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Walter Herrmann Heinrich is an Argentine professional basketball player. He is listed at 6'9" and 225 lbs. He was a key member of the Argentinian national basketball team that won the gold medal during the 2004 Olympic Basketball Tournament. He is currently with the pro club Saski Baskonia.
Herrmann began his pro career in the Argentine League with Olimpia Venado Tuerto in 1996. He played there until the year 2000. He won two Argentine League slam dunk contests during that time. In 2000, he moved to the Argentine club Atenas Cordoba, and he played there until 2002. He was the MVP of the Argentine League regular season and Finals in 2002 with Atenas.
Herrmann finished the 200607 NBA season averaging 9.2 points per game and 2.9 rebounds per game. Walter scored his NBA career-high 30 points against the Milwaukee Bucks on April 14 and also grabbed a career high 7 defensive rebounds in the same game. Walter made the NBA All-Rookie Second Team along with his teammate Adam Morrison at the end of the season. After the season was over, the Bobcats activated their team option on Herrmann for the 200708 NBA season, paying him $1.944 million.
Talkbasket.net Herrmann returns to Europe, signs with TAU.
Baskonia.com Walter Herrmann, tercer fichaje del TAU Ceramica (Spanish).
NBA: Bobcats Sign Walter Herrmann.
Hermann earns East's top rookie honors in March.
NBA: Bobcats Trade To Get Mohammed From Pistons.
Herrmann gets 1-year deal.
Deseret Morning News | Athens-bound Argentine overcomes family griefs.
NBA Player Bio
Profile at FIBA.com
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