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Category: sportsSource: abscbn abscbnJan 12th, 2017

Azkals set for International Friendly in Guangzhou, China

br /> The Philippine Men’s National Team is scheduled to face the national team of China PR on June 7th.  br /> Philippine Football Federation general secretary Atty. Edwin Gastanes announced last May 22 the details of the friendly which will be played in Guangzhou, China. The friendly will be the first meeting between the Philippines and China PR since the AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers back in 2000, with China PR emerging victorious, 8-0.  br /> “We will have an international friendly between China PR and Philippines on June 7th” said Gastanes. “We will now talk to the PFL clubs to explore the possibility of release of players for national team duties earlier than June 5, 2017.” br /> The match will serve as build up for the Philippines’ AFC Asian Cup Jordan 2019 Qualifiers match against Tajikistan which will be held on June 13th in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. br /> The Philippines’ current rank is at 127th while China PR is at 81st. br /> The list of players called up for the forthcoming matches will be announced shortly. br />   .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News20 hr. 0 min. ago

73 early entry candidates withdraw from 2017 NBA Draft

em>NBA press release /em> NEW YORK – Seventy-three players have notified the NBA that they wish to be removed from the list of “early entry” players eligible for selection in the 2017 NBA Draft presented by State Farm. Following the NBA’s early entry withdrawal deadline of 5 p.m. ET on June 12, 2017, a comprehensive release will be distributed listing the additional players who provided the NBA with timely notice that they wish to be removed from the list of “early entry” players eligible for selection in the 2017 NBA Draft. br />   br /> The following 73 players have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2017 NBA Draft: Player                                                   School                                                   Height                   Status br /> Shaqquan Aaron                                 USC                                                        6-7                      Sophomore br /> Jaylen Adams                                       St. Bonaventure                                  6-2                          Junior br /> Deng Adel                                             Louisville                                               6-7                      Sophomore br /> Jashaun Agosto                                    LIU                                                         5-11                      Freshman br /> Bashir Ahmed                                      St. John’s                                              6-7                          Junior br /> Rawle Alkins                                        Arizona                                                  6-5                         Freshman br /> Mark Alstork                                        Wright State                                         6-5                          Junior br /> Jaylen Barford                                     Arkansas                                               6-3                          Junior br /> Trae Bell-Haynes                                Vermont                                                6-2                          Junior br /> Joel Berry II                                         North Carolina                                     6-0                          Junior br /> Trevon Bluiett                                      Xavier                                                    6-6                          Junior br /> Bennie Boatwright                              USC                                                        6-10                     Sophomore br /> Jacobi Boykins                                     Louisiana Tech                                    6-6                          Junior br /> Rodney Bullock                                   Providence                                            6-8                          Junior br /> Jevon Carter                                         West Virginia                                        6-2                          Junior br /> Joseph Chartouny                               Fordham                                               6-3                        Sophomore br /> Donte Clark                                          Massachusetts                                     6-4                          Junior br /> Chris Clemons                                     Campbell                                              5-9                        Sophomore br /> David Collette                                      Utah                                                       6-10                        Junior br /> Angel Delgado                                     Seton Hall                                             6-10                        Junior br /> Hamidou Diallo                                   Kentucky                                              6-6                          Freshman br /> Vince Edwards                                     Purdue                                                   6-8                          Junior br /> John Egbunu                                        Florida                                                   6-11                        Junior br /> Jon Elmore                                            Marshall                                                6-3                          Junior br /> Obi Enechionyia                                  Temple                                                  6-10                        Junior br /> Drew Eubanks                                     Oregon State                                        6-10                      Sophomore br /> Tacko Fall                                             Central Florida                                     7-6                        Sophomore br /> Brandon Goodwin                               FGCU                                                     6-2                          Junior br /> Donte Grantham                                 Clemson                                                6-8                          Junior br /> Isaac Haas                                            Purdue                                                   7-2                          Junior br /> Aaron Holiday                                     UCLA                                                    6-1                        Sophomore br /> Chandler Hutchison                            Boise State                                           6-7                          Junior br /> Justin Jackson                                      Maryland                                              6-7                        Freshman br /> Alize Johnson                                      Missouri State                                      6-9                          Junior br /> B.J. Johnson                                         La Salle                                                  6-7                          Junior br /> Robert Johnson                                    Indiana                                                  6-3                          Junior br /> Andrew Jones                                       Texas                                                     6-4                        Freshman br /> Kerem Kanter                                      Green Bay                                            6-10                        Junior br /> Braxton Key                                         Alabama                                               6-8                          Freshman br /> George King                                         Colorado                                               6-6                          Junior br /> Khadeem Lattin                                   Oklahoma                                             6-9                          Junior br /> William Lee                                          UAB                                                       6-9                          Junior br /> Zach Lofton                                         Texas Southern                                    6-3                          Junior br /> Daryl Macon                                        Arkansas                                               6-3                          Junior br /> Marin Maric                                         Northern Illinois                                   6-11                        Junior br /> Yante Maten                                        Georgia                                                  6-8                          Junior br /> Markis McDuffie                                 Wichita State                                       6-8                          Sophomore br /> MiKyle McIntosh                               Illinois State                                         6-7                          Junior br /> Matthew Morgan                                 Cornell                                                   6-3                       Sophomore br /> Shaquille Morris                                  Wichita State                                       6-8                          Junior br /> Svi Mykhailiuk                                    Kansas                                                   6-8                          Junior br /> Divine Myles                                        Stetson                                                   5-11                        Junior br /> Derick Newton                                     Stetson                                                   6-6                      Sophomore br /> Randy Onwuasor                                 Southern Utah                                      6-3                          Junior br /> Theo Pinson                                          North Carolina                                     6-6                          Junior br /> Martavius Robinson                           Lewis & Clark CC (Illinois)               6-10                        Sophomore     br /> Corey Sanders                                      Rutgers                                                  6-2                     Sophomore br /> Victor Sanders                                     Idaho                                                     6-5                          Junior br /> Jaaron Simmons                                  Ohio                                                       6-1                          Junior br /> Fred Sims Jr.                                         Chicago State                                       6-4                      Sophomore br /> Zach Smith                                           Texas Tech                                           6-8                          Junior br /> Kamau Stokes                                      Kansas State                                         6-0                      Sophomore br /> James Thompson IV                           Eastern Michigan                                 6-10                       Sophomore br /> Stephen Thompson Jr.                        Oregon State                                        6-4                        Sophomore br /> Moritz Wagner                                     Michigan                                               6-11                      Sophomore br /> Tevonn Walker                                    Valparaiso                                             6-2                          Junior br /> Thomas Welsh                                     UCLA                                                    7-0                          Junior br /> Thomas Wilder                                     Western Michigan                               6-3                          Junior br /> Cecil Williams                                      Central Michigan                                 6-6                          Junior br /> Johnathan Williams                             Gonzaga                                                6-9                          Junior br /> Kam Williams                                       Ohio State                                             6-2                          Junior br /> Christian Wilson                                  UTSA                                                     6-2                          Junior br /> Omer Yurtseven                                  North Carolina State                           7-0                          Freshman .....»»

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FULL LIST: Winners, Billboard Music Awards 2017

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Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 14th, 2017

Allein Malicsi? Who?

Manila, Philippines --- From Jayson William to Paul Dalistan, suiting up for Gilas Pilipinas means your 'real' name will be revealed to the world. Add Allein Gail Malicsi to that list. What was thought to be a typo at first turned out to be true as Star's resident Hotshot did have the letter 'C' instead of the usual letter 'K' at the back of his jersey Friday as Gilas Pilipinas started the 2017 SEABA Championships at the Araneta Coliseum here. Turns out there was a mistake with Allein's birth certificate and passport. So at least under FIBA rules, the 29-year-old scorer is officially known as Allein Malicsi. 'Kasi yung dati kong birth certificate letter C yung Maliksi,' Allein said as Gilas demolished unranked Myanmar by 107 points, 147-40. 'Sa passport na inapply ko, letter C tapos yun na yung finollow muna nila kasi yun ata rule sa FIBA,' he added. But to set things straight, Allein Maliksi does come with a 'K' and not a 'C.' Surname confusion aside, Allein Malicso had himself a game in his official Gilas debut, emerging as the national team's second leading scorer behind Calvin Abueva with 20 points on a starting role. However, facing an obviosly overmatched Myanmar side, Malicsi was far from satisfied. 'Okay lang pero di pa natin talaga mate-test yung skills natin unless makatapat tayon ng totoong kalaban, kumbaga step lang to eh. Wala pa talaga,' he said. Regardless of that fact, Malicsi, and the entire team for that matter, went 100 percent from start to finish. 'Ang mindset is, when you smell blood, you go for the kill. Mahina na nga eh tapos lalaruin mo pa,' he said. 'Di naman sa ina-underestimate natin kasi syempre alam natin na kayang-kaya, bakit mo pagbibigyan yung kalaban. Respect rin sa game at sa kalaban, para alam rin nila kung ano yung Gilas na team,' Malicsi added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 12th, 2017

Letting go of Mitchell a tough choice for Star

Star made a difficult decision with regards to its 2017 PBA Commissioner's Cup. The Hotshots have opted to repalce Tony Mitchell and instead brought Ricardo Ratliffe back in. The decision worked wonders Wednesday as Star scored a convincing win over rival TNT with Ratliffe taking over. However, Mitchell, who led Star to a 6-2 record before being replaced, is still in town and is still pretty effective. It just so happens that the Hotshots need the services of Ratliffe more than Mitchell's right now. The team still loves slam-dunking Mitchell to the moon and back though. 'He's very professional. We love Tony. And I think Tony loves us,' head coach Chito Victolero said of Mitchell who was at the MOA Arena to cheer for the Hotshots. 'Makikita naman yung suporta niya sa amin. Even na dumating na si Ricardo, nandyan pa rin siya. He keeps on supporting us. I talked to Tony na if we have a chance again to get him, siguro in the future baka magkasama ulit kami,' he added. With Ratliffe taking over and Mitchell choosing to stay for in the country for now, Star has put the former NBA veteran on the reserve list. Regardless of how the import situation turns out for the Hotshots however, Star and Mitchell are on good terms with each other. 'Right now, syempre kung healthy si Ricardo, we’ll go all the way with him. Pero si Tony naman, nandyan lagi sa suporta niya eh. I don’t know kung mag-stay pa siya. Syempre, kailangan rin niya magtrabaho,' Victolero said. 'I think meron siyang pupuntahan. But, yun nga, everybody loves Tony, even our support staff. Talagang kailangan lang namin si Ricardo,' he added.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

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FULL LIST: Winners, MTV Movie and TV Awards 2017

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LIST: Passers: 2017 Philippine Law School Admission Test

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Making waves on the beach: Walsh Jennings will skip AVP tour

JIMMY GOLEN, AP Sports Writer br /> Five-time Olympian Kerri Walsh Jennings is looking for a new partner — and a new beach volleyball tour — after rejecting an exclusivity agreement with the AVP that would have locked her into the circuit through the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo. In her first public comments since breaking with the biggest, richest and longest-running domestic tour, Walsh Jennings told The Associated Press on Thursday that the deal lacked the vision to grow the game and was 'a death sentence for our sport.' Among her complaints: an eight-stop circuit, with what she called minimal growth in prize money or the number of events, dooming athletes to live with their parents or take full-time jobs to support themselves. 'We're being kept in a small little fishbowl,' Walsh Jennings told the AP. 'I know our sport deserves more. We've been told we're small, and we believe it.' AVP owner Donald Sun declined to respond to the comments. But when Walsh Jennings missed the deadline to sign before this week's season-opening Huntington Beach (California) Open, he told the AP: 'I respect her decisions, and I wish her well.' The decision to opt out of the AVP tour also means Walsh Jennings will split with April Ross, her partner in Rio de Janeiro when they won the Olympic bronze medal. Walsh Jennings won three straight gold medals with Misty May-Treanor, who retired after the London Games. Walsh Jennings and Ross could continue to pair up on the international tour, where teams earn points to qualify for the 2020 Games, but that would mean maintaining separate partnerships domestically and abroad. Ross' decision to sign the deal means she couldn't play in the competing National Volleyball League, which lists four 2017 events on its website. 'April and I are finished. We're not competing together anymore,' Walsh Jennings said. 'We had a very candid conversation. I know we're both very comfortable where we're at. I just have a different vision for the future.' With its party atmosphere dropped into picturesque backdrops like London's Horse Guards Parade and Rio's Copacabana Beach, beach volleyball emerges every four years as the darling of the Olympics. (The bikinis don't hurt with the TV audience, either.) But the sport's efforts to establish a stable U.S. tour have left it running in the sand. Beach volleyball athletes have quarreled with USA Volleyball, arguing that the national governing body's efforts were skewed toward the indoor game. The AVP twice declared bankruptcy, and since emerging from the second reorganization it has found itself in competition with the NVL, even though all agree that one, stable tour would be best for the sport. And, when the NCAA considered adding beach volleyball to its list of sanctioned programs, among the opponents were indoor volleyball coaches who were afraid of losing their top athletes to the sandier, sexier side of the sport. Walsh Jennings, who has been at the forefront of many of these fights, said her goal remains to do what's best for her sport. As its most visible and marketable athlete, at least in the United States, she is able to make a living by relying on endorsement deals others don't have. 'I am in a blessed position,' she said. Walsh Jennings also said her objection to the deal has nothing to do with a lawsuit she has filed against the AVP, claiming breach of a personal services contract, or with a dispute over rule changes that led her to boycott an event last summer. 'I know my intentions are pure,' she said. 'And this is not about not being grateful. This is about knowing there's more and better out there. I believe in the sport. I believe in the sport at the highest level. That's what I'm going after. It's all there for the taking.' And, she said, she couldn't bring herself to sign a deal that would hold the sport back. 'I want to believe in what I'm doing,' she said. 'I believe in what I'm doing much more than if I had signed this contract.' Walsh Jennings, who would turn 42 during the Tokyo Games, repeated that she is not retiring and is still determined to attend her sixth Olympics. Asked what's next, she said: 'I get myself a partner; I don't know who that's going to be. That's exciting for me, to grow toward Tokyo.' And, while Ross and most of the other American professionals are opening the season in Huntington Beach, Walsh Jennings was off to the NCAA beach volleyball championships in Gulf Shores, Alabama. 'I figured I'm not playing this weekend,' she said, 'so I want to go support the good stuff.' .....»»

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MANILA, Philippines — Miss Universe 4th runner-up Venus Raj, who started ending the 20 years of drought for international crowns, said Miss Universe 2015 Pia.....»»

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MANILA, Philippines — Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach, during the pageant held today, said that for the first time ever, Binibining Pilipinas introduced "a.....»»

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Category: moviesSource:  philstarRelated NewsApr 30th, 2017

LOOK: Early entry candidates for 2017 NBA Draft

em>NBA press release /em> NEW YORK -- The National Basketball Association announced today that 182 players -- 137 players from colleges and 45 international players -- have filed as early entry candidates for the 2017 NBA Draft presented by State Farm. Players wishing to enter the 2017 NBA Draft were required to submit a letter to the NBA to be received no later than Sunday, April 23.  Players who have applied for early entry have the right to withdraw their names from consideration for the Draft by notifying the NBA of their decision in writing no later than 5 p.m. ET on Monday, June 12 (June 13, PHL time). Under NCAA rules, in order to retain college basketball eligibility, underclassmen that have entered the 2017 Draft must withdraw by Wednesday, May 24 (May 25, PHL time). Following is the list of players from colleges who have applied for early entry into the 2017 NBA Draft, which will be held Thursday, June 22 (June 23, PHL time). strong>Player | School | Height | Status /strong> Shaqquan Aaron | USC | 6-7 | Sophomore br /> Jaylen Adams | St. Bonaventure | 6-2 | Junior br /> Edrice Adebayo | Kentucky | 6-10 | Freshman br /> Deng Adel | Louisville | 6-7 | Sophomore br /> Jashaun Agosto | LIU | 5-11 | Freshman br /> Bashir Ahmed | St. John’s | 6-7 | Junior br /> Rawle Alkins | Arizona | 6-5 | Freshman br /> Jarrett Allen | Texas | 6-11 | Freshman br /> Mark Alstork | Wright State | 6-5 | Junior br /> Ike Anigbogu | UCLA | 6-10 | Freshman br /> OG Anunoby | Indiana | 6-8 | Sophomore br /> Dwayne Bacon | Florida State | 6-7 | Sophomore br /> Lonzo Ball | UCLA | 6-6 | Freshman br /> Jaylen Barford | Arkansas | 6-3 | Junior br /> Jordan Bell | Oregon | 6-9 | Junior br /> Trae Bell-Haynes | Vermont | 6-2 | Junior br /> Joel Berry II | North Carolina | 6-0 | Junior br /> James Blackmon Jr. | Indiana | 6-4 | Junior br /> Antonio Blakeney | LSU | 6-4 | Sophomore br /> Trevon Bluiett | Xavier | 6-6 | Junior br /> Bennie Boatwright | USC | 6-10 | Sophomore br /> Jacobi Boykins | Louisiana Tech | 6-6 | Junior br /> Tony Bradley | North Carolina | 6-10 | Freshman br /> Isaiah Briscoe | Kentucky | 6-2 | Sophomore br /> Dillon Brooks | Oregon | 6-7 | Junior br /> Thomas Bryant | Indiana | 6-10 | Sophomore br /> Rodney Bullock | Providence | 6-8 | Junior br /> Jevon Carter | West Virginia | 6-2 | Junior br /> Clandell Cetoute | Thiel College (PA) | 6-8 | Junior br /> Joseph Chartouny | Fordham | 6-3 | Sophomore br /> Donte’ Clark | Massachusetts | 6-4 | Junior br /> Chris Clemons | Campbell | 5-9 | Sophomore br /> David Collette | Utah | 6-10 | Junior br /> John Collins | Wake Forest | 6-10 | Sophomore br /> Zach Collins | Gonzaga | 7-0 | Freshman br /> Chance Comanche | Arizona | 6-11 | Sophomore br /> Angel Delgado | Seton Hall | 6-10 | Junior br /> Hamidou Diallo | Kentucky | 6-6 | Freshman br /> Tyler Dorsey | Oregon | 6-4 | Sophomore br /> PJ Dozier | South Carolina | 6-6 | Sophomore br /> Vince Edwards | Purdue | 6-8 | Junior br /> John Egbunu | Florida | 6-11 | Junior br /> Jon Elmore | Marshall | 6-3 | Junior br /> Obi Enechionyia | Temple | 6-10 | Junior br /> Drew Eubanks | Oregon State | 6-10 | Sophomore br /> Jawun Evans | Oklahoma State  | 6-1 | Sophomore br /> Tacko Fall | Central Florida | 7-6 | Sophomore br /> Tony Farmer | Lee College (TX) | 6-7 | Sophomore br /> De’Aaron Fox | Kentucky | 6-4 | Freshman br /> Markelle Fultz | Washington | 6-4 | Freshman br /> Harry Giles | Duke | 6-10 | Freshman br /> Brandon Goodwin | FGCU | 6-2 | Junior br /> Donte Grantham | Clemson | 6-8 | Junior br /> Isaac Haas | Purdue | 7-2 | Junior br /> Aaron Holiday | UCLA | 6-1 | Sophomore br /> Isaac Humphries | Kentucky | 7-0 | Sophomore br /> Chandler Hutchison | Boise State | 6-7 | Junior br /> Jonathan Isaac | Florida State | 6-10 | Freshman br /> Frank Jackson | Duke | 6-3 | Freshman br /> Josh Jackson | Kansas | 6-8 | Freshman br /> Justin Jackson | Maryland | 6-7 | Freshman br /> Justin Jackson | North Carolina | 6-8 | Junior br /> Alize Johnson | Missouri State | 6-9 | Junior br /> B.J. Johnson | La Salle | 6-7 | Junior br /> Darin Johnson | CSU-Northridge | 6-5 | Junior br /> Jaylen Johnson | Louisville | 6-9 | Junior br /> Robert Johnson | Indiana | 6-3 | Junior br /> Andrew Jones | Texas | 6-4 | Freshman br /> Kerem Kanter | Green Bay | 6-10 | Junior br /> Ted Kapita | North Carolina State | 6-8 | Freshman br /> Marcus Keene | Central Michigan | 5-9 | Junior br /> Luke Kennard | Duke | 6-6 | Sophomore br /> Braxton Key | Alabama | 6-8 | Freshman br /> George King | Colorado | 6-6 | Junior br /> Kyle Kuzma | Utah | 6-9 | Junior br /> Khadeem Lattin | Oklahoma | 6-9 | Junior br /> TJ Leaf  | UCLA | 6-10 | Freshman br /> William Lee | UAB | 6-9 | Junior br /> Zach Lofton | Texas Southern | 6-3 | Junior br /> Tyler Lydon | Syracuse | 6-9 | Sophomore br /> Daryl Macon | Arkansas | 6-3 | Junior br /> Marin Maric | Northern Illinois | 6-11 | Junior br /> Lauri Markkanen | Arizona | 7-0 | Freshman br /> Yante Maten | Georgia | 6-8 | Junior br /> Markis McDuffie | Wichita State | 6-8 | Sophomore br /> MiKyle McIntosh | Illinois State | 6-7 | Junior br /> Eric Mika | BYU | 6-10 | Sophomore br /> Donovan Mitchell | Louisville | 6-3 | Sophomore br /> Malik Monk | Kentucky | 6-3 | Freshman br /> Matthew Morgan | Cornell | 6-3 | Sophomore br /> Shaquille Morris | Wichita State | 6-8 | Junior br /> Johnathan Motley  | Baylor | 6-10 | Junior br /> Svi Mykhailiuk | Kansas | 6-8 | Junior br /> Divine Myles | Stetson | 5-11 | Junior br /> Derick Newton | Stetson | 6-6 | Sophomore br /> Austin Nichols | Virginia | 6-8 | Junior br /> Semi Ojeleye | SMU | 6-7 | Junior br /> Cameron Oliver | Nevada | 6-8 | Sophomore br /> Randy Onwuasor | Southern Utah | 6-3 | Junior br /> Justin Patton  | Creighton | 7-0 | Freshman br /> L.J. Peak | Georgetown | 6-5 | Junior br /> Theo Pinson | North Carolina | 6-6 | Junior br /> Ivan Rabb | California | 6-11 | Sophomore br /> Xavier Rathan-Mayes | Florida State | 6-4 | Junior br /> Devin Robinson | Florida | 6-8 | Junior br /> Josh Robinson | Austin Peay | 6-2 | Junior br /> Martavius Robinson | Lewis & Clark CC (Illinois) | 6-10 | Sophomore          br /> Maverick Rowan | North Carolina State | 6-7 | Sophomore br /> Corey Sanders | Rutgers | 6-2 | Sophomore br /> Victor Sanders | Idaho | 6-5 | Junior br /> Jaaron Simmons | Ohio | 6-1 | Junior br /> Kobi Simmons | Arizona | 6-5 | Freshman br /> Fred Sims Jr. | Chicago State | 6-4 | Sophomore br /> Dennis Smith Jr. | North Carolina State | 6-3 | Freshman br /> Zach Smith | Texas Tech | 6-8 | Junior br /> Kamau Stokes | Kansas State | 6-0 | Sophomore br /> Edmond Sumner | Xavier | 6-6 | Sophomore br /> Caleb Swanigan | Purdue | 6-9 | Sophomore br /> Jayson Tatum | Duke | 6-8 | Freshman br /> Matt Taylor | New Mexico State | 6-4 | Junior br /> James Thompson IV | Eastern Michigan | 6-10 | Sophomore br /> Stephen Thompson Jr. | Oregon State | 6-4 | Sophomore br /> Trevor Thompson | Ohio State | 7-0 | Junior br /> Melo Trimble | Maryland | 6-3 | Junior br /> Craig Victor II | LSU | 6-9 | Junior                    br /> Moritz Wagner | Michigan | 6-11 | Sophomore br /> Tevonn Walker | Valparaiso | 6-2 | Junior br /> Antone Warren | Antelope Valley CC (CA) | 6-10 | Sophomore br /> Thomas Welsh | UCLA | 7-0 | Junior br /> Thomas Wilder | Western Michigan | 6-3 | Junior br /> Cecil Williams | Central Michigan | 6-6 | Junior br /> Johnathan Williams | Gonzaga | 6-9 | Junior br /> Kam Williams | Ohio State | 6-2 | Junior br /> Nigel Williams-Goss | Gonzaga | 6-3 | Junior br /> Christian Wilson | Texas-San Antonio | 6-2 | Junior br /> D.J. Wilson | Michigan | 6-10 | Junior br /> Omer Yurtseven | North Carolina State | 7-0 | Freshman The following is the list of international players who have applied for early entry into the 2017 NBA Draft: strong>Player | Team/Country of Team | Height | Status /strong> Ege Arar | Galatasaray (Turkey) | 6-10 | 1996 DOB br /> Laurynas Beliauskas | Neptunas (Lithuania) | 6-3 | 1997 DOB            br /> Terrence Bieshaar | Joventut (Spain)  | 6-10 | 1997 DOB br /> Simon Birgander | Clavijo (Spain) | 6-10 | 1997 DOB br /> Laurynas Birutis | Vytautas (Lithuania) | 7-1 | 1997 DOB br /> Luka Bozic | Zagreb (Croatia) | 6-7 | 1996 DOB br /> Vlatko Cancar  | Mega Leks (Serbia)  | 6-8 | 1997 DOB br /> Leo Cizmic | Sevilla (Spain) | 6-8 | 1998 DOB            br /> Wesley Alves da Silva | Paulistano (Brazil) | 6-6 | 1996 DOB br /> George de Paula | Paulistano (Brazil) | 6-6 | 1996 DOB br /> Berkan Durmaz | Tofas (Turkey) | 6-8 | 1997 DOB br /> Martynas Echodas | Siauliai (Lithuania) | 6-9 | 1997 DOB br /> Cyrille Eliezer-Vanerot | Levallois (France) | 6-8  | 1996 DOB br /> Aquiles Ferreira | Pinheiros (Brazil) | 6-5 | 1998 DOB br /> Diego Flaccadori | Trento (Italy) | 6-5 | 1996 DOB br /> Tolga Gecim | Banvit (Turkey) | 6-8 | 1996 DOB br /> Yoan Granvorka | Nancy (France) | 6-4 | 1997 DOB br /> Egemen Guven | Karsiyaka (Turkey) | 6-10 | 1996 DOB br /> Isaiah Hartenstein | Zalgiris (Lithuania) | 7-0 | 1998 DOB br /> Karlis Helmanis | RTU Riga (Latvia) | 6-7 | 1997 DOB br /> Aleksa Ilic | Buducnost (Montenegro) | 6-9 | 1996 DOB br /> Jonathan Jeanne | Nancy (France) | 7-2 | 1997 DOB br /> Alpha Kaba | Mega Leks (Serbia) | 6-10 | 1996 DOB br /> Verners Kohs | GBA Sparta (Czech Republic) | 6-8 | 1997 DOB br /> Antonios Koniaris | PAOK (Greece) | 6-4 | 1997 DOB br /> Arnoldas Kulboka | Baunach (Germany) | 6-9 | 1998 DOB br /> Rodions Kurucs  | Barcelona (Spain) | 6-8 | 1998 DOB br /> Axel Louissaint | Lugano (Switzerland) | 6-6 | 1996 DOB br /> Michail Lountzis | Panathinaikos (Greece) | 6-5 | 1998 DOB br /> Gytis Masiulis | Zalgiris (Lithuania) | 6-9 | 1998 DOB br /> Lovro Mazalin | Zadar (Croatia) | 6-9 | 1997 DOB br /> Regimantas Miniotas | Vytautas (Lithuania) | 6-9 | 1996 DOB br /> Kostja Mushidi | Mega Leks (Serbia) | 6-5 | 1998 DOB br /> Margiris Normantas | Lietuvos Rytas (Lithuania) | 6-4 | 1996 DOB br /> Frank Ntilikina | Strasbourg (France) | 6-5 | 1998 DOB br /> Elie Okobo | Pau Orthez (France) | 6-2 | 1997 DOB br /> Viny Okouo | Unicaja (Spain) | 7-2 | 1997 DOB br /> Ayberk Olmaz | Istanbul BSB (Turkey) | 6-10 | 1996 DOB br /> Lucas Pereira | Pinheiros (Brazil) | 6-8 | 1998 DOB br /> Martynas Sajus | Starogard (Poland) | 6-10 | 1996 DOB br /> Borisa Simanic | Crvena Zvezda (Serbia) | 6-10 | 1998 DOB br /> Nik Slavica | Cibona (Croatia) | 6-8 | 1997 DOB br /> Berk Ugurlu | Fenerbahce (Turkey) | 6-3 | 1996 DOB br /> Kristupas Zemaitis | Vytautas (Lithuania) | 6-4 | 1996 DOB br /> Zou Yuchen | Bayi Fubang (China) | 6-10 | 1996 DOB             .....»»

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