Daniel Artest

SMWW Agent: Joe Tyler

Athlete Bio

Name: Daniel Artest

DOB: 11/13/1982
Height: 6'6
Weight: 282
Standing vert jump: '27
Two step vert jump: '34
25-yd dash: 3.15 secs
Shuttle drill: 9.97secs

An undersized, but strong and powerful forward, who plays hard on both sides of the court. Has great hands and foot work. Grew up playing street ball, known as "Da Guardian". He never played high school ball. Played organized ball when he arrived at Community College of Southern Nevada. During offseason, Daniel works out with his brother, NBA star Ron Artest.

College Career:
2002-2003: Community College of Southern Nevada (NJCAA) 12 games, 15.0 ppg, 8.3 rpg, 55% FG, 47% 3pt FG, 66% FT
2003-2004: Westchester CC (NJCAA) 18.2 ppg, 12.3 rpg, 57% FG, 72% FT

Pro Career:
2005-2006: Kentucky Colonels (ABA) 6 games, 25.3 mpg, 18.4 ppg, 13.5 rpg
2006-2007: TV Saarlouis (Germany-Regionalliga): 20 ppg, 13 rpg
Jan.'07 Atlanta Vision (ABA) 17.3 mpg, 12.3 ppg, 9.8 rpg
2008: Rockford Fury (PBL) 18 mpg, 12.6ppg, 7.1 rpg

*sat out 2009 due to birth of kids*

2010: Maryland GreenHawks (PBL): 5 games: 13.8 mpg, 8.0 ppg, 5.6 rpg, FG 43.8%, FT: 52.2%
2010: Indianapolis Drive (ABA) 18 ppg, 11 rpg

Diamond Midwest Basketball Exposure Camp (2 games): 13.5 ppg, 4.5 rpg

Camp award:
Diamond Midwest Camp 1st Team

Diamond Basketball Exposure Camp Summary:

"A monster pure and simple! Excellent footwork and easily the best low-post scorer at our event. Was much faster than any other forwards in the 25 yard dash and pro agility test! Post's incredibly hard and impossible to stop under the hoop. He also possesses a solid 15-18 foot jump shot that he hits with regularity. A passionate and smart player on the floor".

For game film go to this website:http://www.basketballexposurecamp.com

Click on "Players". Then scroll down to the "Featured Players" page where you will find my name. (#66)