Welcome D'Shawn Schwartz


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Portsmith Invitational next week:

Kim English


Excited for D’Shawn as he starts his
journey at the PIT!
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Our next three players are all joining us out of the @atlantic10! Yet another VA native will be competing in Portsmouth next week, this time its @MasonMBB stud D'Shawn Schwartz (@DshawnSchwartz5) #PIT22

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He got his first two points yesterday, though.
Apparently, his only appearance. Too bad he didn't get more exposure.

From a Colorado fan website, talking about their former players in the summer league:


D'Shawn Schwartz only saw four minutes of action in one Summer League game with the New York Knicks. The undrafted rookie made two free throws and had two steals.
After four seasons competing with the Buffaloes, Schwartz left Boulder ranked seventh in program history in three-pointers made and 34th in scoring. He used his extra "COVID" season of eligibility to play at George Mason, where he shot a career-best 45.7 percent from the field and averaged 15.5 points a game.
Back in April at the 2022 Dos Equis 3x3U National Championship in New Orleans, Schwartz's turnaround jump shot lifted the Big East/A-10 Team to victory, which came with $50,000 in prize money.



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I wonder if he will try to catch on to a G-league team in the hopes of an emergency contract down the road or head overseas?