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Charles Jenkins  G
Current Team: KK Crvena Zvezda
Date Of Birth: Feb 28, 1989 (25 years old)
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York (United States)
Nationality: United States
Height: 6-3 (191cm)      Weight: 215 (98kg)   
Current Agent: Mike Lindeman
Current NBA Status: Unrestricted Free Agent (Philadelphia Sixers)

Draft Entry: 2011 NBA Draft
Early Entry Info: N/A
Pre-Draft Team: Hofstra (Sr)
Draft Rights Trade: N/A
Draft Rights Renounced: N/A
High School: Springfield Gardens High School [Queens, New York (United States)]

Charles Jenkins News

Charles Jenkins Extends Contract With Crvena Zvezda

Charles Jenkins has an NBA out he can use by July 31.

Warriors Trade Tyler, Jenkins To Get Under Tax

The Warriors have made two trades right at the deadline to avoid the luxury tax.

Warriors Looking To Clear Tyler, Jenkings To Avoid Tax

The Warriors have never paid the luxury tax.

Rival Teams Expect Warriors To Avoid Paying Luxury Tax

Jeremy Tyler, Charles Jenkins and Kent Bazemore are on minimum contracts and moving two would allow the franchise to get below the tax.

Charles Jenkins Working To Find Niche With Warriors

Charles Jenkins talked to RealGM about his homecoming to the Brooklyn area, his development with the Warriors, and what the future holds in his contract year.

Warriors Likely To Pick Between Robinson, Jenkins

Both Nate Robinson and Charles Jenkins have played relatively well in the absence of Stephen Curry.

Fredette, Jenkins Listed Individually In NBA's Lawsuit Against Union

New York residents not under NBA contract had to be included in the suit.

Knicks Targeting Hofstra's Jenkins

The Knicks are in need of a point guard.

Taylor's Old Dominion Monarchs Win CAA Tournament, Return To Big Dance

Frank Hassell was named Tournament MVP.

Jenkins Receives CAA Player Of The Year Award

Charles Jenkins of Hofstra was named Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year.

Hofstra's Charles Jenkins Flying Under The Radar

Charles Jenkins is one of the most efficient scorers in the country.

Jenkins Breaks Hofstra's All-Time Scoring Mark

Charles Jenkins needed 16 points on Saturday to set the school's scoring mark.

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