It sounds almost unreal, however according to reports from the Greek island of Mykonos, US gold medalist Kevin Durant and DeAndre Jordan have already arrived from Rio, Brazil, to celebrate their success! As you see in the footage, there’s no doubt that Durant and Jordan were filmed in Mykonos partying, still the question is if the date on this video is true. Still their mood is great and you can enjoy the video.
David ‘Dubi’ Pick: Devyn Marble of the Orlando Magic signed overseas with Greek club Aris Thessaloniki, according to his agent.
American guard Devyn Marble has agreed to a deal with Aris Thessaloniki in Greece, as reported by David Pick. Marble played last season with the Orlando Magic but then he was traded to the Clippers that waived him back in July. Marble had also received interest from Anadolu Efes, a source told Sportando.
“I would like to return to the NBA and work again with Dave Joerger, the coach I had in the Memphis Grizzlies who is now on the bench of the Sacramento Kings”, said the Greek point guard to Sport24.gr. “The NBA is the highest level of basketball on the planet and remains a big dream for me. The Kings’ interest honors me, and I want to thank them for that”. He then added that, “I must also respect the fact that Panathinaikos wanted me to return playing for them in the upcoming season. After all these, I am 100% devoted in leading the efforts of Panathinaikos to return on the top of Greece and Europe”.
The Hawks also hold the draft rights to Marcus Eriksson (No. 50) and Dimitrios Agravanis (No. 59), both selected in the second round of last year’s draft. Eriksson, who is coming back from torn ACL, played for FC Barcelona Lassa in Spain’s ACB League. Barcelona holds a team option on the 6-7 guard and he will likely to return for another season. Barcelona is crowded at the wing position and it’s possible another opportunity could present itself. Agravanis will return for another season with Olympiacos in the Greek League.
As Greek portal sportfm.gr reports, Bogdanovic and his girlfriend were on vacations in the Turkish Bodrum Peninsula, near the ancient Greek city of Halicarnassus. When the news about the coup were learned, he flew via a boat to the Greek Island of Rhodes, fearing that things may get worse. The “escape” was arranged via his agent in collaboration with the team manager of the Greek team Colossus, George Gkotzogiannis and the member of the club board Panagiotis Kounakis. The distance between the Greek island and the Bodrum Peninsula can be traveled in one hour, so the 27 years old Croatian arrived safe, spend a few hours in Rhodes and then left for Zagreb.