Years ago

Aussie Men in Europe - 2013/14 Season

There are a number of decent Aussies plpying their trade in Europe again this season and I have only just cauight up and ut a list together for

Here is how it looks:

Name / State / H (cm) / Pos. / Country / Team / National League

VIC 205 F Poland Zielona Gora
Basket Lega

VIC 201 G/F Turkey Besiktas
Basketbol Ligleri

VIC 194 G Romania Oradea
Lega Nationale

SA 203 G/F Israel Maccabi Tel-Aviv
Winner League

Nathan JAWAI
QLD 208 F/C Turkey Galatasaray
Basketbol Ligleri

NSW 200 G/F Kazakhstan BC Astana
Division 1

NSW 209 C Lebanon Sagesse
Division A

VIC 208 F/C Ukraine Azovmash

NSW 211 C Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
VTB United League

QLD 207 F Italy Virtus Bologna
Serie A

SA 199 G/F Spain Gran Canaria
Spanish ACB

You can find the complete list on the website, complete with links to player profiles, team and league websites!

Check it out here: Aussies in Europe: The Complete Listing for 2013/14

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Years ago

Josh Duinker from Sydney is playing in The Netherlands and the Eurochallenge and having a very good season to date, could be playing himself into a decent contract next year.

Also Liam Rush in Sweden and Matthew Adekponya in Portugal are two Aussies playing in lower leagues.

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Years ago

Thanks Paul

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Years ago

Some stats would be nice

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Years ago

Kolesnikov now? lol. So are Bose and Khazzouh completely lost to the Boomers and Aussie Basketball now?

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Years ago

They aren't real Aussies anyway mate! We dont want 1st gens! True blue!!

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Years ago

Good one Troll. So you are saying Patty is the only basketballer we can claim!!

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Years ago

lol. Pretty sure a quarter of Australia are immigrants or first gens. JUst off the top we would have to cancel out Andrew Bogut, Aleks Maric, Dante Exum, Ben Simmons, CJ Bruton would never have been a boomer, Probably plenty more I have forgotten.

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Years ago

Lucky for Australian basketball that the "true blue" anon above isn't selecting our boomers team. without Exum,Simmons, Bogut, Bolden, Maric, etc we have no chance at a medal in 2016 and beyond.

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Years ago

Every country in the world is multicultural.

Get used to it

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Years ago

nice shot Anon! Exactly, Patty Mills and Jawai are the only ones we can claim. know your history. ignorance beats arrogance lol

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Years ago

LebAnon is part of Fiba Asia, so khazzouh is playing in Asia not Europe.

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Years ago

cheers for the khazzouh update curley

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Years ago

Yep, Lebanon is in Asia, as is Kazahkstan.

Check out the latest efforts by the Aussie men in Euroe!

EuroView: Aussies bring the southern summer to heat up Europe (6-Jan-14)

Kickert, Newley, Motum and Broekhoff all had some great performances...

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Years ago

Kazakhstan is in Asia, but Astana also play in Europe in the VTB United League.

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Years ago

The latest EuroView update on the Aussies playing in Europe has been posted.

EuroView: Maric steady and Kickert streaks

2 Aussies in the Euroleague Final 16...

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Years ago

David Andersen is now back in Europe in France, David Barlow is back home in Oz, and Joe Ingles is back in form...

Catch up on all the latest Euro Aussie action;

EuroView: Andersen is back in Europe and Ingles is back in form

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Years ago

PnR's newest team member Craig Rayner provides a review of the 2013/14 Euroleague (and EuroCup) season with a deliberate focus on the Australians in action.

EuroView: The 2013/14 Euroleague season in review

The blue and yellow confetti of 2013/14 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Champions Maccabi Tel Aviv has only just been swept up off the Mediolanum Forum floor in Milan, bringing a close to what was an amazing season. We can now catch our collective breath and reflect on the season that was for those players who bleed Australian green and gold while competing in Europe's top continental leagues.

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Years ago

Daniel Dillon-- CSM Oradea(Romania)
Stats 2013-14 season
Points per game 13.5
Steals per game 3.7
Assists 3.7
His team reached the playoffs final for national title.
2013-2014 season highlights

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