It’s a mystery to me.
How does a guy with this much athleticism and upside keep finding himself in the D-League?
Christian Eyenga spent some time in Erie with the BayHawks when they were affiliated with the Cleveland Cavaliers. As a rookie, he averaged 12.3 points and 4.7 rebounds in 15 games with the BayHawks.
This season, the Cavaliers own the Canton Charge and sent Eyenga down to the D-League expansion franchise today. He shows enough flashes to have a spot in the NBA as you can see below, but hasn’t done enough consistently to stick in the NBA.
Unfortunately for him, it happens.