HoopsHype Primoz Brezec rumors

July 11, 2011 Updates

The future of Primoz Brezec will be in Spain. The Slovenian big man is close to penning a deal with Bilbao Basket. The Basque team, who will play in Euroleague next season, was looking for a big man and found him Brezec. Sportando

February 24, 2011 Updates

Teams have inquired about the availability of Marreese Speights, whose playing time has dwindled, but the Sixers won't easily part with one of their big men, a position at which they're already weak. At last season's trading deadline, the Sixers acquired Jodie Meeks from the Milwaukee Bucks for Royal Ivey and Primoz Brezec. Philadelphia Inquirer

September 26, 2010 Updates

Priboz Brezec, the former member of Milwaukee Bucks, has signed a contract with Krasnie Kirilya Samara club and will play in Russia next season. “I’m excited for the new challenge,” Brezec wrote in his twitter account. The Slovenian averaged 0.9 points and 1.2 rebounds in the NBA last season. hoopsleader.com

September 17, 2010 Updates

Primoz Brezec is a free agent after his contract with the Milwaukee Bucks expired. The 29-year-old Slovenian center is considering several offers for the next season, including one from a NBA team, and three from Europe. According to Brezec, Efes Pilsen, Caja Laboral and Union Olimpija have extended offers for him. His priority is to play in "a foreign country". thehoopsmarket.com

August 24, 2010 Updates

Free agent center Primoz Brezec is still holding out hope there will be a place for him in the NBA next season. “If I can find a good situation, for sure I would love to return to the NBA,” Brezec told HoopsHype.com. “I still think I can play on this level and I have some gas left in the tank. “Right now, I don’t have any offers on the table from the NBA. I have several offers from Europe, but I decided I’m going to wait to the end of the World Championship before I make a decision.” HoopsHype

August 23, 2010 Updates
July 21, 2010 Updates

Unicaja is considering several names offered to the Spanish club to replace Robert Archibald, in case the 30-year-old British center leaves the team. The Slovenian 30-year-old Primoz Brezec, who finished last season in the NBA for Milwaukee Bucks, and the 30-year-old Croatian center Mario Kasun, released from Efes Pilsen days ago, are among the candidates to join Unicaja next season. Other names in the list are Pops Mensah-Bonsu, who won't continue in CSKA Moscow, and Kris Lang, who played last season for Turk Telekom. The Hoops Market

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