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Tony Crocker - SG/SF, 6'6, 199
Signed in Israel - Signed with Hapoel Holon
       Date of birth: 01/17/1987
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2010
     Out of: Oklahoma
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

When: Where:
2006 - 2010 Oklahoma (NCAA)
July 2010 Houston Rockets (Summer League)
September 2010 - June 2011 Albacomp (Hungary)
June 2011 - September 2011 Ferro-ZNTU (Ukraine)
November 2011 - June 2012 KTP (Finland)
July 2012 - June 2013 Keravnos (Cyprus)
August 2013 - June 2014 Nea Kifisia (Greece)
July 2014 - present Hapoel Holon (Israel)

20th September, 2010 Hungary Signed a one year contract with Albacomp.
30th June, 2011 Ukraine Signed a one year contract with Ferro-ZTNU.
16th September, 2011 Ukraine Released by Ferro-ZNTU.
20th November, 2011 Finland Signed for the remainder of the season with KTP.
12th July, 2012 Cyprus Signed a one year contract with Keravnos.
8th August, 2013 Greece Signed a one year contract with Nea Kifisia.
12th July, 2014 Israel Signed a one year contract with Hapoel Holon.

From blog:

   2010 Summer League Rosters: Houston Rockets

Tony Crocker

Crocker just finished a four year career at Oklahoma. Underwhelming early, the wider problems Oklahoma had last year meant Crocker shone (in relative terms) as a consistent, veteran presence. Nonetheless, Crocker is a decent player, with good size and a jumpshot, occasionally useful defense, and who tried hard to fill Oklahoma's Blake Griffin-sized rebounding hole last season. But while he was a good college player, he's not an NBA player.

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Signed in Israel


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