hall of fame

Hall of Fame

Andrea Bargnani drafted 1st – Toronto Raptors – New York Knicks
Nikoloz Tskitishvili drafted 5th – Denver Nuggets – Sharjah UAE
Jonas Valanciunas drafted 5th – Toronto Raptors
Danilo Gallinari drafted 6th – New York Knicks – Denver Nuggets
Jan Vesely drafted 6th – Washington Wizards
Bismack Biyombo drafted 7th – Charlotte Bobcats
Mouhamed Saer Sene drafted 10th – Seattle Supersonics – Antibes
Yaroslav Korolev drafted 12th – Los Angeles Clippers – Spartak SP
Lucas Nogueira drafted 16th – Atlanta Hawks – Estudiantes Madrid
Kevin Seraphin drafted 17th – Chicago Bulls – Washington Wizards
Marco Belinelli drafted 18th – Golden State Warriors – San Antonio Spurs
Oleksiy Pecherov drafted 18th – Washington Wizards – Krasnie Krilya
Donatas Motiejunas drafted 20th – Houston Rockets
Evan Fournier drafted 20th – Denver Nuggets
Pavel Podkolzin drafted 21st – Dallas Mavericks – BC Novosybirsk
Victor Claver drafted 22nd – Portland Trail Blazers
Rudy Fernandez drafted 24th – Portland Trail Blazers – Real Madrid
Serge Ibaka drafted 24th – Oklahoma City Thunder
Johan Petro drafted 25th – Seattle Supersonics – Guangsha L.
Nicolas Batum drafted 25th – Portland Trail Blazers
Rodrigue Beaubois drafted 25th – Dallas Mavericks
Rudy Gobert drafted 27th – Utah Jazz
Livio Jean Charles drafted 28th – San Antonio Spurs – Asvel Villeurbanne
Nemanja Nedovic drafted 30th – Golden State Warriors
Joel Freeland drafted 30th – Portland Trail Blazers
Tomas Satoransky drafted 32th – Washington Wizards – Cajasol Seville
Szymon Szewczyk drafted 35th – Milwaukee Bucks – Acea Roma
Omer Asik drafted 36th – Chicago Bulls – Houston Rockets
Stanko Barac drafted 39th – Indiana Pacers – Anadolu Efes Istanbul
Albert Miralles drafted 39th – Miami Heat – Joventut Badalona
Jonas Jerebko drafted 39th – Detroit Pistons
Jeremy Tyler drafted 39th – Golden State Warriors – New York Knicks
Roko Ukic drafted 41st – Toronto Raptors – Panathinaikos Athens
Davis Bertans drafted 42nd – San Antonio Spurs – Partizan Belgrade
Patrick Beverley drafted 42nd – Miami Heat – Houston Rockets
Zaza Pachulia drafted 42nd – Orlando Magic – Milwaukee Bucks
Viktor Sanikidze drafted 42nd – Atlanta Hawks – CAI Zaragoza
Mile Ilic drafted 43rd – New Jersey Nets – MIA Academy
Marquinhos Vieira drafted 43rd – New Orleans Hornets – Flamengo
Martynas Andriuskevicius drafted 44th – Cleveland Cavaliers – Mitteldeutscher BC
Malick Badiane drafted 44th – Houston Rockets – Chartres
Lior Eliyahu drafted 44th – Houston Rockets – Hapoel Jerusalem
Goran Dragic drafted 45th – Phoenix Suns
Erazem Lorbek drafted 46th – Indiana Pacers – Regal Barcelona
Raul Neto drafted 47th – Atlanta Hawks – Gpuzkoa San Sebastien
Henk Norel drafted 47th – Minnesota Timberwolves – CAI Zaragoza
Kostas Papanikolaou drafted 48th – New York Knicks – Regal Barcelona
Vladimir Veremeenko drafted 48th- Washington Wizards – Unics Kazan
Peter Fehse drafted 49th – Seattle Supersonics – BSW Sixers
Sergiy Gladyr drafted 49th – Atlanta Hawks – Nanterre
Izzet Turkyilmaz drafted 50th – Denver Nuggets – Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul
Cheikh Samb drafted 51st – Detroit Pistons – Al Ahli Dubai
Axel Hervelle drafted 52nd – Denver Nuggets – Bilbao Basket
Yotam Halperin drafted 53rd – Seattle Supersonics – Hapoel Jerusalem
Nando De Colo drafted 53rd – San Antonio Spurs
Tornike Shengelia drafted 54th – Brooklyn Nets
Joffrey Lauvergne drafted 55th – Memphis Grizzlies – Partizan Belgrade
Patrick Mills drafted 55th – Portland Trail Blazers – San Antonio Spurs
Edin Bavcic drafted 56th – Philadelphia 76ers – KAOD
Tomislav Zubcic 56th – Toronto Raptors – Cedevita Zagreb
Loukas Mavrokefalidis drafted 57th – Minnesota Timbewolves – Panathinaikos Athens
Marcin Gortat drafted 57th – Orlando Magic – Washington Wizards
Ilkan Karaman drafted 57th – Brooklyn Nets – Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul
Georgios Printezis drafted 58th – Toronto Raptors – Olympiacos Piraeus
Uros Slokar drafted 58th – Toronto Raptors – Estudiantes Madrid
Bojan Dubljevic drafted 59th – Minnesota Twolves – Valencia
Adam Hanga drafted 59th – San Antonio Spurs – Laboral Kutxa Vitoria
Semih Erden drafted 60th- Boston Celtics – Efes Pilsen Istanbul
Milovan Rakovic drafted 60th – Orlando Magic – Triumph
Janis Timma drafted 60th – Memphis Grizzlies – Ventspils

adidas EUROCAMP Announces 2014 Dates

Twelfth Annual Official NBA Pre-Draft Camp Held June 7-9 in Treviso, Italy

PORTLAND, Ore. -- adidas today announced dates for the twelfth annual adidas EUROCAMP that will showcase the best international players in the only NBA sanctioned pre-draft camp outside of the United States. Held in Treviso, Italy, June 7-9 in 2014, the three day camp brings the best international talent together with former and current NBA coaches and players.

“This past year was our most successful EUROCAMP to date,” said Chris Grancio, adidas global head of basketball sports marketing. “From NBA players including Kenneth Faried, Serge Ibaka and Omri Casspi leading clinics with NBA coaches to players to using BAM testing on-site, we continue to offer platforms to advance player development and remain the most prestigious showcase for international player scouting.”

EUROCAMP 2013 featured four participants taken in the NBA Draft including Lucas Nogueira of Brazil (No. 16/Atlanta Hawks), Nemanja Nedovic of Serbia (No. 30/Golden State Warriors), Raul Neto of Brazil (No. 47/Utah Jazz) and Janis Timma of Latvia (No. 60/Memphis Grizzlies).

The roster for EUROCAMP 2014 will be announced in May. Former participants include 70 first and second round draft picks, including NBA standouts Serge Ibaka (Oklahoma City Thunder), Danilo Gallinari (Denver Nuggets) and Nicolas Batum (Portland Trailblazers). Thirty-one former EUROCAMP participants currently hold NBA contracts and 75 currently play in Euroleague Basketball. adidas EUROCAMP will be held at La Ghirada Sports Complex  in Treviso, Italy.

For more and media credentials please visit www.adidaseurocamp.com or http://news.adidas.com/GLOBAL/PERFORMANCE/BASKETBALL

About adidas Basketball 
adidas has been providing innovative products for the world’s best athletes for more than 60 years, from past legends to today’s superstars, such as Derrick Rose, Dwight Howard, Candace Parker, Tim Duncan and John Wall. On April 11, 2006 adidas and the National Basketball Association signed an 11-year global merchandising partnership making the adidas brand the official uniform and apparel provider for the NBA, the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) and the NBA Development League (D-League) beginning with the 2006-07 NBA season.


Paul Jackiewicz, adidas Global Basketball PR
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