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Deniz Kilicli - PF/C, 6'9, 270
Signed in Turkey - Signed with Istanbul BSB
       Date of birth: 10/23/1990
       Country: Turkey
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2013
     Out of: West Virginia
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

12th July, 2013 Turkey Signed a two year contract with Anadolu Efes.
1st July, 2015 Turkey Signed a two year contract with Istanbul BSB.
When: Where:
2006 - 2008 Pertevniyal Istanbul (Turkey)
2008 - 2009 Mountain State Academy (High School)
2009 - 2013 West Virginia (NCAA)
July 2013 - June 2015 Anadolu Efes (Turkey)
July 2015 - present Istanbul BSB (Turkey)
From blog:

   An Unnecessarily Exhaustive Guide To The 2010/11 NCAA Tournament, Part 2: Eastern Region

Deniz Kilicli has had his moments in the front court. He is a huge dude with great upper body strength, decent mobility for his leap, and a good vertical leap if given a running start. He also has great hands and legitimate post offense, albeit whilst almost always deferring to a slightly side-armed lefty hook shot. On the flip side, Kerlitchler is something of a defensive liability at this point, and doesn't put forward enough rebounding effort. Jones and Flowers at least pick up some slack there, and Jennings had a good opportunity to fill this void on the team, had he decided not to walk away from him. The well built 6'7 235lbs Cam Thoroughman provides toughness, size, passing, rebounding and a wall defensively, albeit a wall that can be easily gotten around without having the decorative flower basket that is any scoring ability. Outside of that, it's pretty much all guards.

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Signed in Turkey


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