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Seamus Boxley

Seamus Boxley

Position:

Small Forward / Power Forward

Passport:

USA

Height:

6´8¨ 203cm

DOB:

September 21, 1982

University:

Portland State

Current team:

Leiden Holland Div.1

Status:

Available

Player Profile

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Scouting Report

Seamus Boxley is a versatile 4-3, he is strong and skilled on the inside he can score with his back to or facing the basket and will attack the rebounds on both ends of the court. Can also easily swing out to the 3 position where he will face the basket and take his man off the dribble or shoot the open jumper. Tremendous work ethic, comes early to practice and stays late to work on his game. Very skilled player who is constantly working on his body and his game. Throughout his career Seamus has always been considered one of the top defensive players in every league he has played.

Career History

Season: 2013-14 - Team: Hoverla - League: Ukraine
GamesMPGPPG 2PT%3PT%FT% RPGAPG SPGBPG
1732:4513.2 52.9%24.6%69.4% 7.82.2 0.90.4
Notes: Seamus was voted one of the top-5 players in the Ukraine by coaches over the first half of the season. He was leading Horvela into the playoffs when the civil-war in the country cut his season short at the end of January. He did lead the team and near the top of the league in rebounds per game.

Season: 2012-13 - Team: Oberwart - League: Austria
GamesMPGPPG 2PT%3PT%FT% RPGAPG SPGBPG
2334:0019.3 60.5%32.4%74.1% 6.63.0 0.80.6
Notes: MVP of the League! Seamus joined the struggling team in December and immediately changed the chemistry in a positive way. Oberwart was the hottest team in the 2nd half of the season in Austria with Seamus becoming team captain and leader on the court the team made it to the Championship finals.

Season: 2011-12 - Team: Leiden - League: FIBA EuroChallange
GamesMPGPPG 2PT%3PT%FT% RPGAPG SPGBPG
1231:4512.8 46.8%27.3%62.1% 6.31.8 1.10.3
Season: 2011-12 - Team: Leiden - League: Holland 1st div.
GamesMPGPPG 2PT%3PT%FT% RPGAPG SPGBPG
3331:5014.5 50.5%24.1%70.2% 6.62.3 1.00.7
Notes: Seamus was simply the best player in the Dutch league and voted MVP!

Season: 2010-11 - Team: Leiden - League: Holland 1st div.
GamesMPGPPG 2PT%3PT%FT% RPGAPG SPGBPG
3533.415.7 56.4%36.6%66.5% 6.32.5 1.00.7
Notes: Seamus had another outstanding season in Holland... He lead his team to thir first Championship in 30+ years and was named MVP of the playoffs!

Season: 2009-10 - Team: Leiden - League: Holland 1st Div.
GamesMPGPPG 2PT%3PT%FT% RPGAPG SPGBPG
2433.617.8 54.9%25.7%67.4% 6.82.4 1.01.2
Notes: Seamus returned to Leiden for a 2nd season, where he was looked at to be the team leader both on and off the court, and Seamus certainly delivered, finishing in the top 5 int he league in both scoring and rebounding. Through his leadership the team has had the most successful season in the clubs history, winning the Dutch Cup Championship and advancing to the semifinals of the league playoffs... (SEASON CURRENTLY IN PROGRESS).

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Season: 2008-09 - Team: Leiden - League: Holland 1st div.
GamesMPGPPG 2PT%3PT%FT% RPGAPG SPGBPG
2834:4014.2 47.7%26.7%63.7% 7.32.4 1.10.6
Notes: -

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Season: 2007-08 - Team: Giessen 46ers - League: Germany 1st div.
GamesMPGPPG 2PT%3PT%FT% RPGAPG SPGBPG
2623:205.9 57.3%11.4%60.5% 3.31.0 0.50.5
Notes: Seamus had a very solid year in Germany's top league. He established himself as Giessen defensive stopper where he was regulary called upon to defend the oposing teams best player at the 3 or 4 position. For the first time in his career he was not asked to be the focus on the offensive end of the floor and selflessly accepted his role.

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Season: 2006-07 - Team: Matrixx Magixx - League: Holland 1st div.
GamesMPGPPG 2PT%3PT%FT% RPGAPG SPGBPG
3634:2016.6 59.7%25.3%72.3% 8.12.7 1.31.2
Notes: Seamus had a tremendous first season in Europe, he finished among the top 10 in the league in scoring, rebounding, and FG% and lead his team to the Dutch Cup Championship and the finals of the Dutch League Championship.

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Season: 2005-06 - Team: Tulas 66ers - League: NBDL
GamesMPGPPG 2PT%3PT%FT% RPGAPG SPGBPG
3912:205.9 .450%%.633% 3.60.5 0.30.2
Notes: After spending the Summer of 2005 playing with the Portland Trailblazers NBA summer league team, Seamus signed a contract in the NBDL where he started 12 of 39 games for Tulsa as a rookie recording season highs of 18pts vs Albuquerque and 9 rebounds vs Fayettiville.

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Season: 2001-2005 - Team: Portland State - League: NCAA D1
GamesMPGPPG 2PT%3PT%FT% RPGAPG SPGBPG
2836:4020.6 .592%.361%.680% 8.12.5 0.81.4
Notes: Career Highlights: Named Big Sky Conference Player of the Year as a senior and earned First Team All-Conference honors his junior and senior seasons. Also named Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year his junior and senior seasons. Finished collegiate career as Portland State's fourth all-time leading scorer with 1,498 points and third all-time leading rebounder with 748 boards. Also set school career records for games played (114), blocked shots (128), and field goal percentage (.560). Started 93 of 114 career games and posted 23 career double-doubles. Senior (2004-05): Led the Big Sky in scoring (20.6 ppg) and blocked shots (39) while ranking second in rebounding (8.1 rpg) and field goal percentage (.592). Led team in scoring 17 times. Scored 20 or more points 19 times, with a career-high 32 points on 12-for-16 shooting at Northern Arizona. Posted 22 points and tied a career-high by grabbing 16 rebounds at Howard. Registered 28 points on 11-for-13 shooting vs. Bethune-Cookman. Tallied 22 points, 14 rebounds, and a season-high four blocks vs. Idaho State. Scored 19 points, grabbed eight rebounds, and dished out seven assists vs. Montana. Opened the season with 21 points at Gonzaga. Led team with 24 points and 12 rebounds in the Big Sky Tournament semi-finals vs. Weber State. Redshirt Junior (2003-04): Averaged 14.8 points and led the Big Sky in rebounding with 9.4 boards a contest. Also ranked fourth in blocked shots. Started all 27 games. Posted a league-high 11 double-doubles. Scored a season-high 24 points on 8-for-10 shooting at Portland. Recorded 23 points and 15 rebounds at Northern Arizona. Tallied 22 points and a career-high 16 rebounds vs. Idaho State. Scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds at UTEP. Notched 15 points and nine rebounds at Washington. Junior (2002-03): Averaged 10.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 2.8 assists in four games before making the decision to redshirt due to recovery from surgery to repair a torn ligament in his left hand. Posted season highs of 23 points and eight rebounds vs. Linfield. Sophomore (2001-02): Averaged 10.1 points and 4.6 rebounds while shooting .552 from the field (ranked fourth in the Big Sky). Set a school single-season record with 34 blocked shots. Started 19 of 28 games. Scored in double figures 12 times and surpassed the 20 point mark on four occasions. Posted season-high 23 points at Cal Poly and vs. Portland. Recorded 22 points and a season-high nine rebounds vs. Eastern Washington. Named Honorable Mention All-Conference. Freshman (2000-01): Averaged 7.4 points and 4.3 rebounds in 20.3 minutes a contest. Led team in field goal shooting (.549). Started 16 of 27 games. Set season highs with 19 points and ten rebounds at Sacramento State. Tallied 16 points vs. Sacramento State. Scored ten points at Oregon.

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