The Czech team BK JIP Pardubice is back in Europe, playing FIBA Europe Cup. It's the new challenge for young gun David Skranc to gain new experience and promote his name across Europe and he's started on a good note. After the first round he is the 2nd best Czech player of his team. Pardubice finished on the 2nd place and advanced to the 24 best teams. More
Pavel Pumprla returns to the Basketball Nymburk after four years abroad. Pumprla has won three titles with the NBL multi-champion. He left Basketball Nymburk after 2012/13 season to gain more experience in abroad. He spent three years in the starting line-up of Obradoiro in the Spanish Endesa League. Pumprla started last season in Belgium with the team of Spirou Charleroi to play the Eurocup, but in the middle of season he transferred back to Spain to help Estudiantes Madrid. More
Suriname native is a member of Dutch national team, studied in the USA (St. Bonaventure), played in Spain (CBA), Turkey (Istanbul DSI), Greece (Rethymno), Italy (CUS Torino)… It is new challenge for Charlon Kloof now. 191 cm tall guard will play in Macedonia and prepare for the way between basketball stars. More
David Jelinek returns back to the Spanish Endesa League after few years in other European Leagues. He will wear the jersey of MoraBanc Andorra in the 2016/17. David knows the ACB very well. He spent five years in Joventut Badalona and then more than one year in Vitoria. He's coming with more experience from Turkey, Russia and Poland. He got more playing time and built his confidence. More
Ondrej Balvin moved from Spain to Germany. The Czech center signed new contract with FC Bayern Munich. Balvin will play the German BBL and the EuroCup with his new team. He left Baloncesto Sevilla after six years. The last season was his best in his professional career, when he was one of the top rebounders of the whole league and averaged around two dunks per game. More
Michael Fusek will come back to Europe from the USA, where he's preparing for the NBA Draft. Michael heads directly to Italy, where he will train with other young prospects on the Adidas Eurocamp in Treviso. 221 centimeters tall Slovak center will attend the famous three-days event, which also produced big stars like Serge Ibaka, Nicolas Batum, Danilo Gallinari and many others. Tomas Satoransky and David Jelinek also participated at the event and left a great mark in the camp history! More
Jakub Sirina was voted as the MVP of the Kooperativa NBL regular season. Sirina was selected by captains, coaches and managers from all clubs playing the Czech NBL. Jakub led BK Opava to the 4th place before the play-offs and was the leader of most individual statistics. More
Patrik Auda transferred from Polish AZS Koszalin to Spanish ACB team ICL Manresa. Auda played in Poland since the 2014/15 season after he graduated from Seton Hall. He started his professional career in Polfarmex Kutno but moved to AZS Koszalin last summer.Auda averaged 14,4 points and 6,5 rebounds per game. Auda was the best player of AZS Koszalin with 15.3 average validity points. More
Ondrej Balvin was voted as the most improved player in the second half of the current season. Ondrej is the first player in the last 8 years who had 7 dunks in one game. More
David Jelinek is on fire! He scored 39 points, 8 rebounds and 10faul+ in the win against PGE Turow Zgorzelec. More
The point guard Tomas Satoransky played a key role during the Czech historical performance on Eurobasket 2015. Czechs has gained the 7th place and receive the spot in the qualifying tournament for the Olympics. The Czechs also proceed directly to Eurobasket 2017. More
Charlon Kloof shines in the Netherlandish national team jersey. He was one of the best scorers of the „Oranjes“ during the preparation time. He scored 7-times double figures in 12 games played and was on fire, especially in the last warm-up games against really tough teams in a tournament in Athens, Greece.More
Patrik Auda changes jersey and will play in AZS Koszalin next season. The Czech power forward signed a new contract thanks to his performance in the last season. In his first European season after returning from university Patrik booked 13,7 points and 4,3 rebounds per game in the Tauron League newcomer Polfarmex Kutno. More
Pavel Pumprla was voted the third best basketball player in the Czech Republic of the last season. More
Three our players represented Czech Republic on the first European Games in Baku. Kamil Svrdlik, Jan Tomanec and Roman Zachrla were members of Czech basketball 3x3 team. Event in Baku was another big step of basketball 3x3 to Olympic games and Czech players helped the new basketball discipline to fascinate IOC observers thanks their attractive game.
Czech team lost on the start game with home Azerbaijan with naturalized American player. Czech guys had to win another two games because of the pest starting position to play-off. They won games against Andorra and Switzerland and went to play-off from the second position.
Czechs faced in the eight-final European champions from Romania leaded by 3x3 basketball legend Angel Santana. It was really thriller game, which Czech team decided in overtime and gain quarter-final ticket. Best scorer of this match was Jan Tomanec with 10 points.
But in the second play-off round waited team of Russia. Czech team fought despite big deficit from the first minutes. There was big chance to beat favored team, when Czechs cut Russian leading, but one tactical failure gave Russia new energy and they ended the game before time limit by scoring 21 points. Czech leaders were Zachrla with 8 points and Tomanec with 7 points.
Tomanec and Zachrla were best Czech scorers on the tournament. Svrdlik fought in the paint, what was his excellent role in successful Czech team. Czechs showed, if they will more practice and play games in 3x3 basketball, the big medal might not be only dream. More
Tomas Satoransky will play his first Finals on Spanish Endesa League. The Czech point guard was one of FC Barcelona's key players during whole semifinal series against Unicaja Malaga. Barcelona was very close to Final after two home victories, but then lost both games in Malaga, and the semifinale series had to be decided in the game No. 5, which Barcelona won by 3 points. Satoransky retained his high standard of his performance during all five games and was voted to the best five of Endesa League 14/15 Semifinal! More