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Andray Blatche

Andray Blatche was a rock solid player in the NBA who had no real reason to leave America. His character has been questioned on some teams, but from a purely basketball point of view, he could certainly have helped some teams.

Anyway, everything turned out differently than expected. After the Big Man appeared at the World Cup for the Philippines in the summer and played an outstanding tournament - he played a key role in the first World Cup victory in the history of the basketball-crazy country - there was no NBA team that wanted to sign him.

In China, however, they took him with a kiss. And what was Blatche doing? He delivered. At the side of Sebastian Telfair, the 28-year-old scored 31.1 points (seventh in the league), got 14.6 rebounds (2), stole the ball 2.8 times (4) and added 5.5 assists each Play on.

It goes without saying that this overall package did not remain hidden from the managers of the NBA. The Miami Heat in particular are said to have a keen interest in Blatche after Chris Bosh's failure. His ex-team from Brooklyn and the Memphis Grizzlies also want to improve their bank with the man from Syracuse. But that shouldn't be it by a long way: The Mavs, Clippers, Trail Blazers and Raptors all still need a bit of size in their squad and should deal with the Blatche personality.

So it looks good with a return. And if he then casually picks up the threesome in the playoffs, the adventure in China has been worth it:

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