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« Reply #50 on: Feb 26, 2014, 12:11:37 AM »

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« Reply #49 on: Feb 14, 2014, 12:09:16 AM »

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AVAILABLE Players that are Looking to Help Team

ANTONIO DAVIS 6'5"    220    URBANA UNIVERSITY    Mexico & Peru


LEON JACOBS 6'3" 195 TEXAS A&M Last in Mexico Holds a Passport from Belize


DENNIS MIMS 6'9" 235 VIRGINIA TECH Has played in Italy Germany, Kosovo & Turkey Has a TURKISH PASSPORT

Presently in Germany right now



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« Reply #48 on: Jan 14, 2014, 01:42:45 AM »

Basketball Professional Players News & In Search • Noticias y Bolsa de Trabajo de Jugadores del Baloncesto Profesional
Very Famous, Experienced, and Talented 20 Year Old Point Guard,
Future NBA Player Aquille Carr, Available Immediately


How are you? Just wanted to let you know about some big news. We have officially signed Aquille Carr. He is the very famous, experienced, and talented 20 year old point guard. He is talked about all over the basketball world and media to be a future NBA player and possible star. He is available immediately to finish off the season. Below is some footage and information about him. Please send me your best offer if you are interested and I look forward to hearing from you.

Check out some of his highlight films here:

1. High School
2. China Tour    
3. Summer Mixtape



Looking forward to being in touch.

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« Reply #47 on: Nov 12, 2013, 05:06:48 AM »

Basketball Professional Players News & In Search • Noticias y Bolsa de Trabajo de Jugadores del Baloncesto Profesional

Free Agent Bosmans from D-League Last Season
and Players with Significant HIGH LEVEL League European Experience

Dear Coach,

My name is Gilad Berkowitz, President of Berkowitz Career Ventures, US basketball agency and I have both free Agent Bosmans from D-League last season and players with significant high level league European experience for team to consider. I wanted to bring them to your attention.

Below is the current list of FA's I have. I have agent partner Brian Brundage of Worldwide Career Management FIBA licence n°: 2012027493 that does our agreements if you are interested. They are very much steals b/c they have not been signed yet due to D-League and NBA workouts but are now available.

Do you have any thoughts on any of these guys once cuts are made? Any idea whether ownerships can bring them in for workouts?? Wish you best of luck this season!


Troy Franklin Jr

Troy Franklin Player Card

Troy Franklin JR (Player Card attached which you have) is a phenomenal volume scorer with unlimited range and a flashy style of play that puts fans in the seats as he demonstrated in Vegas. Very tough on ball defender. I have the bio with his statistics from Coppin State and Towson.

Here is the link to his 3 minute drill that he did for the combine

Here is a set of clips that details everything that Troy does extremely well, including clips in P&R, deep range, speed on defense, and cerebral passing in transition.

Coppin St. vs Colgate 11/18/12 (wearing #23 Yellow)
Stat Line: 22 Pts 6 Stls in 28 mins Off the Bench
( )

Coppin St. @ Texas 11/12/12 (wearing #23 Away)
33 mins, 14 Pts, 41.7% FG, 40% 3-PFG, 3 Asts, 1 Stl

Coppin St. @ USC 11/9/12 (wearing # 23 Away)
24 mins, 23 Pts, 8 Stls, 50% FG, 25% 3-PFG, 2 Asts

David Singleton - Player of Year Commonwealth Conference

David Singleton Player Card

Gage Daye - BOSMAN (UK Passport)-Averaged 17.8 Pts and 6.8 Rebs in BBL League (UK) for Sheffield Sharks and D-League Experience

Mike Battle

Mike Battle Player Card

Brandon Reese -- Just won All Team in Ukrainian Showcase Tourney

Brandon Reese Player Card

Boo Richardson -- Won MVP in Ukrainian Showcase Tourney


Dante Williams - Pro Experience at Schwelm in Germany

Dante Williams Player Card

Corey Person-NCAA National Championship Game from University of Michigan!!!! Played at Michigan Last Season

Issa Avery - Knock Down Shooter


Myron Dempsey

Liki Turner -- Experience in Pro A Germany (just saw him yesterday and body is massive)

Liki Turner Atlanta Pro Showcase Black (#150 Black Team)


Cedrick Kalombo -- Stretch 4 Shotblocker!

Last Season in the Mozambique league he averaged over 19 points a game, 16 rebounds, and 12 blocks PER GAME

He is face of new African league where he is starring in commercials nation wide!

Here is Game 1 from the Championship Last Year (had long hair in Green Uniform #15)--Stats from Game: 13 Pts, 6 Rebs, 10 Blks

Here is Game 3 from the Championship Last Year (had long hair in Green Uniform #15)--Stats from Game: 20 Pts, 9 Rebs, 6 Blks 2 Stls

Here are the Semifinals from the Year Before..

Semfinals Mozambique National League 2011 (Kalombo #15 Green)

Best Regards

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« Reply #46 on: Oct 30, 2013, 12:34:26 AM »

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We just signed a new player Will Foster from Gonzaga (NCAA D1)


I wanted to see you are in the need of a center this season.

We just signed a new player Will Foster from Gonzaga (NCAA D1)

Let me know if you have any interest in him.

Will Foster 5
Wingspan: 7'7 '
Points Per Game: 3.4
Rebounds Per Game: 4.7
Blocks Per Game: 2.0
Nationality: USA
College: Gonzaga (NCAA D1)
Previous Team: Maine Red Claws (D-League)

At 7'5", Will Foster is one of the tallest NBA prospects to ever play NCAA Division I basketball. Born in Booney Lake, Washington, he attended White River High School where he easily averaged a double-double with 17.5 points per game and 14 rebounds per game. After being heavily recruited by top college programs, he settled on basketball power house, Gonzaga University where he enjoyed a great career making the NCAA tournament in each of his four playing years and the Sweet 16 in 2009. Coming out of Gonzaga, he was drafted into the NBA D-League where he has since played for the Idaho Stampede, Rio Grande Vipers, Sioux Falls Skyforce and most recently the Maine Red Claws.

Will is an athletic big man that can run the floor, block shots, and grab rebounds at both ends. Using his 7'7" wingspan, he can take up a lot of space in the paint and force the defender to change their shot with great efficiency. He's got superior basketball intelligence and is the type of player that makes his teammates around him play better. Will is an impact player that can contribute immediately.


Joe Dabbert

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« Reply #45 on: Oct 20, 2013, 04:43:44 PM »

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AVAILABLE Players that are Looking to Help Team


How is the season going?

I wanted to see you are in the need of a replacement player.

We just signed a few players that I wanted to show you.

Let me know if any of the players interest you.

Tony Bennett 1/2

Point Guard / Guard
Wingspan: 6’2”
Points per Game: 19.0
Assists per Game: 8.0
Rebounds per Game: 4.0
Nationality: USA
College: Bradley University (NCAA D1)
Previous Team: Kankakee Country Soldiers (IBA)


Tony Bennett (DOB: August 22, 1984) started off his basketball career at Westinghouse High School in Chicago, Illinois and in 2002 he led his team to a State Championship title. After having a strong high school career he decided to attend Pratt Community College where he played two seasons, averaging 19.6 points per game. Once he graduated from junior college Bennett took his basketball talents to play at NCAA Division I Bradley University.

At Bradley he averaged 11.2 points per game over two seasons and in 2006 he helped his team to an NCAA Sweet 16 appearance. Following his graduation, he immediately jumped into professional basketball internationally where he's become an experienced veteran that has had playing time in Finland, Mexico, Canada and France. Bennett is consistently honing his skills and  keeping in great basketball shape to be ready at a moment’s notice for the next opportunity. He's a great player that knows how to get down the court, score, and distribute the ball.

Zack Crimmins 5

Wingspan: 7’3”
Points per Game: 15.8
Rebounds per Game: 6.1
Steals per Game: 0.7
3 Point Percentage: 25%
Nationality: USA
College: Columbia University (NCAA D1)
Previous Team: MBK Handlova (Slovakia)

Crimmins is a 7-footer with great shooting range and he can extend defenses with his 3pt shooting. He is surprisingly athletic and has quick feet around the basket. Very high basketball IQ and can read the defense well. He has a strong face-up game which is equally balanced on either side of the floor, he is very affective in the low post or around the high posts.

Probably one of the best things about Zack Crimmins is the way he can run the floor. He will excel in a fast paced offense and can run the court with most guards. He is a high-energy player on both ends of the court and is a solid shot-blocker.

Matt Humphrey 3/2

Wingspan: 6’8”
Points Per Game: 10.3
Rebounds Per Game: 3.0
Assists Per Game: 1.6
Steals Per Game: 1.1
3 point Percentage 31.3%
Nationality: USA
College: West Virginia (NCAA D1)

Growing up in Chicago, Matt Humphrey made a name for himself in high school where he helped his team to a 30-4 record and the Class A State Championship as a freshman. As a senior, he earned Chicago Sun Times 2A All-State first-team honors and represented the USA on the U18 National Team that won the Silver medal at the 2008 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Argentina. After high school, he chose to attend the University of Oregon where he played his first two seasons of NCAA D1 college ball. After Oregon, he went to Boston College for two seasons and finished out his collegiate career with West Virginia.

Humphrey has the talent to play in the top leagues where his NBA height and skills allow him to excel at the 3 position. He's a capable threat from the 3-point range and he's got the length and quickness to get past the defender and finish at the rim. Being that he's played with some of the top teams at the highest collegiate level, he's got a great familiarity with multiple offensive and defensive schemes which help at both ends of the floor.


Joe Dabbert
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« Reply #44 on: Sep 28, 2013, 01:04:32 AM »

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Jermaine Edwards ~ Professional Basketball Player
Hello, My name is Jermaine Edwards and im a Professional Basketball Player with Pro Sports Management Agent Richard Avery Located in Canada (250)721-0199. Im still available and would love to be on your training camp roster, I really think i will be a good fit in your system. I love playing defense and the type of energy I bring is amazing, So i hope you check out my videos and see I have what it take to give a chance to show what i can do in person. And I will come for a workout if needed.

Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.

Jermaine Edwards 6'5 215lbs G/F

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« Reply #43 on: Sep 24, 2013, 11:41:02 PM »

Basketball Professional Players News & In Search • Noticias y Bolsa de Trabajo de Jugadores del Baloncesto Profesional

AVAILABLE Players that are Looking to Help Team

I wanted to let you know we have a few players that are looking to help team out in the playoffs this year or the start of next year.

Please let me know if you need any more information on our guys.

Marcus Fizer ~ 4/5 ~ Available

Power Forward                                                                                                                                                   


Wingspan: 6’10”                                                                                             

Points per Game: 17.2
Rebounds per Game: 4.5
Field Goal Percentage: 51%
Blocks per Game: 1.2

Marcus Fizer was born on August 10, 1978 in Inkster, Michigan and played high school basketball at Arcadia High School in Arcadia, Louisiana. As a senior, Fizer was selected to play in the McDonald's All-American Game. After high school Fizer took his talents to play at Iowa State University. Fizer had a very solid career at Iowa State and gained a lot of popularity while being there. In 2000 he was selected 4th overall by the Chicago Bulls. He played four full seasons with Chicago while also playing in Milwaukee and New Orleans.

Aside from playing in the NBA Marcus has played in the Dleague, earning MVP, Spain, Puerto Rico, Israel, Russia, Taiwan, and most recently Argentina.  He now has his eyes and goals set back on the NBA and is in the best shape of his life both mentally and physically since working out with WCM training staff.

Liam McMorrow   ~ 5 ~ Available




Wingspan: 7’3”

Points Per Game: 5.1

Rebounds Per Game: 4.2

Blocks Per Game: 1.7

Steals Per Game: 1.9

Nationality: Canada

Liam's stands at 7'2", is athletic and can run the court and change opponent's shots by being so long and tall. He's an intelligent player and uses his size to his advantage. He's skilled around the basket and can finish with both hands.

Liam has caught the eyes of many NBA scouts and coaches and has a lot of workouts with NBA teams from his height and NBA body.  He was drafted by the D league this year but had to leave to get more playing time.

Before going to the Dleague he turned down offers from Russia, Germany, Korea, Spain and France.

Was invited to the impact performance center in Las Vegas to improve his game and is awaiting a contract in the NBA

Joe Wolfinger ~ 5 ~ Available




Wingspan: 7’3”                                                                                                                                             

Points per Game: 23.9
Rebounds Per Game: 9.5
Blocks Per Game: 1.5
3-PT Percentage: 46.6%

Joe is a powerful center that went to the University of Washington helping the team to 2 sweet 16’s

He played in Slovakia and Germany and established himself as a true threat in European leagues. 

When Joe comes back from Europe he stays in shape by playing in the IBL and he averages league highs of 38.4ppg and 17.6rpg while shooting 45.5% from 3.

He is a true center that can score a lot and he can rebound.  Unlike other centers he is smart and does not foul a lot and can play 32-38 mins a game.


Scott Vandermeer ~ 5 ~ Available




Wingspan: 7’1 ¾ ”

Points Per Game: 13.9

Rebounds Per Game: 9.8

Blocks Per Game: 2.7

Nationality: USA

Scott graduated from the University of Illinois-Chicago in 2009 and finished his career averaging 11 points and 9 rebounds per game and still holds the school record for block shots. After an impressive college career, he attended the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, a pre-draft workout. That summer, he went to the Indiana Pacers for their Summer League team. The next 3 seasons, he spent in Switzerland, the NBA D-League, Mexico and the Dominican Republic, impressively winning championships at each stop he made.

Scott is a proven winner and a very hard worker. Standing at 7'0", he is a threat from the inside, but his game comes into focus as he steps behind the 3-pt line. He is a deadly sharp shooter from 3. Scott can guard on the perimeter and is fast enough to run to the offensive end with the fastest guards.


DeAndre Taylor ~ 2/3/1 ~ Available

Slashing Guard                                                                                                                                                     


Wingspan: 6’8”   
Points Per Game: 14.1

Rebounds Per Game: 6.0

Steals Per Game: 1.9

Nationality: USA

DeAndre is a slashing guard who can play the 1 through 3 positions. He can get to the basketball at will with a swift first step. His athleticism is highlighted by an astounding 45-inch vertical, a total advantage in rebounding at the guard position. Not only does he command the ball, but he possesses a great jump shot which is respected by the defenders.

In 2012 DeAndre was allocated prior to the 2012 Dleague draft by the Springfield Armor. 

DeAndre is the type of player that loves to play above and has a full arsenal of dunks that always electrifies the crowds and puts fans in the seats.


Jeff Harper ~ 4/5 ~ Available

Power Forward/Center                                                                                                                                     



Wingspan: 7’0”

Points Per Game: 14.0

Rebounds Per Game: 6.1

Blocks Per Game: 1.7

Field Goal Percentage: 65%

Nationality: USA

Jeff just graduated from Iowa Wesleyan where he led the team to a 24-6 record also while leading the conference in double-doubles. He also led the team to their first ever trip to the sweet 16.

Jeff is an energetic and athletic 4/5 man that can defend on the perimeter and in the low post. He plays above the rim and loves to play in a fast break offense. With his size and skill set Jeff is a sure shot to improve any European team.

Trent Tornincasa ~ 2/1 ~ Available

Shooting Guard/Point Guard                                                                                                                               



Wingspan: 6’5”

Points Per Game: 15.3

Rebounds Per Game: 6.1

Steals Per Game:  1.9

Field Goal Percentage: 60%

3 Point Percentage: 45%

Free Throw Percentage 91%
Nationality: USA

SHOOTER, SHOOTER, SHOOTER!!! He can spread the defense with a deadly jump shot beyond the NBA 3-pointer. He has great body control and court vision giving him intact ability to finish plays victoriously. Trent is one of the craftiest players you will come across with an almost unbelievable floater that scores at a high rate. He has great endurance and plays best in transition. He is an athlete with tremendous potential. He ensures remarkable rebounds for his size and is deceptively quick. He maintains a high basketball IQ and efficiently gets the job done at a superior level. Trent consistently improves and is ready for top Euro leagues now.

Cedric Ridle, Jr ~ 1 ~ Available

Point Guard                                                                                                                                                           



Wingspan: 6’5”

Points Per Game: 21.1

Rebounds Per Game: 6.0

Steals Per Game:  1.9

Assists Per Game: 2.3

3 Point Percentage: 32%

Nationality: USA

Cedric Riddle Jr. attended Lincoln University in Missouri.  He was the league’s leading scorer and finished his senior year with second team all league honors. He has the Scoring ability of most NBA guards and the basketball IQ to match

In addition to his scoring prowess, Ridle was one of the best all-around players in the league, finishing ninth in steals (1.4), 10th in defensive rebounding (4.4) and 16th in overall rebounding (6.0). He also helped Lincoln finish with the second-best turnover margin in the conference (+2.2) despite playing the most minutes of any league player (959, 34.2 per game).

Charles Corbin ~ 4 ~ Available

Power Forward                                                                                                                                                   

6 '7''/200cm                                                                                                                                       


Wingspan: 6’11”

Points Per Game: 14.3

Rebounds Per Game: 9.2

Blocks Per Game: 1.4

Steals Per Game: 1.2

Field Goal Percentage: 45%

Nationality: USA

Charles was born In Griffin, GA and attended Griffin High School where he was a McDonalds all American Honorable Mention.  After high school Charles attended Winthrop University and Charles excelled on the court from the first day and finished 6th in school history for rebounds. In 2008 Charles was South Conference all freshman team and helped the Winthrop Eagles to 2 conference tournament championships in ’08 and ’10. 

Charles is versatile forward that can bang in the post or step out and hit the open jump shot.  He has excellent foot work in the post as well as on the perimeter.  Along with his ability to score inside he can also create off the dribble extremely well for a guy his size.

Gary Gibson ~ 1 ~ Available

Point Guard                                                                                                                                                           



Wingspan: 6’5”

Points Per Game: 23.9

Rebounds Per Game: 9.5

Blocks Per Game:  1.5

3 Point Percentage: 46.6%

Nationality: Canada/USA

Gary was born Dec. 1 1986 in Windsor, Ontario.  He attended Booker T. Washington High school in Pensacola, FL.  In his senior year he earned Player of the year.

Gary is a very intelligent point guard that has the ability to run a team and demands hard work from the rest of his teammates. Gary is a can shoot it from 3 but excels when he puts the ball on the floor and gets to the rim. What makes Gary a MVP caliber player, is how he makes his teammates better.


John Taylor ~1/2 ~ Available




Wingspan: 6’3”

Points Per Game: 27.5

Rebounds Per Game: 3.8

Assists Per Game: 3.0

Steals Per Game: 1.9

Field Goal Percentage: 44.3%

Nationality: USA

John was born on December 25, 1989 and he is from Chicago, Illinois. Taylor went to North Lawndale High School in Chicago, in 2008 he lead his team to the Illinois 2A state title and the Chicago City League Championship in 2009. He was a two-time First Team All-State selection and was the #6-ranked overall prospect in the state of Illinois.

After High School he played at Mott Community College in Michigan.  He earned National Division II Junior College Player of the Year honors while averaging 24.9 points per game and leading his team to a 35-1 record and the JUCO National Title. Also he scored 40 or more points on three occasions throughout the season.

After playing at Mott Community College he signed with Fresno Pacific University which is NCAA Division II. Taylor led the nation in scoring at the NCCAA level with 27.5 points per game, finished the year as the single-season record holder in points scored (825), points per game (27.5), field goals made (263) and free-throws made (216). Also was named First-Team All-American by the NCCAA.


Joseph Howell ~ 1/2 ~ Available




Wingspan: 6’4”

Points Per Game: 19.8

Assists Per Game: 2.3

Steals Per Game: 1.1

Field Goal Percentage: 57.9%

3 Point Percentage: 46.2%

Nationality: USA

Howell, a right-handed combo guard, has great scoring ability one-on-one. He loves to run the offense and has a very high basketball IQ. He knows how to lead a team in the half court and fast break, where he loves to attack.  He’s able to push the ball quickly both dribbling as well as passing. Howell is an excellent ball handler, with the quickness, speed, and athleticism that allows him to get to the lane easily.  Joseph has the ability to score off the dribble; and has an excellent one dribble jumper.

He has had a successful collegiate career playing against many Div.1 programs and is a guard who can score when needed, especially from the 3-point line. In summary Joseph is a very athletic and strong team leader that can run any team.

Keith Archie Jr. ~ 4 ~  Available

Power Forward                                                                                                                                                   



Wingspan: 6’10”

Points Per Game: 12.8

Rebounds Per Game: 8.6

Blocks Per Game:  1.2

Field Goal Percentage: 56.6%

Nationality: USA

Keith is a power forward with great size and strength for a post player and he also is a fundamentally sound player that posses a soft touch around the basket and a consistent 18ft jumper. He has great court vision which is why he is such a great passer. Archie is an explosive jumper and can grab many rebounds. Defensively he controls the lane and is a good shot blocker.

Tim Parham ~ 4/5 ~ Available
Power Forward/Center                                                                                                                                     



Wingspan: 7’2”

Points Per Game: 24.1

Rebounds Per Game: 16.3

Blocks Per Game:  1.2

Field Goal Percentage: 65.6%

Nationality: USA

Tim Parham was born on March 18, 1983 in Chicago, Illinois.  He attended college at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. After college in 2006 he was on the bull’s summer league roster and then was drafted in the NBDL to the Baskerville Jam and attended the Golden State Warriors Vet-Camp.  During 2007-2009 Tim Played in Chile, Poland and finishing up in Germany, with stops in Brazil and Peru, then in 2009 Tim went back to the Dleague for the Iowa Energy. In 2010 he played in turkey and in ’11 was in Taiwan.

Tim is a double-double waiting to happen. He is unstoppable with that jump hook over the left shoulder. He is a nice athlete with great work ethic and a good attitude. He is very long and athletic and should have a quality professional career playing internationally. He runs like a deer and is a great rebounder as well.

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« Reply #42 on: Sep 17, 2013, 11:04:24 PM »

Basketball Professional Players News & In Search • Noticias y Bolsa de Trabajo de Jugadores del Baloncesto Profesional
Bradford Dobbins
Athletic Counselor at
Good Day Coach, I will make this short and to the point. If you are interested in any of my elite players email me at All have good resumes and have played against top quality players overseas and in the D-League. I will be getting these players signed by the end of July. I'm reaching out to you because I'm in the position to offer top quality players to everyone I feel that might be a good fit them and for your program.

1.) Chris Commons
Chris Commons is a very versatile player who can play multiple positions. The 6-8 Forward can score on the block as well as from three point range. Chris can handle the ball in the open court and has the ability to create his own shot.

​Chris was a 2013 NBL Canada All-Star and led the Windsor Express to the league semi-finals averaging 17.38 points, 5.59 rebounds and 2.12 assists. He is a fourth year pro and has played in Finland, Germany and Asia. He completed his college career at USC Aiken where he was a two time First Team NCAAII All-American.

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2.) Rodney Bartholomew
Rodney Bartholomew is one of the most prolific rebounders in the NBA D-League. He runs the floor well and is an excellent defender. Rodney has an exceptional work ethic and is determined to be a great pro one day.

Rodney completed his rookie season by making it to the NBA D-League semi-finals with the Tulsa 66ers. He played collegiately at Indiana Tech where he led the nation in offensive rebounds. Rodney was also a two time First Team NAIA All-American.

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3.) Stefan Bonneau
Stefan Bonnau is one of the most exciting guards in the game. He is a dynamic scorer and a tremendous leaper. His smooth shooting stroke and gifted athletic ability makes Stefan a tough cover for most opponents.

Stefan helped the Windsor Express reach the NBL Canada semi-finals and was nominated as an NBL Canada All-Star. The 2013 NBL Canada Slam Dunk Champion was drafted by the Springfield Armor of the NBA D-League and traded to the Austin Toros. He was also drafted by the Harlem Globetrotters in 2012. Stefan attended C.W. Post University where named East Region Player of the Year and NCAA II First Team All-American.

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4.) Anthony Tucker
Anthony is a 6-4 point guard and has the ability to play the two as well. He has a very good shooting touch and is an exceptional passer.

​Anthony finished his collegiate career as an NABC All Central District selection. As a senior for Moorhead State, Anthony averaged 19.3 points and 5.1 rebounds per game. Prior to Moorhead, Anthony attended the University of Iowa where he averaged 11.9 points 3.5 rebounds and 2.9 assist for the Hawkeyes.

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5.) Andre Jackson
Andre is a 6-10, 300 pound F/C who has an exceptional shooting touch. The big man signed with the University of South Florida in 2011 but was declared ineligible to participate. At Lee College, Andre averaged 9.2 points and 6.0 rebounds in his first season of college basketball.
While attending L.G. Pinkston High School, Andre averaged 15.0 points and 12.0 rebounds ... Helped lead Pinkston to the Texas State playoffs twice, earning first team all-district both seasons ... Also a letterwinniner in football, Jackson was the seventh-ranked center in the state of Texas and was named one of its Top 100 players.

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Keflavic – Iceland November 2012-13
23 points 3.5 assists 6.0 rebounds
National Basketball League of Canada, Summerside Storm December 2011 – March 2012
15.6 points 3.0 rebounds 2.5 assists
Solna Vikings – Solna, Sweden September 2011 – December 2011
23.0 points 5.0 rebounds 2.0 assists 2 steals
NBA D League – N.M. Thunderbirds / Sioux Falls Skyforce November 2010 – April 2011
7.9 points 2.5 rebounds 2.5 assists
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« Reply #40 on: May 27, 2013, 03:56:53 AM »

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GREECE - Legendary status assured for Spanoulis

Never were truer words said than at the end of April when Andrea Trinchieri spoke about the great players of European basketball at his unveiling as new Greece coach.

The Italian was asked about the make-up of his squad and the possible return of national team greats Theo Papaloukas and Dimitris Diamantidis for EuroBasket 2013.

The two haven't featured for Greece for some time, with Papaloukas last appearing at the 2008 Olympics and Diamantidis at the 2010 FIBA World Championship.

"There are three dominant players in Europe," Trinchieri said, "Diamantidis, (Vassilis) Spanoulis and (Juan Carlos) Navarro.

"We are lucky to have one."

That 'one' is Spanoulis.

Panathinaikos star Diamantidis retired from the national team after the Greeks' elimination from the World Championship in Turkey, and Barcelona guard Navarro is a leading light in Spain's national team.

Olympiacos ace Spanoulis, at 30 years of age, is in the prime of his career and remains a lynchpin in the Greek team.

The 1.93m combo-guard seems, at long last, to be getting the sort of praise that he has deserved for a long time.

He went into this season with Olympiacos having twice been named as the Euroleague Final Four MVP, and Spanoulis has always been a terrific player for the national team, too.

But when it comes to the Euroleague and the national side, there have been other Greek greats.

In the triumphant EuroBasket squad of 2005 that Spanoulis played in, Greece had Diamantidis and Papaloukas make the All-Tournament Team.

At the 2006 FIBA World Championship, Spanoulis poured in 22 points in the 101-95 triumph over the United States, one of the most famous results in the history of the international game, and led Greece in scoring at 11.7 points per contest in Japan.

Yet Papaloukas was the lone Greek to make the All-Tournament Team that year.

Spanoulis heard applause, but he didn't shine as bright in the first several years of his national team career because of Papaloukas and Diamantidis, and the iconic presence of coach Panagiotis Giannakis.

Diamantidis and Papaloukas have also been recognized as the best player in the Euroleague.

There is no doubt about the best player in Europe, and the leader of the Greek team now.

Spanoulis has missed only one tournament with the national side, EuroBasket 2011, since making his senior team debut at the 2004 Olympics, and that was because of injury.

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He has endured some disappointments with Greece.

Olympiacos ace Vassilis Spanoulis, at 30 years of age, is in the prime of his career and remains a lynchpin in the Greek team and the chief playmaker for the Hellas team.
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In 2008, Spanoulis missed a three-pointer in the waning seconds that would have beaten Argentina in the Olympic Quarter-Finals, and in 2012 at the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament (OQT) he missed six of 12 free-throws in a one-point defeat to Nigeria that knocked the Greeks out of contention for a spot in the London Games.

Even so, his struggles at the charity stripe that day masked what had been an otherwise tremendous display, though, one in which he poured in 25 points, handed out five assists and grabbed seven rebounds.

Spanoulis had gone into that tournament not long after winning his second Euroleague Final Four MVP award.

Champions know how to bounce back from disappointment and Spanoulis certainly has.

In fact, he has outdone himself.

Spanoulis the both the MVP of the Euroleague season, and the Final Four.

In the title game against Real Madrid, fans in London saw a vintage Spanoulis effort in the second half.

Shut out in the first half, he erupted for 22 points after the intermission to lead the Reds to a 100-88 victory.

When asked about his performances, Spanoulis normally answers with "we" instead of "I" because he only likes to talk about the team.

He did speak in the first person, though, after being presented with his second straight Final Four MVP award.

“The last two games (against CSKA Moscow and Real Madrid) have been very difficult for me," he said.

"I always faced two or three players on me.

"But this is my role.

"I attract players on me to open up other players.

"I tried to look and find out what would be the best solution and try to see what Real Madrid was doing and I was better in the second half."

Spanoulis expects to add another trophy to the Olympiacos awards cabinet, with a likely play-off title showdown against Panathinaikos on the horizon.

After that, he'll return to the Greece team and play at the EuroBasket in Slovenia for Trinchieri and attempt to lead his country into the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup.


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Following European adventure, PJ Tucker rises for Suns

The U.S. Army used to advertise itself as a nice way to see the world.

Indeed, Anthony “P.J.” Tucker’s world travels started that way. His father was a soldier and the family transferred to Germany shortly after he was born. But he decided later that basketball was a better option to get the pages of his passport stamped.

Now, after playing with seven teams in six countries over five years, Tucker and his well-worn passport are back in the USA and NBA with the Phoenix Suns.

The 27-year-old never viewed success overseas as his way back to the world’s pinnacle league. The money in Europe was good and he enjoyed the variety of places he got to call, albeit temporary, home.

"I didn’t even think about coming back; it was never on my mind," said Tucker.

"I won three championships and three MVPs. I was one of the top players in Europe so I was happy with my career and how it was going. Coming back wasn’t a priority of mine."

Leaving the University of Texas behind - where he was named Big 12 Player of the Year an All-American, and a John Wooden Award finalist - the 1.98m native of Raleigh, North Carolina headed to Canada as the Toronto Raptors second round pick in the 2006 NBA Draft.

He bounced between the Raptors and their D-League affiliate in Colorado, getting playing time in only 17 games for the NBA franchise that waived him in March 2007.

After playing in that year's summer league with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Tucker decided his hoop fortunes lay elsewhere.

He made pilgrimage to the promised land where he was named league MVP on the way to lifting Hapoel Holon to the Israeli Ligat championship, breaking Maccabi Tel Aviv’s 14 year reign at the top.

Carmelo Anthony #7 of the New York Knicks and P.J. Tucker #17 of the Phoenix Suns jockey for position at Madison Square Garden on December 2, 2012 in New York City. The Knicks defeated the Suns 106-99.
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"Israel was nice," says Tucker of his time there. "I really liked Israel. Jerusalem was nice but the beaches, they have everything. You can have fun there."

Jeff Horowitz, who played with Tucker at Holon recalled his team-mate's positive mindset.

"P.J. was one of the most adaptable players I have ever played with," he said. "He truly enjoyed everywhere he played. He just wanted to maximize his time and experiences overseas."

But pro basketball is a business and combined with Tucker’s wandering spirit, he moved on.

A hot commodity, he then took a newly-promoted BC Donetsk team to a third-place finish in the 2008-2009 Ukrainian Basketball Super League, finishing as the league’s leading scorer despite suffering a season-ending knee injury. He re-upped for the following season but the team went bankrupt.

So Tucker returned to Israel in March 2010 playing for Bnei Herzliya (then Bnei Hasharon) until the end of the season where they made the State Cup final.

In August 2010, he signed with Aris BC in Greece but didn’t finish the season. There was a short stop in Italy where he played briefly for Sutor Basket Montegranaro but, after a 2011 summer stint with Quebadrillas Pirates in Puerto Rico, he moved on to Germany’s Brose Baskets Bamberg where he was named Finals MVP as they won the 2011-2012 German National Championship.

With Germany conquered, Tucker was on his way to play for Spartak St Petersburg in Russia when the Phoenix Suns came calling.
A Las Vegas League summer gig morphed into a full-time offer and Tucker’s NBA career resumed. It surprised him as well.

"I was ready to go (to Russia)," he recalled.

"I had signed in May to go with Spartak so I wasn’t interested in coming back."

But he did.

Phoenix may not have the beaches but Tucker is pleased that the warm Arizona weather is similar to what he enjoyed in Israel.

About midway through the season, Tucker has already played twice as many games as his first NBA go-round and has become a vital part of the Suns rotation.

The accolades of Europe – MVP and All-Star awards as well as scoring titles – may not follow but the appreciation of those who really matter, his coaches and teammates is there.

"I kept him on the team because he's a guy that gives you energy and does a lot of things for you," said Suns head coach Alvin Gentry. "You can never look at the box score and judge how he’s played in the game."

Suns captain Jared Dudley seconds his coach's take on Tucker.

"He adds toughness, especially on defense. He gets you extra possessions with offensive rebounds. Every team needs someone like that; he's our energy guy. He guards their best player. He works hard and knows what he has to do and works hard to get it done," he said.

And that suits Tucker just fine.

"Working hard. That’s right up my alley. That’s what I do," he said with a smile.


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« Reply #37 on: Jun 27, 2012, 07:20:20 PM »

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LeBron finally takes care of business

He came, he saw and after stumbling in the NBA Finals before, he conquered.

LeBron James can breathe a sigh of relief because at long last, he is an NBA champion.

That was assured after Miami’s 121-106 Game 6 wins in the NBA Finals against Oklahoma City on Thursday night.

Let’s see here, NBA MVP?


Olympic gold medal?


NBA title?


A basketball phenomenon before he played a professional game, the player that signed a seven-year endorsement deal with a certain shoe and apparel company straight out of high school worth $90million , can say he's done it all.

Michael Jordan had to wait seven years before he won a title with the Chicago Bulls.

LeBron James, now 27, had to wait nine years for his.

From an international basketball perspective, King James' finest hour came in Beijing.

And that is going to be hard to top in London.

The USA had Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard and Dwyane Wade and numerous other superstars in their team, but James had a presence that was more commanding than all of them.

No team really came close to the USA in 2008 until they faced Spain for the second time, the gold-medal clash.

The game ranks as one of the best ever played at an Olympics.

The Americans won 118-107, although the contest was much closer than the score indicated.

After breezing through the Preliminary Round and romping to big wins in the Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals, the United States had to pull out all stops to deny Spain.

James had 14 points, six rebounds, three assists and three steals in that game.

You know what he’s like in action, when he’s playing in the NBA?

He’s the same LeBron with Team USA.

What stands out most about James on the court is the power in his game.

You see this when he’s in the open floor and especially when he’s flying towards the basket with the ball.

One has to be a brave man to try and block a LeBron James dunk.

James’ most commanding performance at the 2008 Olympics, though, came in the press conference after the Americans’ gold-medal win.

He went so far as to tell his teammates, including Wade, where to sit before the assembled media began peppering the players with questions.

James was the unofficial spokesman for that USA team that day, not shy about answering questions or telling the world about the accomplishment of the team and how everyone had pulled together.

He also had kind words for Spain.

The respect that Team USA coach Mike Krzyzewski had for James grew at the Beijing Games.

On Thursday, Coach K spoke about his the Team USA leader.

Coach K, a university coach and therefore a teacher, understood that even with all the money in the world, and the individual accolades and the gold from Beijing that James had lacked fulfillment because he’d yet to win that NBA crown.

"I'm proud of LeBron and where he's at right now, and I do think that when you're that great a player, that great a talent, that you learn openly," Krzyzewski said.

"You don't go learn in private. You're out there while you're learning, and while you're learning, you're going to be criticized for the things that you're in the process of learning. ...

“There's some things you cannot learn unless you're in that moment. Like, you can't rehearse it.

"You can't feel it until you're in the moment of a finals, a gold medal game, a seventh game, a national championship. He's been in two of those moments, and I think he's shown in this series that he's learned from those moments."

After pouring in 26 points, handing out 13 assists and grabbing 11 rebounds in Game 5, James was named the NBA Finals MVP.

He deserved the title and the award.

Now USA fans and the rest of the world are in for another treat.

LeBron James, no doubt after giving countless interviews and taking a well-deserved holiday somewhere, will finally turn his attention the Olympics.

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Leo’s not done yet

Leo Gutierrez hasn't played in the bright lights of the NBA like some of his countrymen.

Luis Scola, Manu Ginobili, Fabricio Oberto, Carlos Delfino, Andres Nocioni, Walter Herrmann, Pepe Sanchez and Ruben Wolkowisky are all Argentinians that have had their time in 'The League'.

But special basketball careers are not exclusive to the NBA and Gutierrez, whose nickname is 'Cabeza' (Spanish for head) is proof of that.

His is a household name in places like Cordoba, Mar del Plata and Buenos Aires, too.

Gutierrez is, quite frankly, the stuff of legend in Argentina and for different reasons.

Turn the clock back to December, 2010, when the 2.01m sharpshooting forward scored 48 points in a game for Peñarol against Boca Juniors.

In that game, Gutierrez, who was 32 at the time, hit a Liga Nacional record 15 three-pointers.

He surpassed the 13 made by Leo Zanassi in the 1996-97 campaign.

"You don't look for records,” he said.

“It just happens.”

Two years before that, Gutierrez had spent most of his time on the bench at the Olympics in China when the coach at the time, Sergio Hernandez, needed him in a big way.

He called on Gutierrez in the Bronze Medal Game against Lithuania with Ginobili and Nocioni both injured and unavailable.

The South Americans trailed 27-26 nearly three minutes into the second quarter when Gutierrez came off the bench and nailed two momentum-changing three-balls in a row.

Argentina went on to beat the Baltic side, 87-75, and celebrated as if they’d won gold.

"Many people don't know Leo but he has been very successful in our country, winning league titles, earning MVPs, he has been our man there,” Scola told everyone after.

"He was ready for the big shot."

There was also the time in March, two years before.

Argentina were gearing up for the 2006 FIBA World Championship in Japan.

They had beaten the United States in 2002 on the way to the Final in Indianapolis and again in 2004 in the Semi-Finals of the Olympics in Greece.

Gutierrez endeared himself to many Argentinians when he spoke about the American team, saying the version at the time bore no semblance to the Dream Team in Barcelona that the world had fallen in love with.

"We do not have to respect them anymore,” Gutierrez said.

“We do not play against them to take photos - never again."

Only recently, Gutierrez led Peñarol to the Argentina league title with a championship series victory over rivals Obras Sanitarias.

His young teammate, Facundo Campazzo, was named MVP of the Finals but the 21-year-old said afterwards: "I'm not interested in the award.

"For me, the best player is Leo. He gives my game more power on the court and he gives me a lot of advice off the court.

"He's a winner that is worth all the gold in the world."

How special is Leo Gutierrez?

That Liga Nacional championship for the Marcos Juarez-born player - who turned 34 in May - was the ninth of his career.

The latest title was one of the most significant because last year, Gutierrez had an arrhythmia problem.

The veteran had a heart operation which prevented him from playing at the FIBA Americas Championship in Mar del Plata.

The time off the court, perhaps, made Gutierrez love the game more.

The story of his career is still being written.

On Thursday, Argentina coach Julio Lamas named Gutierrez in the 15-man squad for the London Games.

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