J. R. Pinnock
Pinnock, whose parents had immigrated from Panama to the United States, his career in 2003 for the George Washington University began in the North American college league NCAA. In 2004 he was elected to the Atlantic -10 Division in the All- Rookie team, 2005 sixth- best player of the year and 2006 in the All -Atlantic 10 First Team, in which the top five players of the Division are represented. In his senior year he came in 30 games to 14.5 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.4 ball winnings per game at a field litter hit rate of 48.5 % ( 164/338 ). From the three-point line, he scored a hit rate of 27.5 % (25 /91). After completing his third college year he enlisted then for the NBA Draft on.
Since 2005, Pinnock is also part of the senior national team of Panama. In the U.S. Championship in 2005, he scored in eight games 13.5 points per game for the Central Americans and hit 44 of his 88 field throw attempts. 2006 should the combo guard fly with the Panamanian squad for the World Cup to Japan. Shortly before the scheduled departure to Panama he had to issue a denial, however, because he had lost his passport Panamanian coach Guillermo Vecchio.
From The Dallas Mavericks Pinnock had been selected at the end of June 2006 NBA Draft in the second round to 58th. He was then transferred in exchange for a future second-round pick to the Los Angeles Lakers. Until 26 October 2006, Pinnock was a member of their Vorsaisonkader, but fell short of a squad reduction before the season starts victim. In six preseason games the 1.93 m wide Pinnock had scored an average of 1.8 points per game.
From November 2006 to January 24, 2007 Pinnock belonged 46ers squad for the casting. However, the contract was terminated with the structure and wing players for disciplinary reasons by mutual agreement.
In summer 2007, he participated with the national team of Panama to the U.S. Championships. He could make in four games on average 16.5 points and 7.0 rebounds.
Danilo Pinnock level since October 1, 2007 the team of the Portland Trail Blazers, but was released again on October 15. In the only warm-up game, which denied Pinnock for the Blazers, he scored 2 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals (October 12, at the Denver Nuggets ).
Pinnock, whose father's name is Danilo had to call at a young age " JR " for Junior. Since late 2005 he appears under his real name.