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MVP: Scott VanderMeer (213-C-86, agency: Worldwide Career Management, college: Ill.-Chicago)

Scott VanderMeer excelled at both ends of the floor this week and was virtually unstoppable in the second session of the Las Vegas ESL. He led his team to the championship, over a gritty Siena team. Every team and big man in this ESL tried to stop Scott, but the crafty veteran was determined and in a zone all week. Scott was by far the best big man in this ESL and he showed it with his left and right hand baby hooks, shot blocking, rebounding, running the floor, shooting from inside and outside. You name it Scott delivered. Scott will most likely again be playing at a high level job somewhere overseas this season.

Kyle Harvey (195-F-91, college: Williams Baptist) is a big guard who is extremely athletic. Kyle wowed the crowd here in Las Vegas with his highlight reel dunks and spectacular play. Kyle can do everything, he can handle the ball, shoot, rebound and defend. He is a major, major match up problem for almost everyone. We see Kyle as having a great college career and signing a very good deal overseas this season.

Dane Rawlings is another player who plays extremely hard and helps his team a great deal to win. He is very athletic and this guy from St.Kitts can do it all. Dane can guard and play the 2, 3 and 4. He drew a lot of interest from teams and we look for him to get started with his career now since he just finished school this past May.

Jack Houpt (201-F-90, college: W.Illinois) shot the lights out here in Las Vegas and was without question he was the best shooter here. Jack is a 68 stretch four who is extremely cerebral and hard to guard. Jack can shoot from anywhere on the floor, rebound, run and defend. Jack will have a great career overseas and was a major reason why his team went to semis of the playoffs here in Vegas.

Stefan Welsh (190-G-87, college: Arkansas) was unstoppable here in the second session of Las Vegas. In fact, he played in the championship game and if his team had won it all, he would have been MVP of the ESL II. Stefan is a great shooting point guard who can run a team as well. But, if you want points he can go get them for you in bunches. Stefan should be a guy that goes back to the D-League to get his career back on track so he can go back overseas and make a good living for himself.

Tim Parham (206-F/C-83, agency: Worldwide Career Management, college: Md-E Shore) is a veteran player and very gifted big man who does not need to have the ball in his hands all the time to be a great teammate. He is very good around the basket offensively and defensively and runs the floor extremely well. Tim has been all over the globe, even the NBA, so its basically up to him now on where he wants to end his career. I would expect Tim go to Asia or the Middle East and capitalize on the money being offered there with a guy with his experience.

Garland Judkins (193-G-89, college: Texas A&M-CC) is a dynamic guard who helped his team win the championship this week. He was one of the key leaders for his team Monaco in their quest for the title. He can score, defend and is lightning quick. He will be a major match up problem anywhere he goes and he just blows by people. The best place for Garland to go this season would be a team in the D-League so he could utilize his NBA athletic ability.

Ryan Bogdan (193-G/F-91, college: Limestone) is another guy here in ESL Vegas II that just shot the lights out. Ryan is an extremely gifted shooter who can run a team or play the two spot. If you are looking for a great combo guard Ryan is your man. We look for Ryan to have a good mid-level job in Europe this year and be very productive.

Jason Dawson (183-PG-88, college: Mt.Vernon Naz.) was an incredible point guard here in Vegas. He led his team with assists and on two occasions was one or two rebounds away from a triple double. Jason can run a team or score and would be a great addition to any team. We look for him to start his career in Mid-level Europe this season and have a solid year.

Pete Brown (198-F-87, college: NC-Greensboro) is another guy who had a great ESL Vegas II. He is 66 and very strong. He can do a number of things around the basket or face you up and take you off the dribble. Pete is a great rebounder and runs the floor well. We look for Pete to get a good start in a smaller league that uses undersized bigs where he will surely excel.
  



ESL Winter Schedule for Men and Women Now Available - 8 days ago

The end of September marks the beginning of many leagues in the European market meaning that most teams have fulfilled their signing objectives at this current time. However, that does not mean if you are unsigned that you will have to sit out the entire 2016/2017 season. Throughout the European season their will be players that unfortunately get injured, under perform expectations, or simply do not enjoy the international lifestyle. When these instances happen, the players will be sent h...   [read more]

Maurice Cole
ESL Select Rallies from 16 Down in 4th to Beat RSV Eintracht Stahnsdorf - 25 days ago

With their unbeaten record on the line Eurobasket Select made a huge 4th quarter push to advance to 9-0 on the German Tour 82-79. It was the 4th quarter lineup of Maurice Cole (182-PG-90, college: Dixie St.), Jack Montague (183-PG, college: Yale), Ethan Murray (188-G-93, college: Coll.of the Ozarks), Zack Leeper (193-G), and Darvin Ham (196-F-92, college: Northwood) that brought them back on a 17-2 run in 3 minutes to bring them back. 'We challenged our guys tonight. We went small almost...   [read more]

William Wise
Eurobasket Select Remains Unbeaten With Win Over Pro B Itzehoe - 26 days ago

Jeremiah Dunnings (183-PG, college: William Carey) opened the game up with a 3 point field goal from the left wing and Eurobasket would never look back in a 82-65 victory. It was a balanced scoring attack across the board as Dayton Mickens (203-F-91, college: Ark.-Monticello) led the team in scoring with 11, while Derrick Tony Seldon (196-F/C-93, college: W.Connecticut), William Wise (206-F), and Ethan Murray (188-G-93, college: Coll.of the Ozarks) all finished with 10 points each. 'It w...   [read more]


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Eurobasket S.League Standings
Atlanta
 1. Greece 2-0 
 2. Italy 2-0 
 3. Austria 1-1 
 4. Belgium 1-1 
 5. England 1-1 
 6. France 1-1 
 7. Portugal 1-1 
 8. Ireland 0-2 
 9. Russia 0-2 
Kansas City
 1. Rome 2-0 
 2. Amsterdam 1-1 
 3. Madrid 1-1 
 4. Berlin 0-2 
Las Vegas 1
 1. Boston 2-0 
 2. Chicago 2-0 
 3. Dallas 2-0 
 4. Golden State 2-0 
 5. New York 2-0 
 6. Oklahoma City 1-1 
 7. Portland 1-1 
 8. Cleveland 0-2 
 9. Denver 0-2 
 10. Detroit 0-2 
 11. HoopBattle 0-2 
 12. Houston 0-2 
Las Vegas 2
 1. Free Agency 2-0 
 2. Phoenix 2-0 
 3. Washington 2-0 
 4. LA Lakers 1-1 
 5. Memphis 1-1 
 6. Milwaukee 1-1 
 7. Utah 1-1 
 8. Atlanta 0-2 
 9. Brooklyn 0-2 
 10. Toronto 0-2 
Orlando
 1. NightQueen 2-0 
 2. Paris 2-0 
 3. Berlin 1-1 
 4. Miami 1-1 
 5. Rome 1-1 
 6. Amsterdam 0-2 
 7. Complete Set 0-2 
Portsmouth
 1. Mexico City 2-0 
 2. Tokyo 2-0 
 3. Beijing 1-1 
 4. Rio de Janeiro 1-1 
 5. Brussels 0-2 
 6. Munich 0-2 
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