Enjoy future stars on adidas Eurocamp via SKWEEK

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Giannis Askounis

05/Jun/23 16:23


From 9 to 11 June, the 16th edition of adidas Eurocamp will feature 30 young upstarts preparing for the 2023 NBA draft

By Eurohoops Team/ info@eurohoops.net

The adidas Eurocamp from 9 to 11 June will be broadcast worldwide exclusively on SKWEEK.

The announcement was made on Monday.

Split into Eurocamp 1, Eurocamp 2, Team Asia, USA Select, Next Gen, and 3SSB Select, the 30 players selected and landing in Treviso will extend preparations ahead of the 2023 NBA draft.

The approaching NBA draft is scheduled to be held on 22 June.

Per the press release: “The adidas Eurocamp, the only NBA pre-draft camp outside the United States, is back in Treviso (Italy) from June 9 to 11. SKWEEK will exclusively offer viewers and basketball fans around the
world the opportunity to discover the future stars of world basketball.

The adidas Eurocamp is an official preparation camp for the NBA Draft and the only one established outside the United States. For three days, the best international players aged 18 to 22 will compete alongside current or former NBA players and coaches under the eyes of NBA and EuroLeague team personnel, coaches, scouts, and agents.

Over its 15 previous editions, adidas Eurocamp has produced more than 150 former and future NBA and EuroLeague players. Notable alumni include Goran Dragic (Chicago Bulls), Lu Dort (Oklahoma City Thunder) and Danilo Gallinari (Boston Celtics), as well as Bogdan Bogdanovic (Atlanta Hawks), Jusuf Nurkic (Portland Trail Blazers), Jaylen Brown (Boston Celtics), but also Frenchmen Evan Fournier (New York Knicks), Rudy Gobert (Minnesota Timberwolves), Guerschon Yabusele (Real Madrid) and Andrew Albicy (Gran Canaria). Currently, 41 adidas Eurocamp alumni hold contracts with NBA franchises and 71 play for EuroLeague teams.

For this 16th edition, the players will be coached by Bill Bayno, assistant coach of the Detroit Pistons and Gianluca Pascucci, adidas Eurocamp’s Scouting Director.

Tony Parker will also be on-site helping guide and mentor Eurocamp attendees. The NBA star and former San Antonio Spurs guard says “Eurocamp is such a special place for these kids. Starting in a European league myself, supporting this camp and being a part of their journey at this stage is really close to my heart.”

Among the 30 players selected, all eyes will be on the French player Nadir Hifi and the Portuguese player Ruben Prey.


The nine adidas Eurocamp games will be broadcast live and free to air on SKWEEK.TV and YouTube, with commentary in French and English. Alain Digbeu, the former French international and current consultant for the NBA and SKWEEK, will deliver his analysis from courtside.

With access to the locker rooms and training sessions, SKWEEK will reveal behind-the-scenes action and produce exclusive content for its live streaming platform and social media accounts.


SKWEEK will equip players with POV cameras to allow fans to experience the best action as if on the court themselves. In addition, a Steadicam will be present to record free throws and throw-ins. With these innovations, SKWEEK will offer a new immersive experience for its basketball fans.

Oleg Petrov, CEO of FEDCOM MEDIA & SKWEEK says:

“The adidas Eurocamp is part of our strategy to reveal tomorrow’s talent, enable scouts to identify new players and for fans to discover tomorrow’s stars before anyone else.”

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