HoopsHype Caja Laboral rumors


May 26, 2012 Updates

However Zoran wants to try his luck in the NBA summer league before settling for Caja Laboral. The only certain fact is that he will be leaving, since next season is his last contract year and the club won't want to lose him for nothing in return. TalkBasket

May 24, 2012 Updates

Jon de la Presa, a Spanish hoops writer tweets Thursday that Europe's top scorer, Mirza Teletovic, may be interested in joining "Brooklyn." Teletovic, a 6'9" stretch forward plays for Caja Laboral in Spain. In Euroleague games this season, Teletovic averaged 21.7 ppg. He's 26 and Bosnian, born in Mostar, the same town that produced Zoran Planinic and Bojan Bogdanovic. The feeling, says a league source, is mutual. NetsDaily

The Israeli’s league final will probably be the last game of Sofoklis Schortsanitis as a Maccabi Tel Aviv’s player, since the club has already inform him that it will not use the renewal option in his contract for next season. The best offer until now to him from a European elite club, according to Eurohoops.net sources, comes from Spain and Caja Laboral. There is a contract waiting for 27 years old “Sofo” in Vitoria, it’s quite attractive and it’s the first substantial offer for him in the European market. EuroHoops.net

March 28, 2012 Updates

Andres Nocioni: "I'm not closing the door on the NBA. I had offers to continue there, but those were offers that would put me in a similar position to the one I had (in Philadelphia)." Noticias de Alava

March 27, 2012 Updates

Nocioni: "It was never my dream to play in the NBA, but to play in Europe. I spent five good years and two bad years there, but I already missed this." Twitter

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The Wizards Kevin Seraphin thought that he was playing his last game with Spanish team Caja Laboral on Nov. 30. He even posted a message on Twitter this week that read, “DC soon.” But his agent, Bouna Ndaiye, said on Friday that he will play one more game because his team will not let him out his contract until the NBA collective bargaining agreement is ratified. The deal is not expected to be finalized until Dec. 8 - the day before training camps are set to begin. Washington Post

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