Where in the world is Stanley Pringle going?

The answer to that is simple…Belgium. According to the Eurobasket.com Stanley Pringle has reached a deal with the Passe-Partout Leuven Bears. Here is the total release:

Passe Partout Leuven Bears has finalized its roster for the coming season. They have reached an agreement with American guard Stanley Pringle(185-G-87).Pringle is a rookie who played the past 2 years for Penn State.This past season he averaged 12.8 ppg, 3.1 rpg and 2.8 apg. Three point shooting seems to be his forte, making 45 pct of his shots.Penn State won the NCAA’s NIT Championship this past year. 

Ivica Skelin will be coaching Pringle, there isn’t tons to note about Skelin, and even less because for whatever reason if you want to learn anything about anybody in European basketball you have to pay for it on the Internet. No offense to Mr Skelin, but I’ll save my book money.

In other news Jamelle Cornley is very close to signing a 1 or 2 year deal with a team located in Ukraine or Italy, what team is unknown at the time but his agent does have some rep on the streets of Kiev:

 “Arik Kraynis widely recognized as one the leading European sports agents. During his remarkable career, Mr. Krayn has represented over 100 top basketball players in Europe and in the NBA. His firm represents players such as Fesenko Kyrylo, Yotam Halpering, Loren Woods, Kevin Martin, Loul Deng and many more.”
  Its nice to see Jamelle and Stanley get a chance to take their game to  the next level regardless of where that may be. More information on Jamelle will be released as it is known.

~ by blj1887 on August 18, 2009.

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