Eurobasket 2022 It is the first continental appointment after the 2017 edition, when Goran Draghi from Slovenia and the very young Luka Doncic He surprised the old continent. for the competition September There will be many powerful names in the NBA.
Top-tier stars, star talents, veterans of the armed forces, former MVPs of European tournaments… The Eurobasket is always a very interesting event. It’s a beautiful game, and one that brings ever-greater physical and domain conditions.
Find sports news Who are the NBA stars playing in the next Eurobasket 2022?. In addition, you can evaluate which players are missing.
Nikola, Jokic, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Luka Doncic, to Eurobasket
The three best NBA players have confirmed their presence at the next EuroBasket 2022. Nikola Jokic, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Luka Doncic will be references for Serbia, Greece and Slovenia. Looking for medals.
Jokic and Giannis have accumulated the last four NBA MVP trophies, among other accolades, and Doncic was the last EuroBasket Champion. All three are at the top of this sport. in fact, In the 2021-2022 season, Luka, Jokic and Gianni were selected as the best quintet. (All-NBA)
As expected, the three met on LeBron’s All-Star team in 2021. They also shared the rotation with two other European stars. Rudy Gobert and Domantas Sabinis.
Which NBA stars will play Eurobasket 2022?
of Eurobasket 2022 offers a large number of NBA players. The most popular ones are:
- Luka Doncic (Slovenia)
- Goran Draghi (Slovenia)
- Juancho Hernangomez (Spain)
- Willy Hernangomez (Spain)
- Nikola Jokic (Serbia)
- Dennis Schröder (Germany)
- Franz Wagner (Germany)
- Giannis Antetokounmpo (Greece)
- Lauri Markkanen (Finland)
- Rudy Gobert (France)
- Ivan Fournier (France)
- Alperen Sengun (Turkey)
- Domantas Sabinis (Lithuania)
- Jonas Valančinas (Lithuania)
- Bojan Bogdanovic (Croatia)
- Jusuf Nurkic (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Complete table with all NBA players for Eurobasket 2022:
|Luka Doncic||Slovenia||Dallas Mavericks|
|Goran Draghi||Slovenia||Chicago Bulls|
|Vlatko Cancar||Slovenia||Denver Nuggets|
|Nikola Jockic||Serbian||Denver Nuggets|
|Juancho Hernangomez||Spain||Utah Jazz|
|Willy Hernagomez||Spain||New Orleans Pelicans|
|Usman Garuba||Spain||Houston Rockets|
|Dennis Schroeder||Germany||Free agent|
|Daniel Theis||Germany||Boston Celtics|
|Franz Wagner||Germany||Orlando Magic|
|Simon Fontecchio||Italy||Utah Jazz|
|Giannis Antetokounmpo||Greece||Milwaukee Dollar|
|Thanasis Antetokounmpo||Greece||Milwaukee Dollar|
|Lauri Markkanen||Finland||Cleveland Cavaliers|
|Rudy Gobert.||France||Minnesota Timberwolves|
|Theo Maldon.||France||Oklahoma City Thunder|
|Timothy Luau Kabarot.||France||Atlanta Hawks|
|Ivan Fournier||France||New York Knicks|
|Sidi Usman||Turkey||Cleveland Cavaliers|
|Alperen Sengun||Turkey||Houston Rockets|
|Furkan Korkmaz||Turkey||Philadelphia 76ers|
|Alex Lane||Ukraine||Sacramento Kings|
|Svi Mykhailiuk||Ukraine||Toronto Raptors|
|Domantas Sabinis||Lithuania||Sacramento Kings|
|Jonas Valanciunas||Lithuania||New Orleans Pelicans|
|Bojan Bogdanovic||Croatia||Utah Jazz|
|Ivica Zubac||Croatia||LA Clippers|
|Darius Saric||Croatia||Phoenix Sun|
|Yusuf Nurkic||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Portland Trail Blazers|
|Devi Avdija||Israel||Washington Wizards|
|Goga Bitaze||Georgia||Indiana Packers|
|Sandro Mamukelashvili||Georgia||Milwaukee Dollar|
|Vit Krejci||Czech Republic||Oklahoma City Thunder|
Which NBA players will miss EuroBasket 2022?
EuroBasket 2022 suffered significant damage, although less than the previous edition or the 2019 World Cup:
|Player||Country||Tools||Lack of reason|
|Bogdan Bogdanovich||Serbian||Atlanta Hawks||Damage|
|Ricky Rubio||Spain||Cleveland Cavaliers||Damage|
|Danilo Gallinari||Italy||Boston Celtics||Damage|
|Enes Kanter||Turkey||Free agent||Ideological conflict|
|Nicholas Batum||France||LA Clippers||Personal decision|
|Boban Marjanovic||Serbian||Houston Rockets||The coach’s decision|
|Nikola Vuccic||Montenegro||Chicago Bulls||Personal decision|
* Classification according to the position of your team in the final Eurobasket (2017).
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