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Nicolas Laprovittola
Nicolas Laprovittola
Position: -
Born: 01/31/90
Height: 6-4 / 1.93
Weight:180 lbs. / 81.6 kg.
Earnings: $204,601 ($218,844*)
Argentina, the winner of the 2004 Olympic tournament and the 2019 World Cup silver medalist, will begin the games in Tokyo against reigning world champion Spain, Luka Doncic’s Slovenia and host Japan in Group C. The top two teams from each of the three groups will automatically advance to the quarterfinals while two third-placed teams will also qualify based on ranking criteria. The full roster of Argentina is as follows: Point guards: Facundo Campazzo: 1.80 – 30 – Denver Nuggets. Nicolas Laprovittola: 1.88 – 31- free agent. Luca Vildoza: 1.89 – 25 – New York Knicks. Shooting guards: Nicolas Brussino: 2.05 – 27 – Granada. Leandro Bolmaro: 2.00 – 20 – Barcelona. Small Forwards: Gabriel Deck: 1.98 – 26 – Oklahoma City Thunder. Patricio Garino: 1.98 – 28 – free agent. Juan Pablo Vaulet: 1.99 – 25 – AEK Athens. Power forwards: Luis Scola: 2.07 – 41 – Varese. Centers: Marcos Delia: 2.09 – 29 – Trieste. Tayavek Gallizzi: 2.04 – 28 – Regatas Corrientes. Francisco Cáffaro: 2.14 – 21 – Virginia University.
After being cut by San Antonio, Nicolas Laprovittola returns to Europe as a member of Baskonia. The Spanish club announced that the Argentinian guard signed a deal until the end of the season. Laprovittola is replacing an other Argentinian, Pablo Prigionio, who decided to retire from basketball. The 26 years old guard is a member of the Argentinian national team and before signing with the Spurs this summer he spend last season in Europe, playing for Lietuvos Rytas in Lithuania and Estudiantes in Spain.
Storyline: Nicolas Laprovittola Free Agency
Ginobili said he’s confident that the 26-year-old guard will land on his feet. “He’s a good player,” Ginobili said. “He is young. He bet a lot on this experience. He wanted to have it, and he did. He did great. It’s not like he got cut because he struggled, he couldn’t play. It was because of team issues, and because the team had a third point guard from the beginning. So he found his way. He did a great job. He deserves a lot of credit for that. He knew it was an option, so hopefully now he gets a good offer from either another team in the NBA or a good, solid European team. He is fully capable of performing well at any stage.”