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Who is going to the Adidas Eurocamp of Treviso? (updated)
02-06-2010
There isn't an official list yet, but Eurohopes advance some of the prospects who will participate in the Adidas Eurocamp, that will be held from June 5th to 7th in Treviso (Italy). Let's check them:
-Robin Benzing (Germany, '89): the forward of Ulm declared early-entry and he is already practicing with Svetislav Pesic to prepare the event.  
-Josep Franch (Spain, '91): DKV Joventut didn't qualify for the ACB play-offs, but catalan team returned to practices. 
-David Jelinek (Czech Republic, '90): he combined DKV Joventut (ACB) with the LEB Silver team. His season has finished, even he pratices in the same group as Franch.
-Tomas Satoransky (Czech Republic, '91): Cajasol Sevilla (ACB) was eliminated by Real Madrid in the play-off quarterfinals some days ago. He was there. 
-Miralem Halilovic (Bosnia and Herzegovina, '91): another of the early-entries. He was close to sign with Fenerbahce during this season.  
-Jeremy Tyler (USA, '91): he signed in Israel (Maccabi Haifa) straight from high school, but he didn't finish the season. He struggled: 2.1 points and 1.9 rebounds in 8'. 
-Dejan Musli (Serbia, '91): he isn't playing with FMP Zeleznik since he arrived from the Nike Hoop Summit. He is focused with the Eurocamp, practicing individually. 
-Mamadou Samb (Spain, '89): he was supposed to declare early-entry, but finally he didn't send the letter. Has played this year in spanish LEB Gold, but Cornellà lost the spot in the division.   
-Xavi Rabaseda (Spain, '89): played with Samb, but also enjoyed some minutes with FC Barcelona first team. Early-entry. He is actually in USA for try-outs. 
-Uros Lukovic (Serbia, '89): Also early-entry. 2.12 Serbian center poured 8.8 points (63% twos) with Radnicki Novi Sad. 
-Pietro Aradori (Italy, '88): The most improved player of italian Lega 1 with Angelico Biella, finishing as the third best scorer of the league: 16.7.
-Daniel Clark (Great Britain, '88), at the pic: Asefa Estudiantes was eliminated by Caja Laboral in the ACB quarterfinals. Forward nailed 4.3 points in 12'.
-Mindaugas Kuzminskas (Lithuania, '89): was scouted by Knicks scouts some weeks ago in a home game at Siauliai. Great season for him: 16.6 points in domestic competition.
-Thomas Heurtel (France, '89): some days ago returned to ASVEL Villeurbanne after playing with Strasbourg (9.4 points and 4.8 assists). Early-entry.
-Edwin Jackson (France, '89): also early-entry. Like Heurtel the forward returned to ASVEL some days ago. This season he averaged 10.7 points for Rouen.
-Nikos Pappas (Greece, '90): this year returned to Greece after playing with Real Madrid "B" at LEB Bronze. With Kolossos he poured 7.5 points with 52% from downtown.   
-Vladimir Jankovic (Greece, '90): international with Greece with the same generation as Pappas. Played with Panionios. 
-Alberto Jódar (Spain, '91): almost all the season K.O due to an injury. Has played only twelve games with Real Madrid second team, at LEB Silver (3.9 points and 2.9 rebounds).
-Matias Nocedal (Argentina, '90): under contract with Caja Laboral, has been loaned this season to Ourense (LEB Gold), averaging 6.2 points and 1.8 assists.
-Nihad Djedovic (Bosnia and Herzegovina, '91): played with Xacobeo (ACB) loaned from Regal FC Barcelona. Poured 6.3 points in 17 minutes. K.O. many games due to an injury.
-Oleksandr Kolchenko (Ukraine, '88): is not his first time in Treviso. Played with Khimik, showing his skills (10.6 and 36% from downtown).
-Semen Shashkov (Russia, '89): grew in CSKA Moscow youth teams. This season played with Ural Ekaterinburg, at russian second division.
-Augusto Cesar Lima (Brazil, '91): combined Unicaja (ACB) with its second team at LEB Gold. Great performance in Euroleague: 4.9 points, 2.8 rebounds and 12.8 minutes in 8 games.
-Vladimir Dasic (Montenegro, '88): started in Real Madrid, transferred to Gran Canaria and after released. Bad season for him.
-Ludovic Vaty (France, '88): played Euroleague with Orleans, averaging 6.3 points and 4.8 rebounds.
-Dairis Bertans (Latvia, '89): important piece at Ventspils. In domestic competition he nailed 10.7 points with a 43% behind the arc.
-Linos Chrysikopoulos (Greece, '92): one of the younger players of the event. Less minutes in greek first division, some weeks ago he shined in Albert Schweitzer Tournament in Mannheim.
-Bangaly Fofana (France, '89): the 2.12 early-enter center has played with ASVEL. Last week he won the Espoirs Trophée du Futur with his team in Poitiers.
-Rolands Freimanis (Latvia, '88): has played with Cajasol Sevilla (ACB) second team at LEB Silver, averaging 14.6 points and 6.7 rebounds.  
-Donatas Motiejunas (Lithuania, '90): the power-forward, who has played this season with Benetton Treviso, is the european better ranked in mock drafts. 
-Abdoulaye MBaye (France, '88): bad season for Dijon, last at french ProA standings. He averaged 10.1 points and 2.5 boards.  
-Sead Sehovic (Montenegro, '89): the forward of Buducnost will attend the camp again. He has poured 6.1 points in 17' at Adriatic League. 
-Siim-Sander Vene (Estonia, '90): the 2.03 forward has played with Zalgiris Kaunas, with 5.2 points and 2.5 rebounds in 15 minutes at Baltic League. 
-Zoran Dragic (Slovenia, '89): the 1.96 guard, brother of Goran (Phoenix), shined this year in Geoplin Slovan, averaging 15.8 points.  
 
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