Thursday, 27 December 2012

RONNIE LEGETTE 1987


RONNIE LEGETTE

 

LA ELECCION DE SEPTIMA RONDA

COLLEGE:  WEST VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY

22 Junio, 1987: Elegido en 7Ronda con el N.152

8 Octubre, 1987: Firma con los Warriors. Es cortado al poco tiempo...

 

WARRIORS STORY

 

Elegido en una de aquellas interminables rondas del draft de los años ochenta después de una carrera colegial de cuatro temporadas con los Bulldogs. Jugo con los Warriors un par de partidos amistosos antes de ser recomendado para irse a un equipo de la CBA. Se retiro del baloncesto.

 

CONCLUSION

 Nunca jugo a baloncesto profesionalmente.

JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI

Ninguno de los jugadores elegidos posteriormente llego a la nba pero quizás os suene un tal FRANJO ARAPOVIC N.159 (os acordáis del mate en la final de los JJOO ’92 que ponía por delante a Croacia en el marcador?)

SARUNAS MARCIULIONIS 1987


SARUNAS MARCIULIONIS

 

LA ELECCION DE SEXTA RONDA

22 Junio, 1987: Elegido en Sexta Ronda con el N.127

23 Junio, 1989: Firma con los Warriors

18 Julio, 1994: Traspasado a los Supersonics junto con Byron Houston

    por Ricky Pierce y Carlos Rogers mas rondas del draft (1995).

WARRIORS STORY



Cuatro temporadas en Golden State con 227 partidos, 5635 minutos (24.8), 3332 puntos (14.6), 644 rebotes (2.8), 554 asistencias (2.4), 323 robos (1.4) mas de un 52% en Tiros de Campo y 76% en Tiros Libres.

Maxima Anotacion: 35 puntos v NJN (28/3/92)

Su mejor partido: 32 puntos, 8 rebotes, 9 asistencias v Kings (3/4/92)


CONCLUSION

 Uno de esos jugadores del club “Si no hubiera sido por las lesiones” Un adelantado a su tiempo y primer europeo que realmente hizo algo en la nba. Jugon total

JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI

Ninguno de los 34 jugadores elegidos después de el jugo en la nba. De todas maneras su elección fue un acierto total.

Saturday, 22 December 2012

CHARLES JENKINS 2011


CHARLES JENKINS

 

LA ELECCION DE SEGUNDA RONDA


College: HOFSTRA
23 Junio, 2011: Elegido por GSW en 2R con el N.44

 

WARRIORS STORY

 

Su temporada rookie fue del todo atípica debido al lockout primeramente y luego con la lesión de S.Curry lo que le permitio no solo ser titular en 28 partidos sino que disfrutar de un buen numero de minutos. En esta su segunda temporada apenas juega ya que Curry y Jack copan todos los minutos disponibles. Aun asi no se rinde y cada vez que sale cumple con su cometido, su tiro de media-larga distancia se esta convirtiendo en uno de los mejores de la liga en cuanto a efectividad. Por ahora lleva 75 partidos jugados, 1031 minutos (13.7), 355 puntos (4.7), 180 asistencias (2.4).

Maxima anotación: 27 puntos v Blazers (25/3/12)

Mejor partido: 24 puntos, 6 rebotes y 9 asistencias v Wolves (22/4/12)

 

CONCLUSION

 Ahora mismo como tercer base es una buena apuesta pero si progresa adecuadamente acabara por marcharse ya que con los bases que tenemos desafortunadamente no tendra minutos disponibles.

JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI

Ninguno ha destacado a no ser por ISAIAH THOMAS N.60

Friday, 21 December 2012

KLAY THOMPSON 2011



KLAY THOMPSON

 

LA ELECCION DE PRIMERA RONDA

23 Junio, 2011: Elegido por GSW en 1R con el N.11

WARRIORS STORY
 

Brillante temporada rookie en la que empezó a despuntar tras el traspaso de Ellis y su consiguiente llegada a la titularidad. Fue incluido en el quinteto ideal de rookies. En esta su segunda temporada ya asentado en el cinco inicial es una amenaza desde el perímetro a lo que ha añadido un interesante arsenal de movimientos en la pintura, penetraciones, etc…

Lleva disputados 92 partidos en los que suma 2525 minutos (27.4), 1233 puntos (13.4), 271 rebotes (2.9) y un 39.6% en tiros de tres habiendo convertido ya 178.

Maxima anotación: 31 puntos v Kings (24/3/12)
Mejor partido: 24 puntos, 7 rebotes, 8 asistencias y 2 robos v Mavs (video)

 
CONCLUSION
Magnifica elección en el draft pero no menos buena decisión de ponerle de titular tras traspasar a Ellis. Jackson le dio confianza desde un principio y ha respondido. Veremos donde esta su techo.

JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI

La elección fue acertada por parte de GSW.

EKPE UDOH 2010


EKPE UDOH
 

 

LA ELECCION DE PRIMERA RONDA

24 Junio, 2010: Elegido por GSW en 1R con el N.6

13 Marzo, 2012: Traspasado a los Milwaukee Bucks junto con Monta Ellis y Kwame Brown a cambio de S.Jackson y Andrew Bogut.

WARRIORS STORY
 
 

Tras una temporada rookie bastante pobre y solo dejando pizcas del potencial exhibido en la universidad de Baylor, su segunda temporada estaba alzando el vuelo cuando de repente fue traspasado a los Bucks. Su total de partidos jugados con los Warriors llego a 96 encuentros en los que dejo unos totales de 1857 minutos (19.3), 446 puntos (4.6), 328 rebotes (3.4) y 151 tapones (1.5).

Máxima anotación: 19 puntos v Clippers (20/2/12)

Su mejor partido: 19 puntos, 8 rebotes y 2 tapones v LAC (20/2/12)

CONCLUSION

 Todo parecía que su carrera en los Warriors estaba en punto ascendente pero con el traspaso parece que se ha quedado tras cuatro temporadas en un jugador de banquillo de corte defensivo y que aporta 5 puntos y 4 reb.

 
JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI

GREG MONROE  N.7

STEPH CURRY 2009


STEPH CURRY

 

LA ELECCION DE PRIMERA RONDA

25 Junio, 2009: Elegido por GSW en 1R con el N.7

 

WARRIORS STORY

 
Afronta ya su cuarta temporada en los Warriors asumiendo los galones de un equipo que cada dia va a mas. La temporada pasada fue un calvario con las lesiones pudiendo jugar solo 26 partidos pero ya ha vuelto a nivel de Allstar en esta. En total son ya 206 partidos jugados con Golden State en los que suma 7101 minutos (34.5), 3673 puntos (17.8), 839 rebotes (4.1) y 1206 asistencias (5.9) mientras que lanza con un 46% en TC, 44% Triples y un 90.1% en tiros libres.


CONCLUSION

 Su elección ha sido un gran acierto, increíble que cayo hasta el numero siete incluso por detrás de Jonny Flynn. Gracias Minnesota.

JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI

Nada que decir de cualquiera que haya sido elegido detrás de el.

RICHARD HENDRIX 2008


RICHARD HENDRIX

 

LA ELECCION DE SEGUNDA RONDA

26 Junio, 2008: Elegido por GSW en 2R con el N.49

14 Noviembre, 2008: Asignado al Bakersfield Jam de la D-League

 

 
WARRIORS STORY

Despues de un Training Camp donde los Warriors se dieron cuenta de que realmente no habían elegido al nuevo “P.Millsap”, Hendrix fue enviado a la D-League para luego ser cortado en Diciembre de 2008. Nunca jugaría con los Golden State Warriors.

 

CONCLUSION

 Un jugador que nunca ha debutado en nba y que después de su paso por la D-League ha encontrado en Europa su hogar pasando por la Acb con el Granada para mas tarde jugar en Israel y ahora en Milan.

 

JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI 

Los jugadores elegidos después de el no han tenido relevancia alguna.

ANTHONY RANDOLPH 2008


ANTHONY RANDOLPH

 

LA ELECCION DE PRIMERA RONDA

26 Junio, 2008: Elegido por GSW en 1R con el N.14

9 Julio, 2010: Traspasado junto con Azubuike y Turiaf a los Knicks por David Lee.


WARRIORS STORY

 
Dos temporadas con la casaca Warrior marcadas por las numerosas lesiones sufridas, un jugador del que se esperaba tanto y con un potencial de aquí a mañana pero que nunca saco todo su talento a pasear. En total fueron 96 partidos, 1878 minutos (19.5), 883 puntos (9.1), 608 rebotes (6.3) y 125 tapones (1.3).

Maxima anotación: 28 puntos v Orlando Magic (5/12/09)

Mejor partido: 28 puntos, 13 rebotes y 5 asistencias v Magic (5/12/09)

Tambien mencionar que se quedo a las puertas de un triple doble cuando en un partido contra Nola (23/12/09) logro 12 puntos,8 rebotes,8 tapones

 

CONCLUSION

 En su quinta temporada en la nba lleva solamente 177 partidos jugados lo que habla de su endeblez física y lo que nos lleva a pensar que será otro del club de … “Si no llega a ser por las lesiones”


JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI

Muchos y variados. Por proximidad de elección ROY HIBBERT N.17

Monday, 10 December 2012

The triumph of courage JERMAREO DAVIDSON


Jermareo Davidson
 

Full Name: Jermareo B. Davidson

Position: Forward

Height/Weight: 6-10 / 230

Birthdate: November 15, 1984 (Atlanta)

High School: Wheeler HS (Marietta, Ga.)

College: Alabama

 

From the suburbs of Atlanta where he attended high school at Joseph Wheeler’s in Marietta, Georgia to the south of Turkey where he currently plays for Antalya the life of Jermareo Davidson has been a big roller-coaster full of emotions. Life itself doesn’t stop for anyone. Trust me, he has learned it the hard way.

 
Playing for Wheeler Hs encouraged by his elder brother was rewarded with a couple of state championships where he used to put monstrous numbers like the game when he had a triple double of 34 points, 15 boards and 14 blocks. This certainly raised interest of a few universities but the decision was made and Jermareo ended up four and half hours away from his native Atlanta in the University of Alabama.

 

As a freshman (2003-04) averaged 5.0 points and 4.3 rebounds in 23.2 minutes a contest. Ranked fourth in the SEC in blocked shots (1.4 bpg). Started 28 of 33 games. Scored in double figures four times. Recorded a season-high 15 points and added eight rebounds at Auburn. Grabbed a season-high ten rebounds in games vs. Pittsburgh and at Kentucky. Narrowly missed a double-double with ten points and nine rebounds vs. Mercer. Still a raw product.
Lost to eventual champions Connecticut in the Regional Final just one game shy of NCAA Final Four.
 

 

His sophomore season (2004-05) continued to show improvement averaging  7.6 points and a team-high 7.9 rebounds (ranked fifth in the SEC). Started all 32 games. Scored in double figures seven times. Registered five double-doubles. Registered a season-high 21 points and grabbed 13 rebounds at Charlotte. Matched season-high of 21 points at Vanderbilt. Pulled down a season-high 14 rebounds twice in games vs. Auburn and Tennessee. Recorded a double-double of ten points and 11 rebounds in the second round of the SEC Tournament vs. Florida.

 

As Junior (2005-06) he established himself as the leader of the team leading them in rebounding (8.9 rpg, third in the SEC) and ranked second on the team in scoring (14.3 ppg, tenth)
Also ranked fifth in the league in blocked shots (1.9 bpg). Started all 31 games. Posted 12 double-doubles. Scored season-high 28 points vs. Kentucky. Scored 17 points and pulled down a career-high 19 rebounds vs. Memphis. Posted 21 points and ten rebounds vs. Vanderbilt. Notched 25 points and nine rebounds vs. Ole Miss. Registered 21 points and 12 rebounds vs. Marquette in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. He did show as an early entry for the draft but at the last minute he pulled off and decided to finish his college career.

 

 Tragedy strucks (extracted from an SI article)

Davidson's "reality" lies in two personal tragedies near the beginning of his senior season at Alabama. He and his girlfriend and schoolmate, Nicole Murphy, were in a car accident in November 2006, as they drove from Atlanta, where they visited his older brother, Dewayne Watkins, who had been shot and hospitalized with critical injuries.


 

Entering the season, Davidson was a preseason candidate for the John R. Wooden Award for the country's top college basketball player. Since his brother's shooting three days before the Tide's season opener against Jackson State, his personal life has been marred by tragedy. Davidson learned of his brother's death upon returning to Tuscaloosa after the 10th-ranked Crimson Tide beat North Carolina State 82-75.

On Nov. 7, just three nights before the start of a senior season that Davidson, one of the nation's leading big men, hoped would lead him to the Final Four and the NBA, his brother, Dewayne Watkins, was shot in the neck by an unknown assailant in Norcross, an Atlanta suburb.He had been paralyzed from the neck down and on a ventilator since the shooting.

Four days later Davidson and his girlfriend, Nikki Murphy, visited Watkins at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. That night, as they returned to Tuscaloosa, Nikki, who was driving Davidson's SUV, lost control as she swerved to avoid another car on Interstate 20. The vehicle flipped several times before landing on its roof.

Davidson, who says he was wearing his seatbelt, walked away unharmed, but Murphy was thrown from the vehicle and died several hours later--in the same hospital where Watkins would die on Dec. 20. Davidson is still coming to terms with the two tragedies. "I have my tough moments, like right before we go on the court, but I'm able to move it to the side until later," he says. "The times I break down are when I'm alone, just sitting at home in front of the computer."

Some of Jermareo's passion for the game came from Dewayne, who was five years his senior and a point guard in high school. Growing up in the Capitol View neighborhood of Atlanta, the boys would play ball nonstop on the goal Madonna had set up in the backyard. "I have thousands of memories [of my brother]," says Davidson, smiling. "The last Thanksgiving that I went home, he cooked for me and [teammate] Alonzo Gee." Turkey, collard greens, mac and cheese; it was a perfect holiday spread from the guy who called his younger brother Jay-O. "Whenever he came into the gym, I knew he was there," says Davidson. "That always got me hyped."

On Nov. 7 Davidson got a call from a family friend: Dewayne had been shot in an Atlanta suburb. The first person Davidson contacted was Nikki, whom he had met in a health class when they were freshmen. A student athletic trainer for the women's team, Nikki hoped to work in the NBA or WNBA one day. She more than anyone encouraged Davidson to be serious about school. "She said we couldn't have a future unless I graduated," he says. They kept their relationship secret because her job prohibited her from dating athletes, so they called each other cousins. ("What's up, cuz?" he'd say in front of her friends. "You calling Grandma tonight?") Only recently had they started using the terms boyfriend and girlfriend, and every Thursday they would go bowling together.

"My brother's been shot," he told her that night. "Can you ride with me to Atlanta?"
"I'm already packing," she replied.
They visited Watkins, who was paralyzed and on a ventilator, and returned to Tuscaloosa for Davidson's season opener three days later. After the Tide's 96--65 win over Jackson State, they drove back to Atlanta and saw Watkins again the next morning. Davidson says he won't forget the haunting details of their drive home that night. The song playing on the stereo ( Beyonce's Irreplaceable). Nikki's scream ("Baby!") as she swerved off the expressway, losing control of Davidson's blue 1998 Ford Explorer. And, not least, his pleas as he crouched down next to Nikki on the asphalt and waited for an ambulance: I love you ... keep breathing ... I love you ... keep breathing.
Davidson, riding in the ambulance with Nikki, returned to Grady Memorial. As Nikki underwent emergency surgery, Davidson waited to have his back examined. "They gave me some medicine, I think to put me asleep," he says. "When they woke me, they told me that Nikki had passed." Brandy Nicole Murphy was 21 years old.

At Alabama, Davidson was called courageous for having the strength to keep playing ball, and he said the game has been his therapy, though he gave thanks on Tuesday to those he has relied on, including his mother, sister, girlfriend's mother, various friends and college teammates.

Dewayne Watkins, the brother of University of Alabama senior center Jermareo Davidson, died on the 20th  at an Atlanta hospital. Watkins had been critically ill since November 7. Davidson learned of his brother's death when he returned to Tuscaloosa shortly before midnight from the Crimson Tide's flight back from a game at N.C. State.

Davidson is still mourning the death of his girlfriend and fellow University of Alabama student, Nikki Murphy.

The way Davidson sees it, basketball is more valuable therapy than just about anything else he's tried. At the suggestion of his coaches, his mother and the team chaplain, Kelvin Croom, he met with two grief counselors, neither of whom he has visited since. "It just made me sad all over again," he says. Some of his inspiring conversations, he says, have been with Nikki's mother, Edwina Murphy. "She knew how serious we were," Davidson says.

"I'm still struggling," Davidson says, "but I've been able to live through basketball because both Nikki and Dewayne supported that part of my life." Davidson honors his girlfriend and his brother during games, forming a "B" sign with his hands for Brandy and pounding his fist against his chest, where he has a tattoo of Dewayne's face, before shooting free throws. (Another tattoo, on his right forearm, depicts Nikki as an angel in flight.)

How has Davidson found the strength to play basketball? How has he stood up to the pain? Perhaps the answer lies in the scene that took place on Dec. 28, during his brother's funeral at the Capitol View United Methodist Church in Atlanta. The night before, he had stunned his mother by telling her he wanted to be baptized in the church that he and Dewayne attended as children. So after giving his eulogy, Pastor Otis Pickett asked the congregation if anyone wanted to be saved. Davidson came forward. "It really was a powerful moment for every one of us who was there to witness it," says Croom, the brother of Mississippi State football coach Sylvester Croom.

And so, in a church that was filled to capacity, a grieving giant kneeled on a pillow, asked for forgiveness and gave his life to the Lord. Afterward, nobody could tell whether it was holy water or tears running down Jermareo Davidson's face.


Senior (2006-07): Ranked second on the team in scoring (14.0 ppg) and rebounding (8.2 rpg, ranked seventh in the SEC). Also ranked third in the league in blocked shots (2.3 bpg). Started all 30 games. Posted 11 double-doubles. Recorded a career-high 31 points to go along with eight rebounds vs. LSU. Blocked five or more shots five times, including a career-high nine blocks vs. Southern Miss and eight blocks vs. Texas Southern. Grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds at Tennessee. Registered 18 points and 11 rebounds at Auburn. Posted a double-double of 17 points and 11 rebounds vs. Mississippi State.

 

 

 

College Highlights

Earned Second Team All-SEC honors from the league coaches and honorable mention All-Conference honor from the Associated Press as a senior. Named First Team All-SEC from the league coaches and honorable mention All-Conference by the Associated Press as a junior. Selected Third Team All-SEC by the Associated Press as a sophomore. Finished collegiate career as Alabama’s 19th all-time leading scorer with 1,268 points. Also ranks fourth in blocked shots (221) and tenth in rebounds (918)

 

PRO CAREER

The Golden State Warriors selected him in the NBA draft with the 36th overall pick (2nd round) of the 2007 draft but that same night he was sent to the Charlotte Bobcats in a trade involving Jason Richardson.

In Charlotte he alternated the nba with the D-League playing for the Sioux Falls Skyforce where he played 6 games averaging 31.2 minutes, 18 points, 9 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 1 block while shooting 47.8% from the floor and 73.3% at the line.

 
His nba debut was (6/11/07)  playing 17 minutes against Phoenix Suns scoring 6 points, grabbing 7 rebounds and adding two blocks, not a bad start. He ended up playing a total of 38 games (2 starts) for the Bobcats averaging 8.5min, 3.2 pts, 1.6 reb, 40% in FG and 64% FT.
 
 
His team high were: 9pts-7reb-3asi-2blk-20min
 
Released by the Bobcats after the Summer League where he was showing really good skills and putting up good numbers, landed in the Idaho Stampede of the D-League where he played 15 games averaging 16.1 points and 10.8 rebounds and 1.5 blocks while shooting over 52% FG.

 
In January the same Golden State Warriors which have picked him in the nba draft just a season ago offered him a 10 day contract initially and then signed him for the remainder of the season 2008/09. He made his debut playing four minutes against the Blazers. Played 14 games in total with the Warriors averaging 7.9 minutes, 3.0 points and 2.4 rebounds. His best game with the Warriors uniform and best nba performarce so far occurred on the 6th March 2009 when he set up a career high in minutes played (33), points (11), rebounds (10), FGA/FGC (5/10) and 1 block.

He was back in the Warriors roster for the 2009 Summer League in July but things didn’t go according to plan and for one reason or the other he couldn’t perform in a way to convince the GSW to offer him a deal for the upcoming season 2009/10. Once again the Summer League and training camp were the last hurdle he couldn’t overcame to get an nba contract.

 

Europe here I come


The European adventure started in Turkey first with a small team in the second tier of Turkey basketball  playing 3 games averaging 27 minutes, 14.3 points, 8.6 rebounds, 2.3 blocks shooting 49% FG and 73% FT. After that he signed for Darussafak  where he played 30 minutes with 15.9 points and led the league in rebounding with 10.9 per game.

 
The summer of 2010 started with Davidson signing for Caciques de Humacao in Puerto Rico where he only played two games. 20 minutes, 15 points, 4 rebounds and two blocks were his total tally in the land that saw Piculin Ortiz grow up.

Back to the US to the Idaho Stampede (D-League) where he will spend the season 2010-11 playing a total of 30 games and once again putting up more than decent numbers ( 15.3 points and 10.3 boards)



in a team featuring Antoine Walker. In the same season he also played in Russia for BC Samara a total of 11 games between the SPL and the Eurocup Challenge with 17 minutes of action, 8 points and 4 rebounds per game.

Once again at the end of the season changes had to be made and this time Germany was the country of selection. The team, Skyliners Frankfurt also playing the Eurocup Challenge. What a fantastic season, domestically he



managed to become the leader of a doomed team which finished at the bottom of the table averaging 17 points and more than 9 rebounds. In only six games at the Eurocup he was as effective with 12.5 points and 8.2 rebounds a game.

Just recently he signed again a contract in Turkey with Antalya where the day before yesterday made his debut against Besiktas playing 32 minutes, scoring 33 points (14-20FG) grabbing 7 rebounds and blocking one shot. What a ride it has been until this point...
 

Some of you might know him as an upcoming hip-hop artist by the name of JAYO, some of his amazing work here.
 



 
 
 
 
For what’s worth, you are a true inspiration, no matter how hard life hits you, you always hit back! REspect

 

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

JERMAREO DAVIDSON 2007


JERMAREO DAVIDSON

@jayo303
 

 

LA ELECCION DE SEGUNDA RONDA

 

28 Junio, 2007: Elegido por GSW en 2R en el puesto N.36

29 Junio, 2007: Traspasado a los Charlotte Bobcats junto con Jason Richardson por Brandan Wright.

 

WARRIORS STORY

 
Después de haber sido traspasado en la noche del draft llego a los Warriors una temporada mas tarde con contratos de 10 días hasta firmar por el resto de la temporada 2008/09. Venia de hacer un buen papel en la D-League (16 puntos y 11 rebotes de media) y con GSW jugo 14 partidos, 111 minutos (7.9), 42 puntos (3.1), 34 rebotes (2.4) y un 47.1% en Tiros Libres. En Junio de 2009 era nombrado en el equipo de la Summer League donde también estaban Steph Curry, Joe Ingles, Acie Law o Anthony Randolph pero después de tres partidos desastrosos fue cortado y nunca más jugaría en la Nba.

 

Máxima anotación: 11 puntos

Mejor partido: 11 puntos y 10 reb v Detroit (6.3.09)

Su otra faceta, la de gangsta rapper

 


 
CONCLUSION

 52 partidos nba contando los 14 de los Warriors. Aparte de la D-League ha jugado en Turquia, Puerto Rico y Alemania. Hace unos días firmaba con el Antalaya de Turquía. Otra elección del draft de los Warriors al que la nba no echara de menos. Visto lo visto en los jugadores elegidos después de él y descontando a Gasol tampoco había mucho que rascar.

 

JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI

MARC GASOL  N.47

STEPHANE LASME 2007


YANN ULRICH STEPHANE LASME

 

LA ELECCION DE SEGUNDA RONDA

28 Junio, 2007:Elegido por GSW en 2R con el numero 46

17 Noviembre, 2007: Cortado, luego firmaría con Miami

WARRIORS STORY


Su carrera en Golden State ha sido la mas efímera de la historia del equipo (quizás incluso de la nba)  llegando a jugar solamente 3.8 segundos de un partido contra Dallas Mavericks cuando sustituyo a Baron Davis.Gano 50.000 dolares con su contrato rookie asi que por menos de 4 segundos no esta nada mal.

Luego de pasarse varias temporadas en la D-League embarcaría rumbo a la vieja Europa pasando por Serbia, Israel, Rusia, el Obradoiro de Acb la temporada pasada y en esta al parecer juega en el Panathinaikos. Este pasado verano estuvo en el Training Camp de los Boston Celtics pero no tuvo suerte.

 

 

CONCLUSION

 A ver quien es el listo de sacar conclusiones con 3.8 segundos de juego. Obviamente venia con un buen cartel universitario sobre todo en el area defensiva, mucha intimidacion, rebote, etc... Todo quedo en nada.

 
JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI

MARC GASOL  N.48 (tan solo dos mas abajo!!)

MARCO BELINELLI 2007


MARCO BELINELLI
 

 
LA ELECCION DE PRIMERA RONDA

 
28 Junio, 2007: Elegido por GSW en 1R en el puesto N.18

29 Julio, 2009: Traspasado a los Toronto Raptors por Devean George.

WARRIORS STORY
 
Que lejos queda la Summer League de Las Vegas 2007 donde un imberbe Belinelli promediaba más de 22 puntos por partido, llegando a anotar 37 puntos en un encuentro para luego disputar dos temporadas con los Warriors donde las lesiones marcaron su carrera. Jugo 75 partidos, 1123 minutos (14.9), 467 puntos (6.2), 85 rebotes (1.1) y un 39% en triples.

Máxima anotación: 27 puntos

Mejor partido: 27 puntos, 6 asistencias, 3 rebotes v Atlanta (19/12/2008)

 

CONCLUSION

 Ha pasado por Raptors, Nola y ahora Chicago. Parecía que empezaba a despuntar con varias temporadas por encima de los 10 puntos siendo titular en los Hornets pero poco mas pinta en la rotación de los Bulls en estos momentos. Vuelta  a Europa para 2013?


JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI

WILSON CHANDLER N.22

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

KOSTA PEROVIC 2006


KOSTA PEROVIC

 

LA ELECCION DE SEGUNDA RONDA

 

 

WARRIORS STORY

 

28 Junio, 2006: Elegido por GSW en 2R con el numero 36.

 

Llego a los Warriors para la temporada 2007/08 con apenas 22 anhos cumplidos y una esperanza de pivot para el futuro, en la línea de Biedrins con sus 2.17cm. Su inmadurez deportiva, su falta de musculo y la incapacidad de adaptarse dieron le llevaron a jugar en la D-League (21 partidos con 9.4 puntos y 7.1 rebotes) para luego ser llamado de vuelta y jugar solamente siete partidos con GSW. Siete encuentros con 38 minutos jugados, 10 puntos y 13 rebotes en total. Solo duraría esa temporada en la nba.

 

CONCLUSION

 

Nunca cumplio las expectativas con las que fue drafteado. Despues de su paso sin pena ni gloria por la nba recalo en la liga acb donde ya ha jugado para Valencia, Barcelona y Unicaja. En la eterna búsqueda de un pivot para la franquicia se fracaso como siempre.

 

JUGADORES ELEGIDOS A POSTERIORI

 

PAUL MILLSAP  N.47