From our friends at adidas:

adidas today announced the official player roster for adidas EUROCAMP, the most prestigious international pre-NBA Draft camp featuring top basketball players who will showcase their skills during the three-day event in Treviso, Italy June 8-10, 2013.

In its 11th year, adidas EUROCAMP provides a global stage for the top international prospects to practice, compete and interview with NBA teams and other professional leagues leading up to the NBA Draft.  Players will also attend clinics and learn from current and former NBA coaches and players including Flip Saunders (Minnesota Timberwolves), Kenneth Faried (Denver Nuggets), Serge Ibaka (Oklahoma City Thunder) and Omri Casspi (Cleveland Cavaliers).

“I’m thankful I’ve been successful in the league and looking back adidas EUROCAMP was a great chance for me to show my game and get recognized by NBA scouts and GMs,” said Serge Ibaka, Oklahoma City Thunder forward/center, 2012-13 NBA All-Defensive First Team member and 2008 adidas EUROCAMP participant.

More than 45 early entries and NBA Draft-eligible participants, including projected 2013 NBA Draft picks Rudy Gobert (France), Lucas Nogueira (Brazil) and Nemanja Nedovic (Serbia) will participate in adidas EUROCAMP 2013.  Former adidas EUROCAMP participants include 62 NBA Draft picks and including Danilo Gallinari, Nicolas Batum, Andrea Bargnani and Omer Asik.  23 former participants currently hold NBA contracts with 57 playing in Euroleague Basketball.  In 2012, seven adidas EUROCAMP players were selected during the NBA Draft including first-round pick Evan Fournier of France – the No. 20 overall selection by the Denver Nuggets.

Houston Rockets director of scouting and adidas EUROCAMP camp director Arturas Karnisovas, and Minnesota Timberwolves assistant coach and adidas EUROCAMP coaching director, Bill Bayno, return for their second year.  In addition, several NBA assistant coaches will join the adidas EUROCAMP coaching staff including Kenny Atkinson (Atlanta Hawks), Kelvin Sampson and Chris Finch (Houston Rockets), Armond Hill (Boston Celtics), Kaleb Canales (Dallas Mavericks), Melvin Hunt (Denver Nuggets), Eric Hughes (Toronto Raptors), Jim Boylen (Indiana Pacers) and Maz Trakh (Oklahoma City Thunder).  Also coaching will be Ilias Zouros (former Greece national team head coach) and Sarunas Marciulonis (Olympic gold medalist and former NBA player).

Teams also participating this year include the under-18 adidas USA Select, the under-20 men’s basketball national team from France and the under-19 men’s national team from Serbia.  For the first time, adidas EUROCAMP Next Generation, an elite program to enhance both on-court and life skills, joins the event and features the top under-16 European players.  Dimitris Itoudis (former Panathinaikos BC assistant coach and European professional basketball player) and Marcelo Nicola (former European professional basketball player) will attend as coaches for adidas EUROCAMP Next Generation.

adidas EUROCAMP will be held at La Ghirada Sports Complex “SportCity” in Treviso, Italy.

Player photos from adidas EUROCAMP will be posted each day and available for download at http://news.adidas.com/GLOBAL/PERFORMANCE/BASKETBALL. Follow the conversation at @adidasHoops with #adidaseurocamp.

 

2013 adidas EUROCAMP Early Entry and Draft Eligible Participants:

NAME
HEIGHT
POSITION
HOME COUNTRY
TEAM
Danilo Andjusic
6’5”
Shooting Guard
Serbia
Partizan
Ondrej Balvin
7’1”
Center
Czech Republic
Cajasol Seville
Janis Berzins
6’8”
Power Forward
Latvia
Valmiera
V’yacheslav Bobrov
6’7”
Small Forward
Ukraine
BC Kiev
Ryan Broekhoff
6’7”
Small Forward
Australia
Valparaiso – NCAA
Clint Capela
6’9”
Power Forward
Switzerland
Chalon
Aquille Carr
5’8”
Point Guard
United States
Princeton Day Academy
Vitalis Chikoko
6’10”
Power Forward
Zimbabwe
TBB Trier
Linos Chrysikopoulos
6’9”
Small Forward
Greece
Paok
Nemanja Dangubic
6’5”
Small Forward
Serbia
Mega Vizura
Daniel Diez
6’8”
Small Forward
Spain
Lagun Aro GBC
Bojan Dubljevic
6’10”
Power Forward
Montenegro
Valencia
Dante Exum
6’6”
Point Guard
Australia
AIS
Jaime Fernandez
6’2”
Shooting Guard
Spain
Asefa Estudiantes
Viktor Gaddefors
6’8”
Small Forward
Sweden
Virtus Bologna
Alessandro Gentile
6’7”
Small Forward
Italy
EA7 Milano
Rudy Gobert
7’2”
Center
France
Cholet
Guillermo Hernangomez
6’10”
Center
Spain
Real Madrid 2
Nikola Ivanovic
6’3”
Point Guard
Montenegro
Buducnost
Livio Jean Charles
6’9”
Small Forward
France
Asvel
Dmitry Kulagin
6’6”
Shooting Guard
Russia
Triumph
Mindaungas Kupsas
7’1”
Center
Lithuania
Lietkabetis
Louis Labeyrie
6’10”
Power Forward
France
Paris Levallois
Andrew Lawrence
6’1”
Point Guard
Great Britain
Charleston – NCAA
Augusto Lima
6’9”
Power Forward
Spain
Unicaja Malaga
Marko Lukovic
6’9”
Small Forward
Serbia
Mega Vizura
Oleksandr  Lypovyy
6’7”
Point Guard
Ukraine
BC Donetsk
Lucas Mariano
6’9”
Center
Brazil
Franca – Brazil
Nicolo Melli
6’9”
Power Forward
Italy
EA7 Milano
Vasilije Micic
6’5”
Point Guard
Serbia
Mega Vizura
Boubacar Moungoro
6’6”
Small Forward
Mali
IMG Academy
Nemanja Nedovic
6’3”
Point Guard
Serbia
Lietuvos Rytas
Raul Neto
6’1”
Point Guard
Brazil
Lagun Aro GBC
Lucas Nogueira
7’0”
Center
Brazil
Asefa Estudiantes
Jakub Parzenski
7’0”
Center
Poland
Virtus Bologna
Achille Polonara
6’7”
Power Forward
Italy
Varese
Klemen Prepelic
6’3”
Shooting Guard
Slovenia
Union Olimpija Lubljiana
Artem Pustovyi
7’1”
Center
Ukraine
Khimik
Nikola Radicevic
6’5”
Point Guard
Serbia
Cajasol Seville
Joan Sastre
6’7”
Small Forward
Spain
Cajasol Seville
Emir Sulejmanovic
6’9”
Power Forward
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Union Olimpija Ljubljana
Janis Timma
6’7”
Power Forward
Latvia
Ventspils
Vladislav Trushkin
6’7”
Power Forward
Russia
Spartak Vidnoye
Edgaras Ulanovas
6’6”
Small Forward
Lithuania
Pieno Zvaigzdes
Adin Vrabac
6’8”
Small Forward
Bosnia and Herzegovina
OKK Spars
Andrey Zubkov
6’9”
Small Forward
Russia
Lokomotiv Kuban