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33 International Players Withdraw From NBA Draft

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Thirty-three international players who had declared as early entry candidates for the NBA Draft 2016have withdrawn. There are 60 collegiate and 13 international prospects that remain early entry candidates.

The NBA Draft 2016 will be held on Thursday, June 23 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Here is the list of international players who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the NBA Draft 2016 presented by State Farm:

PLAYER TEAM (COUNTRY*)

Marko Arapovic Cedevita (Croatia)

Ege Arar Galatasaray (Turkey)

Edin Atic Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia)

Romaric Belemene Clinicas Rincon (Spain)

Metecan Birsen Istanbul BSB (Turkey)

Axel Bouteille Chalon (France)

Ilimane Diop Laboral Kutxa (Spain)

Youssoupha Fall Le Mans (France)

Diego Flaccadori Trento (Italy)

Michael Fusek Spirou (Belgium)

Marko Guduric Crvena Zvezda (Serbia)

Egemen Guven Karsiyaka (Turkey)

Ludvig Hakanson Sevilla (Spain)

Ognjen Jaramaz Mega Leks (Serbia)

Alpha Kaba Mega Leks (Serbia)

Vincent Kesteloot Aalstar (Belgium)

Emircan Kosut Efes (Turkey)

Mathias Lessort Chalon (France)

Luc Loubaki Orleans (France)

Blaz Mesicek Union Olimpija (Slovenia)

Aleksej Nikolic Brose Baskets (Germany)

Adam Pechacek Koszalin (Poland)

Petar Rakicevic Metalac (Serbia)

Martynas Sajus Zalgiris (Lithuania)

Jordan Sakho Torrelodones (Spain)

Wesley Sena Bauru (Brazil)

Kenan Sipahi Karsiyaka (Turkey)

Nik Slavica Cibona (Croatia)

Rolands Smits Fuenlabrada (Spain)

Emir Sulejmanovic Barcelona (Spain)

Berk Ugurlu Fenerbahce (Turkey)

Alexander Vezenkov Barcelona (Spain)

Santiago Yusta Obradoiro (Spain)

 

Following is a list of players from colleges and post-graduate institutions who remain early entry candidates for the NBA Draft 2016:

PLAYER SCHOOL

Rosco Allen Stanford

Tony Anderson Southeast Missouri State

Brandon Austin Northwest Florida State

Wade Baldwin IV Vanderbilt

Anthony “Cat” Barber North Carolina State

Malik Beasley Florida State

DeAndre Bembry St. Joseph’s

Ben Bentil Providence

Jaylen Brown California

Lamous Brown Utah State U-Eastern (CC)

Kareem Canty Auburn

Robert Carter Jr. Maryland

Marquese Chriss Washington

Deyonta Davis Michigan State

Cheick Diallo Kansas

Kris Dunn Providence

Henry Ellenson Marquette

Kay Felder Oakland

Brannen Greene Kansas

Daniel Hamilton Connecticut

Cedric Happi Noube Virginia Union

Jordan Hare Rhode Island

Brandon Ingram Duke

Demetrius Jackson Notre Dame

Julian Jacobs USC

Stefan Jankovic Hawaii

Anthony January Cal State-San Bernardino

Damian Jones Vanderbilt

Derrick Jones Jr. UNLV

Nikola Jovanovic USC

Skal Labissiere Kentucky

Jermaine Lawrence Manhattan

Thon Maker Orangeville Prep/Athlete Institute

Emmanuel Malou Yuba CC (CA)

Patrick McCaw UNLV

Zak McLaughlin Gadsden State CC (AL)

Dejounte Murray Washington

Jamal Murray Kentucky

Mamadou Ndiaye UC-Irvine

Chris Obekpa St. John’s

Goodluck Okonoboh UNLV

Chinanu Onuaku Louisville

Jakob Poeltl Utah

Tim Quarterman LSU

Jalen Reynolds Xavier

Malachi Richardson Syracuse

Domantas Sabonis Gonzaga

Wayne Selden Jr. Kansas

Ingrid Sewa Arizona Western College (CC)

Pascal Siakam New Mexico State

Ben Simmons LSU

Diamond Stone Maryland

Isaiah Taylor Texas

Tyler Ulis Kentucky

Aaron Valdes Hawaii

James Webb III Boise State

Isaiah Whitehead Seton Hall

Devin Williams West Virginia

Troy Williams Indiana

Stephen Zimmerman UNLV

 

Following is a list of international players who remain early entry candidates for the NBA Draft 2016:

PLAYER TEAM (COUNTRY*)

Gracin Bakumanya Antibes (France)

Dragan Bender Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel)

Isaia Cordinier Denain (France)

Petr Cornelie Le Mans (France)

Juancho Hernangomez Estudiantes (Spain)

Furkan Korkmaz Efes (Turkey)

Timothe Luwawu Mega Leks (Serbia)

Georgios Papagiannis Panathinaikos (Greece)

Zhou Qi Xinjiang (China)

Guerschon Yabusele Rouen (France)

Rade Zagorac Mega Leks (Serbia)

Ante Zizic Cibona (Croatia)

Ivica Zubac Mega Leks (Serbia)

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of players nationality

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