Basketball Profile

With the shot clock winding down: Point Guard signs to Post Player to set a screen. He makes two dribbles to his left and jumps off for a shot attempt. Having a hand in his face, he decides to pass the ball to Post Player, who now has just enough space to catch it and quickly shoot a highly contested jumper over a taller defender. (Dachau Spurs II vs. Passau White Wolves II, 4.3.2018)

Stefan Reiser (black uniform No. 7)

Height: 195 cm

Positions: Small Forward, Stretch Four, Power Forward

Born: Dec. 1981

Nationality: Austrian

Contact: basket(at)stefanreiser(dot)at

 

TEAMS

2018: TV 1862 Passau White Wolves II (GER, Upper Bavarian Bezirksliga Nord, 5 games: ca. 15 minutes per game, 7.4 ppg, ca. 6 rpg)

2014-16: Vienna Balling 05 (AUT, Viennese League, 2. Klasse, 30 games: 15-20 mpg, 8-10 ppg, 6-8 rpg)

2007-11: Lok Praterstern (AUT, Viennese ASKÖ Cup, 70+ games: 30-35 mpg, 20-25 ppg, 8-12 rpg, 5-7 apg, 2-3 spg)

2000-07: UBBC Innviertel Tigers (AUT, Upper Austrian Landesliga, 150+ games: 25-35 mpg, 10-16 ppg, 10-14 rpg, 2-3 bpg)

1998-00: UBBC Innviertel Tigers (AUT, Upper Austrian Under 18 League)

 

STRENGTHS

Exemplary Mid-Range Jump Shot: quick catch-and-shoot, high release point

Effective in using picks, getting open by changing directions

Steady Mid-Range percentage, decent 3-point and Freethrow shooting

Low post moves: Turnaround Jump Shot, Fadeaway, Hookshot, Up-and-Under etc.

Give & Go, Pick & Pop, Pick & Roll

Offensive rebounding, putbacks

Solid inside passes, good assist to turnover ratio

Help positioning, deflections, doing the little things

Basketball IQ, patience, looking for advantages

Leadership qualities, building trust, making the others better

 

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE

Coaching: Senior Women, Senior Men

Founder, Chairman & Player-Manager of an Amateur Basketball Club (Senior Men’s Team, Vienna, 2004-11)

Participation at Tournaments in Vienna, Gmunden, Wels, Enns, Ried im Innkreis et al.

 

 

Horns Offense: Wing Players go to the corners, Post Players come up. Point Guard makes a pass to one of them. After the hand-off, first Post Player finds his spot on the other wing. Second Post Player comes and sets a screen for the pick and roll. Point Guard makes two dribbles and kicks it out to first Post Player, who is able to knock down a highly contested 3-point shot. (Dachau Spurs II vs. Passau White Wolves II, 4.3.2018; black uniform No. 7: Reiser)
Horns Offense: Wing Players go to the corners, Post Players come up. Point Guard makes a pass to one of them and goes for the hand-off with Post Player, who will find his spot on the other wing. Second Post Player comes and sets a screen. Point Guard penetrates and makes a well-timed bounce pass to the rolling Post Player, who has a free path to the basket and finishes with an overhand-layup. (Dachau Spurs II vs. Passau White Wolves II, 4.3.2018; black uniform No. 7: Reiser)