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Remaining Abroad

43 International Prospects Withdraw from 2018 NBA Draft

With the NBA Draft just over a week away, the list of eligible names is just about complete.

After word of all the American prospects who opted to return to school, the NBA has announced the international names who have chosen to remain abroad for the upcoming season, withdrawing from the 2018 NBA Draft. Luka Doncic, the most sought after international prospect is not one of the names to withdraw. Nevertheless, 43 other players have decided to return to their international teams for the 2018-19 campaign.

The Draft is set to take place on June 21 at the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn.

The list of international names to withdraw from the draft is as follows:

PLAYER                                              TEAM (COUNTRY*)

Berke Atar                                             Bandirma Kirmizi (Turkey)

Romaric Belemene                                 Oviedo (Spain)

Laurynas Beliauskas                              Neptunas (Lithuania)

Rihards Berzins                                     Liepaja (Latvia)

Laurynas Birutis                                    Siauliai (Lithuania)

Goga Bitadze                                         Mega Bemax (Serbia)

Etienne Ca                                             Chalon (France)

Sigfredo Casero-Ortiz                            GET Vosges (France)

Emanuel Cate                                        Prat (Spain)

Vasileios Charalampopoulos                   PAOK (Greece)

Yago Dos Santos                                   Paulistano (Brazil)

Berkan Durmaz                                      Tofas (Turkey)

Aleksander Dziewa                                Slask Wroclaw (Poland)

Martynas Echodas                                  Lietuvos Rytas (Lithuania)

Ibrahima Faye                                        Poitiers (France)

Gabriel Galvanini                                   Bauru (Brazil)

Stephane Gombauld                               Lille Metropole (France)

Melvyn Govindy                                    Cholet (France)

Yoan Granvorka                                    Monthey (Switzerland)

Karim Jallow                                         Bayern Munich (Germany)

Matas Jogela                                          Zalgiris II (Lithuania)

Georgios Kalaitzakis                              Panathinaikos (Greece)

Antonios Koniaris                                  PAOK (Greece)

Leon Kratzer                                         Wuerzburg (Germany)

Xabier Lopez-Arostegui                         Joventut Badalona (Spain)

Matur Maker                                          CIBA (Canada)

Vanja Marinkovic                                  Partizan (Serbia)

William McDowell-White                        Baunach (Germany)

Blaz Mesicek                                          Brindisi (Italy)

Adam Mokoka                                        Gravelines (France)

Shekinah Munanga                                  Monaco (France)

Muhaymin Mustafa                                 Anadolu Efes (Turkey)

Amine Noua                                            ASVEL (France)

Viny Okouo                                            Unicaja (Spain)

Louis Olinde                                           Brose Baskets (Germany)

Erxhan Osmani                                       Bandirma Kirmizi (Turkey)

Jean-Marc Pansa                                     Nanterre (France)

Darel Poirier                                            Charleville (France)

Marcel Ponitka                                        Asseco (Poland)

Tadas Sedekerskis                                   Nevezis (Lithuania)

Leonardo Tote                                         Verona (Italy)

Michael Uchendu                                    Bauru (Brazil)

Martynas Varnas                                     Pieno Zvaigzdes (Lithuania)

The Following is a list of international players slated to remain in the draft:

PLAYER                                              TEAM (COUNTRY*)

LiAngelo Ball                                        UCLA/Vytautas (Lithuania)

Isaac Bonga                                           Fraport Skyliners (Germany)

Luka Doncic                                          Real Madrid (Spain)

Tryggvi Hlinason                                   Valencia (Spain)

Michal Kolenda                                     Trefl Sopot (Poland)

Arnoldas Kulboka                                  Capo d’Orlando (Italy)

Rodions Kurucs                                     Barcelona (Spain)

Dzanan Musa                                         Cedevita (Croatia)

Williams Narace                                    Nancy (France)

Elie Okobo                                            Pau Orthez (France)

Issuf Sanon                                            Olimpija (Slovenia)

Filip Zagrajski                                        Beli Manastir (Croatia)

 

 

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