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Daryl Macon
Daryl Macon
Position: -
Born: 11/29/95
Height: 6-2 / 1.88
Weight:185 lbs. / 83.9 kg.
Earnings: $77,250 ($83,291*)
Four Americans with NBA experience appear on the HoopsHype list: Daryl Macon and Vince Hunter have signed with UNICS Kazan, Trey Thompkins has joined Zenit Saint Petersburg and Casper Ware is back with CSKA Moscow. Russian teams are currently barred from FIBA competitions like the EuroLeague, so Americans who play for clubs there will be restricted to domestic league play. Just getting to Russia from the States these days typically requires an initial flight to Turkey or Dubai, but the financial rewards — in a profession with a very short window for peak earning years — can be significant.
Daryl Macon Jr. sat down with Eurohoops during the Media Day hosted by Panathinaikos OPAP at the outset of the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague season, his first in the premier European club continental competition. Macon, 25, discussed his goal of making it back to the NBA and also shared many of his experiences playing overseas. “Yes. For sure. It takes time. It’s not something that happens overnight,” he mentioned regarding displaying his talents in the NBA, “For the most part, I try not to think about it. It’s most definitely going to happen.”
Panathinaikos OPAP has signed Daryl Macon (26, 1.88 meters) for the next two years (1+1). Daryl Macon Jr. is a basketball player born on born on November 29, 1995 in Arkansas, USA. He is a shooting guard who last played for AEK BC. Macon began his college basketball career at Holmes Community College, where he was named a junior college All-American after averaging 23 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game as a freshman. He transferred to Arkansas Razorbacks.

Daryl Macon looking for NBA return

Former Dallas Mavericks and Miami Heat guard Daryl Macon said that he will be looking to return to the NBA next season. The 25-year-old American player spent his first season overseas in 2020-21, dividing the year between Galatasaray in Turkey and AEK Athens in Greece. Here’s what Macon said to Cosmote TV before his departure from Greece to the USA
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“If a great opportunity presents itself, that’s something I’ll just have to talk over with my agency. I don’t really know the future right now. Just go back home, take a couple of weeks off and then get back to it, see what happens. It’s always a possibility for something. It just depends on the situation… obviously it depends on the contract because I feel I may have a lot of offers this offseason. The goal is the NBA. But sometimes you just never know. You got to be prepared to make the tough decisions.”