Malcolm Delaney (11 March 1989, Baltimore, USA) spent four years at Virginia Tech. University between 2007 and 2011 before signing for French team Elan Chalon. His first experience of basketball in Europe was a successful one as Delaney claimed the French league title with his new team. In 2012/13 he helped Ukrainian outfit Budivelnik to the national league title and to the semifinals of the Eurocup and he was also named in the competition's top five.
The following season he played under coach Svetislav Pesic at Bayern Munich. In Germany Delaney made his debut in the Euroleague and also claimed another league title, winning the MVP for the season and for the final.
Between 2014 and 2016 he plied his trade at Lokomotiv Kuban in Krasnodar, Russia. He played in the Eurocup in his first season and then in the Euroleague against in his second, making it to the Final Four alongside Víctor Claver. Delaney even made it into the Euroleague best five.
In 2016 he made his move to the NBA with Atlanta Hawks but in the USA he enjoyed less playing time than in Europe during his 127 games.
Malcolm Delaney stands out for his scoring ability and his talent in one on ones. He also has a great record for three pointers.