Whether it's raining or shining, Small Forward James Yap/Current teams, Elasto Painters #18/Shooting guard James Yap/Previous teams.
He was one of the first foreign players to join a Chinese team when he signed with Bayi in 2011. However, he left after one season to play for Elasto Painters in the Philippine Basketball Association. He returned to China in 2013 when he joined Qingdao DoubleStar and helped them win the 2014 NBA Summer League title. In 2015, he signed with Shandong Lions but was injured during practice and was forced to miss the entire season. In 2016, he came back from his injury and played 12 games before leaving again due to personal issues. This time, he returned home to China where he signed with Shenzhen Leopards. During his time with Leopards, he won the 2017 Asian Basketball Championship gold medal.
Yap is one of the most popular players in China who has had several controversies in his career. One incident that caused him trouble was when he slapped former Los Angeles Lakers player Nick Young during a game in 2013. After this incident, he was banned for three games. Another incident occurred in 2014 when he was accused of using illegal drugs but he was never charged with any offense.
Before being moved on January 1, 2016, he was known as "Big Game James" and had played for the Star Hotshots for twelve seasons, earning seven PBA titles.
|No. 18 – Rain or Shine Elasto Painters|
|Born||February 15, 1982 Escalante, Negros Occidental, Philippines|
|Listed height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
United States, Chicago Bulls #8/Shooting guard, Small Forward Current teams/Zach LaVine played one season of college basketball at the University of Illinois before entering the 2014 NBA draft. The Chicago Bulls selected him with pick number 8 in the first round of that year's draft.
He chose to remain in school for only one season because he was drafted by the Bulls. Thus, he was able to play right away in the NBA.
In his only season with the Fighting Illini, he averaged 19.1 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game. He finished second in the NCAA in three-point percentage (43.1%).
After one season in the NBA, he decided to retire from professional basketball to prepare himself physically for a run at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The United States men's national basketball team will be able to qualify out of the Americas region for the next Olympics, so if America's Dream does well in the summer league or in the preseason then maybe we will see him on the court again soon.
Besides being a Bull, he also played for the Sioux Falls Skyforce in the NBA Development League.
3/Texas Legends shooting guard Ben Gordon is one of the most accomplished players in NBA history. He has won an NBA championship, a FIBA title, and an Olympic gold medal with the United States national basketball team.
Gordon played three seasons for Texas before being drafted by the Chicago Bulls with the 2nd pick of the 2006 NBA draft. He was traded to the Brooklyn Nets prior to the 2009-2010 season after failing to live up to expectations in Chicago. In 2010-2011 he had another successful season with the Nets, averaging 14.4 points per game.
He was then traded to the Detroit Pistons where he spent two seasons before moving to Russia this past summer. There he signed with Lokomotiv Moscow.
Gordon's career numbers include averages of 13.1 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 2.6 assists per game.
He is the only player in NBA history to score at least 20 points in each of his first seven seasons.
Gordon has been named an All-Star five times during his career and has won the Three-Point Contest twice. He also has four All-Defensive Team selections.
Hornets #4 / Point guard, Shooting guard/ Small forward
Graham was a four-star prospect out of high school in 2013. He chose to attend the University of Kansas over offers from Indiana, North Carolina, and West Virginia. As a freshman at Kansas in 2014-15, he started 36 games for the undefeated and No. 1 ranked Jayhawks. As a sophomore in 2015-16, he won the John R. Wooden Award as college basketball's best player after leading Kansas to its second straight unbeaten season and first national title.
The 2016 NBA Draft will be held on June 24th in New York City.
Devonte' Graham was born on August 4th, 1992 in Dallas, Texas. He is an American basketball player who plays point guard for the Charlotte Hornets of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
He went to high school in Dallas where he played for Stephen F. Austin High School. As a freshman, he averaged 14 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists per game. As a sophomore, he improved his scoring average to 16 points per game while shooting.531 from behind the arc.
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He was born on January 4th, 1984 in South Brunswick, New Jersey. His mother's name is Dolores and father's name is Peter. He has one brother named Daniel who is also an ice hockey player. In 2003, he went to Northwood School in Midtown Atlanta where he played ice hockey until 2005 when he moved to Boston College. While there, he helped lead the Eagles to a National Championship in 2006. After graduating from Boston College in 2007, Bogosian signed with the Devils as an undrafted free agent.
He made his NHL debut on October 11th, 2008 against the Florida Panthers. That night, he replaced an injured Brian Rolston at right wing on New Jersey's third line. The next day, he scored his first career goal in a 5-3 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers. Overall, he appeared in eight games that season and recorded four goals and three assists. In 2009-10, he played in all 82 games for the first time in his career and finished with 31 points (15 goals, 16 assists).
Deni Avdija/Current squads #9/Shooting guard, small forward Current teams/Deni Avdija plays for the Israeli national basketball team. He is a two-time EuroBasket gold medalist and one-time FIBA World Cup champion with Israel.
Avdija was born in Minsk, Soviet Union (now Belarus). He moved to Israel at the age of 10. After playing four years of college basketball in the United States, he joined Hapoel Tel Aviv in 1999. In his first season with the club, he helped them win their first National League championship. The following year, he played in the EuroLeague with Tel Aviv, winning the Israeli Super League title along with the National Championship. In 2002, he signed with the Los Angeles Clippers as an unrestricted free agent but was later traded to the Portland Trail Blazers. After three seasons with Portland, he returned home to Hapoel Tel Aviv for one final season before moving to CSKA Moscow in Russia. There he won another Russian Superleague title before returning to Israel in 2015 where he signed with Maccabi Tel Aviv.
In 2016, he participated in his third EuroBasket tournament with Israel, helping the country win its second consecutive gold medal.