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Chris Kramer - SG, 6'3, 214
Signed in Germany - Signed with EWE Baskets Oldenburg
       Date of birth: 04/04/1988
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2010
     Out of: Purdue
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

Date
League
Transaction
27th September, 2010 NBA Signed an unguaranteed one year minimum salary contract with Milwaukee.
19th October, 2010 NBA Waived by Milwaukee.
30th October, 2010 D-League Designated as a returning player by Fort Wayne Mad Ants.
8th December, 2010 D-League Waived by Fort Wayne Mad Ants due to injury.
28th December, 2010 D-League Re-acquired by Fort Wayne Mad Ants.
22nd June, 2011 Puerto Rico Signed for the remainder of the season with Mets de Guaynabo.
23rd September, 2011 Germany Signed a one year contract with Wurzburg.
27th June, 2012 Germany Signed a one year contract with EWE Baskets Oldenburg.
17th June, 2013 Germany Re-signed by EWE Baskets Oldenburg to a one year contract.
26th June, 2014 Germany Re-signed by EWE Baskets Oldenburg to a two year contract.
3rd May, 2016 Germany Signed a one year extension with EWE Baskets Oldenburg.
When: Where:
2006 - 2010 Purdue (NCAA)
July 2010 Indiana Pacers (Summer League)
September 2010 - October 2010 Milwaukee Bucks (NBA)
October 2010 - June 2011 Fort Wayne Mad Ants (D-League)
June 2011 - July 2011 Guaynabo (Puerto Rico)
September 2011 - June 2012 Oliver Baskets Wurzburg (Germany)
July 2012 Indiana Pacers (Summer League)
June 2012 - present EWE Baskets Oldenburg (Germany)
July 2014 Houston Rockets (Summer League)
From blog:


   Anybody Wanna See Second Prize? Second Prize Is A Set Of Steak Knives.....
2010-10-01

Kramer has worked out for many teams this summer, and went to summer league with the Pacers, where he totalled 32 minutes, 8 points, 6 rebounds and 7 fouls in 2 games. At that time, I wrote this about him:

Kramer is an extremely strong 6'3 defensive specialist with no discernible offensive talent whatsoever, who really should have played football instead. He was a great fit for a big program in the college game, but he'll be far less great in the professional arena, where the players get harder to defend. It would be a great thing for the fan's perspective to see him do well, for the Purdue graduate is a local boy, but unfortunately, Kramer is let down by his own face. He's just too good looking for me to root for anything other than his abject failure.


His problem, succinctly yet fairly, is that he can't make a shot. Kramer is tough, smart, gritty, strong, defensively aggressive and defensively tenacious, but offensively, he can't dribble, shoot, create or pass. Kramer has not got a good set jumpshot, can do nothing off the dribble, can't finish around the basket, and can't get there either. He averaged only 6.5 points, and while he again does the little things well - moves the ball, makes the extra passes, only took good shots, shot a good percentage - he also can't contribute the big things. Is there room in the NBA for a player like that? Yes, always, but not when they're 6'3.

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   2010 Summer League Rosters: Indiana Pacers
2010-07-06

Chris Kramer

Kramer is an extremely strong 6'3 defensive specialist with no discernible offensive talent whatsoever, who really should have played football instead. He was a great fit for a big program in the college game, but he'll be far less great in the professional arena, where the players get harder to defend. It would be a great thing for the fan's perspective to see him do well, for the Purdue graduate is a local boy, but unfortunately, Kramer is let down by his own face. He's just too good looking for me to root for anything other than his abject failure.

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Signed in Germany


 
 
 


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