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Daniel Ewing - PG, 6'3, 185
Signed in Lithuania - Signed with Neptunas
       Date of birth: 03/26/1983
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 32nd pick, 2005
     Out of: Duke
  NBA Experience: 2 years
  Hand: Right

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   2010 Summer Signings, Part 3
2010-06-16

In Cyprus, North Carolina State streak shooter Courtney Fells has switched teams, going from AEL Limassol to Keravnos. Hopefully next season, statistics from Cyprus will be available. Israeli team Bnei Hasharon have signed Dan Grunfeld - one time Knick and Ernie's Romanian son - to pair up alongside former Alabama guard Ron Steele and former Duquesne forward Shawn James, the latter of whom led Israel in blocked shots by quite a long way. And Polish Euroleague team Prokom Gydnia elected to keep former NBA guard Daniel Ewing, helping to offset the loss of David Logan, whom they could not retain. Logan is reportedly about to sign with Caja Laboral; if he does, it'll be a pretty lucrative gig, as Caja Laboral just won the ACB.

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   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 20
2010-02-10

- Daniel Ewing

Ewing - who played in 127 NBA games, only 26 less than Eschmeyer, despite having a career three years shorter - is signed with Prokom Gdynia in Poland. Gydnia are a Euroleague team, and Ewing is averaging 11.8 points and 2.8 assists per game in that competition, alongside 10.0/4.6 in the Polish league. His team mates include Qyntel Woods, Junior Harrington, Ratko Varda, Jan Jagla and David Logan, so we'll revisit Gydnia a few more times yet.

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Signed in Lithuania


 
 
 


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