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Adam Haluska - SG, 6'5, 210
Retired - Retired after 2011 season
       Date of birth: 11/16/1983
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 43rd pick, 2007
     Out of: Iowa
  NBA Experience: 1 years
  Hand: Right

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Haluska was drafted by the Hornets in the second round in 2007, and signed a two year deal with the team, yet only made it as far as the trade deadline in his first season, traded to Houston as salary filler without ever playing an NBA game. In the two and a half years hence, Haluska has played little; a short stint in the D-League to finish off the 2007/08 season, then 15 games in Israel in 2008/09, and then not playing at all last season. He's an average sized shooting guard out of Iowa with a decent (but not elite) jumpshot, who can also slash and finish around the basket in an unathletic, disjointed fashion. However, a combination of his lack of playing time in the three and half years since he left Iowa, and the fact that he's about to turn 27, haven't done much for Haluska's already-limited NBA prospects. If the Mavericks really need to replace the recently departed Matt Carroll, then Haluska could perhaps do that, but they really don't.

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Former Hornets draft pick Adam Haluska barely played last year for Hapoel Jerusalem, averaging only 3.4ppg and playing 141 minutes all season. And this year, he hasn't played anywhere at all. In fact, he might have quit.

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Adam Haluska - Haluska has not played since being waived by the Mavericks in training camp in late 2010. He had not played in the 18 months before that, either. He now works in medical sales for a company called Stryker Orthopaedics.

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