Eurobasket Team just released a new mobile app "Basketball Transactions". It's available on Android and iOS. Click on the proper icon to download it or search for "Basketball Transactions" or "Eurobasket Transactions" on Google Play or Apple Store. The "Basketball Transactions" is a FREE app, and is the only mobile app reporting on ALL transactions, which happen in basketball leagues around the world. You can browse them by continent or country. Enjoy !!! The app is one of many improveme... [read more]
Eurobasket Team just released a new mobile app "Basketball Transactions". It's available on Android and iOS. Click on the proper icon to download it or search for "Basketball Transactions" or "Eurobasket Transactions" on Google Play or Apple Store. The "Basketball Transactions" is a FREE app, and is the only mobile app reporting on ALL transactions, which happen in basketball leagues around the world. You can browse them by continent or country. Enjoy !!! The app is one of many improvements Eurobasket is implementing. We do work constantly on improving the user experience. Actually the most of additions are not even reported as there are too many of them to inform the users. One of the latest additions in Make-It-Pro for the coaches. It's a continuation of a successful Make-It-Pro service we have for the players. But this time we expanded it to the coaches. Another BIG improvement will be switching to a new more modern design. However switching more than 10,000 pages takes quite a lot of time and can be challenging to have it done quickly enough. But it will be finished in upcoming months. We are constantly trying to meet customers expectations adding new interesting features. That allows us to keep the leading position in world of basketball coverage. So stay tuned ...
Finally after few months of preparation we launched the new project at Eurobasket - media guide (preview) for every single game of every league we cover. Have you ever try to go to the game, but before the game itself, you wanted to collect all data about the teams and players? Not every team has proper (or any) media guide available at the arena. So have you tried to prepare it yourself? I did, many times, and each time it took me up to 1 hour to collect everything I wanted. Maybe I... [read more]
Finally after few months of preparation we launched the new project at Eurobasket - media guide (preview) for every single game of every league we cover. Have you ever try to go to the game, but before the game itself, you wanted to collect all data about the teams and players? Not every team has proper (or any) media guide available at the arena. So have you tried to prepare it yourself? I did, many times, and each time it took me up to 1 hour to collect everything I wanted. Maybe I was too demanding, but I needed info about each player, about their stats, career, as well as all data about both teams, comparing them, their stats, etc. And here after talking to some people involved in basketball we figured that they do have the same demand. So finally we found the solution for that time-consuming work and put together the media guide expanding it to all leagues/teams we cover. You can notice a small PDF icon next to each upcoming game. By clicking on it you can get to the media guide part. You can choose getting the media guide for just one game ($5) or 5 games ($3.66 per game). So it does not matter if you are a fan, a team or a journalist, that's all what you need to get detailed info about both teams and all the players. Enjoy !!!
What Tim Duncan (211-F/C-76, college: Wake Forest), Tony Parker (188-PG-82) and Emanuel Ginobili (198-G-77, agency: Interperformances) have in common? It's not that they just won NBA title. All of them were born outside of the U.S. There is no better proof that basketball become a global game. Eight players from NBA championship team were born outside of the U.S. The tendency is that while searching for top prospects for NCAA and NBA, the scouts need to look also overseas. And what would... [read more]
What Tim Duncan (211-F/C-76, college: Wake Forest), Tony Parker (188-PG-82) and Emanuel Ginobili (198-G-77, agency: Interperformances) have in common? It's not that they just won NBA title. All of them were born outside of the U.S. There is no better proof that basketball become a global game. Eight players from NBA championship team were born outside of the U.S. The tendency is that while searching for top prospects for NCAA and NBA, the scouts need to look also overseas. And what would be better source that getting that information from the biggest basketball database in the World, which is run by Eurobasket? U.S. college is already well covered and there are numerous sources which try to rank the best talents playing currently at that level in the States. But what about outside of the NCAA and the U.S.? And here is the part which Eurobasket team has the most of expertise. We just opened a new section: Top Prospects. We track down all top talents from around the world, but who are not currently in the NCAA. For the very first time there is an on-line source where you can track top 100 youngsters in 5 different age categories. As starting 2014 year, we do it for players born 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 and 1998. We track every single national team event for the youngsters, international and domestic championships for juniors and cadets, any camp for the prospects, etc. We try to track them down to every corner of the globe wherever basketball is being played. The list is updated practically every week. It's run by a team of basketball experts, who do all brain-storming, scouting and information searching to put together the best possible list of top youngsters. Just few weeks ago we started NBA Mock Draft 2014, 2015 and even 2016. So the only missing item to that scouting package was lists of top prospects around the world. We hope you will enjoy it. You can find them on: Top Prospects 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 and 1998.
Marek is the Eurobasket project manager since it's creation in 1997. He comes from Poland and in mid-90s moved to Canada. Back in Poland he played basketball for 2nd a3rd division teams SKK Siedlce, Rozwoj Katowice and University of Lodz. During his university years (Information Technology dagree) Marek started writing for various Polish basketball magazines. After moving to Canada a combination of programming skills, passion for basketball and new-born internet allowed him to start Eurobasket. "I am lucky to manage Eurobasket and work with a group of very devoted and passionate people. Not everyone has a chance to turn his/her profession into a real job."
Eurobasket.com with related web sites (usbasket.com,
latinbasket.com, asia-basket.com, afrobasket.com, and australiabasket.com)
is No# 1 web site about global basketball having the widest
basketball coverage from over
196 countries worldwide and in total
The site was opened in March 1997. Now the site is a
248 people from different countries, who provide information
about all pro and semi-pro basketball around the World. Currently we cover basketball on
all continents around the world, in all pro basketball leagues,
semi-pro and many amateur leagues. We try to track all players and current news.
The database has over
430,000 profiles of coaches and players with over
96,500 photos. Our pages
are updated daily. EuroBasket is the only web site providing such wide range
of information about global basketball. Since we started in 1997, we have
grown to be most popular web site about international basketball with traffic
comparable only to NBA.com. Eurobasket owns other similar web sites:
usbasket.com, latinbasket.com, asia-basket.com, australiabasket.com and
afrobasket.com, which make complete net of web sites covering all-global
basketball. In 2010 we become a part of Sports I.T. Solutions, a Hong Kong IT company. We do our best to make EuroBasket as informative as possible. So
please enjoy our site.
Grzegorz "Greg" hails from Pulawy, a little town in
Eastern Poland. After high school he moved to Warsaw to
continue his studies at University of Life Sciences (SGGW),
which were completed in 2010. Currently, Greg pursuing his
Master's Degree at Warsaw School of Economics (SGH).
When Eurobasket.com decided to move the office to Warsaw,
Poland in 2010, Greg had a chance to join the No 1 website
about global basketball. He brings hard work, expertise and
dedication to the team. In a short period of time Greg
became a significant part for managing the website.
The journey of basketball for Greg has started off in the
second grade when he picked up the basketball for the first
time. Since then, he has been involved into the sport by
playing at different levels from junior to senior. Right now
he enjoys playing with friends at a local league where you
can see former professional players.
Greg is in charge of managing a website.
Igor is the newest and youngest addition to Eurobasket group. He was born on August 5th 1989 in Pancevo (15km from Belgrade).
Played basketball in elementary and high school, but stopped because of injury. Love for basketball remains so he continues playing recreationally.
In February 2013 started cooperating with Eurobasket as a correspondent and few months later was promoted to a full-time position.
Igor is a big fan of basketball and football, and of course a big fan of ...Crvena Zvezda.
Kate is Marek's wife and joined Eurobasket in 2005. She
takes care of the financial side of the project, manages
accounts for all customers and processes daily reports.
Marek about Kate: "She is probably the only person at
Eurobasket who we do not have backup for. It's scary..."
Dhruv joined Sports IT in 2013. He comes from India.
Loves to watch movies and play cricket. He also likes spending time with his friends.
Chetan is a member of the Eurobasket family since
2013. "I am from India, having expertise in classic ASP, and ASP.Net. Programming is not just my job, but also my hobby.
Other than programming I am passionate about cricket and bollywood movies. I like meeting with my the friends, visiting vaious places and experiencing different cultures.
I hold MCA degree. Beside programming I know SEO. I am glad to be part of Eurobasket."
He joined Eurobasket in 2013. He is from Hyderabad, India. He did his Bachelors in Information Technology.
He has 7 years of experience in programming. He worked previously in Telecom domain.
Technologies: Classic asp, VB, SQL Server and Oracle.
His hobbies are watching cricket and being with family & friends!
Dustin Simcox serves as Chief Executive Officer, President, and lead Agent certified to represent players in the NBA, WNBA, and FIBA internationally. He is the youngest person to ever hold licenses in all three professional basketball venues and has been recognized as a top 5 agent internationally in consecutive seasons. On October 27th, 2015 (at age 26) he was named Director of the Eurobasket Summer League (ESL) by Eurobasket manager Marek Wojtera. ESL has been one of the most prestigious summer camps over the last decade. He was born and raised in Akron, OH and played basketball collegiately at Rio Hondo College (RHC) and Hawaii Pacific University (HPU). He graduated from RHC with an AA in Business Administration, a BSBA in Management from HPU, and a BSBA in Marketing from HPU. As a junior at HPU he was selected President of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) which is a NCAA sanctioned committee formed to give a voice to all student athletes and allow them to be represented equally around the country. He was later elected as Executive Chair of the Pac West Conference overlooking all 10 member institutions. Dustin has proven to be at an elite status at managing and marketing athletes to the best of their abilities.
Responsible for all aspects of product marketing including increasing consumer awareness of offered services, creating informational pamphlets and brochures, and delivering presentations regarding the products.
...and many other,
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