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Scottie Reynolds - PG, 6'2, 195
Signed in Adriatic League - Signed with Cibona Zagreb in Croatia
       Date of birth: 10/10/1987
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2010
     Out of: Villanova
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:


   Really Overdue 2010 D-League Draft Review
2010-11-15

13th: - Tulsa 66ers - Scottie Reynolds, Villanova

After going undrafted out of Villanova - which, despite his flaws as an NBA prospect, is still kind of surprising, when you consider the career that he had at the school he was at - Reynolds went to summer league with the Suns. At that time, I wrote this about him:

Reynolds's strength is as a shooter; he can shoot off the dribble or get open without the ball, and he gives forth good effort defensively. However, he's too short and slender to really do much on that end, and his point guard and ball handling skills do not advance much beyond the basic. Germany and France are tailor-made for Reynolds's game, but the NBA is a long shot. (Admittedly, Reynolds likes to take long shots.)


Reynolds averaged a healthy 10.3 points and 4.7 assists in three summer league games, and in the end went to Italy, signing with Lega Due team Prima Veroli. In four games there, he averaged 12.3 points, 2.5 assists and 2.3 steals per game, and didn't shoot it especially well; he then requested his release from the team last week to come back home and enter this draft. (Veroli replaced him with Scoonie Penn.) Reynolds could very well score big points in the open, high-tempo, stat-friendly D-League, which might lead to bigger gigs down the road. But the NBA is no nearer of a long shot.

(Tulsa later traded Reynolds to the Springfield Armor in exchange for the Armor's 2011 first round draft pick. This marked the first trade of a future draft pick in D-League history; not coincidentally, this is the first year teams have been allowed to do it.)

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   Top 101 NBA Ten-Day Contract Candidates (When 20 Would Probably Have Been Enough)
2011-01-05

JamesOn Curry and Scottie Reynolds - The two are listed together because they currently form a high scoring if undersized backcourt for the D-league's Springfield Armor. Curry averages 18.0 points, 3.8 assists and 2.6 turnovers per game on 44% shooting and 47% 3PT; Reynolds averages 16.3 points, 5.0 assists, 2.2 turnovers, 47% FG and 38% 3PT. Curry is one of the best available shooters, although he doesn't offer much else from the point guard spot; Reynolds offers slightly more conventional point guard skills, but is still best as a scorer and a shooter, without being quite as good of a shooter as JamesOn.

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   2010 Summer League Rosters: Phoenix Suns
2010-07-12

Scottie Reynolds

There once was a time when having a four year career of Reynolds's calibre at a school of Villanova's calibre meant a guaranteed draft spot. Not any more, though. Reynolds's strength is as a shooter; he can shoot off the dribble or get open without the ball, and he gives forth good effort defensively. However, he's too short and slender to really do much on that end, and his point guard and ball handling skills do not advance much beyond the basic. Germany and France are tailor-made for Reynolds's game, but the NBA is a long shot. (Admittedly, Reynolds likes to take long shots.)

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