Dyson Daniels

Dyson Daniels

#11 Shooting Guard Point Guard
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Personal Information

Full Name Dyson Daniels
Position Shooting Guard, Point Guard
DOB (Age) 17-03-2003 (21 yrs)
Height 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)
Weight 199 lbs (90 kgs)
Draft 2022 - Rd: 1, Pick: 8 (NOP)
Debut 2022

Dyson Daniels: A Brief Biography

Early Life and High School Career

Dyson Daniels was born in Bendigo, Australia, and started playing basketball at age of seven. He was inspired to play by his father, Ricky Daniels who played professionally in Australia for the Bendigo Braves. Daniels joined his father’s old team for the 2019 season and later that year signed with the NBA Global Academy in Canberra.

College Career

Dyson Daniels had offers from several colleges such as Georgia Tech, California, Arkansas, Colorado, and St. Mary’s. He eventually signed with the NBA G-League Ignite of the G-League and declared for the 2022 NBA Draft.

NCAA Tournament Performance

Dyson Daniels didn’t enroll in any American college or University so he has no performances in the NCAA tournament.

G-League Stats and Splits


Dyson Daniels played and started in 14 games for the NBA G-League Ignite for the Showcase Cup. He averaged 11.3 points, 4.4 assists, 6.2 rebounds, and 1.9 steals per game in 31.2 minutes of action, displaying an all-around game.


Dyson Daniel’s career splits aren’t very impressive but certainly have room for improvement. He shot just shy of 50% from the field and converted nearly 74% of his free throws. His three-point shooting certainly needs improvement.

Personal life and partner(s)

Dyson Daniels is reportedly not in a relationship, at least not publicly. He keeps his personal life quite private and doesn’t share much details about his relationships.

Projected 2022 NBA Draft rank

Dyson Daniels is expected to go top 10 in the 2022 NBA Draft, with many scouts predicting he might go either 6th or 7th overall.

Style of play

Dyson Daniels isn’t much of a scorer but displays an overall complete game with his rebounding and playmaking. He is a lockdown defender and his game is often compared to Lonzo Ball, Derrick White, and Evan Turner.