HoopsHype Dennis Schroeder rumors

July 17, 2014 Updates

When Dennis Schröder isn't competing on the court in the Las Vegas Summer League, he's competing in something else. Table tennis. Schröder played in the NBA's annual Table Tennis Challenge Wednesday night. The tournament, held in Las Vegas during the Summer League, fielded 32 players, including Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey, Charlotte Hornets General Manager Rich Cho and former Hawks coach Bob Weiss, now on Charlotte's staff. NBA.com

June 10, 2014 Updates

They've shown interest in Minnesota's Kevin Love, but they have also lowered their sights for players like Atlanta's Dennis Schroeder, and I'm told they also like Milwaukee's Brandon Knight. However, if Smart is on the board here, he'll be tough to pass. He's the perfect fit for a coach like Mike Malone. And don't count out Elfrid Payton here; he's coming off a terrific workout in Sacramento. If Smart is off the board, he's a possibility. ESPN.com

June 5, 2014 Updates

Atlanta Hawks guard Dennis Schröder will be suiting up for Germany in the 2015 Eurobasket Qualifying Rounds. Schröder will look to lead the Germans past Poland, Austria and Luxembourg in Group C as they bid to better the woeful pool stage exit at Eurobasket in Ljubljana last year. TalkBasket

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So Schroder, a gifted point guard, waits, understanding that success in the NBA is not instantaneous. “Every time I do an interview, everybody tells me that,” Schroder said of the comparisons to Rondo. “For me, it means a lot because he’s like the best point guard in the NBA and I hope that I’ll be one day like him and be an All-Star and win championships. I think with his long arms and defense and his [ability] to see the open guys, yeah, I compare me a little bit like him, too.” Boston Globe

“Since I’ve been a kid I’ve tried to win every game and try to give everything to lead the team,” Schroder said. “Every time when I step on the court I try to be the best and win against other point guards, try to play them well and tough.” The adjustment to the NBA has been rocky. Coach Mike Budenholzer already has sent Schroder to the Development League for a stint. Schroder needs to cut down on risky plays and turnovers. He needs to gain consistency. “It’s a completely different game than [overseas], in Europe you call a lot of set plays,” he said. “In Germany, I played very fast and I can get used to the game in the NBA. I feel comfortable here. At the beginning of the season I played like 20 minutes a game and then I had two bad games and I was out of the rotation, and now I have to be patient and get my minutes back.” Boston Globe

December 31, 2013 Updates
December 16, 2013 Updates

The Atlanta Hawks have recalled guard Dennis Schröder from the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA Development League, it was announced today by President of Basketball Operations/General Manager Danny Ferry. In addition, Jared Cunningham has been assigned to the Jam. Schröder was assigned to Bakersfield on December 4, 2013. He appeared in six games for the Jam, all starts, and averaged 17.0 points, a team-best 6.7 assists and 4.2 rebounds in 34.0 minutes (.479 FG%). NBA.com

December 5, 2013 Updates

Schroder has played sparingly since losing his backup point guard role to Shelvin Mack and with the return of Lou Williams. The 20-year-old had not played in seven of the past 10 games, including the final three, before his reassignment. In the three games he had played since Nov. 15, he totaled 37 minutes, 27 of which came in a blowout loss to the Rockets last week. “A big part of development is playing,” coach Mike Budenholzer said. “Where the rotations are right now, his best chance of opportunity to get court time and development is going to play games and minutes in the D-League.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution

December 4, 2013 Updates

The Atlanta Hawks have assigned guard Dennis Schröder to the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA Development League, it was announced today by President of Basketball Operations/General Manager Danny Ferry. Schröder, Atlanta’s first round pick in the 2013 NBA Draft (17th overall), is averaging 3.7 points, 2.5 assists and 1.1 rebounds in 13.9 minutes in 11 games this season. He ranks tied for fourth among all NBA rookies in assists and tied for 16th in scoring. NBA.com

November 7, 2013 Updates
November 6, 2013 Updates

Rookie Dennis Schroeder might be getting a call from the NBA offices today after what can only be described as a low blow to Kings center DeMarcus Cousins in Atlanta’s 105-100 victory last night in Sacramento. We have seen this situation before, only in reverse. Remember back on Dec. 11 last year when Cousins was suspended one game for popping Dallas Mavericks guard O.J. Mayo below the belt? “I took a cheap shot to my lower area,” Cousins told reporters from his locker after the game. “They (the refs) just blew it off. I guess because it was me. But as soon as something happens on the other end, because it’s me, they run to the camera.” Cowbell Kingdom

October 25, 2013 Updates

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