The Alaska Aces are focusing on their running game in preparation for their PBA Season 37 Commissioner's Cup 2012 campaign. And in line with that, they will get an import who best fit their running game. And according to one of Mr. Noli Eala's Tweets, their import could be Matt Haryasz.
Matt is a lanky import who is fast despite being a 6'11 towering import who came out of the Stanford University Cardinals. After playing for the Cardinals, he opted to enter the 2006 NBA Draft, but he was drafted by any team. After that bad experience, he decided to play in the NBA D-League for one season. He then went overseas to play in the 2010-2011 Euro Cup.
In the Euro Cup he played only an average of 25 minutes per ball game for the Grolingen Team, but since he's athletic and he's fast, he was able to have good statistics. He averaged 11.6 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1 block per game. For me, he is an efficient player and he's a hard worker. For sure he'll be able to play well for the Alaska Aces.
Here's how he plays. The video came from YouTube.