Taylor played last season with Hamburg of the German league and became a key factor in the team. In an average of 29 minutes per night he scored 14 points, dropped 5.5 rebounds and delivered 3.5 assists. His record game was against Alba Berlin with 23 points in 34 minutes on the way to a 75:68 victory. In another game against Alba he scored 21 points in 33 minutes.
At the end of last March, Taylor played no less than 42 minutes and scored 18 points in the victory over Bayern Munich, the second German representative in the Euroleague. That victory was Hamburg’s fifth in a row and ended a streak of 7 wins for the Bavarians. Hamburg hit 59% behind the arc that evening, with Kameron Taylor dropping 4 of 5 (80%) from 3-pts range against Jaylen Reynolds and his teammates. Hamburg finished the season in 7th place in the Bundesliga (out of 18).
Kameron Taylor is a graduate of Seton Hill University who started his European career in the second division in Germany. In the 2018/19 season he was very impressive in the Hungarian league with 20 points per game, over 40% for 3pts and about 4 assists per game in the Veolia team.
Taylor continued to climb his way up consistently and in the 2019/20 season, which was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, made another leap forward and landed in Bamberg. In the FIBA ??Champions League, he scored 9.5 points in 21 minutes on the floor.