Shelvin Mack

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Basketball player
Shelvin Mack
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Player information
Full name Shelvin Bernard Mack, Jr.
birthday April 22, 1990 (30 years and 132 days)
place of birth Lexington , Kentucky , United States
size 191 cm
position Point guard
college butler
NBA draft 2011 , 34th Pick , Washington Wizards
Club information
society Hapoel Jerusalem
league Ligat ha'Al
Clubs as active
2011–2013 Washington Wizards 2013 Philadelphia 76ers 2013–2016 Atlanta Hawks 2016–2017 Utah Jazz 2017–2018 Orlando Magic 2018–2019 Memphis Grizzlies 2019 Charlotte Hornets 2019–2020 Olimpia Milano Since 2020 Hapoel JerusalemUnited StatesUnited States
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Shelvin Bernard Mack, Jr. (born April 22, 1990 in Lexington , Kentucky ) is an American basketball player who plays point guard at a height of 1.91 m .


He played his college career for the team at Butler University from 2008 to 2011. There he played under coach Brad Stevens , and was a teammate of Gordon Hayward , with whom he reached the 2010 NCAA Division I Basketball Championship final. In the 2011 NBA draft , he was selected in the second round in 34th place by the Washington Wizards and was there two seasons under contract. During his time in Washington, he also played games for the Wizards' farm team in the NBA Development League , the Maine Red Claws .

After failing to prevail with the Wizards and the Philadelphia 76ers , Mack was signed by the Atlanta Hawks during the 2012/2013 NBA season . With the Hawks he was initially a substitute for Jeff Teague and convinced in this role. He scored 7.5 points and 3.7 assists on average in the 2013-14 season. After young star Dennis Schröder ousted him in the 2015-16 season, Mack was transferred to Utah Jazz in February 2016 . In Utah he met Hayward, with whom he had previously played in college, and his former coach with the Hawks, Quin Snyder . In the Jazz, Snyder Mack immediately promoted the role of starting point guard. Mack thanked it with good performances and scored 12.7 points, 5.3 assists and 3.8 rebounds on average in the remaining 28 games. He also set a career record on March 11, 2016 with 27 points in defeating the Washington Wizards .

Before the 16/17 season , Mack signed a contract with the Orlando Magic as a free agent (sports) . After a year as a back-up with the Magic, he was released again at the end of the season in the Free Agency, and shortly afterwards joined the Memphis Grizzlies .

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Individual evidence

  1. Mack scores career-high 27 as Jazz beat Wizards 114-93
  2. Orlando Magic Sign Shelvin Mack
  3. Grizzlies sign Shelvin Mack