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    Quote Originally Posted by Toruko View Post
    Oh you meant all the European prospects also from the future? I just took the 2021 rookies into account.

    Kalaitzakis showed nowhere nothing and he doesnt have any game that could be taken seriously. Being 22 he is anxious, he cant see much and overexcited in all his doings and I forgot about Aldama, yeah you are right. He hasnt shown much so far but he is definitely more versatile than Yurt but Yurt was not meant to be taking part in the NBA in any way so he is slow and has some deficiencies but he is using his chances in a very difficult position fully and he is developing greatly. I remember our discussion and that you wrote he showed less than some Lithuanians and I am surprised about his season by myself. Working with Udonis Haslem lead to a great outcome. I dont see him in front of Dedmon but he is doing fine.
    I didn't see Yurt much, so what the hell.

    So how would you rank best Euro prospects overall?
    LTU NT will snatch Eurobasket 2029 title with this roster:

    Jokubaitis, Marciulionis, Laurencikas
    Indrusaitis, Brazdeikis, Rubstavicius
    Buzelis, Lelevicius
    Murauskas, Sirvydis
    Tubelis, Krivas

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    So how would you rank best Euro prospects overall?
    You are asking questions. This is an impossible job. Where should I start and where should I end. I could write some names who will probably land in the NBA but thats all.

    So lets collect some names.

    Serbia:
    2003
    Vukcevic (dont see much NBA upside but hell get drafted)
    Jovic (solid first round pick, shot is a question mark)
    2004
    Djurisic (solid first round pick, great shot creating abilities but too early)

    Lithuania
    2002
    Azuolas Tubelis (early to mid second round guy, looks like a good bench piece to me)
    2004
    maybe Murauskas in the second round but doesnt have fire in him and gets injured too often

    Spain
    2004
    Juan Nunez (second round guy, too early)
    I dont have a clue about later guys

    France just too many potential guys but
    2002
    Dieng
    Diabatte
    2004
    Wembanyama

    Germany
    2002
    Hukporti (in fact a very interesting guy, versatile but an injury prone and TO prone, steal potential)
    2007
    Declan Duru

    Russia
    2000
    NIKITA MIKHAILOVSKY?
    2006
    Egor Demin (next high prospect from russia)

    Greece
    2003
    Elefteros Mantzoukas (maybe)

    Turkey
    2003
    Adem Bona (solid first round pick, capable defender, limited offense)
    2004
    Berke Buyuktuncel (multiple position defender, great shooter, swing factor ability to create shots) Has no explosiveness or athleticism most likely a second round guy but should stay in Europe
    2006
    Demir Dogan (Shooting and awareness is a question mark right now but he is made for the NBA and will be a solid first rounder)

    Italy
    2002
    Paolo Banchero (star potential)
    2003
    Matteo Spagnolo


    The guys I like the most and trust them to have a good NBA carrier are
    Paolo Banchero
    Demir Dogan
    Egor Demin
    Declan Duru
    Ousmane Dieng
    Adem Bona
    Ariel Hukporti

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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight forward View Post
    Huge European talent, IMO, and will leave a mark into FIBA Euro ball history as well
    I've seen it coming. Franz already out there making a name for himself.
    LTU NT will snatch Eurobasket 2029 title with this roster:

    Jokubaitis, Marciulionis, Laurencikas
    Indrusaitis, Brazdeikis, Rubstavicius
    Buzelis, Lelevicius
    Murauskas, Sirvydis
    Tubelis, Krivas

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    One of rare players,whom I enjoy to watch. I remember him from Alba's season final of Eurocup, he was 17-18 years old, he looked talented player who has long road in the frount of himself. When he went on colelge, many thought including me it's not really good decision. From this point of view, probably was good. He now in 21, leads the his nt until medal or even to gold medal. Beside so much popularized by media Antetokounmpo, Jokic and Doncic, he came from second level nut nothing worse didn't play.

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