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adidas Eurocamp Announces 2015 Player Roster

Published on June 4th, 2015 by Matt S. Rodriguez | 2,337 views

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Pictured: Ricky Rubio

The 13th annual adidas Eurocamp will take place on June6-8 in Treviso, Italy. For the first time in it’s 13 years, the camp will feature coverage from exclusive coverage from Ballislife.

via adidas

In its thirteenth year, adidas EUROCAMP provides a global stage for the top international prospects to practice, compete and interview with NBA teams and other professional leagues leading up to the NBA Draft.  Players will also attend clinics and learn from current and former NBA coaches and players including Ricky Rubio (Minnesota Timberwolves), Kyle Lowry (Toronto Raptors), Theodoros Papaloukas (Euroleague star), Nick Nurse (Toronto Raptors) and Mike Longabardi (Phoenix Suns).

“adidas EUROCAMP will be incredible this year,” said Ricky Rubio of the Minnesota Timberwolves and former Euroleague Champion with FC Barcelona.  “Young players from all over the world have the opportunity to get discovered and develop their skills.”

More than 40 early entries and NBA Draft-eligible participants, including projected 2015 NBA Draft picks George de Paula (Brazil), Daniel Diez (Spain), Alpha Kaba (France) and Nikola Radicevic (Serbia) will participate in adidas EUROCAMP 2015.

Over the last 13 years, adidas EUROCAMP has produced over 90 players who have played or are currently playing in the NBA or Euroleague. Some notable international players who have attended adidas EUROCAMP include Danilo Gallinari (Denver Nuggets), Serge Ibaka (Oklahoma City Thunder), Andrea Bargnani (New York Knicks), Marco Belinelli (San Antonio Spurs), Nicolas Batum (Portland Trail Blazers) and Goran Dragic (Miami Heat).

EUROCAMP 2014 featured three participants taken in the 2014 NBA Draft including Vasilije Micic of Serbia (No. 52/Philadelphia 76ers), Nemanja Dangubic of Serbia (No. 54/San Antonio Spurs) and Louis Labeyrie of France (No.57/Indiana Pacers).

Maurizio Gherardini, the founder of EUROCAMP and Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul general manager, returns as the camp director.  Former NBA assistant coach Bill Bayno returns as coaching director for the third year.

Teams participating this year include the under-18 adidas USA Select, the France under-20 men’s national team, the Greece under-19 men’s national team and the Benetton Basket under-17 men’s team. For the third time, adidas EUROCAMP Next Generation, an elite program to enhance both on-court and life skills, joins the event and features the top under-16 European players.

adidas EUROCAMP will be held at La Ghirada Sports Complex “SportCity” in Treviso, Italy.

If you’d like to keep up with the action at the Eurocamp via twitter, look up the hashtag #adidaseurocamp or follow @adidaseurocamp (twitter.com/adidaseurocamp).

2015 adidas EUROCAMP Participants

FIRST LAST DOB POS. HEIGHT NAT. TEAM
Awudu Abass 1993 PF 196 cm – 6’5″ ITA Cantu’
Wael Arakji 1994 PG 193 cm – 6’4” LEB Sporting Al Riyadi Beirut
Edin Atic 1997 G 198 cm – 6’6″ BHI Spars Sarajevo
Dragan Bender 1997 PF 210 cm – 6’11” CRO Maccabi Tel Aviv
Janis Berzins 1993 SF 201 cm – 6’7″ LAT Vef Riga
Gilvydas Biruta 1991 F 203 cm – 6’8″ LTU Free Agent
Laurynas Birutis 1997 C 210 cm – 6’11” LTU Zalgiris Kaunas
David Brembly 1993 SG/SF 194 cm – 6’4″ GER Bayreuth
Jonaas Caven 1993 F 210 cm – 6’11” FIN Reno Bighorns
Alexandre Chassang 1994 PF 203 cm – 6’8” FRA Asvel Villeurbanne
George De Paula 1996 PG/SG 198 cm – 6’6″ BRA Pinheiros
Lucas Dias Silva 1995 SF/PF 206 cm – 6’9” BRA Pinheiros
Alberto Diaz 1994 PG 190 cm – 6’3″ SPA Fuenlabrada
Issa Dieng 1996 PF 207 cm – 6’9” SEN Club Thies Rail
Daniel Diez 1993 SF 203 cm – 6’8″ SPA Real Madrid
Jaime Fernandez 1993 PG 186 cm – 6’1″ SPA Estudiantes Madrid
Diego Flaccadori 1996 PG 194 cm – 6’4″ ITA Basket Trento
Isaac Fotu 1993 F 203cm – 6’8″ NWZ La Bruxia D’Or
Kevin Harley 1994 SG 196 cm – 6’5″ FRA Poitiers
Aleksa Ilic 1996 SF 201 cm – 6’7” MON Buducnost
Nikola Jankovic 1994 PF 207 cm – 6’9” SER Verviers-Pep
Ognjen Jaramaz 1995 PG 193 cm – 6’4″ SRB Mega Leks
Alpha Kaba 1996 PF/C 205 cm – 6’9″ FRA Pau Orthez
Oleksandr Kobets 1996 SG 194 cm – 6’5” UKR Cherkaski
Vladislav Korneyuk 1994 C 210 cm – 6’11” UKR Dnipro
Denis Krestinin 1994 PF 200 cm – 6’7″ LTU Jelgava
Nemanja Krstic 1993 SF 205 cm – 6’9″ SRB Mega Leks
Mikhail Kulagin 1994 PG 188 cm – 6’2″ RUS Rossiya Novog.
Yannis Morin 1993 PF/C 208 cm – 6’10” FRA Cholet
Aleksej Nikolic 1995 PG 191 cm – 6’3″ SLO Spars Sarajevo
Zoran Nikolic 1996 C 211 cm – 6’11” MON Joventud Badalona
Jovan Novak 1994 PG 190 cm – 6’3” SRB Vojvodina Srbijagas
Mateusz Ponitka 1993 SG/SF 197 cm – 6’6″ POL Oostende
Viktor Pulpan 1996 PG 190 cm – 6’3″ CZE BK Pardubice
Nikola Radicevic 1994 G 197 cm – 6’6″ SRB Sevilla
Maksim Salash 1996 PF/C 206 cm – 6’9″ BLR Penas Huesca
Itay Segev 1995 SF 204 cm – 6’9″ ISR Galil Gilboa
Benjamin Sene 1994 PG 186 cm – 6’1” FRA SLUC Nancy
Rolands Smits 1995 PF/C 207 cm – 6’10” LAT Fuenlabrada
Alex Suarez 1993 C 205 cm – 6’9″ SPA Joventud Badalona
Dejan Todorovic 1994 PF/C 196 cm – 6’5” BOS Bilbao
Metin Turen 1994 PF 206 cm – 6’9″ TUK Darussafaka
Adin Vrabac 1994 C 210 cm – 6’11” BHI TB Trier
Omer Yurtseven 1998 SG 203 cm – 6’8″ TUR Fenerbahce Ulker
Sergiy Zagreba 1994 C 214 cm – 7’0” UKR Dnipro
Paul Zipser 1994 SG/SF 201 cm – 6’7” GER Bayern Munich

 

2015 under-18 adidas USA Select

FIRST LAST POS. HOMETOWN HIGH SCHOOL
Edrice Adebayo PF/C Pinetown, NC Northside (NC)
Rawle Alkins SG Brooklyn, NY Christ the King (NY)
Braxton Blackwell SF Nashville, TN Christ Presbyterian Academy (TN)
Deron Davis PF/C Aurora, CO Overland (CO)
Mustapha Heron SF West Haven, CT Sacred Heart (CT)
Dewan Huell PF/C Miami, FL Miami Norland (FL)
Frank Jackson PG/SG Alpine, UT Lone Peak (UT)
Mario Kegler SF/PF Jackson, MS Arlington Country Day (FL)
Josh Langford SG Huntsville, AL Madison Academy (AL)
TJ Leaf PF San Diego, CA Foothills Christian (CA)
Kobi Simmons PG Alpharetta, GA St. Francis (GA)

 

2015 adidas EUROCAMP Next Generation

FIRST LAST DOB NAT.
Ahmet Can Duran 1999 Turkey
Fotis Kapris 1999 Greece
Daniil Kasatkin 1999 Russia
Gabriel Maric 1999 Croatia
Acoydan Mcharty 1999 Spain
Anrijs Miska 2000 Latvia
Dzanan Musa 1999 Bosnia
Marko Pecarski 2000 Serbia
Michele Serpilli 1999 Italy
Petar Raickovic 1999 Montenegro
Louis Rucklin 1999 France
Grantas Vasiliauskas 1999 Lithuania

 






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