Craig Reinhardt

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Craig Reinhardt
(Black Panther, F/C)
ID#139
Craig Reinhardt.jpg
Illustrated by JTigerclaw
No. 33 – Pittsburgh Keystones
Position Bigfur
Species Black Panther ( Felidae )
Gender Male
Nickname(s)
Omen
Personal information
Born Bedford, VA
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)
Listed weight 254 lb (115 kg)
Shoots Right
Career information
College Pack Territory University
FBA draft 2011 / Round: 1 / Pick: 9th overall
Selected by the Idaho Mounties
Pro playing career 2011–present
Career history
2011-2012 Idaho Mounties
2012-2013 Las Vegas Wildcards
2013-2014 Albany Alphas
2014-2015 Pittsburgh Keystones
2015-2019 Biloxi Voodoo
Sept. 2019-Sept. 2019 Las Vegas Wildcards
Sept. 2019-present Pittsburgh Keystones
Contract information
Contract year 2013
2020 Salary $12 million
Player Contacts
(IC) Agent Unknown
(OOC) Creator Darren Zeraus
(OOC) Actor Unknown
(OOC) Usage Ask me before any use

Craig Donta Reinhardt is a male black panther bigfur currently playing for the Las Vegas Wildcards of the Furry Basketball Association (FBA).

Biography

Reinhardt hails from Bedford, Virginia, but moved north to attend Pack Territory University in Matamoras, New York, with the hopes of being in the FBA. He's been thought to have a bad attitude, but when the most you get out of a guy as intimidating as him is a nod of affirmation or growl of dissatisfaction, it IS pretty easy to confuse his lack of desire to talk with a bad attitude.

Craig suffers in teamwork, but seems content enough to make his own plays, bullying himself inside and getting his points himself and pulling down rebounds as if it were second nature. Defensively he excels, given his demeanor and the reputation it seems black panthers had gotten in the FBA he uses to his advantage, though despite doing everything he can to get up in another player's face and MAKE them see him he's never once drawn a flagrant.

To the contrary he's manged to play up the 'bad guy' routine so well that most opponents seem to end up drawing flagrant and technicals off of him simply by assuming he was going to start and draw one off of them. He's managed to channel most player's dislike of the most prominent 'bad boy' in the FBA into an unseen weapon and while not making himself popular in the eyes of most of the fans, it's undeniable that he's an efficient tool to instill chaos into an opponent's game.