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Quebradillas Pirates : Plantilla, Calendário, Estadísticas (2021-2022)

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Líderes de equipo

Líderes estadísticos


  • Devin
    2m03 / 6-8
    26 años


  • Thomas
    2m08 / 6-10
    30 años

    17. 2

  • Phillip
    2m04 / 6-8
    19 años



  • Thomas
    2m08 / 6-10
    30 años

    10. 8

  • Devin
    2m03 / 6-8
    26 años


  • Demetrius
    2m01 / 6-7
    30 años

    6. 3


  • Gary
    1m85 / 6-1
    28 años


  • Jamil
    2m01 / 6-7
    31 años

    3. 9

  • William
    1m80 / 5-11
    26 años


Quebradillas Pirates : plantilla

Temporada 2021-2022

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Estadísticas de exjugadores del equipo

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Piratas de Quebradillas | La Guerra del BSN


Date Opponent Time/Score Location
Sun, 11 Jul Cariduros de Fajardo W 88-79 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Fri, 16 Jul Brujos de Guayama L 70-77 Coliseo Dr. Roque Nido Stella
Sun, 18 Jul Leones de Ponce L 93-96 Auditorio Juan Pachín Vicéns
Wed, 21 Jul Grises de Humacao W 109-91 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Sat, 24 Jul Atléticos de San Germán W 95-86 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Mon, 26 Jul Vaqueros de Bayamón L 88-94 Coliseo Rubén Rodríguez
Wed, 28 Jul Indios de Mayagüez W 92-87 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Fri, 30 Jul Capitanes de Arecibo L 80-92 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Thr, 5 Aug Cariduros de Fajardo W 90-88 Coliseo Tomas Dones
Sat, 7 Aug Cangrejeros de Santurce W 108-86 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Mon, 9 Aug Capitanes de Arecibo W 106-99 Coliseo Manuel Petaca Iguina
Wed, 11 Aug Mets de Guaynabo W 97-91 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Wed, 18 Aug Atléticos de San Germán W 119-117 Coliseo Arquelio Torres Ramírez
Thr, 19 Aug Indios de Mayagüez L 73-75 Palacio de Recreación y Deportes
Sun, 22 Aug Leones de Ponce W 90-89 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Thr, 26 Aug Brujos de Guayama W 98-93 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Sat, 28 Aug Cangrejeros de Santurce L 78-103 Coliseo de Puerto Rico (Choliseo)
Tue, 31 Aug Cariduros de Fajardo L 68-86 Coliseo Tomas Dones
Fri, 3 Sep Cariduros de Fajardo L 88-95 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Tue, 7 Sep Leones de Ponce L 75-76 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Thr, 9 Sep Grises de Humacao W 98-73 Humacao Arena
Mon, 13 Sep Indios de Mayagüez W 109-97 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Fri, 17 Sep Capitanes de Arecibo L 91-96 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Sat, 18 Sep Atléticos de San Germán W 113-95 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Mon, 20 Sep Mets de Guaynabo L 86-89 Coliseo Mario “Quijote” Morales
Thr, 23 Sep Vaqueros de Bayamón L 97-100 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Sat, 25 Sep Capitanes de Arecibo W 77-75 Coliseo Manuel Petaca Iguina
Wed, 29 Sep Gigantes de Carolina W 112-102 Coliseo Raymond Dalmau
Fri, 1 Oct Atléticos de San Germán L 101-110 Coliseo Arquelio Torres Ramírez
Sun, 3 Oct Indios de Mayagüez W 98-86 Palacio de Recreación y Deportes
Wed, 6 Oct Leones de Ponce L 94-113 Auditorio Juan Pachín Vicéns
Fri, 8 Oct Gigantes de Carolina W 110-109 Coliseo Guillermo Angulo

brian conklin


  • 1 Biography
  • 2 consecutive clubs
  • 3 awards
  • 4 Personal differences
  • 5 Notes and references
  • 6 External links


Brian Conklin, who studied at Saint-Louis University in Missouri, was not drafted into the NBA when he left the university in 2012. He started his professional career in March 2013 in New Zealand with the Southland Sharks with whom he won the championship. Conklin then plays in Australia and in particular Puerto Rico. In 2016, he signed for the first time in Europe, in France in Nanterre. He won the Coupe de France and the FIBA ​​Europe Cup with Île-de-France before joining CSP Limoges.

Consecutive clubs

  • 2013: Southern Sharks (NBL)
  • 2013-2014: Townsville Crocodiles (NBL)
  • 2014: Southern Sharks (NBL)
  • 2014-2015: Townsville Crocodiles (NBL)
  • 2015: Cangrejeros de Santurce (BSN)
  • 2015-2016: Townsville Crocodiles (NBL)
  • 2016: Piratas de Quebradillas (BSN)
  • 2016: Leones de Santo Domingo (D1)
  • 2016-2017: Nanterre 92 (Pro A)
  • 2017-2018: Limoges CSP (Pro A)
  • 2018-2019: Illawarra Hawks (NBL)
  • 2019:
    • Piratas de Quebradillas (BSN)
    • Indios de Mayaguez (BSN)
  • 2019-2020: Limoges CSP (Jeep Elite)
  • 2020-: Nanterre 92 (Jeep Elite)


  • New Zealand Champion 2013
  • Champion of the Dominican Republic 2016
  • Coupe de France 2017 winner with Nanterre 92
  • European Basketball Cup Winner 2016-2017 with Nanterre-92

Personal differences

  • MVP (in) of the 2014-2015 NBL season with the Townsville Crocodiles

Notes and links

  1. ↑ « Brian Conklin in Nanterre — Basketball — Transfer «, on lequipe. fr, L’Équipe , (accessed 28 July 2020) .

External links

  • Sports related resources :
    • French Basketball Championship
    • Proballers
    • (in) Basketball Help (NBA players in general)
    • (es) Puerto Rico Basketball Championship
    • (ru) EuroBasket (players)
    • (ru) RealGM (players)
    • (ru) SRCBB (players)

Nanterre 92 — Current professional staff

1 Berkhanemeskel • 3 Fortas • 7 8 bouquet • 10 Cordine • 11 14 Condle • 16 Eyango dinggo • 22 DuSSUSUS • 9009 • 33 Stone • 69 Warren • Rebic • Reed • Motum
Trainer: Pascal Donnadier
Assistants: Franck Le Goff, Philippe da Silva

Team Nanterre 92 — Winner of the European Basketball Cup 2016-2017

1 Warren • 5 Zanna • 8 Shaffarcick • 10 Riley • 11 Invernitsi • 14 Conclins • 19 Chuaffe • 20 Moarensey • 21 Butterfield • 27 Panza • 37 Lessor
Coach: Pascal Donnadier
Assistant: Frank Le Goff

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NBA draft pages. Pick 59 — Metta Physics — Blogs

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Wendell Alexis (right)

What is this series of articles about? About the draft picks. Have you ever wondered if there was a single draft number that gave the league the most recognized stars? Not from the top ten, and not even from the third, but some non-obvious one, for example, the 57th? Which number was most often chosen in the second round of the All-Star Game, or even future champions? Which number in the draft was the main supplier of stars, but not the NBA, but, for example, the VTB League?

Numbers have always had a magical meaning for humans. Let’s take a look at the numbers not from the point of view of dry statistics (although we will touch on it a little), but from the point of view of unusual facts. Each article will talk about the historical significance of some draft pick. Let’s go from 60th to 1st, look at the average statistics of the players, how many champions, cost center participants and Hall of Famers each number is fraught with, but let’s not forget about funny and simply entertaining facts. We will consider picks in the draft in the interval from 1950 to 2014. Why 2014? Because the players selected that year spent 5 years in the league — and this is such an experience when you can already judge what the player has shown and what he can still show. Why 1950? Because it was in this year that the first draft took place under the auspices of the NBA.


First, let’s look at the statistics for the 59 picks in the draft:

As we can see, the alignment is somewhat different than with the 60 picks. Here we do not see any members of the Hall of Famers, no rookies of the year, no players with awards for the season — there is only a champion, and he is kind of strange. Total 9out of 64 players played at least one league match. However, do not rush to lose heart that no interesting facts are expected here — of course they are, just not entirely obvious.

Most Valuable Pick

Pat Cummings (59th pick, 1978 draft, Milwaukee Bucks)

, you can call with a scratch Pat Cummings, who spent not the worst 12-year career in the league.

Cummings played as a power forward, shot fairly well and cleanly for his position, including a decent free throw percentage (73.7% career). He spent his varsity career with the Cincinnati team, and still holds the record for single-season field goal percentage (64.2% in 1977-78).

Selected 59th overall by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1978 Draft, but was very, very limited in minutes in the first three seasons, with buffaloes like Bob Lennier, Dave Meyers, Marquis Johnson and Kent Benson in the rotation ahead of him. At 19In 1982, he was traded to the newly formed Dallas Mavericks for a couple of draft picks, where he immediately became the starting center, averaging 12. 5 points and 8.2 rebounds per game. He did not achieve much success with the team (as, indeed, in his career as a whole), but spent two excellent seasons in it.

In the 1984 offseason, he joined the New York Knicks as a free agent. The Knicks signed him to a four-year contract worth more than $2 million (just over $500,000 per season). Fun fact, that year’s rookie, Michael Jordan, was making $550,000 a year, while Magic Johnson had the biggest contract, $2.5 million. Dave Debucher, the Knicks’ director of basketball operations at the time, said that «that’s exactly what the team lacked: a big, strong body.» And indeed — season 1984/85 was the best of Cummings’ career, he scored 15.8 points per game, in 23 games of the season he scored over 20 points, and on January 28, 1985, against the Clippers, he scored a career-high 32 points for himself. Two days later, he improved his record by scoring 34 points against the Phoenix Suns. On that Knicks team, only Bernard King scored more points (32. 9 per game). But Cummings missed the final 19 games of the season with an injury and New York finished the season in last place in the Atlantic Division. In his second year with the Knicks, Cummings again averaged over 15 points per game, again second on the team after rookie center Patrick Ewing. But Pat again suffered a leg injury that haunted him throughout his career, and his role in the team was significantly reduced.

After four seasons with the Knicks, in 1988 he joined the fledgling Miami Heat as a free agent and started in the team’s first NBA game. Cummings was waived at the end of the 1989-90 season, played briefly in Italy, then played 4 games for the Utah Jazz in 1990-91, was waived again and retired at 34. After the end of his career, he had his own real estate business.

Glory to the champions!

Red Robbins (59th pick, 1966, Philadelphia 76ers)

Since there were no NBA champions among all 59 picks, it is worth talking about the ABA champion — Austin «Red» Robbins. I will tell you more about the ABA in the translation of one of the following chapters of the book “FreeDarko Presents: The Undisputed Guide to Pro Basketball History”, now — briefly, for those who hear about this league for the first time. The ABA is a basketball league founded in 1967 and merged with the NBA in 1976. Formed in opposition to the NBA, as it was very difficult to join, including because of the high entry fee. The first commissioner of the ABA was the legendary George Miken. In general, the ABA competed quite well with the NBA, it had its own rules, its own high-class stars. Red Robbins cannot be attributed to the stars, but to good, solid players — for sure.

Austin Robbins got his nickname «Red» because of the red color of his hair, in addition, he had a rather hot temper. Red was quite successful in college, where he played for the University of Tennessee, although they did not become NCAA champions under him, and did not even participate in the playoffs. Despite being one of the top players in the SEC collegiate conference, Robbins was passed by many NBA teams in the 1966 draft and he was only selected 59th by Philadelphia. And faced the sad reality. And reality at the 76ers looked like this — Wilt Chamberlain, Lucius Jackson, Chet Walker and Billy Cunningham.

“Perhaps my overactive ego played a role in the decision,” Robbins himself mused. “But, to tell the truth, I understood that they didn’t really need them. They sent me a contract for $9,000 a year. For my part, I did not sign it and send it to them. And they didn’t answer. I played that season in Italy (Olympia Milano). When I returned, they offered me 9,500 thousand. $500 will be an argument, are you kidding? True, money was not the main problem. I knew I just wasn’t the right fit for the team.»

But in 1967 he was offered a contract by the New Orleans Bucks of the newly formed ABA. “I accepted their offer and never regretted it.” In the ABA, Robbins spent 8 out of 9 seasons of its existence, playing for the New Orleans, Utah Stars, San Diego Conquistadors, Kentucky Colonels, Virginia Squires. He went to the ABA All-Star Games several times, was named to the 2nd ABA All-Star Team at the end of the 1969-70 season, and in 1971 took the championship title with Utah. Career averages are 13.1 points, 10.5 rebounds, 1.7 assists.

In 1975, Robbins returned to Olimpia, with which he won the Cup Winners’ Cup (now the European Cup) in the 1975/1976 season, beating the ASPO Tour team in the final match, after which he ended his professional career. After — owned three sports shoes stores for 8 years. He has also worked on New Orleans Jazz Radio and on TV.

Why is the NBA needed when there is Europe

It doesn’t matter if you have not achieved success in the NBA — you can always turn your attention to other parts of the world. In this category, we will mention those who left their mark (big or not) in the history of basketball in Europe.

In terms of foreign expansion, the 59th picks in the draft were marked by an astronomical number of players who played abroad, and these were not only selected Europeans, but also Americans. Moreover, these players did not just earn money, they became champions of different countries. Let’s take a quick look at this gigantic list.

Nate Johnston (59th overall pick, 1988, Miami Heat)

First on our list is Nate Johnston, a graduate of the University of Tampa. He was one of the first drafted players in the history of the Miami Heat, but in the end he was expelled, and he did not even play one game for them. He spent only one season in the NBA, playing 21 games for Utah and Portland, after which the fun began. Nate hasn’t scored any victories, but he’ll be remembered for the number of teams he played for — and there were quite a few! Hell, the man just loved basketball and traveling: Gandia BA, BC Salamanca (all Spain), Ortakoy (Turkey), BBK Trotamundos, Gaiteros del Zulha (all Venezuela), Pirates of Quebradillas ”, “Capitanes de Arecibo” (all — Puerto Rico), “Deportivo Roca”, “Belgrano de San Nicolas”, “Andino SC” (all — Argentina), “BK Ovarense”, “Oliveirense”, “Madeira” ( all-Portugal), Provincial Osorno (Chile). Solid!

di Jay Strouberry (59th Choice of the Draw 2007 “Phoenix Sans”) 7

Dja Strouberry (right)

DJ managed to noted at the school level when he played for the school level Mater Dei school. He competed in a nationally televised game against St. Vincent High School — St. Mary’s, Akron, Ohio. Try to guess who was the opponent he patronized. And by the way, very successfully — Strawberry was able to decently cover the future King James, he gave out only 33% of the percentage of hits from the field (0 of 8 from the three-point line) and made seven turnovers. DJ also performed well at the college level with the Maryland Terrapins, but suffered a torn ACL in January 2005. In the 2007 draft, he was drafted to the Phoenix Suns, for which he played only 33 games. In 2008, he was traded to Houston and expelled almost immediately. Six days after that, he signed with the Italian Fortitudo until the end of the season, where in April 2009got a torn meniscus, then went to recover in the United States, played in the D-League and the Summer League.

The second entry into Europe began at the end of 2011 with the Lithuanian «Rytas», and after — a two-year contract with «Hapoel», where DJ scored a solid 15. 6 points per game. Then there was the Croatian «Cibona», but after that came a real European success — in 2015 he became the champion of Turkey in the «Karsiyaka», and already in 2016 — the champion of Greece in «Olympiacos». Later, he played for Besiktas for 2 years, and for Gran Canaria for one year.

Damir Markota (59th pick, 2006 draft, San Antonio Spurs)

The first real European in this article, was drafted properly by the San Antonio Spurs but traded immediately to Milwaukee ”, for which he played only 30 games, on which his attitude to the NBA is basically limited. The European career, of course, is much richer in facts, and even more so in titles. The first player in this section, who should be known to Russian fans, spent half a year in Spartak St. Petersburg, in 2008 he moved to Zalgiris and immediately became the champion of the Baltic League and the Lithuanian League, as well as the Lithuanian Cup. The geography of his travels in Europe is very extensive, he played for Cibona, Bilbao, Olimpia Ljubljana, Zagreb, Besiktas, German Brose, Cedevita. Is a three-time champion of the Croatian League (2006, 2018 and 2019), once took the Cup of Croatia and Slovenia.

Xavier Thames (59th pick, 2014 draft, Toronto Raptors)

Marcus Danmon (59th pick, 2012 draft, San Antonio Spurs) 90907- Washington Deron 2008 draft pick, Detroit Pistons)

Rashad Wright (59th overall pick in 2004, Indiana Pacers)

Great four players who never played an NBA game but managed to win in any championship or cup of a European country. Therefore, let’s go briefly.

Xavier Thames — acquaintance with the NBA was limited to participation in the Summer League, as, indeed, the rest of his comrades. Quite an interesting and unusual career, he performed both in Spain and in Israel, but he won the championship title not just anywhere, but in Macedonia! And in 2018, he even played in the New Zealand Championship. Marcus Denmon — played for the University of Missouri and did quite well, even making the Big 12 Conference team twice and almost received the Prize. John Wooden, but also did not reach the NBA. Instead, he went to explore Europe and was very successful — he became the champion of Greece in 2018 as part of Panathinaikos. He currently plays for the Chinese club Zhejiang Golden Bulls. Deron Washington is the winner of the Israeli Cup and the Italian Cup. He currently plays for Reyer Venezia. The last of the glorious four is Rashad Wright, winner of the Belgian Championship with Ostend.

Bojan Dubljevic (59th pick, 2013 draft, Minnesota Timberwolves)

Reigning Spanish league star. He spent the beginning of his career in his native Montenegro, and since 2012 he has been playing as part of Valencia. The list of his regalia is serious: the champion of Spain in 2017, as well as the MVP of the final; two-time winner of the Eurocup (2014,2019), twice — the award for the Best Young Player of the Eurocup (besides him, such a prize was received by Donatas Motejunas, Jonas Valanciunas, and Kristaps Porzingis), four times he got into the Eurocup teams.

Wendell Alexis (59th pick, 1986 draft, Golden State Warriors)

Retired player who was a real star in the German league. But first things first. He was selected in the 1986 draft right before Drazen Petrovic, but never played a single league match, and moved to Europe. The first two years he played in Spain, for Valladolid and Real Madrid, but without success. Later there was a segment of his career in Italy, where he won the first trophy — the Korac Cup (then the third most prestigious tournament in Europe). At 19In 1993, Wendell moved to Maccabi, with whom he took the Israeli Cup and the Israeli Championship. From 1996 to 2002 he played for Alba Berlin, where he spent the best years of his career. Six times in a row he became the champion of Germany, from 1997 to 2002, he was the league MVP four times, took the German Cup three times, went to the All-Star Game five times. Twice participated in the FIBA ​​EuroStars event in 1997 and 1998, which for Europe was then considered an analogue of the NBA All-Star Game. Alba retired his number. Was even part of the US team that played in the World Cup 1998, which, due to the lockout, NBA players did not go.

The Hitchhiker in the NBA

Cedric Toney (59th pick, 1985 draft, Atlanta Hawks)

as many cities in the US as possible.

Of all the players chosen as 59th, Cedric Toni became the leader in the number of teams in his career — and still the same magic number seven! Cedric played only 112 games in the NBA, but at the same time he managed to travel almost the entire country — his track record includes Atlanta, Phoenix, Knicks, Indiana, again Atlanta, Sacramento, and Cleveland where he ended his career. Tony was not particularly good as a player, his most successful season can be considered 1989-90 with Atlanta and Sacramento as he played a total of 64 games for the season, averaging 4.1 points per game, 0.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists.

Cedric now works for ESPN and commentates on college basketball.

Teaching is light!

Kenny Heitz (59th pick, 1969 draft, Milwaukee Bucks)

Kenny Heitz (R)

became the champion of the NCAA, having gone through the crucible of the March Madness. Some were not successful at school and university, but at the same time they were able to achieve significant success at an adult level, and we will see more of such examples, since the series of articles just started from distant peaks. There is a third category — those who were successful as a student, but lost their way in the NBA, or did not play at all. Speaking of 59th spades, then, of course, it is worth remembering Kenny Heitz.

Kenny was the owner of the rare achievement, he is one of the first NCAA players who won several titles in a row, or rather three (1967-1969). Entering UCLA in 1965, he became part of the legendary team of legendary coach John Wooden, whose name now bears the NCAA Player of the Season award.

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