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Lasan Kromah - SG, 6'6, 201
Signed in Hungary - Signed with Kormend
       Date of birth: 06/24/1991
       Country: USA/Liberia
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2014
     Out of: Connecticut
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

Date
League
Transaction
11th August, 2014 Hungary Signed a one year contract with Alba Fehervar.
29th June, 2015 Turkey Signed a one year contract with Torku Konyaspor.
30th September, 2015 Turkey Released by Torku Konyaspor.
8th January, 2016 Greece Signed for the remainder of the season with Kavala.
30th October, 2016 D-League Drafted 60th overall in the 2016 D-League draft by Westchester Knicks.
18th November, 2016 D-League Waived by Westchester Knicks.
25th November, 2016 Greece Signed for the remainder of the season with Promitheas Patras.
30th December, 2016 Greece Released by Promitheas Patras.
13th January, 2017 Australia Signed for the remainder of the season with Melbourne United.
19th February, 2017 Hungary Signed for the remainder of the season with Kormend.
1st August, 2017 Romania Signed a one year contract with Napoca.
When: Where:
2009 - 2013 George Washington (NCAA)
2013 - 2014 Connecticut (NCAA)
July 2014 Brooklyn Nets (Summer League)
August 2014 - June 2015 Alba Fehervar (Hungary)
June 2015 - September 2015 Konyaspor (Turkey)
January 2016 - June 2016 Kavala (Greece)
October 2016 - November 2016 Westchester Knicks (D-League)
November 2016 - December 2016 Patras (Greece)
January 2017 - February 2017 Melbourne United (Australia)
February 2017 - June 2017 Kormend (Hungary)
August 2017 - present Napoca (Romania)
From blog:


   Wildly Unnecessarily Lengthy 2014 NBA Draft Board, Part 2: NCAA Shooting Guards
2014-06-17

You're never going to get a taxi there, Lasan.

Lasan Kromah, Connecticut, Senior, 6'6 201lbs

2013/14 stats: 22.4 mpg, 6.1 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 1.2 apg, 1.1 spg, 0.4 bpg, 1.4 fpg, 1.3 TOpg, 43.5% FG, 33.9% 3PT, 68.9% FT

A good but overlooked player at George Washington, Kromah transferred to Connecticut for his senior season to be the defensive specialist for a team already plenty stacked with scoring guards in Ryan Boatright and Shabazz Napier. This decision ultimately won him a national title, as he provided a very effective accompaniment to the dynamic duo.

Kromah really is an excellent defensive player, a good size wing with decent athleticism and length to go with relentless determination and motor. He denies, traps, helps, strips and hustles, an excellent defender and leader with strong intangibles on that end, and with the physical profile to defend multiple positions. With good hands, mobility and instincts, Kromah projects as a capable defender at every level if he keeps this up.

Offensively, Kromah is far less developed, but not useless. While he is a poor three point and free throw shooter, Kromah can hit a mid-range jump shot, and does some work off screens to create both these looks and some drives to the basket. A smart extra passer, Kromah moves the ball and himself to good effect, not an invisible player on the offensive end by any means. His handle is very limited and easily stripped, and his offensive game is pretty much solely running the court, curling a bit, flailing wildly at the rim on straight line drives and hitting open shots (it's not going in if it's contested). There is some value to all that, however.

There's always said to be something more noble about being a strong defender with underdeveloped offense than a strong scorer with poor defense, and Lord knows coaches love it. To that end, Kromah should do all right for himself in his inevitable European career.

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