|That's a lot of reps at 185.|
Romain Sato - Panathinaikos Athens (Greece) G/F 8.7/2.7/1 Euroleague Champ
|On the far left, holding a pretty boss trophy|
Lionel Chalmers- Lokomotiv (Russia) PG 13.5/3/3.2 and one steal per game
|Chalmers, still always driving|
Anthony Myles- Liaonang (China) F/C 12.7/6.9/.6
Myles bounced around in Europe with little success before landing in China at the end of this season. Despite not starting regularly, Anthony managed several 20+ point performances and was useful on a team that finished near the middle of its league.
Will Caudle- Shimane Susanoo Magic (Japan) F 10.3/5.2/1.1
Finding out where Caudle went after college proved to be a bit of a challenge, but there can be no question he's in Japan now. Shimane finished 24-26 this year but asia-basket.com selected Caudle as the top player on the team.
|Cole toes the line|
Mizayaki was awful in this their inaugural year, but Brandon Cole showed tremendous talent. Cole averaged 19 points and 11 rebounds against Shimaneand his former Xavier teammate. In the second meeting Caudle put up 20 and 12 in matchup that must have taken place many a time in the Cintas Center. The Japan Times featured a nice story on Cole after the tsunami struck.