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Jack Schneider (basketball)
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Jack Schneider was born in Sindelfingen Germany (*31 January 2000). He played in the under 10 basketball league for TV Waiblingen. He transferred in 2013 to Porsche BBA where he won the state championship in the under 12 league and also reached the southern German playoffs in the under 14 league.
Mid of 2016 he transferred to Young Tigers Tubingen junior pro where he reached the German final four playoffs.
The next year he started with Team Ehingen Urspring (2017) junior pro and reached the playoffs and earned the MVP award for the season. He competed with the state team in an International Tournament in France (Tim Samur) where he won the tournament and was awarded the tournaments MVP award.
In October 2019 he made his debut in the German Juinor Pro under 18 league with Ehingen Urspring (ref. Sport.de).
Career in the German Basketball Team
At 15 years of age he was nominated for the German National Team, and again at 16 years of age in 2017.
State team Nomination
German National Team 2017
Young Tigers Tubingen JBBL
Ehingen Ursprung JBBL
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