After skipping the whole of the 2016-2017 season, NBA veteran and 2006 champion with the Miami Heat Dorell Wright is resurging his career in EuroLeague with German club Brose Bamberg while dreaming of his return in the best league on the planet. “That’s my ultimate goal. To get back in the NBA,” Wright told Eurohoops. “That’s where I want to be in.”
Wright knows that NBA front offices are always looking and would love to follow a similar route. But if that doesn’t happen, continuing in Europe is an option that also has its merits. “Everybody is watching me. NBA is the goal. I’d rather be there with my family,”Wright said to Eurohoops. But if I had to start my career again in Europe, I’m fine with that. I want to play at least four more years. If that’s going to be in Europe, I think I can be successful here.”
Dennis Schröder became the majority owner of Basketball Lowen Braunschweig, according to Braunschweiger Zeitung and SPONSORs. The point guard of the Hawks said in February that his goal was to become the co-owner of the German team and help the club to become of the top five in Bundesliga.
“We want to build a top-five team here in Germany. That’s my dream because I come from Braunschweig,” [Dennis Schroeder] added. Schroder also mentioned that he wants to be present in the World Cup Qualifiers game of Germany against Austria, played in Braunschweig on June 29. “It would mean a lot to me,” he said.
Germany defeated Italy 61-55 and now is one step closer to making it to the next round, depending on the remaining results of Group B, having a 3-1 record. The star: Once again Dennis Schroder, who finished the game with 17 points. In a low scoring affair, his performance was more than enough.