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Mac Koshwal - PF, 6'10, 255
Free agent - Last played with Santa Cruz Warriors (D-League, 2016)
       Date of birth: 10/19/1987
       Country: Sudan
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2010
     Out of: DePaul
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

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   The best of what's left
2010-07-30

Mac Koshwal - Koshwal has been the only good thing going for DePaul over the last two years, so it was a bit of a scrote kick when he left early. He was slated to be drafted for much of the year, but fell out of the second round later on, although staying at DePaul for another year of Big East embarrassment probably wouldn't have changed that. Koshwal has an uncanny knack for getting steals when playing pick and roll defense, mainly through standing still and sticking his hands out, and he has a decent if not terrific post-up games. He turns it over a huge amount, but you probably would too if you had to kick the ball out to Mike Bizoukas.

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   These unsigned big men are ready to help (or hurt) your team
2013-12-12

Mac Koshwal - After a very slow start to his career - one year in the Spanish second division, and two years battling visa problems - Koshwal finally got underway with a training camp spot with the Sixers this year. He did not make the roster, but it did lead to a stint in the D-League with the Bakersfield Jam, with whom he has worked out the last two years, and with whom he is averaging 15.6 points and 9.9 rebounds. Despite being 26, Koshwal is a bit raw, having never great opportunity to develop as either a pro or a collegiate. But his body type, rebounding rate and offensive talent keep him in the conversation.

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