By Lefteris Moutis/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Cedevita Zagreb completed its roster by adding a familiar face. American Curtis Stinson (photo), a player who have been in the past in Croatia as a player of KK Split, in Greece for Aris and Kolossos and in Slovenia for Krka, will make his Euroleague debut next season as a member of the club from Zagreb.
And while an American guard found a place in Euroleague, an other may loose it. Taylor Rochestie who also has a Montenegrin passport and played for his adopted country in the Eurobasket 2013 qualifying round may be replaced in Spanish club Caja Laboral, according to reports from the local media. The problem seems to be a knee injury and that’s why Rochestie is under medical examination in order to determine the gravity of the situation.
One more player of Caja, Polish center Matiej Lampe was injured in his back, but he should be ready to play until the tip off of the season. Without him and Rochestie, Caja beat Chalon 70-63 and lost to Le Man 76-74 in the preparation tournament of Angers, France.