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Goran Dragic will be 'Baskonian'

By Robert Mayor

Slovenian point guard Goran Dragic is close to sign with Tau Vitoria. Ljubljana player was pretended by many Spanish clubs, but Vasque team seems to be the best situated and the probable destiny of young talent.

Dragic is a fast player, likes to assists his teammates and knows how to finish at the hoop with a diverse array of lay-ups.

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Yebra leaves Valencia

By Robert Mayor

Oscar Yebra won't continue playing in Valencia next season. Player and team have decided to split their ways. Forward has played last two seasons in Pamesa averaging 8'3 points and more than 2 rebounds per game.

1.6.2006

E come detto altrove........

Milojevic close to Valencia

By Robert Mayor

According to 'El Mundo Deportivo' Partizan Belgrade star, Dejan Milojevic, is close to sign with Pamesa Valencia. Spanish club tried to sign forward past summer but player decided to continue playing for Partizan.

Milojevic has averaged 16'4 points and 10 rebounds per game this season in Euroleague.

31.5.2006

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Gherardini ci cova???

Raptors interested in Garbajosa

By Robert Mayor

Several Spanish media have started to talk this week about Toronto Raptors interest in sign Jorge Garbajosa. NBA franchise could try to sign powerforward in the next weeks, coinciding with the end of the ACB league. The main problem, could be the 1'8 milion € that cost the players freedom.

30.5.2006

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E Navarro si dichiara pronto per andare in NBA!

31/05/2006

ESP - Navarro considers NBA move

BARCELONA (ACB) - Spanish international Juan Carlos Navarro could finally be about to leave Europe for the NBA.

The Winterthur Barcelona shooting guard, who was voted most valuable player of the ACB this season, said: "The NBA is a door that I don't shut.

"I have been at Barca for many years and for the first time this year, I am considering the possibility of going to the NBA."

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Vladone tenta la scalata alla vetta presidenziale del Real Madrid!!

09/06/2006

ESP - Divac poised for Real Madrid post

MADRID (ACB) - Serbia & Montenegro great Vlade Divac is to be handed control of basketball at Real Madrid should Ramon Calderon win the presidential elections at the club on July 2.

Divac, 38, who played on Yugoslavia’s gold-medal winning side at the FIBA World Championship in 2002, will be general manager of the Spanish giants if Calderon is successful.

"I really liked their project," Divac said to Marca. "It's fascinating".

"When I started to play basketball, I always dreamed of playing at Real Madrid and of following in the footsteps of (Drazen) Petrovic and (Drazen) Dalipagic, but it was not to be as I went early to the NBA."

Divac was drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers in 1989 and spent several seasons with the team before being traded to the Charlotte Hornets in a deal that sent Kobe Bryant to LA.

After two years in North Carolina, Divac joined the Sacramento Kings for a six-year spell and his final season in 2004-05, he returned to the Lakers but injuries limited him to a mere 15 games.

"When I was offered this possibility, I simply couldn't refuse," Divac said.

"Real Madrid must always be at the highest level. We will have a team that will win the ACB league and the Euroleague."

By PA Sport, Exclusively for FIBA

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09/06/2006

ESP - Navarro on NBA: `It's now or never'

BARCELONA (ACB) - Spanish sensation Juan Carlos Navarro has decided to have a go at a career in the NBA and has asked Winterthur Barcelona not to stand in his way.

The 1.91m guard, who turns 26 on June 13, is coming off arguably his finest season after making the all-tournament team at last year's EuroBasket and then earning most valuable players honours in Spain's top flight, the ACB.

He buried seven of 12 shots from the arc on Thursday on his way to 24 points but could not prevent Barca from blowing a 15-point lead against Tau Ceramica in Game Three of their semi-final series and crashing out of the post-season.

Tau earned a 3-0 sweep with an 84-78 triumph.

"It's now or never," a frustrated Navarro said, when asked about moving to the NBA.

Navarro's buyout clause is considerable. He is under contract through 2009 and must pay 10million euros to the club should he leave. Barca general manager Zoran Savic has already said the club will not reduce the buyout by one euro.

"I hope that after so many years of giving everything for this team, Barca will help me should I finally decide to leave," Navarro said, before saying more strongly: "I am going to try and go to the NBA."

Navarro made his debut with Barcelona in the ACB in 1997.

He has endured a year's worth of disappointment for club and country, with Spain falling to Germany in the EuroBasket semi-finals and then Barca losing to CSKA at the Euroleague Final Four and now against Tau in the ACB play-offs.

By PA Sport, Exclusively for FIBA

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Spain - Michał Ignerski signed with Sevilla

By Marek Mosakowski - www.probasket.pl

One of the best polish player, Michał Ignerski decide to leaves Poland. 26 years old SF which played in last season for Anwil Wloclawek signed one year deal with Caja San Fernando Sevilla. Ignerski in DBL averaged for Anwil 15.4 points and 4.5 rebounds and 14.3 pts 3.8 reb in ULEB Cup.

15.6.2006

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Questo è buono e mi piace un casino........

Real Madrid signs Tunceri

By Robert Mayor

Real Madrid and Kerem Tunceri (G, 1'90, 27) have signed a two years deal. International player comes from Besiktas were has averaged more than 12 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists per night.

Tunceri is the first signing of 'white team' for the next season, but won't be the last. Names like Charles Smith (Efes Pilsen) are in Boza list.

22.6.2006

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Raul Lopez to Tau?

By Robert Mayor

According to http://www.gurealaves.com/ Akasvayu Girona point guard Raul Lopez could leave Catalonian team and join Tau Vitoria. After just one season far from NBA, Lopez has averaged 12'8 points and 2'5 assists in 29 minutes per match, but his game doesn't seem to be the expected for officials.

Several rumours assure that this summer will live a lot of guards changes (Jaka Lakovic to Unicaja, Pepe Sanchez to Madrid and Pablo Prigioni to Barcelona) and if Argentinean leaves Baskonia, club could be interested in ex-Utah Jazz point guard.

21.6.2006

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A lui gli garba già la nba...

Garbajosa says YES to NBA

By Robert Mayor

Spanish power forward Jorge Garbajosa made public today in a press conference, that will play next season in Toronto for the Raptors. Player will pay his buyout (close to 1'8 milion €) and will go to the best league of the world. Garbajosa thanked everybody in Malaga for the "best two years of my life" and promised that "will comeback everytime I can".

Jorge Garbajosa (ACB Final Series MVP) will play with Spanish guard Jose Manuel Calderon in NBA Franchise and leaves Spain after winning league and Spanish Cup with Unicaja Malaga.

27.6.2006

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