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Dan Werner - SF/PF, 6'8, 235
Retired - Retired after 2013 season
       Date of birth: 10/09/1987
       Country: USA/Italy
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2010
     Out of: Florida
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

8th September, 2010 Italy Signed a four year contract with Canadian Solar Bologna.
18th November, 2010 Hungary Loaned by Bologna to Kaposvari for one season.
4th April, 2011 Hungary Returned by Kaposvari.
30th June, 2012 Italy Left Canadian Solar Bologna.
1st August, 2012 Ukraine Signed a one year contract with Ferro-ZNTU.
When: Where:
2006 - 2010 Florida (NCAA)
September 2010 - November 2010 Canadian Solar Bologna (Italy)
November 2010 - April 2011 Kaposvari (Hungary)
April 2011 - June 2012 Canadian Solar Bologna (Italy)
August 2012 - June 2013 Ferro-ZNTU (Ukraine)
From blog:

   2015 NBA Summer League Rosters - Brooklyn

[...] However, a discussion of Hondae-Jefferson here is incomplete without a discussion of the trade that sent him to Brooklyn. On draft night, the Nets acquired his rights along with Steve Blake from Portland in exchange for Mason Plumlee and the rights to Pat Connaughton (41st pick). Disregarding Blake, who is irrelevant to the talent part of the trade and was included purely to match salary, the trade is Plumlee and Connaughton for RHJ. And no matter what anyone may think of RHJ, it's an extremely valid question to ask why Plumlee's value was deemed so low. Plumlee is athletic, rebounds very well in traffic and has potential (if not yet all that much effectiveness) as a paint protector. It is duly noted that he was somewhat stuck behind Brook Lopez, a man with whom he pairs very badly, and that although the aim would be to have both Plumlee AND Hollis-Jefferson, the Nets hadn't the assets elsewhere to make that possible. Yet Plumlee has been an effective NBA centre for two years, in an ugly yet sustainable way, and is both cheap and capable. Very capable, in fact. So why is his value considered to be that of a #23 pick? And why on Earth was Connaughton added?

Nonetheless, RHJ is here now. He is, sans the spacing issue, what the Nets need, and a player with a lot of potential. If he lives up to some of it, Connaughton's bizarre inclusion won't matter.

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