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Americans Winning Titles In Europe

As all European basketball leagues have crowned their 2010-11 season champions, RealGM has checked on how many American players were involved in the celebrations.

RealGM has counted that 107 players from the U.S. became champions in 45 European national leagues this season. Swiss champions Lugano Tigers and Belgium league winner Charlei Spirou were ‘the most American’ champion teams with eight players from the U.S. on their roster in 2010-11.

RealGM presents the European national leagues champions list, where you can find all 107 players names (top-five European national competitions are bolded).

Country

Champion team

American players

Albania

SK Tirana

No American players

Austria

Oberwart Gunners

Kelvin Parker (Northwest Missouri State)

Joe Dean Shaw (Nevada)

Tyrone Sally (West Virginia)

David Gonzalvez  (Richmond)

Azerbaijan

Araz

No American players

Belarus

Minsk-2006

Shawn King (Oral Roberts)

Belgium

Charleroi Spirou

Kyle Weaver (Washington State)

Jahmar Young (New Mexico State)

Dwayne Broyles (James Madison)

Brian Green (Colorado State)

Brent Wright (Florida)

Demond Mallet (McNeese State)

Justin Hamilton (Florida)

Andre Riddick (Kentucky)

Bosnia

Siroki TT

No American players                 

Bulgaria

Lukoil Academik

Brandon Heath (San Diego State)

Travis Peterson (Samford)

Devin Green (Hampton)

Lamont Mach (Angelina College)

Dominc James (Marquette)

Croatia

Zagreb

Josh Heytvelt (Gonzaga)

Alex Renfroe (Belmont)

Cyprus

Etha Engomis

Ken Tutt (Oral Roberts)

Reggie Redding (Villanova)

Czech Republic

CEZ Nymburk

Dionte Christmas (Temple)

Chester Simmons (Washington)

Denmark

Bakken Bears

Charlie Burgess (Texas Tech)

Jahmar Thorpe (Houston)

Estonia

Kalev/Cramo Tallinn

Michael Dunigan (Oregon)

Finland

Kataja

Darren Fells (UC Irvine)

Jared Newson (Tennessee-Martin)

Jason Conley (Missouri)

France

SLUC Nancy

Willie Deane (Purdue)

Tremmell Darden (Niagara)

Terrance Johnson (California Baptist)

Georgia

Army SK Tbilisi

No American players                 

Germany

Brose Baskets

Kyle Hines (NC Greensboro)

Casey Jacobsen (Stanford)

John Goldsberry (NC Wilmington)

Brian Roberts (Dayton)

Reyshawn Terry (North Carolina)

Greece

Panathinaikos

Nick Calathes (Florida)

Mike Batiste (Arizona State)

Drew Nicholas (Maryland)

Holland

ZZ Leiden

Monta McGhee (Lewis)

Thomas Jackson (Butler)

Seamus Boxley (Portland State)

Jesse Smith (Idaho State)

Iceland

KR Reykjavik

Finnur Magnusson (Catawba)

Marcus Walker (Colorado State)

Ireland

Killester

Jermaine Turner (Dowling)

Israel

Maccabi Tel Aviv

Jeremy Pargo (Gonzaga)

Chuck Eidson (South Carolina)

Richard Hendrix (Alabama)

Derrick Sharp (South Florida)

Doron Perkins (Santa Clara)

Italy

Montepaschi Siena

Bo McCalebb (New Orleans)

Malik Hairston (Oregon)

Shaun Stonerook (Ohio State)

David Moss (Indiana State)

Kosovo

Sigal Prishtine

No American players

Latvia

VEF Riga

Tyler Cain (South Dakota)

Trevon Hudges (Wisconsin–Madison)

Lithuania

Zalgiris Kaunas

Marcus Brown (Murray State)

Travis Watson (Virginia)

DeJuan Collins (Louisiana State)

Trent Plaister (BYU)

Omar Samhan (St. Mary's)

Luxembourg

Etzella Ettelbruck

Karim Shabazz (Providence College)

Dustin Scott (Charleston)

Macedonia

Feni Indistrija

Jarrid Frye (Sacred Heart)

Malta

Athleta

No American players

Moldova

BCUASM Chisinau

No American players

Montenegro

Buducnost

No American players

Norway

Baerum

Donald Oatis (Wilberforce)

Vincent Hamilton (Clemson)

Poland

Asseco Prokom

Daniel Ewing (Duke)

Ronnie Burrell (NC Greensboro)

Courtney Eldridge (NC Greensboro)

Qyntel Woods (NEMCC)

Thomas Adams (Hampton)

Portugal

FC Porto Ferpinta

Gregory Stempin (Toledo)

Julian Terrell (Vanderbilt)

Romania

U-Mobitelco CN

Kyndall Dykes (New Orleans)

Stanley Thomson (Fairfield)

Tyler Morris (Boston)

David Lawrence Charleston)

Russia

CSKA Moscow

Jamont Gordon (Mississippi State)

JR Holden (Bucknell)

Trajan Langdon (Duke)

Scotland

Edinburgh Kings

No American players

Serbia

Partizan

James Gist (Maryland)

Curtis Jerrells (Baylor)

Slovakia

Levice

Mike English (UMKC)

Esian Henderson (Central Missouri)

Slovenia

Krka

Chris Booker (Purdue)

Spain

Regal Barcelona

Pete Mickeal (Cincinnati)

Alan Anderson (Michigan State)

Terence Morris (Maryland)

Sweden

Sundsvall Dragons

No American players

Switzerland

Lugano Tigers

Edwin Draughan (Yale)

Derek Stockalper (Cal Poly)

Mike Efevberha (CS Northridge)

Sean Finn (Dayton)

Mohammed Abukar (San Diego State)

Byron Sanders (North Carolina)

Matt Schneiderman (Northern Iowa)

Brody Angley (Santa Clara)

Turkey

Fenerbahce Ulker

Tarence Kinsey (South Carolina)

Sean May (North Carolina)

Ukraine

Budivelnyk Kyiv

Lamayne Wilson (Troy State)

Williams Keys (New Mexico State)

Dewarick Spencer (Arkansas State)

Zach Morley (Wisconsin)

United Kingdom

Liverpool MT

Tafari Toney (Houston)

Nate Reinking (Kent State)

 

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