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Does that mean someone is leaving Lonergan's staff? Lonergan seems to be a very loyal guy. He definitely hires many of his former players.
 

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G. Suero (ex UA) just got signed to play in Spain in their 2nd level LEB Gold ( a very high level- Coppenrath spent most of his career in that league).

He'll play for Breogan which is presently 4-2.

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Ribeira Sacra CB Breogan Lugo (LEB Gold) strengthened their roster with addition of 26-year old Dominican guard Gerardo Suero (193-89, college: Albany, agency: Basket Management Solutions). He played last summer at Leones de Santo Domingo in LNB league in Dominican Republic. In 19 games he recorded very impressive stats: 22.8ppg, 4.3rpg, 2.2apg and 1.1spg. Great season indeed as he was voted to Latinbasket.com All-Dominican Rep. LNB 3rd Team.
The list of the past achievements is quite long as among others Suero won Dominican Rep. LNB South Division championship title for two years in a row (2013 and 2014). He received also Latinbasket.com All-Dominican Rep. LNB Player of the Year award and Latinbasket.com All-Dominican Rep. LNB Domestic player of the Year award in 2014. Suero represented Dominican Republic at the FIBA Americas in Mexico this year. His team got to the Semifinals and his stats at that event were 3 games: 7.3ppg, 2.7rpg, FGP: 50.0%, 3PT: 50.0%, FT: 63.6%.
Suero is quite experienced player. He has played also professionally in Colombia (Academia), Puerto Rico (Maratonistas), Venezuela (Guaiqueries) and Dominican Republic (Huracanes del Atlantico, Enriquillo, Titanes Licey and Bameso).
Suero attended University at Albany until 2012 and it will be his fourth season as a professional player.

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I wish there was a better place to find foreign stats. If anyone knows of a good free site, please share.

Last year there was a tweet that Travis Charles (Sir Buckets from UA) was player of the week in his league in Europe. I saw a note that David Nichols was leading his league in both PPG and Assists at one point in Europe. No idea how to follow either of them, or any of the other UA alumni playing overseas (Jamar Wilson, Peter Hooley, Ray Sanders, Evan Singletary, Jason Siggers, Gerardo Suero, etc).

If love to follow them all a little more closely. Any suggestions would be awesome.
 

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I wish there was a better place to find foreign stats. If anyone knows of a good free site, please share.

Last year there was a tweet that Travis Charles (Sir Buckets from UA) was player of the week in his league in Europe. I saw a note that David Nichols was leading his league in both PPG and Assists at one point in Europe. No idea how to follow either of them, or any of the other UA alumni playing overseas (Jamar Wilson, Peter Hooley, Ray Sanders, Evan Singletary, Jason Siggers, Gerardo Suero, etc).

If love to follow them all a little more closely. Any suggestions would be awesome.
Have you checked Eurobasket? It's hard to find boxes/stats for games there but at least you can identify which league a player is in.
 

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The '17 and '18 Abany teams with guys like Cremo, Nichols, Charles and Stire were really solid, they would have won titles in other years...
 

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A familiar name to UVM fans is playing in The Basketball Tournament -- Four McGlynn.

Sideline Cancer

His team, Sideline Cancer, plays again on Saturday.
"Playing" is a bit generous. He's their 12th man. But, he did manage to make a handful of appearances in the LEB Oro this past year, which is Spain's second division and where Coppenrath played most of his career, so his Euro career could be progressing nicely. Also, he could net himself $75k if they manage to win the whole thing, so def good for him.
 

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Per UVMMBB twitter, Trae Bell-Haynes has signed with a German team, HAKRO Merlins Crailsheim. Last season, he averaged 12.8 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 4.8 apg and 1.1 spg in Finland.

Per their website (roughly translated and summarized):
Trae Bell-Haynes is the first new addition to HAKRO Merlins Crailsheim for the new season. Despite his young age (24), he has a lot of experience. A former Merlins trainer now with the Seagulls (TBH's Finnish team) recommended him. TBH (probably English > German > English) said: "I am very happy to be in Crailsheim soon! It was my goal to return to the BBL and I couldn't have asked for a better situation. I can't wait to come to Crailsheim and work with my new teammates. I will do my utmost to help the team get the best out of themselves!” The coach says their system is similar to the Seagulls', and that he has a good "switching game", makes his teammates better and has the physical skills for their level.

Best of luck to him in Germany.
 
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