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Thursday, April 22, 2010

Sutor Montegranaro loans Kristof Ongenaet to Belgacom Liege

Sutor Montegranaro has loaned Kristof Onganaet to Belgacom Liège. The almost 25-year-old Belgian forward will be back to his homecountry for the rest of the season, after playing just 4 games this season in the Lega A. Onganaet arrived last summer to Montegranaro after two years in the Syracuse college.

SOURCE: Belgacom Liège

Hapoel Jerusalem could hire Arik Shivek to replace Guy Goodes

Arik Shivek, the new head coach of the Israeli NT, won't continue with his current team, Dexia Mons, next season. Aware of this, Hapoel Jerusalem could be interested in hiring Shivek to replace Guy Goodes next season. The former player arrived to the Hapoel bench in 2008, and his team is now placed 5th in the Super League with 13 wins in 21 games.

SOURCE: Basketnet

Politekhnika Halychyna hires Vladimir Polyakh to replace Mihailo Uvalin

Vladimir Polyakh is the new head coach of Politekhnika Halychyna. The Ukrainian team has decided to replace Mihailo Uvalin with the current U20 Men NT coach, who has also coached MBC Mykolaiv. Politekhnika Halychyna has finished 11th in the Ukrainian Super League, far from the playoffs.

SOURCE: Politekhnika Halychyna

Maccabi Tel Aviv denies any agreement with Sarunas Jasikevicius

Maccabi Tel Aviv has slammed the informations about the arrival of Sarunas Jasikevicius next season. The Lithuanian guard was reported to be interested in signing for his former team next season, but the current Panathinaikos player is not on the radar of Maccabi, due to his age, his physical condition and his elevated salary.


Coach Porfi Fisac could leave Blancos de Rueda Valladolid next season

The head coach of Blancos de Rueda Valladolid, Porfi Fisac, have announced that is an option not to continue in the Spanish team next season. Fisac admitted it's difficult his continuity. The 45-year-old coach is in charge of Valladolid since 2008, and led Valladolid to the promotion to the ACB league last season.

SOURCE: Piratas del Basket

Canadian Solar Bolognia wants a guard: Jamont Gordon, Milos Vujanic and Keith McLeod are on the radar

Canadian Solar Bologna will have to sign a new guard after the injury of Petteri Koponen. The Finnish player is out for the rest of the season, and the Virtus is looking for a replacement. The candidates are Milos Vujanic (playing for the recently relegated Spanish team CB Murcia), Jamont Gordon (now in Cibona) and Keith McLeod (who has just finished the D-League season with the Albuquerque Thunderbirds)

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Nicolò Melli will leave Reggio Emilia to play in the Lega A next season

One of the most promising Italian players, Nicolò Melli, has had to finish the season earlier than expected due to an injury. The 19-year-old guard, now playing for the LegaDue team Trenkwalder Reggio Emilia, has attracted the interest of the main Italian teams, and will likely play for one of them next year.

SOURCE: Il Resto del Carlino

Cajasol wants Txemi Urtasun and Mario Stojic for the next season

Cajasol wants to land two players from Meridiano Alicante for the next season. The Spanish guard Txemi Urtasun is one of them. The 26-years-old player is at the end of his expiring contract. The other one is Mario Stojic. The Croatian forward has another year of contract with Meridiano, but also a low exit clause that would allow Cajasol to signing him.

SOURCE: El Diario de Sevilla

James Life will play for Caciques de Humacao

James Life will play in Puerto Rico as soon his stint with the Macedonian team Feni Indistrija Kavadarci, where he's averaging 15.1 points and 2.8 rebounds in the domestic league. The American guard will join the Caciques de Humacao. At the same time, the Puerto Rico guard Dennis Clemente, who played last season with the Kansas State college, is unlikely to play for the Caciques this summer and will try to find a contract in the NBA.

SOURCE: BSN Puerto Rico