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Dogus Balbay - PG, 6'0, 176
Signed in Turkey - Signed with Anadolu Efes
       Date of birth: 01/21/1989
       Country: Turkey
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2011
     Out of: Texas
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Left

When: Where:
2004 - 2006 Fenerbahce (Turkey)
2006 - 2007 Brewster Academy (High School)
2007 - 2011 Texas (NCAA)
July 2011 - present Anadolu Efes (Turkey)


Date
League
Transaction
1st July, 2011 Turkey Signed a three year contract with Anadolu Efes Istanbul.
28th May, 2014 Turkey Signed a two year extension with Anadolu Efes.
11th July, 2016 Turkey Re-signed by Anadolu Efes to a three year contract.
11th July, 2016 Turkey Re-signed by Anadolu Efes to a three year contract.


From blog:


   Sham's unnecessarily great big draft board: Point Guards
2011-06-22


The Dogus is one of my favourite players, but what is he doing with that off hand.


Dogus Balbay - The Dogus excelled as a defender in college, and yet he also lived up to the rules of such matters - for whatever reason, good collegiate defenders tend to be bad shooters. And few were worse than Dogus, who hit precisely two jumpshots as a senior, despite being a regular starter. [That's jumpshots from anywhere, not just threes. He hit 0 threes last year, and hit only 2 in his three year Longhorns career.] Balbay is big and athletic for a point guard, but not sufficiently big and athletic to the point where he can be considered big and athletic by NBA standards. He is big and athletic to defend anywhere else, though, and even if he is more of a ball-mover than a creator, he suffices as a point guard as well. A return to Turkey looks inevitable, because it seems unlikely that even Mark Bartelstein can get him drafted.

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