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Saturday, January 30, 2010

CB Granada signs for a month Ermin Jazvin

Bosnian center Ermin Jazvan will play his first game with his new team, CB Granada, tomorrow at home against Xacobeo Blu:Sens. Spanish team signed Jazvin for a month contract, with a chance to stay for the rest of the season. Former Maroussi and Spartak Vladivostok passed a try out this week

SOURCE: ACB


Angelico Biella signs former NBA player Guillermo Diaz

Italian team Angelico Biella add Guillermo Díaz. The 28-year-old Puerto Rican guard, also known as "Superman" because of his leaping ability, finished last season in Caserta. Díaz was selected in 2005 NBA draft by Los Angeles Clippers, playing with the Californian franchise 6 games during 2008-09 season. He will replace also former NBA player Fred Jones, currently injured.

SOURCE: Pallacanestro Biella


Golden State Warriors will sign Coby Karl for a 10-day contract to replace Cartier Martin

Despite of the good performances of forward Cartier Martin, Golden State Warriors will release him after the ending of his second 10-day contract. According to the NBA rules, Warriors should sign Martin to a guarantee contract until the end of the season, but that would mean to waive another player. The replacement for Martin with a temporary contract will be Coby Karl, currently playing for the D-League team Idaho Stampede

SOURCE: ESPN


Ayuda en Acción Fuenlabrada signs Salva Guardia

Salva Guardia is officially back to Fuenlabrada. After being released from Bilbao Basket, Fuenlabrada signed Guardia for this season and the next one. 35-year-old center is the player with more games played in ACB for Fuenlabrada (from 1996 to 2001 and from 2003 to 2008), and also the top rebounder and blocker.

SOURCE: ACB


Celtics recall J.R. Giddens from D-League

Boston Celtics recall J.R. Giddens after being assigned to D-League Maine Red Claws for 8 days. Giddens will be back to Celtics roster, wher he appeared in 21 games, averaging 1.1 points in 4.7 minutes, while in 4 games with the Red Claw he averaged 18.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 31.8 minutes.

SOURCE: Insidehoops


More Ukrainian movements: Steve Burtt joins Ferro-ZNTU, and BC Odessa signs Ron Clark

American guard Steve Burtt, former top scorer in the Israel Super League, is the new player of Ukrainian team Ferro-ZNTU. The 25-year-old player started the season in Pizza Express Apollon, on in Cyprus.

Also BC Odessa is trying to improve the roster adding American guard Ronald Clark, who started the season in Poland, playing for Energa Czerni.

SOURCES: Eurobasket, Eurobasket


Brian Brown leaves TBB Trier, Drew Neitzel is his replacement

American player Brian Brown leaves German team TBB Trier due to personal reasons, and flew back to the United States. His replacement until the end of the season is Drew Neitzel, who started the season with French team Chalon Saone before being waived. 24-year-old guard is uncertain to play next game against Bremerhaven, also with a new recent signing

SOURCES: TBB Trier, TBB Trier


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