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Evan Eschmeyer
C - 6'11, 255lbs - 49 years old - 4 years of NBA experience
Retired - Retired in October 2004
  • Birthdate: 05/30/1975
  • Drafted (NBA): 34th pick, 1999
  • Pre-draft team: Northwestern
  • Country: USA
  • Hand: Right
  • Agent: -
1999 NBA DraftNBADrafted 34th overall by New Jersey.
10th August, 1999NBASigned a guaranteed two year minimum salary contract with New Jersey.
8th August, 2001NBASigned a six year, $19,164,600 offer sheet with Dallas.
25th August, 2001NBANew Jersey declined to match Dallas's offer sheet.
18th August, 2003NBATraded by Dallas, along with Nick Van Exel, Avery Johnson, Popeye Jones and Antoine Rigadeau, to Golden State in exchange for Antawn Jamison, Danny Fortson, Jiri Welsch and Chris Mills.
24th August, 2004NBATraded by Golden State, along with Erick Dampier, Dan Dickau, and the draft rights to Steve Logan (#30, 2002), to Dallas in exchange for Eduardo Najera, Christian Laettner, the draft rights to Luis Flores (#55, 2004), the draft rights to Mladen Sekularac (#55, 2002), a 2007 first round pick (#30, Petteri Koponen), a lottery protected first round pick (later extinguished; $1 million cash sent instead) and cash.
23rd October, 2004NBAWaived by Dallas.
Career Moves
1993 - 1999Northwestern (NCAA)
August 1999 - June 2001New Jersey Nets (NBA)
August 2001 - August 2003Dallas Mavericks (NBA)
August 2003 - August 2004Golden State Warriors (NBA)
August 2004 - October 2004Dallas Mavericks (NBA)
Articles about Evan Eschmeyer

April 19, 2011

Evan Eschmeyer - After knee injuries forced him to quit, Eschmeyer returned to Northwestern to complete a law/business double degree, founded an online recruiting agency (now defunct), and now sells renewable energy products for a living.

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February 10, 2010

- Evan Eschmeyer

Eschmeyer retired almost five and a half years ago due to chronic knee problems, and last played almost seven years ago. He briefly went back to Northwestern to complete a law/business double degree, founded an online recruiting agency, and now works in the renewable energy business. Don't really understand his job, though.

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