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Mike Bruesewitz
SF - 6'7, 223lbs - 33 years old - 0 years of NBA experience
Free agent - Signed with Hsinchu Lioneers
  • Birthdate: 08/09/1990
  • Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2013
  • Pre-draft team: Wisconsin
  • Country: USA
  • Hand: Right
  • Agent:
27th October, 2013IsraelSigned for the remainder of the season with Hapoel Jerusalem.
27th October, 2014SloveniaSigned a six week contract with Grosuplje.
7th January, 2015MaltaSigned for the remainder of the season with Cynergi Virtus.
24th August, 2015NorwaySigned a one year contract with Baerum.
15th June, 2016SwedenSigned a one year contract with Jamtland
17th July, 2017LatviaSigned a one year contract with Ventspils.
Career Moves
2009 - 2013Wisconsin (NCAA)
July 2013Milwaukee Bucks (Summer League)
October 2013 - June 2014Hapoel Jerusalem (Israel)
October 2014 - December 2014Grosuplje (Slovenia)
January 2015 - June 2015Baerum (Norway)
June 2016 - June 2017Jamtland (Sweden)
July 2017 - presentVentspils (Latvia)
Articles about Mike Bruesewitz

March 17, 2011


[...] The Badgers turned it over only 7 times a game, a deliberate and welcome by-product of spending 30 seconds on every possession not dribbling the ball. The team's turnover leader is also its leading scorer and rebounder, 6'10 forward Jon Leuer, who puts up 18.9 points and 7.2 boards per game on 48% shooting, but only alongside a ghastly, hideous 1.5 turnovers per game. Despite that travesty, Leuer is a competent inside/outside offensive player; without much explosion or ever looking truly fluid, Leuer can drive the ball, makes jumpshots despite his ugly old release, can create on the low box, and is a constant mismatch as a 6'10 face-up scorer. Alongside him, 6'8 Keaton Nankivil does only two things - protect the rim and shoot three pointers - vitally important roles not readily replicated by the rest of the lineup. Behind him, little-used 6'10 project sophomore centre big Jared Berggren can put up a surprising number of points in limited minutes, although Bo Ryan just doesn't trust him defensively. Freshman Josh Gasser and sophomore Mike Bruesewitz are basically the same player; rugged, decently athletic, tough defenders, who rarely create and aren't particularly good shooters, designed to move the ball and capitalise on wide open opportunities to drive or shoot. The only difference are age, Bruesewitz's three inch height advantage, and hair cuts. (See above. You probably noticed it already, but see above anyway.) And Ryan Evans is similar to them, too; slightly more athletic, but less of a perimeter, Evans's role is to float around the mid-range area, defend the opposing wing, and rock a fabulous high top fade.

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