Cody Zeller
American baseball player
Cody Zeller
Cody Allen Zeller is a sophomore basketball player for the Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team at Indiana University. Zeller is known to have "the outstanding combination of mobility, scoring instincts and aggressiveness," while also being "an incredibly agile and fluid big man who runs the floor well and has the explosiveness to play above the rim on a regular basis. " Zeller is also known for a "high basketball IQ" and unselfish play.
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Zeller, Hornets Snap Pistons' 4-Game Win Streak, 104-84
NYTimes - about 1 year
Cody Zeller scored 20 points and the Charlotte Hornets snapped the Detroit Pistons' four-game winning streak with a 104-84 victory Monday night.
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Hornets' Zeller Hits Layup With 0.6 Left to Top Knicks 95-93
NYTimes - over 1 year
Cody Zeller made a layup off an inbounds play with 0.6 seconds left to lift the Charlotte Hornets to a 95-93 victory over the New York Knicks on Wednesday night.
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Hornets Top Paul-Less Clippers 106-94 in China Game
NYTimes - over 1 year
Cody Zeller and Jeremy Lin each scored 16 points to lead seven Charlotte players in double digits as the Hornets topped the Los Angeles Clippers 106-94 on Sunday in the first of two preseason NBA games between the teams in China.
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Indiana Basketball: 3 reasons Yogi Ferrell should stay in Bloomington
isports web - almost 2 years
Earlier today, Yogi Ferrell’s father announced that the IU point guard will make his decision to turn pro or not on April 25 at 7:30 p.m. in Indianapolis. Ferrell, who has one year of eligibility remaining at IU, is considered a potential second-round pick according to various mock drafts. As Ferrell’s decision will continue to weigh heavily on the minds of Hoosiers fans up until April 25, here are three major reasons why the junior point guard should return to Bloomington next year: 1. Chance to gain further national attention Last year, Yogi Ferrell solidified himself as a household name in the Big Ten conference, as he was a first-team All-Big Ten selection and averaged 16.3 points and 4.9 assists per game. He had terrific games against some of the best teams in the conference, including 26 points against Ohio St. on the road, and 24 against Maryland in front of Assembly Hall. Unfortunately, because of Indiana’s somewhat “soft” non-conference schedule, he did not have as m ...
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Crean, Hoosiers trying to fill leadership void
Chicago Times - over 3 years
Take a glance at Indiana’s roster.  The top four scorers from last season’s Big Ten championship winner – Cody Zeller, Victor Oladipo, Christian Watford and Jordan Hulls – are gone.     
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Jody Zellen on the ImageBlog
Huffington Post - over 3 years
"It," 2013 digital Ultrachrome print, 8 x 10 inches from the exhibition "Transitions" April 20 - June 2, 2013 www.jodyzellen.com/transitions
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NBA Rookie Class Led By Victor Oladipo Is High Quality, If Not Full Of Superstars
Huffington Post - over 3 years
The 2014 NBA Draft class might be the most talented crop of hoopers since the famed 2003 draft including LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh. But that hardly means we should overlook this year's incoming class, which features a strong blend of scoring, toughness and some possible star power. Let's take a look at five of the key story lines for this year's rookies. 1. Victor's World Victor Olapido, Orlando's second overall pick, is something special. While scouts questioned his natural scoring ability and shooting touch coming out of Indiana (they did the same when he came out of high school), he wowed with his relentless defense, tenacious rebounding and overall appetite for making plays. Oladipo may not have a true position quite yet, but neither did Russell Westbrook or Wade when they came out of school -- and make no mistake, the comparisons to both are real. Oladipo earned consensus First-Team All-America honors during his junior season at Indiana. He is an ...
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Jody Zellen on the ImageBlog
Huffington Post - over 3 years
"Thinking Begins Beyond..." 2013 40 digital Ultrachrome prints, 8 x 10 inches each exhibited in "Transitions" April 20 - June 2, 2013 www.jodyzellen.com/transitions
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A mobile app gives up-to-date info on L.A.'s far-flung art scene
LATimes - over 3 years
Mobility might be endangered in Los Angeles, traffic being what it is, but a mobile app for smartphones to find one's way around the city's far-flung art scene is still an excellent idea. Artists Jody Zellen and Brian C. Moss had it, and their self-described labor of love, called “ What's On Los Angeles ,” is now available.
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Carl Berman: Thoughts from the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas
Huffington Post Sports - over 3 years
After watching the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas for a week, we, at NetScouts Basketball, thought we'd go over some of this year's rookies, how they are playing and what we think of them thus far. We don't view the Summer League as a major predictive tool. Most of the action rivals pick-up games with not a lot of offense put in and the defense questionable as well. Adding to that this year, the competition level has dropped somewhat, with many European level players with no chance of playing in the NBA on rosters. With those disclaimers, here's our analysis: C.J. McCollum, Portland -- Maybe he's just trying to get back into the swing of things after his senior season was cut short by injury, but McCollum has been hoisting them up. He's currently leading the league in scoring at 21.0 ppg but he's only shooting 36.6 percent, 31 percent on three's. That included yesterday's 9-of-26 effort and an 8-of-25 game on Tuesday. He's listed at 6'3 but appears to be at best 6'2. He's ...
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Jody Zellen: Jody Zellen on the ImageBlog
Huffington Post - over 3 years
The Unemployed is an interactive installation that visualizes world-wide unemployment by transforming statistics into animated figures who wander aimlessly across the screen. This project is also part of my app "Urban Rhythms" and was last included in the year long exhibition "Interaction I/O/I: The Senses of Machines" at Dissney Hub Museum in Barcelona. When a person traverses the space where the display is projected their image is captured by a camera directing the animated figures to fill their silhouettes. The background image randomly cycles through all the countries in the world allowing viewers to metaphorically compare and contrast the number of unemployed in each country.
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Indiana: The Biggest Underachiever in NCAA Tournament History
Wall Street Journal - over 3 years
Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller, the No. 2 and 4 picks, made Indiana one of 13 college teams ever to have two top-five selections in the same draft. But that didn't mean much for the Hoosiers in March.
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Bobcats Fans Not Happy With Lottery Pick
Huffington Post Sports - over 3 years
Charlotte Bobcats fans weren't very excited about their team's decision with the fourth overall pick in the NBA Draft. With Kentucky's Nerlens Noel and 7-foot-1 center Alex Len from Maryland still on the board, the Bobcats selected Indiana big man Cody Zeller. That didn't sit well with the Charlotte fans at the team's official draft party. Fans started to boo after David Stern said Zeller's name and according to the Twitter account @DCWLN, some started leaving and chanting "Jordan Sucks." WATCH VIDEO ABOVE (H/T to Did Charlotte Win?)
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First round selections in 2013 NBA Draft
Yahoo News - over 3 years
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Top 10 selections in the 2013 NBA Draft on Thursday at the Barclays Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets (pick number, NBA team, player, position, prior team): 1 Cleveland Cavaliers - Anthony Bennett, forward, University of Nevada, Las Vegas 2 Orlando Magic - Victor Oladipo, guard, Indiana 3 Washington Wizards - Otto Porter, forward, Georgetown 4 Charlotte Hornets - Cody Zeller, center, Indiana 5 Phoenix Suns - Alex Len, center, Maryland 6 New Orleans Pelicans - Nerlens Noel, center, Kentucky 7 Sacramento Kings - Ben McLemore, guard, Kansas 8 Detroit Pistons - Kentavious ...
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With The No. 1 Pick ...
Huffington Post Sports - over 3 years
NEW YORK (AP) — The Cleveland Cavaliers selected UNLV freshman Anthony Bennett with the No. 1 pick Thursday night, making him the first Canadian to be the top choice and getting the NBA draft off to a surprising start. The Cavaliers passed on big men Nerlens Noel and Alex Len, who went to Phoenix at No. 5, in favor of the forward who has starred for Canada's junior national teams and was the Mountain West Conference player of the year. There was suspense right until the end, either because the Cavs were unsure who they wanted or were trying to trade the pick. Most predictions had them taking one of the big men. David Stern, booed heavily in his final draft as commissioner, added to the surprise of the moment by pausing slightly before announcing the Cavs' pick, their first at No. 1 since taking All-Star Kyrie Irving in 2011. Orlando passed on both of the big men, too, going with Indiana swingman Victor Oladipo wit ...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Cody Zeller
    TEENAGE
  • 2012
    Age 19
    Although projected to be a top ten pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, Zeller decided to return for his sophomore season at Indiana, along with teammate Christian Watford.
    More Details Hide Details In a statement issued by the Indiana Athletic Department, he said, "I grew up hoping that one day I would get the opportunity to play in the NBA, but at this point, I'm not ready for my college experience to be over My college experience at IU this year has exceeded my expectations, on and off the court. I look forward to playing at Assembly Hall next year in front of the greatest fans in the country."
  • 2011
    Age 18
    With the addition of Zeller to the team, the Hoosiers' record in 2011-2012 improved by fifteen games over the prior season, making it the largest single turnaround in the NCAA that year.
    More Details Hide Details The Hoosiers earned a number four seed in the 2012 NCAA Tournament and defeated New Mexico State in the second round. After defeating VCU in the third round, the Hoosiers lost in the Sweet Sixteen to Kentucky, the eventual national champions.
    In Zeller's first year as a Hoosier during the 2011-12 season he led the team with 15.6 points and 6.6 rebounds per game, while shooting 62.3 percent (200-of-321) from the field and 75.5 percent (163-of-216) from the free throw line.
    More Details Hide Details He ranked fourth in the country in field goal percentage, led the Big Ten Conference and posted the second highest percentage in school history. His offensive rating of 126.8 ranked him 14th nationwide. Zeller was the Big Ten's Freshman of the Year, as voted on by the coaches, after earning Big Ten Freshman of the Week seven times. He was also Second Team All-Big Ten and a First Team Freshman All-American. He was a finalist for the Wayman Tisdale Award (USBWA National Freshman of the Year) and was a candidate for the John Wooden Award and Oscar Robertson Trophy.
    According to ESPN Zeller was the 13th best overall recruit in 2011.
    More Details Hide Details Scout.com had him rated 12th nationally and third at his position, while Rivals.com had him slotted 15th in the country and fourth at his position. On November 11, 2010, Zeller committed to play for Indiana University, turning down offers from North Carolina and Butler. Upon his commitment he was labeled "the savior of Indiana basketball." At the time Coach Tom Crean noted, "He's the most mentally focused kid I've ever recruited... I see a young man that has mental toughness that is not normal."
    He was a 2011 McDonald's All American player and scored 10 points, pulled down three rebounds and had three assists in the nationally acclaimed all-star game.
    More Details Hide Details Other honors Zeller won in his high school career include first team All-State honors from the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association, the Gatorade Player of the Year accolades in Indiana, and a Parade All-American.
    He played AAU basketball for the Indiana Elite program and led the USA 2011 squad to the Adidas Nations Championship in Chicago during the summer of 2010.
    More Details Hide Details Following the end of his senior season, Zeller was named Indiana Mr. Basketball, the state's highest honor for high school players and an award both of his elder brothers also won. Zeller became the 26th Mr. Basketball from the state of Indiana to play for the Hoosiers.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1992
    Born
    Born on October 5, 1992.
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