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Henk Norel - PF, 6'10, 230
Signed in Spain - Signed with Zaragoza
       Date of birth: 09/17/1987
       Country: Netherlands
     Drafted (NBA): 47th pick, 2009
     Out of: DKV Joventut (Spain)
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

When: Where:
August 2005 - June 2012 Joventut Badalona (Spain)
July 2012 - present Zaragoza (Spain)


Date
League
Transaction
4th August, 2007 Spain Loaned to Alicante Costa Blanca for one season.
2009 NBA Draft NBA Drafted 47th overall by Minnesota.
26th July, 2012 Spain Signed a three year contract with Zaragoza.
24th May, 2015 Spain Re-signed by Zaragoza to a two year contract.


From blog:


   An Unnecessarily Exhaustive Guide To The NBA Prospects Of The Unsigned NBA Draft Picks
2011-04-02

Henk Norel (47th pick, 2009)

- Norel's development had a pretty enormous bump in the road in January, when he tore his ACL. Up until that point, he was having quite a good year, averaging 6.4 points and 4.8 rebounds in 18 mpg in ACB play for DKV Joventut Badalona. By the time he gets healthy again, Norel will be 24, and still somewhat underdeveloped in his skill set. If the injury proves to have robbed him of any mobility or hustle, then that's the death knell.

Chances of making the NBA expressed as an arbitrary percentage: 8.425%

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   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 48
2010-04-11

- Henk Norel

Timberwolves draft pick Norel is still with DKV Joventut, even if Ricky Rubio isn't. He is averaging 5.1 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.7 fouls in 11 minutes per game in the ACB, alongside 4.2 points, 2.4 rebounds and 1.7 fouls in 10 minutes per game in the Eurocup. He is still more about running about than skill.

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