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Do we have rosters yet?
 
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Grand Rapids, Michigan
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Can't wait to see Feliz again.

Will be interesting to see who LaTulip gets to play this year. edit: asked and answered.

Daum was great last year. Could have easily played and excelled for an elite D1 team. If Coleman can become a Daum-light type, that would be pretty good.
 
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New York
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If this is the roster, I'm jacked!!

Someone else says the rosters aren't out yet. #HoPTBT21
Appears that was last years roster. Haven’t seen any announcements for this year’s online. Would be great if that’s the group we roll with again (although I’d love to get BP3 and there are a few other guys I’d be happy to add)
 
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Baltimore, MD
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Anyone realize how good Feliz is playing over in Spain for CB Prat? I don't know how good the competition is in the Spanish LEB Silver league, but he's averaging about 19 PPG, 4 RPG, 3 APG, shooting over 50% from 3 and was their leading scorer in 6 of their last 7 games.

Glad to see he's putting up such good numbers! Hopefully that earns him a bigger paycheck in a higher level league next year.
 
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Baltimore, MD
Glad to see he's putting up such good numbers! Hopefully that earns him a bigger paycheck in a higher level league next year.
That's what I was thinking, if he qualified (he's only played 9 games of 26, maybe he recently signed?), he would be the scoring leader in the entire league, which has 28 teams. Have to think he would get a shot at the LEB Gold league or another higher level league. It looked like Daum also plays in Spain, but he plays in a higher league where Melo Trimble is leading scoring for the league.

Edit - time expired to edit my previous post - LEB Silver is LEB Oro, which is the second highest level in Spain. Daum and Melo Trimble play in the Spanish ACB league, which is the top Spanish league. I would expect Feliz to be there next year.
 
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That's what I was thinking, if he qualified (he's only played 9 games of 26, maybe he recently signed?), he would be the scoring leader in the entire league, which has 28 teams. Have to think he would get a shot at the LEB Gold league or another higher level league. It looked like Daum also plays in Spain, but he plays in a higher league where Melo Trimble is leading scoring for the league.

Edit - time expired to edit my previous post - LEB Silver is LEB Oro, which is the second highest level in Spain. Daum and Melo Trimble play in the Spanish ACB league, which is the top Spanish league. I would expect Feliz to be there next year.
Spanish ACB is a very good league. Here's a list Fran Fraschilla put together of the top leagues outside the NBA from 2017.


Spanish ACB is essentially the top league (he has Euroleague as the top, but like the Champion's League that pulls teams from other European leagues based on their domestic league performance). Lot of other good ones he can end up at too. Turkish League is next on the list and I know a bunch of former Illini have made stops there in the past. Wouldn't be surprised if he wants to stay in Spain for language reasons, but he could have offers from all over. These guys that end up over in Europe do seem to bounce all over the continent.
 
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That's what I was thinking, if he qualified (he's only played 9 games of 26, maybe he recently signed?), he would be the scoring leader in the entire league, which has 28 teams. Have to think he would get a shot at the LEB Gold league or another higher level league. It looked like Daum also plays in Spain, but he plays in a higher league where Melo Trimble is leading scoring for the league.

Edit - time expired to edit my previous post - LEB Silver is LEB Oro, which is the second highest level in Spain. Daum and Melo Trimble play in the Spanish ACB league, which is the top Spanish league. I would expect Feliz to be there next year.
I think CB Prat is in the playoff to be promoted to the top league.
 
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That's what I was thinking, if he qualified (he's only played 9 games of 26, maybe he recently signed?), he would be the scoring leader in the entire league, which has 28 teams. Have to think he would get a shot at the LEB Gold league or another higher level league. It looked like Daum also plays in Spain, but he plays in a higher league where Melo Trimble is leading scoring for the league.

Edit - time expired to edit my previous post - LEB Silver is LEB Oro, which is the second highest level in Spain. Daum and Melo Trimble play in the Spanish ACB league, which is the top Spanish league. I would expect Feliz to be there next year.
I think LEB Silver is the third highest league in Spain.

0) Spanish CUP (I think this is a subset of Spanish ACB)
1) Spanish ACB
2) Spanish LEB Gold (Feeder to Spanish ACB)
3) Spanish LEB Silver (Feeder to Spanish LEB Gold)

The ~6 Spanish CUP teams are good. After that there probably isn't another Spanish team in the EURO top 100 or even 200.
 
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I think LEB Silver is the third highest league in Spain.

0) Spanish CUP (I think this is a subset of Spanish ACB)
1) Spanish ACB
2) Spanish LEB Gold (Feeder to Spanish ACB)
3) Spanish LEB Silver (Feeder to Spanish LEB Gold)

The ~6 Spanish CUP teams are good. After that there probably isn't another Spanish team in the EURO top 100 or even 200.
Yes, Spanish Cup isn't a seaprate league, but an eight-team knockout-style tournament featuring the top seven teams in the ACB standings at the season's halfway point, along witih the host team.
 
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