NBA Players Who Play / Miss In Eurobasket 2017

During the FIBA Eurobasket tournament, fans will watch some of the best basketball players in the world. Many have experience in the NBA. Those who are no longer playing have their name presented in italics while others who have not made their debut have an asterisk * by their name.

CROATIA

Dragan Bender — Phoenix Suns
Bojan Bogdanovic — Indiana Pacers
Dario Saric — Philadelphia 76ers

CZECH REPUBLIC

Tomas Satoransky — Washington Wizards

FINLAND

Lauri Markkanen* — Chicago Bulls
Erik Murphy — Chicago Bulls (2013-14)

FRANCE

Nando De Colo — Toronto Raptors (2013-14)
Boris Diaw — Utah Jazz (2016-17)
Evan Fournier — Orlando Magic
Joffrey Lauvergne — San Antonio Spurs
Louis Labeyrie* — New York Knicks
Kevin Seraphin — Indiana Pacers (2016-17)
Axel Toupane — New Orleans Pelicans (2016-17)

GEORGIA

Zaza Pachulia — Golden State Warriors
Tornike Shengelia — Chicago Bulls (2013-14)

GERMANY

Dennis Schroder — Atlanta Hawks
Daniel Theis — Boston Celtics
Isaiah Hartenstein* — Houston Rockets

GREAT BRITAIN

Sacha Killeya-Jones* — 2018 NBA Draft prospect

GREECE

Dimitrios Agravanis* — Atlanta Hawks
Thanasis Antetokounmpo — New York Knicks (2015-16)
Nick Calathes — Memphis Grizzlies (2014-15)
Vassilis Charalampopoulos* — 2018 NBA Draft prospect
Georgios Papagiannis — Sacramento Kings
Kostas Papanikolaou — Denver Nuggets (2015-16)

HUNGARY

Adam Hanga* — San Antonio Spurs

ISRAEL

Omri Casspi — Golden State Warriors
Gal Mekel — New Orleans Pelicans (2014)

ITALY

Marco Belinelli — Atlanta Hawks
Luigi Datome — Boston Celtics (2014-15)

LATVIA

Davis Bertans — San Antonio Spurs
Kristaps Porzingis — New York Knicks
Janis Timma* — Orlando Magic

LITHUANIA

Arturas Gudaitis* — Sacramento Kings
Mindaugas Kuzminskas — New York Knicks
Donatas Motiejunas — New Orleans Pelicans (2017)
Jonas Valanciunas — Toronto Raptors

MONTENEGRO

Bojan Dubljevic* — Minnesota Timberwolves
Dino Radoncic* – 2018 NBA Draft prospect
Marko Todorovic* — Houston Rockets
Nikola Vucevic — Orlando Magic

ROMANIA

Emanuel Cate* – 2018 NBA Draft prospect

RUSSIA

Timofey Mozgov — Brooklyn Nets
Alexey Shved — New York Knicks (2014-15)

SERBIA

Bogdan Bogdanovic* — Sacramento Kings
Ognjen Kuzmic — Golden State Warriors (2014-15)
Milan Macvan* — Cleveland Cavaliers
Boban Marjanovic — Detroit Pistons
Vasilije Micic* — Philadelphia 76ers
Nemanja Nedovic — Golden State Warriors (2013-14)

SLOVENIA

Vlatko Cancar* — Denver Nuggets
Goran Dragic — Miami Heat
Luka Doncic* — 2018 NBA Draft Prospect
Anthony Randolph — Denver Nuggets (2013-14)

SPAIN

Alex Abrines — Oklahoma City Thunder
Marc Gasol — Memphis Grizzlies
Pau Gasol — San Antonio Spurs
Juancho Hernangomez — Denver Nuggets
Willy Hernangomez — New York Knicks
Sergio Rodriguez — Philadelphia 76ers (2016-17)
Ricky Rubio — Utah Jazz

TURKEY

Furkan Aldemir — Philadelphia 76ers (2014-15)
Furkan Korkmaz* — Philadelphia 76ers
Cedi Osman* — Cleveland Cavaliers

UKRAINE

Viacheslav Kravtsov — Phoenix Suns (2013-14)

The List Of NBA Players Who Missed Eurobasket 2017

Check out top 30 best European basketball players who missed Eurobasket 2017. Serbia without Milos Teodosic, Greece without Giannis Antetokounmpo, Spain without Serge Ibaka and Sergio Llull, France without Rudy Gobert, Italy without Danilo Gallinari and more.

Here is the list:

30. Lukas Lekavičius (Lithuania)
29. Miroslav Raduljica (Serbia)
28. Ivica Zubac (Croatia)
27. Nikola Milutinov (Serbia)
26. Ömer Aşık (Turkey)
25. Paul Zipser (Germany)
24. Felipe Reyes (Spain)
23. Kosta Koufos ((Greece)
22. Mario Hezonja (Croatia)
21. Matt Lojeski (Belgium)
20. Fabien Causeur (France)
19. Ian Mahinmi (France)
18. Domantas Sabonis (Lithuania)
17. Alex Len (Ukraine)
16. Ante Žižić (Croatia)
15. Rudy Fernández (Spain)
14. Nemanja Bjelica (Serbia)
13. Ersan İlyasova (Turkey)
12. Nikola Mirotić (Spain)
11. Jan Veselý (Czech Republic)
10. Luol Deng (Great Britain)
9. Marcin Gortat (Poland)
8. Serge Ibaka (Spain)
7. Nicolas Batum (France)
6. Sergio Llull (Spain)
5. Milos Teodosic (Serbia)
4. Nikola Jokić (Serbia)
3. Rudy Gobert (France)
2. Danilo Gallinari (Italy)
1. Giannis Antetokounmpo (Greece)