract with Crvena Zvezda.
22nd January, 2014SerbiaSigned a one year extension with Crvena Zvezda.
8th July, 2015ItalySigned a one year contract with Milano.
15th July, 2016SerbiaSigned a one year contract with Crvena Zvezda.
29th June, 2017RussiaSigned a two year contract with Khimki.
Career Moves
2006 - 2011Hofstra (NCAA)
November 2011Bancas Tercas Teramo (Italy)
December 2011 - February 2013Golden State Warriors (NBA)
February 2013 - June 2013Philadelphia 76ers (NBA)
July 2013 - June 2015Crvena Zvezda (Serbia)
July 2015 - June 2016Milano (Italy)
July 2016 - June 2017Crvena Zvezda (Serbia)
June 2017 - presentKhimki (Russia)
Articles about Charles Jenkins

June 25, 2011

Immediately following Lee, Adam Silver announces with a huge smile that Charles Jenkins finally goes to Golden State at #44. Jenkins had fallen a little far, has more talent that a #44 pick, and should get some good run in replacing Acie Law in next season's Warriors backcourt. He also helps further scratch the backcourt size itch.

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June 22, 2011

Charles Jenkins - Hofstra's best player since Norm Richardson played his way into recognition by scoring a remarkably efficient 22.6 points per game last season, becoming the nation's active scoring leader. He shot from deep range, mid range, use his strength around the basket, score din the pick-and-roll, half court, and in transition, eventually finishing with percentages of 52%/42%/82%. Even when his team were being blown out by 44 points by UNC in non-conference play, Jenkins managed to look as impressive as anybody could in a 44 point loss. It is not established how well he can play the facilitating point guard role, simply because he hasn't had to do it yet. If he can carry over the scoring talent to the NBA, he still might not have to do it.

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