International Players (14 – 4 free agents)
Kadeem Allen — Hapoel Haifa of Israeli Basketball Premier League
This is Kadeem’s second season with Hapoel Haifa in Israel, hoping he has a great season.
Brandon Ashley — Fortituto Kontatto Bologna, Italian Serie A2 Basket
Ashley joined the South East Melbourne Phoenix of the Australian NBL on January 11, 2022. He left Australia for Italy, and he is now listed as playing in Bologna for Forituto Kontatto.
Daniel Dillon — Waverly Falcons, Australia
Daniel Dillon played at Arizona from 2004-2008 and has played internationally for the last 14 years. He returns to the Australian Waverley Falcons of the NBL1 South where he played in 2011.
Kyle Fogg — Liaoning Flying Leopards (China Basketball League)
In the 2021–22 season, they won their second CBA title after sweeping Zhejiang Lions 4–0 in the final. This will be Fogg’s 10th season playing overseas.
Parker Jackson−Cartwright — ASVEL of the French LNB Pro A and the EuroLeague
On July 5, 2021, PJC signed with a top German team, the Telekom Baskets Bonn of the Basketball Bundesliga. Out of 18 teams in the League, he was voted Easy Credit BBL’s Most Valuable Player of the 2021-22 season! Parker previously won MVP awards with Saint-Quentin in the French League in 2020 and with Cheshire in the British League in 2021. This is his third MVP award in a row. Just let that sink in: PJC is only 26.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson — Atléticos de San Germán, Baloncesto Superior Nacional (BSN) – Puerto Rico
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson recently moved from Turkey, playing for Beşiktaş Icrypex of the Basketbol Süper Ligim. In April 2022, RHJ signed for Atléticos de San Germán located in Puerto Rico. RHJ’s team made it to the finals and he ranked No. 1 in points (111) and rebounds (72) but lost in six games (4-2). His season starts once again in April 2023.
Grant Jerrett — Avtodor of the VTB United League, Russia
Nick Johnson — Nanterre 92 of the LNB France Pro A
Nick Johnson last played for Nanterre 92 in France who began play a week ago. Johnson is not listed on the current roster, so we will keep our eyes open.
Ryan Luther — UCAM Murcia CB, Murcia, Spain
Ryan Luther’s third season playing overseas, he will move from Turkey to UCAM Murcia CB, Murcia, Spain.
Mark Lyons — Elizur Ashkelon, Al Hilal Riyahd
Mark Lyons last played in Isreal for Elizur Ashkelon, but will play his 10th season overseas for Al Hilal in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Nico Mannion — Virtus Bologna, Italian Lega Basket Serie A (LBA) and the EuroLeague
Nico Mannion will play his second season in Italy for Virtus Bologna. Nico is recovered from a past intestinal infection and is playing well.
Keanu Pinder — Cairns Taipans of the National Basketball League (NBL) Australia
In his fifth year playing overseas, Keanu Pinder remains in his home country, Australia.
Dušan Ristić — Urbas Fuenlabrada of the Liga ACB Spain
Dušan Ristić is playing in Spain this year, and it is his seventh year playing overseas.
Kobi Jordan-Simmons — Stal Ostrów Wielkopolski of the Polish Basketball League
Last season, Kobi Simmons played for BM Slam Stal Ostrow in Poland, this season we will see, as RealGM doesn’t list any teams for 2022-23.
Justin Simon — Sydney Kings of the Australian National Basketball League (NBL)
Justin Simon played in Germany for MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg and the Champions League (Bronze Medal). Out of 18 teams, Simon won Defensive Player of the year! Two former Arizona Wildcats out of 18 teams of players earned MVP and DPOY, that’s amazing. Can’t wait to see what Simon does in Australia playing against Keanu Pinder.
Kaleb Tarczewski — Olimpia Milano of the Italian Lega Basket Serie A and the EuroLeague
Derrick Williams — Panathinaikos of the Greek Basket League and the EuroLeague
This is Derrick Williams’ sixth season playing overseas, and this season he will play in Greece after a successful season in Israel.