NBA Players Overseas News
After becoming known as one of the more efficient rebounders in the NBA D-League, Marvin Phillips ventured to Canada this past season to take the NBL by storm. He succeeded, with his efforts highlighted by multiple honors and a league championship.
At 19-years old, Dennis Schroeder is the most promising young talent coming out of Germany and will be on display at the Nike Hoop Summit. But his mercurial pro point guard also has NBA dreams, not only for him but his late Father and his family.
Henry Sims has risen up as one of the top talents the NBA D-League has seen all season long. With the BayHawks fighting for a playoff spot, he has left town and will play overseas the rest of the season.
From 9th overall pick in 2006 by the Golden State Warriors to a forgotten big man overseas, Patrick O'Bryant signed this week in Puerto Rico. Where does he go from here?
Xavier Silas has decided to sign in France during the NBA lockout after originally planning to sign with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Renaldo Balkman found his passport.
Benetton Treviso is having Brian Scalabrine tryout, adding to a team that already employs Jeff Adrien and E'Twaun Moore.
Oleksiy Pecherov, Latavious Williams and Alonzo Gee are three of the more notable fringe NBA players to sign in Europe on Tuesday due to the NBA lockout.