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Dennis Schroder - PG, 6'1, 172
Atlanta Hawks - Drafted 17th overall in 2013
       Date of birth: 09/15/1993
       Country: Germany
     Drafted (NBA): 17th pick, 2013
     Out of: New Yorker Phantoms (Germany)
  NBA Experience: 3 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:

   The NBA's middle class: where fringe stars now hang out

[...] But despite this more conservative spending, the rookie scale, maximum salary and minimum salary amounts continue to increase year-by-year, as do the salary cap itself and the value of the mid-level and bi-annual exceptions. Players still worthy of the max still get it -- there just happened to not be too many candidates this season -- and countless others still get the minimum. The rookie scale is still mostly an automatic 120 percent affair, with only Dennis Schroeder and Andre Roberson receiving less than that this season, and roughly the same proportion of available exception money is being used now as it was there.

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   How are players sent to the D-League this season progressing?

Atlanta - Dennis Schroeder: In six games on assignment, Schroeder posted 17.0 points, 6.7 assists and 4.2 rebounds per game, shooting 48% on the floor. And for the most part, he looked better than those numbers. Still only 20, Schroeder inevitably made some mistakes, as evidence by the 3.7 turnovers a contest, but he also showed a great handle, good court vision, a mostly high IQ, the ability to split and break down a defense, and some shot making talent of his own. There is a lot to like.

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