55 International players applied for early entry into the 2018 NBA draft

2018-04-24T23:37:26+00:00 2018-04-24T23:56:26+00:00.

Aris Barkas

24/Apr/18 23:37

Eurohoops.net

The NBA announced today that 236 players – 181 players from colleges and post-graduate institutions and 55 international players – have filed as early entry candidates for the 2018 NBA Draft.

By Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net

Players wishing to enter the 2018 NBA Draft were required to submit a letter to the NBA to be received no later than Sunday, April 22.

Players who have applied for early entry have the right to withdraw their names from consideration for the Draft by notifying the NBA of their decision in writing no later than 5 p.m. ET on Monday, June 11. Here are is Eurohoops list of 10 European players who are considered candidates to be picked(note: while Kostas Antetokounmpo and Mo Wagner are Europeans, they are not considered international players, because they played college basketball).

The following is the list of international players who have applied for early entry into the 2018 NBA draft. Of course, many of those 55 players are expected to withdraw their names.

Player

Team/Country of Team

Height

Status

Berke Atar Bandirma Kirmizi (Turkey) 6-11 1999 DOB
LiAngelo Ball UCLA/Vytautas(Lithuania) 6-5 1998 DOB
Romaric Belemene Oviedo (Spain) 6-9 1997 DOB
Laurynas Beliauskas Neptunas (Lithuania) 6-4 1997 DOB
Rihards Berzins Liepaja (Latvia) 6-11 1997 DOB
Laurynas Birutis Siauliai (Lithuania) 7-0 1997 DOB
Goga Bitadze Mega Bemax (Serbia) 6-11 1999 DOB
Isaac Bonga Fraport Skyliners (Germany) 6-9 1999 DOB
Etienne Ca Chalon (France) 6-11 1997 DOB
Sigfredo Casero-Ortiz GET Vosges (France) 6-1 1997 DOB
Emanuel Cate Prat (Spain) 6-9 1997 DOB
Vasileios Charalampopoulos PAOK (Greece) 6-9 1997 DOB
Luka Doncic Real Madrid (Spain) 6-7 1999 DOB
Yago Dos Santos Paulistano (Brazil) 5-10 1999 DOB
Berkan Durmaz Tofas (Turkey) 6-9 1997 DOB
Aleksander Dziewa Slask Wroclaw (Poland) 6-9 1997 DOB
Martynas Echodas Lietuvos Rytas (Lithuania)

6-9

1997 DOB

Ibrahima Faye Poitiers (France) 6-10 1997 DOB
Gabriel Galvanini Bauru (Brazil) 6-8 1998 DOB
Stephane Gombauld Lille Metropole (France) 6-9 1997 DOB
Melvyn Govindy Cholet (France) 7-0 1997 DOB
Yoan Granvorka Monthey (Switzerland) 6-7 1997 DOB
Tryggvi Hlinason Valencia (Spain) 7-1 1997 DOB
Karim Jallow Bayern Munich (Germany) 6-7 1997 DOB
Matas Jogela Zalgiris II (Lithuania) 6-6 1998 DOB
Georgios Kalaitzakis Panathinaikos (Greece) 6-6 1999 DOB
Michal Kolenda Trefl Sopot (Poland) 6-7 1997 DOB
Antonios Koniaris PAOK (Greece) 6-4 1997 DOB
Leon Kratzer Wuerzburg (Germany) 6-11 1997 DOB
Arnoldas Kulboka Capo d’Orlando (Italy) 6-10 1998 DOB
Rodions Kurucs Barcelona (Spain) 6-9 1998 DOB
Xabier Lopez-Arostegui Joventut Badalona (Spain) 6-6 1997 DOB
Matur Maker CIBA (Canada) 6-11 1998 DOB
Vanja Marinkovic Partizan (Serbia) 6-6 1997 DOB
William McDowell-White Baunach (Germany)

6-5

1998 DOB
Blaz Mesicek Brindisi (Italy) 6-6 1997 DOB
Adam Mokoka Gravelines (France) 6-4 1998 DOB
Shekinah Munanga Monaco (France) 6-7 1997 DOB
Dzanan Musa Cedevita (Croatia) 6-8 1999 DOB
Muhaymin Mustafa Anadolu Efes (Turkey) 6-5 1999 DOB
Williams Narace Nancy (France) 6-8 1997 DOB
Amine Noua ASVEL (France) 6-8 1997 DOB
Elie Okobo Pau Orthez (France) 6-2 1997 DOB
Viny Okouo Unicaja (Spain) 7-1 1997 DOB
Louis Olinde Brose Baskets (Germany)

6-9

1998 DO

Erxhan Osmani Bandirma Kirmizi (Turkey) 6-9 1998 DOB
Jean-Marc Pansa Nanterre (France) 6-10 1997 DOB
Darel Poirier Charleville (France) 6-9 1997 DOB
Marcel Ponitka Asseco (Poland) 6-5 1997 DOB
Issuf Sanon Olimpija (Slovenia) 6-3 1999 DOB
Tadas Sedekerskis Nevezis (Lithuania) 6-8 1998 DOB
Leonardo Tote Verona (Italy) 6-10 1997 DOB
Michael Uchendu Bauru (Brazil) 6-9 1998 DOB
Martynas Varnas Pieno Zvaigzdes (Lithuania) 6-5 1997 DOB
Filip Zagrajski Beli Manastir (Croatia) 6-4 1997 DOB

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