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Kevin Lisch - PG/SG, 6'2, 190
Signed in Australia/New Zealand - Signed with Sydney Kings
       Date of birth: 05/16/1986
       Country: Australia/USA/Italy
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2009
     Out of: Saint Louis
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Left

Date
League
Transaction
24th July, 2009 Australia Signed a one year contract with Perth Wildcats.
18th April, 2010 Australia Signed a one year extension with Perth Wildcats.
17th May, 2011 Australia Signed a two year extension with Perth Wildcats.
5th December, 2012 Puerto Rico Signed a one season contract with Quebradillas (to join after completion of Australian NBL season).
6th July, 2013 France Signed a one year contract with JSF Nanterre (to join after completion of Puerto Rican BSN season).
14th June, 2014 Spain Signed a one year contract with CAI Zaragoza.
6th July, 2015 Australia Signed a one year contract with Illawarra Hawks.
1st February, 2016 Puerto Rico Signed a one season contract with Quebradillas (to join after completion of Australian NBL season).
1st April, 2016 Australia Signed a three year contract with Sydney Kings. (to join after completion of Puerto Rican BSN season).
When: Where:
2005 - 2009 Saint Louis (NCAA)
July 2009 - April 2013 Perth Wildcats (Australia)
April 2013 - July 2013 Quebradillas (Puerto Rico)
July 2013 - June 2014 Nanterre (France)
June 2014 - June 2015 Zaragoza (Spain)
July 2015 - April 2016 Illawarra Hawks (Australia)
April 2016 - July 2016 Quebradillas (Puerto Rico)
July 2016 - present Sydney Kings (Australia)
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