Known and unknown faces, former Ncaa champion, consciousless scorer, athletic freaks and more. All of them will be rookies in the Italian league.
How could we forget Ben Simmons or Buddy Hield? Of course we can't: we will keep an eye on them and on all the other players who made it to the Nba.
Central Division will feature Ncaa darlings who will start their adventure (Valentine), the real surprise in 2016 Nba Draft (Maker) and underdogs for the Cavs.
We focus on rookies and sophomore in the Southeast Division: those who will find minutes, those who will be waived, those who will on a quest for redemption and those who have to fulfill big expectations.
Our new Nba spotlight starting today will keep an eye on college players that will have their chances in the Association. Our first feature will focus on rookies and sophomore in the Atlantic Division.
A look at the best Ncaa players that will begin their careers in Europe next season, from Jonah Bolden in Serbia to Stephan Moody in Turkey.
Want to know more about new Brindisi player Nic Moore? What about Stephan Moody's future? Two issues to talk about all the young American players who moved this side of the ocean.
Italian teams went shopping in the Ncaa world. Some teams went all-in on talented rookies, like Enel Brindisi, others chose high-risk high-reward players, like Cremona, but there is more.