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Keith Langford

Keith Langford
Khimki Moscow Region.
No. 23 –
Position Shooting guard
League Italian League
Euroleague
Personal information
Born (1983-09-15) September 15, 1983 (age 30)
Fort Worth, Texas
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Listed weight 215 lb (98 kg)
Career information
High school North Crowley (Fort Worth, Texas)
College Kansas (2001–2005)
NBA draft 2005 / Undrafted
Pro playing career 2005–present
Career history
2005–2006 Fort Worth Flyers
2006 Kansas Cagerz
2006–2007 Triboldi Soresina
2007 Austin Toros
2007 San Antonio Spurs
2007–2008 Austin Toros
2008 Angelico Biella
2008–2009 Virtus Bologna
2009–2011 Khimki
2011–2012 Maccabi Tel Aviv
2012–present Emporio Armani Milano
Career highlights and awards
Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

Keith Langford (born September 15, 1983) is an American professional basketball player for Emporio Armani Milano of the Italian League. He is a 6' 4" (1.93 m) tall shooting guard. He played college basketball at the University of Kansas.

Professional career

Langford played in 71 games in the NBA D-League since 2005, most recently with the Austin Toros. Langford played in two NBA games for the San Antonio Spurs during the 2007-08 NBA season, tallying two points and two rebounds. In the 2008 season, he played in the Italian League with Angelico Biella.[1]

In the 2008–09 season, he played with the Italian club Virtus Bologna. With Virtus, he won Europe's third-tier basketball clubs competition, the EuroChallenge championship, and he was named the MVP of the Final Four. In June 2009, Langford signed a two-year, $2.6 million net income contract with the Russian team Khimki Moscow Region of the Euroleague.[2][3]

In March 2011, he signed a 4-year contract extension with Khimki, worth a guaranteed $9.2 million in net income (after taxes).[4] In September 2011, however, Khimki announced that they would be dissolving his contract, after he struggled to bounce back from injuries.[5]

On October 21, 2011, Langford signed a one-year contract with the Israeli League champions Maccabi Tel Aviv.[6][7] He was named the Adriatic League Final Four MVP in 2012.[8]

In July 2012 he signed a two-year deal with Emporio Armani Milano.[9]

Personal life

Langford has two brothers who are also basketball players. His brother Kevin played in college for Texas Christian University and has played professionally in Europe. Langford's other brother, Justin Wesley, plays for the Kansas Jayhawks.

Euroleague career statistics

|- | style="text-align:left;"| 2009–10 | style="text-align:left;"| Khimki | 15 || 14 || 30.3 || .513 || .351 || .757 || 3.5 || 3.0 || 1.1 || .1 || 15.5 || 16.4 |- | style="text-align:left;"| 2010–11 | style="text-align:left;"| Khimki | 10 || 10 || 34.6 || .481 || .351 || .716 || 4.1 || 2.5 || .8 || .3 || 18.7 || 19.7 |- | style="text-align:left;"| 2011–12 | style="text-align:left;"| Maccabi Tel Aviv | 20 || 14 || 23.9 || .494 || .325 || .679 || 2.5 || 2.0 || .7 || .3 || 10.8 || 11.4 |- | style="text-align:left;"| 2012–13 | style="text-align:left;"| Emporio Armani Milano | 10 || 10 || 31.3 || .500 || .410 || .774 || 2.9 || 2.9 || .9 || .0 || 17.0 || 17.5 |- class="sortbottom" | style="text-align:left;"| Career | style="text-align:left;"| | 55 || 48 || 29.0 || .497 || .358 || .728 || 3.2 || 2.6 || .8 || .2 || 14.7 || 15.4 |}

References

External links

  • NBA.com Profile
  • NBA D-League Profile
  • NBDL Statistics
  • Euroleague.net Profile
  • Eurobasket.com Profile


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