HoopsHype Sergio Llull rumors

August 30, 2011 Updates

Electronic Arts and Euroleague Basketball are pleased to announce their licensing partnership that makes the leading global interactive entertainment software company an official partner under the video gaming category. Under this agreement EA SPORTS will include Turkish Airlines Euroleague players in the upcoming release of the mythical arcade game NBA Jam: On Fire Edition. This is the first time that European clubs will be officially represented in the NBA JAM franchise, one of the most successful video games in sports history. All fans will be able to choose any of the four participating teams in the last Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four. Dimitris Diamantidis and Mike Batiste of Panathinaikos Athens, Lior Eliyahu and Sofoklis Schortsanitis of Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv, Bo McCalebb and Ksistof Lavrinovic of Montepaschi Siena, Sergio Llull and Carlos Suarez of Real Madrid will be amongst the players representing the four Euroleague teams in the 2–on–2 basketball games. Euroleague.net

July 11, 2011 Updates

The Houston Rockets have your NBA rights. Do you see yourself playing in the NBA in the future? Sergio Llull: You can't close any doors. I've always said that I'm very happy playing with Real Madrid, that I want to stay next year and a couple more, that I want to win titles with Madrid. But obviously the NBA is there, and in the future if I had to make a decision to go there, we would see. Los Chicos del Barrio

February 10, 2011 Updates

Sergio Llull: "I think the NBA is still a bit far away, I'm now focused on the present, in playing my best with Real Madrid and win a lot of titles with this club." Eurosport

December 17, 2010 Updates
September 5, 2010 Updates

Sergio Llull, a second-tier Spanish player behind the likes of Navarro, Rudy Fernandez, Gasol and Ricky Rubio, was also key with most of his nine points coming in the fourth quarter when Spain pulled away for the win. Llull seemed to be suggesting, as Rautins may have been suggesting, that once the games hit the knockout stage, Spain knows what to do. "I don't think the team ever lost its confidence," Llull said of the 3-2 record in the preliminaries. "But the game today was important and we had to concentrate. France and Lithuania were difficult games. They are both very good teams and we started a little bit nervous. But now we start from zero and we have to grow up." Toronto Sun

July 19, 2010 Updates
July 6, 2010 Updates

After the arrival of Sergio Rodriguez, Real Madrid is close to making another impressive move for the next seasons. The Spanish powerhouse will be extending the contract of Sergio Llul until the end of the season 2013/14. Sportando

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