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Second Session of Eurobasket Summer League Las Vegas All-Star team revealed! - Jul 22, 2013
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.
2016 Kansas City Eurobasket Summer League Sunday Results! - 10 days ago
The 2016 Eurobasket Summer League in Kansas City concluded on Sunday June 12th at Rockhurst University. The day was filled with large runs resulting in big leads and big comebacks throughout the KC Summer League. Below are box scores and videos for the games that took place at the Haupin Field House in Kansas City, MO. All players are currently available and ready to sign deals if interested. For any questions regarding these players, please contact Dustin Simcox at email@example.com. A...
The 2016 Eurobasket Summer League in Kansas City concluded on Sunday June 12th at Rockhurst University. The day was filled with large runs resulting in big leads and big comebacks throughout the KC Summer League. Below are box scores and videos for the games that took place at the Haupin Field House in Kansas City, MO. All players are currently available and ready to sign deals if interested. For any questions regarding these players, please contact Dustin Simcox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Kansas City ESL First Team
G: Jordan Epps (180-G): Jordan was the ultimate floor general for Rome. He showed great discipline to break down his defender and find the open man when help comes. He was able to help create more offense for his teammates as he and teammate Curt Stephens combined for 19 assists per game each. He also showed great range on his jump shot extending out to 23-25 feet. He has the potential to be a great leader for a team needing a PG to control the tempo and control his offense.
G: Ethan Murray (188-G): Ethan can flat out shoot and score. One of the better shooting performances to date during the Eurobasket Summer League events landing him a 28 pts per game average on Sunday. As a combo guard he is able to keep the defense on edge bringing the ball up and play off the ball letting the game come to him. If a team is in need of instant offense then they need to take a serious look at Ethan Murray, Murray and Epps each were 1st team all conference together.
G Deverell Biggs (185-G): Deverell Biggs showed a very crafty handle and Westbrook type numbers. Biggs averaged 14 pts, 11.5 reb, 7.5 ast, and 5 stl during the games on Sunday. He is a very athletic guard that can get to the rim and score from the outside. His numbers show that he is also a willing distributor to keep the whole offense involved. His athleticism on the defensive end makes him a very prolific two way player that can be utilized on any team.
GF: James Parrott (188-G-90, college: Midland): James definitely was of the better athletes during the weekend. He had a 35 inch stand still vertical jump and multiple finishes at the rim Sunday. He is very active on the defensive end as he rejected 7 shots and came up with 5 steals during the two games on Sunday. With professional experience in Saudi Arabia already makes him a very attractive veteran to teams.
F: Lemon Gregory (206-C): LeMon is a talented D1 forward/center standing at 6'9. He has a decnt jump shot from 12-15 feet that is improving. However, he can finish well with great touch around the basket. He posted consecutive 22 point games on Sunday and secured a double double with 12 boards in one of the games. He has the potential to develop into a successful Power Forward with the ability to guard the center position.
High Point Game: Ethan Murray 36
High Rebound Game: Dwayne Brunson (201-F) 17
High Assist Game: Jordan Epps and Curt Stephens 11
High Steal Game: Deverell Biggs 6
High Block Game: James Parrott 4
Madrid 122 Berlin 67
#73 Joseph Cooper (211-C): 4 pts, 6 reb, 2 ast, 1 stl, 2 blk
#96 Marques Ewell (178-PG, college: Rochester, MI): 7 pts, 4 reb, 3 ast, 1 stl
#16 Mason Archie II (196-G-94): 27 pts, 5 reb, 2 ast, 2 stl
#42 Chris Waller (185-G): 16 pts, 3 reb, 2 ast, 1 blk
#77 Julius Dawson: 2 pts, 1 reb, 1 stl
#1 Phil Carey (188-G): 1 reb, 3 ast, 1 stl
#99 Preston Rayburn (201-G/F-91): 8 pts, 4 reb, 3 ast, 2 stl
#5 Kyndall Smith-Tomlin: 4 pts, 1 ast
#26 Ethan Murray: 36 pts, 6 reb, 3 ast
#28 Darris Smith (180-PG-93): 18 pts, 6 reb, 4 ast, 4 stl
#23 Jojuan Graham (188-G): 14 pts, 3 reb, 4 ast, 1 stl
#84 Jefferson Given: 7 pts, 7 reb, 3 ast, 2 blk
#89 Dwayne Brunson: 12 pts, 17 reb, 1 ast, 1 stl, 1 blk
#85 Teddy Chambers (198-G/F, college: Wayland Baptist): 13 pts, 8 reb, 2 ast
#34 Kyle Wiggins (190-G, agency: DTMones): 16 pts, 5 reb, 10 ast, 1 stl
#63 Chris Edwards (196-F): 6 pts, 5 reb, 1 ast
Rome 114 Amsterdam 91
#31 James Parrott: 33 pts, 5 reb, 3 ast, 3 stl, 4 blk
#46 Mikquell Jackson (185-G): 17 pts, 6 reb, 7 ast, 2 stl
#71 Lemon Gregory: 22 pts, 11 reb, 1 ast, 2 blk
#54 Delijah Eckles (196-F): 10 pts, 4 reb, 2 ast, 1 stl, 2 blk
#3 Curt Stephens: 8 pts, 5 reb, 8 ast, 1 stl
#83 Jordan Epps: 13 pts, 4 reb, 11 ast, 3 stl
#9 Brett Pendergist (188-G): 11 pts, 6 reb, 2 ast
#25 Landers Riddle (188-F): 11 pts, 1 reb, 4 ast
#97 Adebayo Babalola (193-F-93): 28 pts, 9 reb, 3 ast, 1 stl
#40 Deverell Biggs: 14 pts, 12 reb, 6 ast, 6 stl
#53 Jeff Amazan (193-G/F): 19 pts, 2 reb, 1 ast
#51 Eric Adams (196-F): 11 pts, 5 reb, 1 ast, 1 stl
#14 Andre Scott (188-G-93): 4 pts, 4 reb, 3 ast
#18 Horne Hilton (191-G/F): 4 pts, 10 reb, 1 ast, 2 stl
Berlin 80 v Rome 111
#31 James Parrott: 22 pts, 5 reb, 2 ast, 2 stl, 3 blk
#46 Mikquell Jackson: 17 pts, 7 reb, 1 ast, 3 stl
#71 Lemon Gregory: 22 pts, 7 reb, 1 blk
#54 Delijah Eckles: 6 pts, 5 reb, 1 ast, 1 stl
#3 Curt Stephens: 8 pts, 1 reb, 11 ast, 3 stl
#83 Jordan Epps: 23 pts, 3 reb, 8 ast, 1 stl
#9 Brett Pendergist: 13 pts, 8 reb, 3 ast, 1 stl, 1 blk
#88 Joseph Cooper: 8 pts, 4 reb, 1 ast, 3 stl
#96 Marques Ewell: 9 pts, 4 ast, 1 stl
#16 Mason Archie II: 22 pts, 7 reb, 5 ast
#42 Chris Waller: 6 pts, 7 reb, 5 ast, 2 stl, 2 blk
#77 Julius Dawson: 2 pts, 3 ast
#1 Phil Carey: 8 pts, 3 reb, 3 ast, 1 stl
#99 Preston Rayburn: 16 pts, 1 reb, 2 ast, 1 stl
#5 Kyndall Smith-Tomlin 9 pts, 3 reb, 1 stl
Madrid 86 v Amsterdam 87
#25 Landers Riddle: 9 pts, 8 reb, 2 ast, 2 stl
#97 Adebayo Babalola: 15 pts, 4 reb, 3 stl, 1 blk
#40 Deverell Biggs: 14 pts, 9 reb, 9 ast, 4 stl
#53 Jeff Amazan: 6 pts, 1 reb, 2 ast, 1 stl
#51 Eric Adams: 9 pts, 3 reb, 1 ast, 1 stl, 1 blk
#14 Andre Scott: 7 pts, 2 reb, 2 ast, 2 stl
#18 Horne Hilton: 27 pts, 2 reb, 3 ast, 2 stl
#26 Ethan Murray: 20 pts, 7 reb, 1 ast, 2 stl
#28 Darris Smith: 9 pts, 5 reb, 4 ast
#23 Jojuan Graham: 5 pts, 3 reb, 2 ast
#84 Jefferson Given: 7 pts, 11 reb, 2 ast
#89 Dwayne Brunson: 15 pts, 8 reb
#85 Teddy Chambers: 16 pts, 5 reb, 2 ast, 1 stl, 1 blk
#34 Kyle Wiggins: 12 pts, 4 reb, 3 ast, 3 stl, 1 blk
#63 Chris Edwards: 2 pts, 1 reb
2016 Kansas City Eurobasket Summer League Saturday Results! - 13 days ago
The 2016 Kansas City Eurobasket Summer League opened up the combine season Saturday June 11th with our Skills and Athleticism portions of the combine. All players are available immediately. Videos are broken up by Group and Station Work. Skill Tests and Drills Performed: Shooting: Spot up (Mid Range and 3's), Dribble Pull Ups, Shots of Screens, Post Work Athleticism: Vertical Jump, 3/4 Sprints, Full Court Sprints, Lane Agility, and Lateral Speed Situational: 3 on 2, 2 on 1 Transition,...
The 2016 Kansas City Eurobasket Summer League opened up the combine season Saturday June 11th with our Skills and Athleticism portions of the combine. All players are available immediately. Videos are broken up by Group and Station Work.
Skill Tests and Drills Performed:
Shooting: Spot up (Mid Range and 3's), Dribble Pull Ups, Shots of Screens, Post Work
Athleticism: Vertical Jump, 3/4 Sprints, Full Court Sprints, Lane Agility, and Lateral Speed
Situational: 3 on 2, 2 on 1 Transition, Miami Transition, One on One defense, and 3 on 3 competition
(Listed below Men's Groups A-D)
BEST FINISHER IN EACH DRILL/TEST BY GROUP:
3 Point FG%
A: Andre Scott (188-G-93) 76%
B: Horne Hilton (191-G/F) 56%
C: Ethan Murray (188-G) 76%
D: Preston Rayburn (201-G/F-91) 72%
One Dribble Pull Up FG%
A: Curtis Stephens 72%
B: Horne Hilton 76%
C: Ethan Murray 80%
D: Preston Rayburn 60%
Shots off Screens FG%
A: Curt Stephens 86%
B: Adebayo Babalola (193-F-93), Horne Hilton, Brett Pendergist (188-G) 66%
C: Phil Carey (188-G) 93%
Mid Range FG%
D: Dwayne Brunson (201-F) 68%
Post Work FG%
D: Lemon Gregory (206-C) 86%
3/4 Sprint Speed
A: Deverell Biggs (185-G) 3.12 sec
B: Adebayo Babalola 2.82 sec
C: Chris Waller (185-G) 3.28 sec
D: Lemon Gregory 3.04 sec
Full Court Sprint Speed
A: Deverell Biggs 8.16 sec
B: Brett Pendergist 7.91 sec
C: James Parrott (188-G-90, college: Midland) 8.22 sec
D: Delijah Eckles (196-F) 8.15 sec
Lane Agility Drill
A: Deverell Biggs 8.16 sec
B: Eric Adams (196-F) and Brett Pendergist 9.53 sec
C: Mason Archie II (196-G-94) 9.00 sec
D: Preston Rayburn 9.56 sec
A: Mikquell Jackson (185-G) 44
B: Horne Hilton and Brett Pendergist 41
C: Mason Archie II 48
D: Bruce Marshall (208-C-94) and Preston Rayburn 41
A: Julius Dawson 31 inches
B: Jeff Amazan (193-G/F) 32 inches
C: James Parrott 35 inches
D: Delijah Eckles and Preston Rayburn 31 inches
Men's Group A
# Name 3/4 Sprint FC Sprint Lane AgilityLane SlidesVert3FG%Drib FG %Scrn FG%
14Andre Scott3.5 sec8.84 sec10.38 sec392276%60%60%
3Curt Stephens3.28 sec8.62 sec10.75 sec422564%72%86%
11Deverell Biggs3.12 sec8.16 sec9.12 sec423068%52%40%
23Jojuan Graham (188-G)3.32 sec8.5 sec9.87 sec402860%56%80%
77Julius Dawson3.33 sec8.32 sec10.37 sec393144%32%40%
96Marques Ewell (178-PG, college: Rochester, MI)3.47 sec8.84 sec10.41 sec422472%60%40%
46Mikquell Jackson3.29 sec8.69 sec10.28 sec442648%64%40%
83Jordan Epps (180-G)3.38 sec8.81 sec9.82 sec402644%60%40%
Men's Group B
# Name 3/4 Sprint FC Sprint Lane AgilityLane SlidesVert3 FG%Drib FG %Scrn FG%
51Eric Adams3.04 sec8.03 sec9.53 sec392840%68%53%
5Kyndall Smith-Tomlin3.22 sec8.4 sec10.60 sec362428%28%40%
63Chris Edwards (196-F)3.06 sec8.31 sec10.62 sec342524%24%33%
97Adebayo Babalola2.82 sec7.93 sec9.66 sec403048%68%66%
18Horne Hilton3.16 sec8.44 sec9.75 sec412656%76%66%
9Brett Pendergist3.07 sec7.91 sec9.53 sec412844%56%66%
53Jeff Amazan2.88 sec8.37 sec9.82 sec403244%52%40%
Men's Group C
# Name 3/4 Sprint FC Sprint Lane AgilityLane SlidesVert3 FG%Drib FG %Scr FG%
25Landers Riddle (188-F)3.41 sec8.37 sec9.56 sec393132%64%46%
1Phil Carey3.38 sec8.69 sec9.87 sec422656%64%93%
42Chris Waller3.28 sec8.56 sec10.25 sec433152%48%73%
26Ethan Murray3.56 sec8.81 sec9.56 sec472976%80%66%
28Darris Smith (180-PG-93)3.34 sec8.47 sec9.22 sec462972%68%66%
34Kyle Wiggins (190-G, agency: DTMones)3.44 sec8.69 sec9.34 sec463468%60%66%
16Mason Archie II3.35 sec8.6 sec9.00 sec483048%56%60%
31James Parrott3.77 sec8.229.46453556%56%60%
Men's Group D
# Name 3/4 Sprint FC Sprint Lane AgilityLane SlidesVertMR FG3FG%Drib/POST%
85Teddy Chambers (198-G/F)3.25 sec9.09 sec11.47 sec372248%44%40%D
54Delijah Eckles3.06 sec8.15 sec10.00 sec393148%60%32%D
88Bruce Marshall3.12 sec8.59 sec10.28 sec412960%48%80%P
73Joseph Cooper (211-C)3.07 sec8.56 sec10.43 sec362644%48%80%P
89Dwayne Brunson3.25 sec8.91 sec10.12 sec362568%44%73%P
84Jeff Givens3.28 sec8.65 sec10.00 sec352536%64%24%D
71Lemon Gregory3.04 sec8.32 sec10.97 sec362540%24%86%P
99Preston Rayburn3.21 sec8.59 sec9.56 sec413160%72%60%D
ESL Las Vegas Bringing Big Opportunities - 1 month ago
The 2016 Eurobasket Summer League has started with a bang under first year Director Dustin Simcox with the first two events.The Portsmouth Summer League featured players from all divisions of college basketball. The first team featured 5 highly successful NCAA Division I players such as Marko Gujanicic (203-F-92, college: George Mason), Joe McDonald (185-PG-93, college: G.Washington), Shane Henry (203-F, college: Virginia Tech), and Nik Biberaj (203-F-93, college: ODU). Not to mention NCA...
The 2016 Eurobasket Summer League has started with a bang under first year Director Dustin Simcox with the first two events.The Portsmouth Summer League featured players from all divisions of college basketball. The first team featured 5 highly successful NCAA Division I players such as Marko Gujanicic (203-F-92, college: George Mason), Joe McDonald (185-PG-93, college: G.Washington), Shane Henry (203-F, college: Virginia Tech), and Nik Biberaj (203-F-93, college: ODU). Not to mention NCAA D3 NECC Player of the year Jerry Buchanon (183-PG-94, college: Elms), Big Ten 1st Team Kanu Aja (206-F-92, college: E.Carolina), NCAA D2 CACC MVP Derek Johnson (198-F-93, college: Philadelphia), and ECAC NCAA D3 South Player of the Year Paul Reynolds (193-F-90, college: Wesley). ESL in Atlanta also featured Top D1 Players such as Jaquail Townser (190-G-94, college: Jacksonville State), Mario Moody (201-F-92), Nigel Pruitt (201-F-94), and Willy Kouassi (208-C-91). We also saw many D2 players take the stage into the Atlanta 1st team such as Brent Jackson (190-G), John Savoy (203-F, college: Shaw), and NAIA's Jumaoke Smith (196-G).
The talent from these two events are bringing a lot of excitement to the NBA Summer League events in Orlando and Las Vegas. The Vegas events in particular are generating a lot of buzz. 3 Prominent International coaches have agreed to Coach the ESL Teams in Vegas. Dutch Coach Thomas Roijakkers (agency: KBA Omnia Europe ) recently serving his time for the Leuven Bears in Belgium will be the first featured Coach. Leuven is in the Top Division of Belgian Professional Basketball featuring 5 Americans from this past season. Those players are as follows Rodney Glasgow (178-PG-92, college: VMI), Gene Teague (206-C-89, college: Seton Hall, agency: HMS), J.J. Avila (201-F-91, college: Colorado St., agency: Pro Partner Sports Management), Andre Hollins (188-G-92, college: Minnesota, agency: Pensack Sports), and Anthony Marshall (190-G-91, college: UNLV, agency: Pensack Sports). The Leuven Bears are sponsored by Stella Artois. Roijakkers has spent time with Cape Holland, Bensberg (Germany), SV Halle (Germany), and Zwolle (Netherlands), In 2007 he was aoart of the German 2.DBBL North League Championship. The second coach is Pascual Padilla . Pascual has a deep relationship with Latin American and Mexican teams as a coach and scout. In 2016 alone he has scouted for the Cibacopa League in Mexico, a personal scout for Pioneros de Delicias in the Chihuahua League, and coaches the Basketball Tour for the MSG organization. The third coach to confirm is Armenian National Team Coach Allen Mkrtychyan. Mkrtychyan recently joined the Armenian National Team this year to compete in the European events in Moldova. He is from Moscow, Russia and played in his younger days for the CSKA Moscow program.
To add the cherry on top of all of these benefits of the Las Vegas Summer Leagues is the addition of Lukas Peng and the Chinese Hoop Battle Basketball Team. Hoop Battle is a team of Chinese Basketball Players that are filming a TV Syndicated Show that closely replicates the Hard Knock Series on HBO for American Football Teams. Peng, who is a former player in the CBA and lead scout for Foshan Long Lions of the top league in China is serving as Team Manager. This excitement is bringing top coaches and scouts to not only see the American players that are fighting for professional jobs but to witness the first ever TV production filmed at an International Basketball Event. If you thinking of coming to Vegas for a opportunity to compete for a job overseas the obvious choice is the Eurobasket Summer League run by FIBA Certified Agent Dustin Simcox and team of scouts, coaches, and international marketers that bring you Eurobasket.com. The most powerful tool in international basketball.
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