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Brian Chase - PG, 5'9, 155
Free agent - Last played with Matera (Italy, 2016)
       Date of birth: 08/10/1981
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2003
     Out of: Virginia Tech
  NBA Experience: 1 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:

   2010 Summer League Rosters: Golden State Warriors

Brian Chase

Chase is a 5'9 scoring guard with a 1:1 assist-to-turnover ratio. That doesn't bode well for a man's NBA prospects. Chase has actually spent time on an NBA regular season roster when he spent the first two weeks of the 2006-07 season with the Utah Jazz; however, he did not appear in any games. More than a little bit like Earl Boykins, Chase is extremely quick and a very good three point shooter - in fact, a much better one than Boykins, who is more into his long twos - but that's the only significantly plus skill that Chase has going for him. And you can always sign taller shooters.

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   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 13

- Brian Chase

Chase was Jannero Pargo's replacement at Dynamo Moscow for the end of last season, after Pargo moved to Olympiakos. He averaged 18ppg in the Eurocup and 11ppg in the Russian league, but Dynamo got rid of all their imports this year to save money. [See Sergei Bykov's entry, part 11.] Chase is spending this season in Spain, where he's signed with Valladolid of the ACB. He is averaging 13.0 points and 1.7 assists, shooting 39% from both the field and the three point line.

Despite being a 5'8 score-first backup point guard who averaged only 7ppg in his final college season, Brian Chase has played in the NBA. Andre Young, pay attention.

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