The 19-year-old winger is currently preparing for his first season in the NBA. In June, it was drafted by the San Antonio Spurs. He has not yet played in the team’s new jersey, as he tested positive for the coronavirus before the July summer league.
The basketball player decided it would be best for him to drop EuroBasket and focus on preparations with Tottenham. The new NBA season begins on October 18th. Spurs will begin their training camp at the end of September, and their first friendly match will take place on October 2 in Houston.
After long discussions with the San Antonio Spurs, my agent and my family, we decided I’d stay in San Antonio after all to continue preparing for my first season in the NBA: the most important and longest of my career to date. I am only 19 years old, and proper physical and mental preparation for at least 82 matches next season is very important to my development. I hope to become an important part of Tottenham and the Polish national team for years to come! – says Jeremy Suchan, citing PZKosz.
Susan grew up in the British Isles, but he already played in Poland in the youth categories and in 2019 became the best player in Division B of the European Cadet Championship. In February 2021 he made his first-team debut, scoring 18 points against Romania. Because of his studies in the USA, he could not play in the 2023 World Cup qualifiers which were unsuccessful in the Polish championship.
The Polish national team is currently in Athens, where from 17-19 August they will play three friendlies with Greece, Turkey and Georgia. On August 25-28, the Poles await the pre-qualifiers for the European Championship 2025 with Croatia (at home) and Austria (away).
The EuroBasket tournament begins on September 2, Poland will play in the group in Prague. The first match will be against the Czech Republic, and the next day with Finland. The next contenders in the group stage will be Israel (September 5), the Netherlands (September 6) and Serbia (September 8). The top four teams from the group will advance to the next stage in Berlin.
Retired athlete. He is not ashamed of this term, although he admits that until recently, after returning to Poland, he felt like a novice. He made a mistake that has consequences to this day. – I made this grill myself, set it on fire myself and threw it or dropped it – says Michał Żewłakow in an honest conversation with Łukasz Kadziewicz. In the Shadow of Sport tells what he had to face and whether he came to conclusions. Above all, it tells us about the future of Polish football. He points out who he will see as a coach for the national team, explains where he will start to reform our football, and explains why he thinks the first thing to succeed is…to grow up.
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