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He is the best player I have ever seen personally, but with that he is not cocky or arrogant. He is a genuine person and the way he carries himself is like no other.
That what stands out most about him to me. Not what he does on court', said De'Mon Brooks. I had the luxury to play against many top players in my career.
I would say the one that stood out the most to me was Kelly Olynyk and Thomas Robinson. Those two players during their college years were outstanding players.
I think they were the toughest to me. However, Parker is somewhere on the list', warned De'Mon Brooks. Right away in his rookie season, he was on the go playing in Italy and Israel.
It wasn't most likely what he had expected as he came overseas to split time with two teams, but in the end was thankful for the experience because it was a learning experience that helped his path forward the last years.
I had a lot of ups and downs and had to learn a lot of things from the fly. Additionally being away from home also made it difficult to cope with the adjustment to playing in Europe.
However, I am thankful for that year because it prepared me for a lot of things that many players have never experienced.
Those experiences have given me a new found respect for playing basketball overseas. Personally, it is very difficult to single out one thing as a wake call.
In his second professional season he returned to Italy and this time played with Orsi Derthona Basket Tortona Italy-Serie A2 playing 39 games averaging His consistency from his Davidson NCAA days broke through again as he scored in double figures in 36 of 39 games.
The stretch run of the season turned out to be exciting as he won a five game playoff series and lost a five game playoff series after being down , he fought back to win two, but weren't rewarded in game five for the comeback losing After two seasons in Italy, Brooks who compares his game to a Draymond Greene was ready for a new challenge in season three and decided to come to Germany and joined medi Bayreuth.
The decision to come to Bayreuth wasn't difficult for the North Carolina native as he quickly felt comfortable in the city and he bonded with new coach Raoul Korner quickly.
With the coaching staff and the people here creating such a positive environment it was an easy choice for me. What I like about Coach Korner is that he really cares for everyone in his program and his attention to detail.
There is no stone left unturned, but at the same time he knows how to communicate with his players to get the best out of us. To me he is a players coach and those are the type to create a winning environment', warned De'Mon Brooks.
In his first season with the German club he averaged His two biggest games was scoring 20 points in a huge home win against top German team Alba Berlin and netting 23 points in the game three win against the EWE Baskets Oldenburg.
Despite medi Bayreuth losing in the playoffs against the EWE Baskets, it was a season for the ages for the club as it had reached the playoffs for the first time since the mid 90's.
Near the end of the season the American also knew that the key to the success was coach Korber and the characters of his teammates.
He gave us a lot of freedom on the court, however with that freedom comes responsibility as he holds everyone accountable.
I think that balance has made a huge impact on our team's chemistry and has led to our results. One thing special about this team that we are all good guys that really get along with one another.
But in practice you would think we hate one another because everyone hates to lose. That competitiveness in practice has been a major key to our success as a team because by the time the games come around we know what to expect of one another', warned De'Mon Brooks.
However the club wasn't as successful as the season before where it finished in fourth place finishing in sixth place, but still reaching the playoffs for s second consecutive season which was seen as a big success.
They also played in their first international cup since playing the Korac Cup in playing the Basketball Champions League reaching the quarterfinals, but losing to German team MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg.
Ludwigsburg became their real sore spot in that they just couldn't buy a victory. They were swept in the regular season losing one game by 31 points and scoring only 47 points and then were also swept in the playoffs.
Brook's stats were down a bit from his first season, but overall he was still one of the club's most consistent performers averaging His success on the court with his game is credited to him being a player not just being in one area, but helping out all over the floor.
I am very mobile at the 4 position and I can do a variety of things. But I think my bread and butter is just playing inside and just taking what the defense gives me.
If that is scoring the ball or kicking it out to a teammate', warned De'Mon Brooks. As the playoffs in the BBL were in full swing in May , Medi Bayreuth made the announcement on May 18th that Brooks would return for a third season.
One got the impression quickly from head coach Raoul Korner that it was vital for the club to hold him after hearing his comments.
Korner is more than sure that Brooks is a very important building block for the club with his play on the court and his character and his energy simply infects everyone.
This season medi Bayreuth have started slower than the last two seasons going in the Basketball Champions League and in the BBL are at Despite more scoring power than in his first two seasons, he has started off with a bang averaging 12,8ppg and 6,3rpg in the BBL and is averaging 10,0ppg in the Basketball Champions League and filling up the stat sheet.
The American came to Bayreuth knowing exactly what he was up against and despite all the talent that he faces each season, he is never concerned about having to put up those huge stats.
In Italy I was the first option and had to put up huge numbers in order to be successful as a team. Here in Bayreuth I don't have to do that because everyone here can score the ball.
I try to focus on things that don't show in the stat sheet like improving defensively, setting screens, and improving my spacing.
These are the things that will help me in the long run to become a better player throughout my career', warned De'Mon Brooks.
For a player to become a team lifer like a Quantez Robertson or a Rickey Paulding certain things have to fit. For Quantez Robertson having the comfort of walking to practice in his flip flops from his apartment and having a mall there with a Mcdonalds always had him coming back to play with the Fraport Skyliners and he is currently in his 10th season with them.
He sensed the love from the organization and fans early on and winning the league title in in only his second season surely helped.
Winning the cup final was extra icing on the cake. Also Paulding is a family man and became very comfortable with the country living in Oldenburg and with his kids getting older didn't want them to keep switching schools the more he bounced from country to country.
This just shows how important Paulding's family is to him in that he choses them over himself. He surely would have landed with an Euroleague team years ago and would have earned a lot more money, but that didn't matter to him, but only how his family felt.
That is something very unusual. Paulding even boasts a Oldenburg flag in his yard back home in Missouri. So could Brooks become the next organization lifer with medi Bayreuth?
It really doesn't matter who you talk to opponents, coaches, fans, you won't get anything negative about him.
On the court he is a real fighter. Some weeks ago he suffered a mild concussion and was out for about a week, but was back again soon after.
What many don't know is that he is co-captain and the perfect choice. He rarely makes mistakes on the court and holds the team together and always takes responsibility.
He simply wants and will do everything for his team to win. He is the type of player that every team wants to have exactly as it is for a Quantez Robertson or Rickey Paulding.
After his first season, he already signed early to remain and one quickly senses that there is big love for the team and city. Being a professional basketball player overseas, the opportunity to have that stability and security is rare.
You never know where you will be at next year. Going into the summer your mind is all over the place because you have no idea where you will be going next.
Having that security for me and my family in place that we love and loves us back was the main reason I decided to stay in Bayreuth another year', warned De'Mon Brooks.
It is a mutual feeling for the club medi Bayreuth and Brook's love surely has continued to rise which are the best conditions for the continued development of a club lifer.
One will know that Brooks is on his way of becoming a medi Bayreuth lifer when he raises the beautiful black and yellow Bayreuth flag with two lions at home in the states to proclaim his love for his second home away from home.
Chase Fieler F, college: As aprofessional he has racked up a very impressive 9 professional titkes in Spain and Holland. He played two seasons with Donar Groningen Holland-Eredivisie winning 4 titles.
As a senior he played 34 games averaging He spoke to eurobasket before the Basketball Champions League game in Bayreuth. Chase thanks for talking to eurobasket.
Welcome back to Germany. You have a record against German teams against the Telekom Baskets Bonn. What memories do you have of the thrilling win against Bonn last season in the BCL where you scored 13 points?
I remember we went into overtime. My current teammate Nemanja Djurisic was on the Bonn team. There are always competitive games in the Basketball Champions League.
German teams always play physical and with a lot of energy so it was good coming out with a victory. Your in your fifth professional season and have won 9 professional titles in three countries and also won two A-Sun titles in school.
That is simply amazing. Do you feel like your game and leadership qualities infects your teammates? I think that it is now slowly starting to infect my teammates.
Important for me was that I was always on good teams that had experienced guys. The experience I have gotten the last years has helped me now to be able to lead a team and be helpful in stressful moments.
When a guy like yourself has won so much, do you make it more of a habit to think back on all the titles to add self confidence as being in that winning mode must just always add positive vibes to you?
I think knowing that I have been there before and performed well helps. I think that the experience that I have gotten over the years winning titles helps me overcome obstacles which doesn't allow me to let mistakes multiply.
This is your second season with Oostende and you already have racked up four titles. You held many players and added one American with TJ Williams.
What makes this season's team already special in your mind? We have kept guys from the last years that helped win titles.
They all know what it takes to win. We have a young player with Vincent Kesteloot who has developed well.
TJ Williams a different kind of guard than what we have and he makes our game more dynamic. He has shown early that he can play the European style of basketball.
His game gives us a new kind of aspect in our offense that we didn't have last season. The club picked up talented second year man TJ Williams who had a stellar career at Northeastern.
He had a solid G-League season, but it wasn't great. Do you feel like he is extra motivated this season to show the basketball world that he can be a top player in any league?
Yes I feel that he is extra motivated. He is very talented and has shown already that he can play at this level and he is a very hard worker. I don't know how he did in the G-League, but I know his last year at Northeastern was very good.
He has shown already in two or three games since his injury that he can be a difference maker. When he becomes even more confident in his role than he will become a great player.
Let's talk about your game. You're a cm forward that can do a bit of every thing and can be classified as a modern forward.
If you had to compare your game to an NBA player who would best fit that description? For me to compare myself to an NBA player is very hard.
Maybe like a Ryan Anderson. The style is different in Europe and my game translates more to the game here. I like to play transition and like to pass the ball.
My biggest strength is shooting from the arc You're a player that can really fill up the stat sheet, but what do you feel is a hidden strength in your game that doesn't always get noticed right away on the court?
My hidden strength is my passing. I feel that that is a strong quality in my game that isn't seen.
You kept your amazing title streak alive last season with Oostende winning three. There was only one other American on the squad with Mike Myers.
Was the diverse amount of many nationalities a big reason why the team was so successful? Yes I believe so. I think that when you have so many guys that have played different styles in their careers makes it very difficult for the opponent to prepare for.
We have five players from the Balkan region and they always have good fundamental basketball abilities.
They all are hungry, work hard and want to get better. You played two seasons with Groningen who have had a huge rise in the Dutch league in the last 10 years winning many titles.
You won two league titles in a row. Which one was the sweetest? The first title was the sweetest. We had some adversary at the start of the season.
We didn't have a good start and had personal issues. We had talent, but just couldn't put it together in the beginning.
But we were able to turn it around. We went from being a team in the first half that never knew what kind of team would show up for games to a team in the second half that dominated on the court.
The club held many players for your second season, but please explain how important American Jason Dourisseau has been.
The guy came in and with him the club started to get the winning mentality as he helped get 9 titles. Did some added winning genes get rubbed off on you by him?
Definitely some of his winning genes rubbed off on me. I am still very close to him and talk to him every week. He was the true definition of being a professional on and off the court and taught me how do be like that.
He does so much to stay on top of his game from extra conditioning to foam rolling at night to keeping an eye on his diet.
He has played in many different leagues for different coaches and has a high basketball IQ. He watches multiple NBA games every day.
He also was always helping the young kids get better. It's no coincidence that the team started to rise when he was there.
What was your wake up call to being a rookie in Europe where you knew that you were far away from home? The language barrier in a small town in Spain.
Not many people spoke English there. Some of the players spoke English, but it was generally Spanish. The coach spoke Spanish and there was a translator.
Living life in Spanish and having to figure things out on my own was a big culture shock for me. There was only one other American on the team with Tyler Brown.
How important was he for you in the early part of your rookie season for the adjustment period? He had a great senior year at Illinois State, but after he left in December was out of basketball.
Did that surprise you a bit a man of his talent? It did surprise me a little, but I also could understand it because he had a son living in his home town and he wanted to be with him.
He actually kept more to his own was always on the phone with his family. I was talking more with the older Spanish guys and the Lithuanian player.
You have played many games in your career, but did you make a note of your 22 point, 12 rebound, 5 assist, 1 block and 3 steal game against Penas Huesca which was your real professional break out game?
Yes I do remember that game. It was on the road. I remember it being a good game for me and the team. After this game we went more with the youth and started to play more transition.
I had been struggling with my three point shot, but after that game it got better. What memories do you have of the amazing March Madness run in ?
It was some of the best times in my life. Beating Georgetown on a big stage was huge. I remember preparing for them and the Big East player of the year Otto Porter.
We played fast while they had a slow down offense. Our goal was it to have them play our style.
The game turned after half-time and our style went to our advantage. It was a great experience for a small school being on a big stage.
Before the season nobody knew us, but after the tournament we got so much respect. The recognition that we got was incredible.
What made the team so special? The team had no real star, but guys that all left it out on the court for 40 minutes?
We had many guys that had chips on their shoulders. We had many talented guys that felt that they could of played at bigger schools.
We had many guys that had played at very good high schools. A guy like Sherwood Brown always played hard and didn't back down from anybody.
Our coach just let us play and not let us worry about having to go out when you made a mistake. Knowing this gave us a lot of confidence.
It was a quiet confidence that coach Enfield instilled in all of us. The coaching staff made us think that we could play against anybody.
We were never intimidated to play against anybody. Talk a little about how your game developed in the four years. You were able to consistently improve your scoring and rebound average each season.
How vital was it playing for three head coaches in four seasons? It was very vital for my development playing for three coaches.
It was important that each coach played me different and had me working on different things each off season. My first coach had me working on catch and shoot.
Coach Enfield got me working on the pick and pop and coach Dooley had me working on my post game. I have better foot work now. I was able to build off each coach and add new things to my game.
If we would have lost by 20 points people still would have congratulated us. We knew that they were a very good team and had won the Big East. But we then started to watch film on them.
We saw that we would have an advantage if we played transition. We knew that their bigs wouldn't be able to run with us. We also realized that if they went into the post that we should trap because they aren't good passers out of the post.
We noticed that they weren't a perfect team and gained self confidence. We also knew that we couldn't play their game which was a half court game, but had to play transition so they would run out of energy.
In warm ups we also noticed that they didn't seem as big as we expected them to be. How did head coach Joe Dooley give you that last push as a senior helping you get groomed and prepared for a professional basketball career?
His mindset was to always have the most competitive team possible. He liked to play physical and play bigger than what we really were.
I remember going into my senior year where he compared me to a Kansas player and wanted me to try working on new things that I had never done before.
He wanted me to play in the post and always play tough. This really helped me as I came overseas as I knew that I could never be afraid to play, but always play tough.
Who won a one on one in practice you or Eric Mcknight? I won every game. He was a good guy that worked a lot in his senior year with his back to the basket.
He was a cm center that liked to step out and take the three. Ryan Kelly from Duke and Mason Plumlee who dominated us. If you had to pick your personal favorite starting five of teammates over the years which players would you chose?
That's too difficult to choose. If you had to construct your very own NBA mount Rushmore which 4 heads would you pick? I will always go with Lebron.
He is too big, strong and fast. He does every part of the game better What was the last movie that you saw? Thanks Chase for the chat.
This week's number one is an international center Maik Zirbes , agency: BeoBasket , currently plays in EuroCup. He led his Serbian team Crvena Zvezda to an easy victory against the fifth-ranked Galatasaray crushing them in the Eurocup last Tuesday.
Zirbes scored 15 points and grabbed 4 rebounds. There are only four games left until the end of the Eurocup Regular Season.
So now every game will be critical. This season Zirbes averages: Second place goes to former international center Tibor Pleiss , currently plays in Euroleague.
He could not help Anadolu Efes in their last game. Despite Pleiss' good performance Anadolu Efes was edged on the road by the higher-ranked 3 Armani Milano.
He scored 10 points and grabbed 7 rebounds in 16 minutes. But the season just started, so everything may happen. Pleiss has relatively good stats this year: He played for the German national team in The German player who performed third best last week abroad was an international point guard Dennis Schroeder , currently plays in NBA.
He scored 21 points and added 5 assists. The Oklahoma City Thunder has record this season. It was his team's fifth consecutive victory in a row.
But the season is still in it's first stage and everything can happen. Schroeder has individually a very good season with high stats. Schroeder has a dual citizenship: He is also a member of the German senior national team.
Benzing was MVP of the game. He scored 16 points in 21 minutes. It was the game of the round between two top 4 ranked teams. It was his team's third consecutive victory in a row.
This year Benzing's overall stats are: He is also German national team player. International shooting guard Lucca Staiger , college: Staiger recorded 9 points.
In , the top league was enlarged to a size of 12 teams, and two years later, each division of the second league was also enlarged to 12 teams.
In , the championship mode " Best of five " was applied for the first time. Starting with the —96 season, the first league consisted of 14 teams.
The federal leagues received their own administration within the framework of the German Basketball Federation in Since then, the second league divisions have been administered by the "AG 2.
Bundesliga", while the BBL has been responsible for the first league. Starting with the —04 season, the top league was increased to 16 teams, and in —07, it was further increased to its present size of 18 teams.
These divisions remained under the administration by "AG 2. Between and , the highest level German basketball league was called " Veltins Basketball Bundesliga", and from , until , the league was known as " s.
Bayer Giants Leverkusen hold the league titles won record, being the winner of 14 German Basketball Championships.
Twenty-one teams have won the championship, since its inception. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. List of German basketball champions.
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