A NBA ANUNCIA CANDIDATOS ELEGÍVEIS ANTECIPADAMENTE AO NBA DRAFT 2006

A National Basketball Association anunciou hoje que 93 jogadores, incluindo 63 jogadores do segundo grau e de faculdades e 30 jogadores internacionais (incluindo os brasileiros Tiago Splitter e o Rafael Hettsheimeier), se inscreveram como candidatos elegíveis antecipadamente ao NBA Draft 2006.

Os jogadores internacionais e de segundo grau desejando renunciar suas elegibilidades restantes de intercolegial e entrar no NBA Draft 2006 precisaram submeter uma carta para a NBA antes da sábado, dia 29 de abril. Os jogadores que solicitaram consideração antecipada têm o direito de retirar seus nomes do Draft ao notificar a NBA de sua decisão por escrito antes dás 5:00 da tarde no domingo, dia 18 de junho.

Abaixo se encontra a lista dos jogadores de faculdade e de segundo grau que solicitaram elegibilidade antecipada no NBA Draft 2006, que acontecerá na quarta-feira, dia 28 de junho, no Teatro do Madison Square Garden na cidade de Nova Iorque:

Jogador Universidade Altura Condição
Akbar Abdul-AhadIdaho State6-0Junior
Arron AfflaloUCLA6-5Sophomore
LaMarcus AldridgeTexas6-10Sophomore
Morris AlmondRice6-6Junior
Renaldo BalkmanSouth Carolina6-8Junior
Larry BlairLiberty6-1Junior
Will BlalockIowa State5-11Junior
Jahsha BlunttDelaware State6-6Junior
Josh BooneConnecticut6-10Junior
Ronnie BrewerArkansas6-6Junior
Bobby BrownCal State-Fullerton6-1Junior
Shannon BrownMichigan State6-4Junior
Derek BurdittBlinn College (TX)6-7Sophomore
LeRoy DawsonEmporia State (KS)6-2Junior
Travis DeGrootDelta State6-4Junior
Guillermo DiazMiami (FL)6-2Junior
Cem DincIndiana6-10Freshman
Quincy DoubyRutgers6-3Junior
Mike EfevberhaCal-State Northridge6-5Junior
Carl ElliottGeorge Washington6-4Junior
Jordan FarmarUCLA6-2Sophomore
Nick FazekasNevada6-11Junior
Thomas GardnerMissouri6-5Junior
Rudy GayConnecticut6-8Sophomore
Reggie GeorgeRobert Morris College (IL)6-10Junior
Daniel GibsonTexas6-2Sophomore
Aaron GrayPittsburgh7-0Junior
LeShawn HammettSt. Francis (PA)6-0Junior
Brandon HeathSan Diego State6-3Junior
Tedric HillGulf Coast CC (FL)6-10Sophomore
Clarence HollowayIMG Academy (FL)7-0Post-Graduate
Ekene IbekweMaryland6-8Junior
Donald JeffesRoxbury CC (MA)6-8Sophomore
Alexander JohnsonFlorida State6-9Junior
David JohnsonClinton JC (SC)6-7Sophomore
Trey JohnsonJackson State6-5Junior
Coby KarlBoise State6-4Junior
Mark KonecnyLambuth University (TN)6-10Junior
Kyle LowryVillanova6-0Sophomore
Aleks MaricNebraska6-11Sophomore
Japhet McNeilEast Carolina5-10Junior
Paul MillsapLouisiana Tech6-8Junior
Matt MitchellSouthern University-New Orleans6-0Junior
Adam MorrisonGonzaga6-8Junior
Patrick O'BryantBradley7-0Sophomore
Evan PattersonTexas Wesleyan6-7Junior
Danilo (J.R.) PinnockGeorge Washington6-5Junior
Leon PoweCalifornia6-8Sophomore
Richard RobyColorado6-6Sophomore
Rajon RondoKentucky6-2Sophomore

Jogadores Internacionais de Entrada Antecipada para 0 NBA Draft 2006:

Jogador Equipe/País Altura Ano de Nasc.
Andriy AgafonovKhimik (Ukraine)6-81986
Nemanja AleksandrovFMP Zeleznik (Serb. & Mont.)7-01987
Pape-Philippe AmagouLe Mans (France)6-01985
Andrea BargnaniBenetton Treviso (Italy)6-101985
Yannick BokoloLe Mans (France)6-21985
Carlos CedenoGuaiqueries (Venezuela)6-51985
Tadija DragicevicCrvena Zvezda (Serb. & Mont.)6-81986
Lior EliyahuHapoel Galil Elyon (Israel)6-91985
Rudy FernandezDKV Joventut (Spain)6-51985
Kyrylo FesenkoMariupol (Ukraine)6-111986
Rafael HettsheimeierAkasvayu Vic (Spain)6-101986
Marko LekicAtlas (Serb. & Mont.)6-101985
Damir MarkotaCibona (Croatia)6-101985
Mickael MokongoChalon (France)5-111986
Brad NewleyTownsville (Australia)6-71985
Oleksiy PecherovParis Basket Racing (France)7-01985
Hrvoje PericSplit (Croatia)6-81985
Kosta PerovicPartizan (Serb. & Mont.)7-21985
Giorgos PrintezisOlympiacos (Greece)6-91985
Milovan RakovicAtlas (Serb. & Mont.)6-101985
Aleksandar RindinGala Baku (Azerbaijan)7-51985
Sergio RodriguezAdecco Estudiantes (Spain)6-31986
Dusan SakotaPanathinaikos (Greece)6-101986
Renaldas SeibutisOlympiacos (Greece)6-51985
Saer SeneVerviers-Pepinster (Belgium)7-01986
Sidiki SidibeLevallois (France)7-01985
Tang ZhengdongJiangsu (China)7-11984
Sun YueBeijing Aoshen Olympics (ABA)6-91985
Tiago SplitterTau Ceramica (Spain)6-111985
Ali TraoreRoanne (France)6-91985
Ejike UgboajaUnion Bank Lagos (Nigeria)6-91985

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