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Vitaly Potapenko
Vitaly Potapenko
Position: -
Born: 03/21/75
Height: 6-10 / 2.08
Weight:285 lbs. / 129.3 kg.
Earnings: $40,637,644 ($58,083,170*)

Danilo Gallinari discusses potential return to Italy

Asked about choosing to play in the NBA, he admitted to having “no regrets. Of course, my time with Armani Milan comes to mind. I look at my father’s trophies, I imagine how much I would have won in Italy and Europe with the team I love: this is also a dream”. He also admitted that ending his playing term with his beloved team “would be the prestigious closure of a trajectory, of a career. But now is not the time. My father’s wish? He’s a big fan of Armani Milan, but he doesn’t say it. My mother? I think she’s also a fan, deep down.”
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Danilo Gallinari to play with Italy at the Olympics

Italy beat Serbia in the Belgrade Olympic Qualifying Tournament final on Sunday to advance to Tokyo’s Olympics and coach Meo Sachetti has named his 12-man squad for Tokyo, which will include Atlanta Hawks star Danilo Gallinari. The “Azzurri” will meet in Rome on July 12 and will leave for Japan on July 16. Their first game at the Olympics is scheduled for July 25 against Germany.
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It’s quite another thing to know that from the seventh through 12th picks, you took one of these half-dozen guys: Lorenzen Wright – L.A. Clippers Kerry Kittles – New Jersey Nets Samaki Walker – Dallas Mavericks Erick Dampier – Indiana Pacers Todd Fuller – Golden State Warriors Vitaly Potapenko – Cleveland Cavaliers Over Kobe Bryant. Or Steve Nash. Or Jermaine O’Neal. Or even Peja Stojakovic. That’s a clean 35 All-Star selections from picks 13 to 17 versus none from picks seven to 12.
“It gives me great excitement to announce our Memphis Grizzlies coaching staff,” said Grizzlies Head Coach Taylor Jenkins. “With Niele, Brad, David, Scoonie, Vitaly and Neven, we welcome an experienced group of coaches who have had success at all levels of basketball as both players and coaches. Their experiences at the collegiate, international, G League and NBA levels will benefit everyone in our organization.”