Rudy Fernandez Rumors

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Rudy Fernandez
Rudy Fernandez
Position: -
Born: 04/04/85
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight:185 lbs. / 83.9 kg.
Earnings: $5,676,523 ($6,592,221*)
Spain have announced a star-laden squad for the FIBA Basketball World Cup, one that has plenty of NBA players and also several standouts from their European Qualifiers campaign. Recently crowned NBA champion Marc Gasol of the Toronto Raptors, along with Ricky Rubio (Phoenix Suns) and the Hernangomez brothers, Willy (Charlotte Hornets) and Juancho (Denver Nuggets), are on the 16-man list. A couple of other former NBA players, Rudy Fernandez and Victor Claver, are included as well.
1 month ago via FIBA
Rudy Fernandez spoke to Eurohoops when the locker rooms opened to the press after the team’s celebrations and speaking about Luka Doncic, he admitted that this is expected to be his last season in Europe. “He is a special guy, we have to enjoy this year because we know”, said the two time EuroLeague champ with Real Madrid and former NBA player. “He has to play with the best players in the world, maybe in the next year we are going to miss him, but it’s normal. He is 19 years old and he deserves it”.
Storyline: No. 1 pick
There were strong rumours that Fernandez would return to the U.S but he says it was never truly an option in his eyes due to the fact that Real Madrid has given him so much in the last number of years. “At no time did I consider leaving Madrid. I know that Madrid has given me and my family a lot. I’ve been at the club for five years and I am delighted with the team, with the project, with the new infrastructure we have, and staying was always my first choice. The most important thing is that my family and I are comfortable,” he says in a wide-ranging interview in GQ.
Storyline: Rudy Fernandez NBA return?
Gasol, who will spend next season in San Antonio and hasn’t committed to playing at Tokyo in 2020, and his teammates celebrated by piling on top of each other near center court. This wasn’t the medal they wanted, but after losing their first two games in Brazil, it beats nothing. “Unbelievable,” said Rudy Fernandez. “It’s an amazing feeling. We played very bad at first in the tournament, but we just continued to play hard and with a medal, it’s unbelievable.”