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Names for pre-draft Adidas EuroCamp announced

Jun 4, 2012, 4:05 PM EDT

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While the 2012 NBA draft may be one of the deepest on record, it is not as deep in European talent as has been there in recent years. But there is still some real talent there.

France’s two guard Evan Fournier is likely a pick in the last third of the first round. There are guys like Tomas Satoransky out of the Czech Republic, Greece’s Kostas Papanikolaou, and Tornike Shengelia out of Georgia who may well go in the second round.

All of them and more — 45 players total — will be at the Adidas EuroCamp in Italy. Plenty of NBA scouts and brass will be headed to Italy after they leave Chicago and the NBA Draft Combine this week. Below is a list of everybody attending EuroCamp year, all trying to make their name. This is the 10th year of the camp and guys like Serge Ibaka and Danilo Galinari and many other NBA stars from Europe came through there.

A few NBA players are coming through it this year as well. PBT will have more from the camp in the coming weeks.

Andrew Albicy, point guard (France)
Boris Barac, power forward (Croatia)
Jonas Bergstedt, center (Denmark)
Nemanja Besovic, center (Serbia)
Jaka Blazic, guard (Slovenia)
Bogdan Bogdanovic, guard (Serbia)
Dusan Cantekin, center (Turkey)
Olek Czyz, forward (Poland)
Daniel Diez, power forward (Spain)
Nihad Djedovic, forward (Bosnia)
Bojan Dubljevic, power forward (Montenegro)
Jaime Fernandez, point guard (Spain)
Evan Fournier, shooting guard (France)
Josep Franch, point guard (Spain)
Rudy Gobert, forward/center (France)
Nikola Ivanovic, point guard (Montenegro)
Nemanja Jaramaz, forward (Serbia)
David Jelinek, shooting guard (Czech Republic)
Ilkan Karaman, forward (Turkey)
Maxi Kleber, forward (Germany)
Artem Klimenko, center (Russia)
Louis Labeyrie, forward/center (France)
Christophe Leonard, forward (France)
Oleksandr Lypovyy, forward (Ukraine)
Michal Michalak, guard (Poland)
Nenad Miljenovic, center (Serbia)
Riccardo Moraschini, shooting guard (Italy)
Kyryl Natyazhko, center (Ukraine)
Devon Van Oostrum, point guard (England)
Kostantinos Papanikolaou, forward (Greece)
Mateusz Ponitka, guard (Poland)
Artem Pustovy, center, (Ukraine)
Klemen Prepelic, point guard (Slovenia)
Bogdon Radosavljevic, center (Germany)
Dovydas Redikas, point guard, (Lithuania)
Sasu Salin, guard (Finland)
Sertac Sanli, forward/center (Turkey)
Zisis Sarikopoulos, center (Greece)
Tomas Satoransky, guard (Czech Republic)
Tornike Shengelia, power forward (Georgia)
Axel Toupane, forward (France)
Izzet Turkyilmaz, center (Turkey)
Edgaras Ulanovas, forward (Lithuania)
Maik Zirbes, center (Germany)
Tomislav Zubcic, power forward (Croatia)

  1. trickybastard - Jun 4, 2012 at 4:24 PM

    Any idea if this will be televised?

    • Brett Pollakoff - Jun 4, 2012 at 4:49 PM

      Not this year, but they hope to have NBATV coverage of the event in the future. We’ll be attending and will get some video if permitted and post it on the site next week.

      • trickybastard - Jun 5, 2012 at 12:55 PM

        That would be cool to check out. I’m a big fan of watching the Vegas summer league games and combines, etc.

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