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NBA 05/06/2012, 08.04

Adidas Announces EUROCAMP Participants

Annunciati i prospetti che parteciperanno all'Eurocamp


Today, adidas announced the participants for the tenth annual adidas EUROCAMP.  Held in Treviso, Italy June 10-12, the three-day camp brings the best young international basketball players together with former and current NBA coaches and players. It is the only officially sanctioned pre-NBA Draft camp held outside of the United States.
More than 45 early entries and draft-eligible participants will play in adidas EUROCAMP 2012 including projected 2012 NBA Draft picks Evan Fournier (France) and Tomas Satoransky (Czech Republic), according to an adidas press release.
“Adidas EUROCAMP is celebrating its tenth anniversary this June with the top international basketball talent in the world,” said Lawrence Norman, adidas vice president of Global Basketball. “International players continue to impact the NBA as the game of basketball grows every year and we are proud to work with the next wave of international prospects.”
Special guests at this year’s camp will include three-time NBA Champion and Hall of Famer Kevin McHale, Danilo Gallinari, Nic Batum and former college standout and long-time European professional Trajan Langdon, according to the release.  The Under-20 Men’s Basketball National Teams from Russia, France and Australia will also participate.
In 2011, adidas EUROCAMP participants included three top 2011 NBA Draft picks including Jonas Valanciunas of Lithuania (fifth overall/Toronto Raptors), Jan Vesely of the Czech Republic (sixth overall/Washington Wizards) and Bismack Biyombo of the Republic of Congo (seventh overall/Sacramento Kings – traded to Charlotte Bobcats). Nearly 20 former EUROCAMP participants currently hold NBA contracts and more than 60 currently play Euroleague basketball.

Andrew Albicy, 5’10”, Point Guard, France, GRAVELINES

Boris Barac, 6’9”, Power Forward, Croatia, SIROKI TT

Jonas Bergstedt, 6’11”, Center, Denmark, TORRELODONES MADRID

Nemanja Besovic, 7’3”, Center, Serbia, PARTIZAN

Jaka Blazic, 6’4”, Guard, Slovenia, UNION OLIMPIJA LUBLIJANA

Bogdan Bogdanovic, 6’6”, Shooting Guard, Serbia, PARTIZAN

Dusan Cantekin, 7’2”, Center, Turkey, MEGA VIZURA

Olek Czyz, 6’7”, Forward, Poland, NEVADA

Daniel Diez, 6’8”, Power Forward, Spain, REAL MADRID II

Nihad Djedovic, 6’6”, Shooting Guard/Small Forward, Bosnia, GALATASARAY

Bojan Dubljevic, 6’9”, Power Forward, Montenegro, BUDUCNOST

Jaime Fernandez, 6’2”, Point Guard, Spain, ASEFA ESTUDIANTES

Evan Fournier, 6’7”, Shooting Guard, France, POITIERS

Josep Franch,6’3”, Point Guard, Spain, MURCIA

Rudy Gobert, 6’11”,Power Forward/ Center, France, CHOLET

Nikola Ivanovic, 6’2”, Point Guard, Montenegro, BUDUCNOST

Nemanja Jaramaz, 6’5”, Forward, Serbia, MEGA VIZURA-PARTIZAN

David Jelinek, 6’5”, Shooting Guard, Czech Republic, JUVENTUT BADALONA

Ilkan Karaman, 6’9”, Small Forward, Turkey, KARSIYAKA

Maxi Kleber, 6’5”, Forward, Germany, S. OLIVER BASKETS

Artem Klimenko, 7’0”, Center, Russia, AVTODOR

Louis Labeyrie, 6’10”, Power Forward/Center, France, HYERES-TOULON

Christophe Leonard, 6’7”, Small Forward, France, LE HAVRE

Oleksandr Lypovyy, 6’7”, Small Forward, Ukraine, BC DONETSK

Michal Michalak, 6’5”, Guard, Poland, LKS LODZ

Nenad Miljenovic, 6’4”, PG, Serbia, MEGA VIZURA-PARTIZAN

Riccardo Moraschini, 6’5”, Shooting Guard, Italy, VIRTUS BOLOGNA

Kyryl Natyazhko, 6’11”, Center, Ukraine, ARIZONA

Devon Van Oostrum, 6’2”, Point Guard, England, CAJA LABORAL

Kostantinos Papanikolaou, 6’9”, Small Forward, Greece, OLYMPIACOS

Mateusz Ponitka, 6’5”, Shooting Guard, Poland, PROKOM SOPOT

Artem Pustovy, 7’1”, Center, Ukraine, KHIMIK

Klemen Prepelic, 6’3”, Shooting Guard, Slovenia, HELIOS

Bogdon Radosavljevic, 6’11”, Center, Serbia – Germany, BAYERN MUNCHEN

Dovydas Redikas, 6’4”, Point Guard, Lithuania, LIETUVOS RYTAS

Sasu Salin, 6’3”, Shooting Guard, Finland, UNION OLIMPIJA LUBLIJANA

Sertac Sanli, 7’0”, Power Forward/Center, Turkey, GALATASARAY

Zisis Sarikopoulos, 7’0”, Center, Greece, PANIONIOS

Tomas Satoransky, 6’7”, Point/Shooting Guard, Czech Republic, CAJASOL

Tornike Shengelia, 6’9”, Power Forward, Georgia, CHARLEROI

Axel Toupane, 6’7”, Small Forward, France, STRASBOURG

Izzet Turkyilmaz, 7’0”, Center, Turkey, BANVIT

Edgaras Ulanovas, 6’6”, Small Forward, Lithuania, BALTAI KAUNAS

Maik Zirbes, 6’10”, Center, Germany, TRIER

Tomislav Zubcic, 6’10”, Power Forward, Croatia, CIBONA 

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