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Henri Veesaar

CURRENT TEAM: Real Madrid (Spain)
Tallin (Estonia)
6´11´´ / 210 cm


Adidas Next Generation Tournament Finals - June 2021
Veesaar was more productive than in the previous tournament in early December. He got stronger so he starts to make the difference as his other physical tools are outstanding thanks to his size, mobility and quickness. In offense, he has nice touch near the rim and his three-point shot looks solid (40%); in defense, he is more confident handling the contact.

Adidas Next Generation Tournament Istanbul - March 2021
Veesaar is in an early stage of physical development. Even if he has got remarkably stronger comparing previous years, he is still weak in both upper and lower body. The combination of size and mobility is quite impressive as he is very tall, has wide and high shoulders, and is very fluid; able to execute quickly any action and running the floor. He has natural skills handling the ball and is very good in straight drive lines and finishing above the rim. His shot from the mid-range and long-range looks pretty solid.

Baltic Sea Basketball Cup - January 2020
By Biel Colominas
Veesaar is a highly intriguing player who has a unique combination of size, mobility and skills. He has a long, skinny and undeveloped body which looks like can add more inches. His coordination and body control are above average giving his size and age, looking very fluid and balanced with his moves on the court. Veesaar played mainly close to the basket, where he showed some impressive actions using high-level footwork and finishing softly with both hands. He showed some glimpses of perimeter skills, handling the ball and shooting but still needs to work on it. Defensively, he brings huge intimidation with his length and shot-blocking instincts coming from the weak side; he has issues with his lateral mobility on the perimeter though.

FIBA U16 European Championship Division A - August 2019
One of the most intriguing prospects in the tournament. Skinny and long body with margin to fill it up. Runs pretty good the floor and has a great balance. Doesn’t shy away the contact but loses almost every match up in the paint because of his lack of strength. A player to develop, showed glimpses of potential in almost every area: not a skilled scorer yet, but has a nice footwork and an improved touch near the basket (51% 2P); turned the ball over trying to pass the ball but some feeds to his teammates in the post and after a
defensive rebounding were impressive and has a great ability to put the ball on the floor with surprising handles for his size.

Baltic Sea Basketball Cup 2019 - January 2019
By Eugenio Agostinelli
Veesaar was one of the most interesting players in attendance. His body is extremely skinny and long but his balance seems solid: runs the floor very well, takes good position inside the paint but struggles getting closer to the rim with that lack of weight. He’s not that skilled when it comes to score, but has room to improve a lot. Tries to fight for offensive rebounds with his length, has issues boxing out opponents and jumping to grab the ball on the defensive end. Interesting when he puts the ball on the floor: handles the ball surprisingly well, has decent footwork. Still a project but a very intriguing one.


2018/19: Audentese SK (Estonia)
2019/20: Real Madrid (ACB, Spain)
2020/21: Real Madrid (ACB, Spain)
2021/22: Real Madrid (ACB, Spain)