Former warriors are in the euro-playoffs

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» Fri May 02, 2008 3:01 pm
Hey guys just came across this…will bynum and "the future" vonteego cummings is on the same team (maccabi elite) and contending for the euro championship.

Their stats are pretty bad tho…just a warning.

http://www.euroleague.net/competition/t ... ubcode=TEL
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» Fri May 02, 2008 3:10 pm
dstown wrote:Hey guys just came across this…will bynum and "the future" vonteego cummings is on the same team (maccabi elite) and contending for the euro championship.

Their stats are pretty bad tho…just a warning.

http://www.euroleague.net/competition/t ... ubcode=TEL


Yep. They've already made it to the final, where they'll most likely lose to CSKA.

Will Bynum comes from the bench, while Cummings is the starter, but Bynum plays a few more minutes (usually) and looks more effective on the court. Cummings looks... well, like the Cummings of old.

As for the stats, they're not that bad. Keep in mind we're talking about low scoring games, with the final score usually around 60-70 points. It's not like the NBA, so don't expect similar numbers.


As a side note, Marcus Fizer also plays for Maccabi, although he's been injured for most of the season.
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» Fri May 02, 2008 3:44 pm
I saw Trajan Langdon was on the CSKA Moscow roster - I bet he's pretty good in Euro league given he's an undersized guard who can shoot the lights out.
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» Sat May 03, 2008 12:52 am
Thunder wrote:I saw Trajan Langdon was on the CSKA Moscow roster - I bet he's pretty good in Euro league given he's an undersized guard who can shoot the lights out.


Yeah, a bit streaky, but his role is only scoring, and he does that perfectly.

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