Basketball Resume

Robert Nortmann – Professional Basketball Resume

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Nationality: Bahamian/Canadian/German

Position: Power Forward/Center

Height: 6’8” (203 cm)

Wingspan: 6’10” (208 cm)

Weight: 235lbs (107 kg)

Born: December 8th 1987

Summary

Robert is an experienced, hard working and skilled athlete. He has professional basketball experience in Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, and China. Robert is a tough, physical player who always plays hard. He has been named “Mr. Energy” for his high motor and activity levels on the court. Robert is a versatile player who can create offence for himself and his teammates both in the post and the perimeter. He uses footwork, physicality, and a soft touch to score in the post. Robert is also effective on the perimeter; his mid-range shooting, quickness and ball handling abilities make him a constant threat. Robert is also extremely mobile defensively and can guard positions 1-5. He is an excellent pick and roll defender, who can easily switch onto guards. Robert is constantly attacking the glass as well as making other winning, hustle plays. Robert is a proven winner and leader who puts the goals of his team above all else.

References

“I Love Rob’s energy and competitive level!”

Jesse Mermuys – Los Angeles Lakers assistant coach. Previously with the Houston Rockets and the Toronto Raptors.

“Robert is a high energy player and versatile enough to play either forward position. Offensively he could score inside and outside. He has excellent range on his shot which extends beyond 3-point land and an efficient midrange game. He can also create his own shot off the dribble and is an aggressive all-around player who will drive hard to the basket and attack the glass. He is an excellent rebounder for his size especially on the offensive end where he crashes the boards hard and uses his athleticism and strong frame. His size, athleticism and strength allow him to defend multiple positions. He plays with intensity and passion and never stops working.”

John Clara – University of Toronto Assistant Coach

International Experience

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Bahamas Senior Men’s National Basketball Team

  • 2017-18 FIBA World Cup Qualifiers
  • 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games (Barranquilla, Colombia)

Professional Experience

2018 – 2019: Walter Tigers Tubingen (Pro A – Germany)

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2017 – 2018: Romerstrom Gladiators Trier (Pro A – Germany)

 

2017 – 2018: Windsor Express (NBLC – Canada)

 

2016 – 2017: Island Storm (NBLC – Canada)

 

2016 – 2017: Francavilla Fontana (Serie C – Italy)

2016: Team USA (Four Nations Tournament – Yunnan, China)

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2015 – 2016: Island Storm (NBLC – Canada)

 

2014 – 2015: Harlem Globetrotters (Entertainment – USA)

 

2013 – 2014: Halifax Rainmen (NBLC – Canada)

 

2012- 2013: Maitland Mustangs (Waratah – Australia)

 

University Career and Awards

Dalhousie University Tigers 2008 – 2012 (U Sports – Canada)

Robert had a very successful university career both on and off the basketball court. Robert was a varsity student-athlete who majored in History. He also volunteered with a weekly program for at risk youth, supervised campus intramural programs, and coached Dal basketball camps. Robert focused extensively on his  basketball development during his time at Dal. In his freshman year, Robert only played a total of 9 minutes. Through hard work and dedication, Robert developed into a conference All-Star his senior year, averaging 14.6 points and 6.4 rebounds. Robert was a winner his entire career at Dal, increasing his role every season. He played a key role on teams that made the post season every year and won the conference title in 2009 and 2011. In 2012 Robert earned a BA in History, concluding his time at Dalhousie University.

2012 – AUS Conference All-Star

2012 – Dalhousie Men’s Basketball MVP

2012 – Scoring Leader for Dalhousie University (14.6 pts/game)

2012 – Team Captain for Dalhousie Men’s Basketball

2012 – Offensive Rebound Leader in AUS Conference(3.71/game) (3rd in the country)

2011 – AUS Conference Champion with Dalhousie University

2010 – Dalhousie University’s “D” Award

2009 – AUS Conference Champion with Dalhousie University

Other Basketball Awards

2017 – “Raptors 905” NBA G-League Training Camp

2016 – “OVO Bounce” Tournament Champion in Toronto, Canada

2016 – “Four Nations Tournament” Champion in Yunnan, China

2016 – “Four Nations Tournament” Dunk Contest Winner in Kunming, China

2014 – “Basketball Summit” All-Star in Las Vegas, USA

2012 – NBA G-League Draft Contract

2012 – Top 5 Player at Slammers Camp in Bonn, Germany

2010 – University of Toronto Summer League All-Star Game MVP

2007 – Sam Ashaolu Charity Showcase Dunk Contest Winner

Pro AM and Exposure Camps

Contact

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