Shannon Brown
Shannon Brown
33-Year-Old GuardG
Free Agent  NBDL
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2018 Fantasy Outlook
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$Signed a one-year contract with the D-League in October of 2016.
Will open season in D-League
GFree Agent
October 20, 2016
Brown agreed Thursday to a NBA D-League contract for the 2016-17 campaign, Chris Reichert of UpsideMotor.com reports.
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Through his agreement, Brown will be eligible for the NBA D-League Draft, so it remains to be seen which team the 30-year-old will join. Brown last played in the NBA during the 2014-15 season, seeing action in five games with the Heat. Depending on how Brown looks during his D-League stint, Brown could find some interest from teams in need of added backcourt depth.
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Shannon Brown
NBA Team Previews: Miami Heat
NBA Team Previews: Miami Heat
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February 28, 2014
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September 29, 2013
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NBA Draft Kit: Coaching Tiers
NBA Draft Kit: Coaching Tiers
September 16, 2013
September 16, 2013
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Brown signed a one-year contract with the Heat in the offseason. He'll spend his ninth season in league playing a limited role off the bench. With both the Knicks and the Kings last season, he averaged 2.2 points, 1.0 rebound, 0.3 assists, and 0.4 steals through 29 games. At nine minutes per contest, the 28-year-old didn't leave much evidence as to why he would deserve a spot in the Heat's rotation this season and will likely provide limited contributions in Miami as a result. On top of that, he'll be stacked up against Reggie Williams and Tyler Johnson all season in practice to see which of the three deserves the honor of backing up a backup in Danny Granger. Dwyane Wade will steal most of the spotlight at shooting guard this season, leaving guys like Brown with little room for relevancy.
Brown's career-high average of 24 minutes per game should remain steady. His points, however, should dwindle for a second straight season. Last year, he came off the bench to spell both guards and has no reason to expect anything differently in 2013. The primary difference will be sharing the ball with Bledsoe, who is expected to play some point. A below-average shooter, Brown is a strange fit.
Brown is a sparkplug combo guard who is equally capable of putting up highlight dunks and making his coaches pull their hair out. He is at his best when he's coming off the bench, where he can use his top-notch athletic abilities to wreck havoc on other team's backup guards by applying intense defensive pressure and relentlessly attacking offensively. Fantasy wise he won't contribute a lot, but should be good for about 10 points per game and a steal if you're in a pinch.
The Suns’ biggest signing this offseason, Brown will likely act as the team’s sixth man. He’s an explosive athlete with ability to play point and shooting guard. Brown isn’t a great shooter, but has three-point range, and his defensive abilities will mean he’ll see the floor quite a bit for a defense-challenged Suns team.
Brown has always possessed elite level athleticism, but that has never translated to much production. He is solely a scorer, and does so in spurts, but not nearly on a consistent enough level to warrant a fantasy look. Should Kobe Bryant miss time, Brown’s value will skyrocket, but otherwise he’ll be little more than a bench player battling for minutes.
An aggressive attacker towards the rim, Brown shoots a high percentage from the field and has shown a decent long-range shot from time to time.
Brown’s looking at very limited minutes behind Jason Richardson and Matt Carroll, but that could increase because he defends better than Carroll. Brown enters training camp as long shot to be part of the back court rotation, but could unlock some of his potential under new coach Larry Brown. He’s an athletic player who can create his own shot, but has size problems at the two. He needs to improve his ball handling to be considered a combo guard.
Brown was selected in the first round of the 2006 draft to help bolster the Cavs' backcourt, but a December injury limited him to just 23 games. He'll spend training camp pushing to regain playing time, but with Larry Hughes and Daniel Gibson entrenched at the guard spots, Brown will be no more than a role player.
Brown, along with second-round pick Daniel Gibson, was selected to help bolster the Cavs' backcourt. His defensive ability represents an immediate boon, and some scouts see his ability to shoot free-throws as an indication of good mechanics that should transfer to shooting from the field. With Flip Murray out of the picture and Larry Hughes not fully recovered from his finger injury, Brown could be given every opportunity to make an immediate impact. The fact that he can play both guard positions increases his chance to see more minutes as the season goes along.
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GFree Agent
November 24, 2014
Brown was waived by the Heat on Monday, the Heat's official site reports.
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GMiami Heat
November 6, 2014
Brown's last appearance came against the Raptors on November 2, where he scored 1 point.
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Shannon Brown: Signs With Heat
GMiami Heat
August 27, 2014
Brown signed a one-year contract with the Heat on Wednesday, the Sun Sentinel reports.
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GFree Agent
July 23, 2014
Brown was waived by the Knicks on Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal reports.
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GNew York Knicks
April 18, 2014
Brown played in 19 games for the Knicks this season, averaging 2.1 points, 0.8 rebounds and 0.6 steals.
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