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Tim Ohlbrecht - PF/C, 6'11, 255
Signed in Germany - Signed with ratiopharm Ulm
       Date of birth: 08/30/1988
       Country: Germany
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2012
     Out of: Telekom Baskets Bonn (Germany)
  NBA Experience: 1 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:

   2013 Summer League rosters, Orlando Summer Pro League - Houston

Tim Ohlbrecht

Ohlbrecht was picked immediately ahead of Murry in the draft, and spent the year with the Vipers before a February call-up to the Rockets. Even then, he spent more of his time with the Vipers on assignment. He has a contract that runs through 2015, but is fully guaranteed, and may well be collateral damage when the Dwight Howard situation is finally ratified. Nevertheless, Ohlbrecht took the pittance of a D-League salary instead of much, much better European offers in order to try and get into the NBA, and it worked out, however briefly. Ohlbrecht averaged a blisteringly efficient 13.3 points (61% FG, 81% FT) to go along with 7.4 rebounds and 1.6 blocks per game in the D-League - the one-time perimeter player who occasionally played small forward is now a fully fledged centre, able to take contact and finish aroudn the basket whilst maintaining the 18-20 footer he always had. Big guys who score and score efficiently are relevant to any NBA conversation.

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Tim Ohlbrecht - The token big man in Rio Grande Valley's ridiculously high scoring perimeter offense, Ohlbrecht's job is to clean the class and score extremely efficiently. He is pretty good at this.

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Signed in Germany


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