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IBL Players Overseas/D-League
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Tyrone White Jr. - Rio Grande Valley Vipers, NBA Development League

A 2014 IBL All Star, White was the 50th overall pick of the Vipers in the D-League Draft and currently plays for Rio Grande. He worked through the 2015 D-League season with averages of 7.6 points, 2.6 assists, and 2.3 rebounds a game, including a monster game of 38 points, 10 assists, and 5 rebounds. He has scored 20 or more points three times in the current D-League season, and it can be expected that his best is still to come.

Blake Poole - SC Lusitania, Portugal Basketball League LPB

2014 IBL Champion, Defensive Player of the Year and All Star 2014 IBL Champion, Defensive Player of the Year and All Star played in Portugal after 3 successful seasons in Germany. He lead the IBL with 14.8rpg, now leading the LPB with 14.3rpg, Poole recently earned Player of the Week, check out game film here. A captain of the 2014 IBL league champions, the Bellingham Slam, Poole’s leadership and skill are invaluable aspects of a winning team.

Andre Murray - Bambitious Nara, bj-League

A 2012 and 2014 IBL MVP, Andre Murray's first bj-League season led to him putting up 13.7ppg. The 5x IBL All Star helped keep his bj-League team competitive throughout the entire season.

Chehales Tapscott - Bambitious Nara, bj-League

2013 IBL MVP and All Star, most recently named 2014 QBL MVP for Australia's Rockhampton taking the Scoring Title and First Team All Star, Tapscott's bj-League season is in full swing in Japan averaging 16.6ppg, 9rbs, check out his latest video for the team, and games online here.

Adam Herman - Plasencia Extremadura LEB Silver

2014 IBL Rookie of the Year transitioned his game and hit a high of 41 points for Plasencia while recently showcasing his talents in Spain, his first time overseas making an impact in the LEB Silver league. He continues to improve on his impressive game, giving reason for his competition to remember his name.

Germain Jordan - UMEA BSKT, Sweden

2014 and 2013 IBL Most Improved Player has seen his first pre-season action with UMEA, and now spotlight is on the talented Portland native as he keeps building his game overseas leading the Basketligan league with 11rpg, and is 2nd in ppg at 21.6. Check out his game film here.

Brian Morris - Boncourt, LNA-Switzerland

2014 IBL All Star returned to the Volcanoes roster this season, putting up a double double every game to improve his chances of going back overseas to where he will attempt to keep his team at the number one spot in the LNA. In the playoffs alone, Morris averaged 19.8 points, 13.3 rebounds, and 3.4 assists for Boncourt.

Austin Bragg - Heilos Dumzale, Telemach League, Slovenia

2014 IBL Champion and MVP of the championship game fresh out of college to the pros with the Slam is officially signed in Slovenia with the Helios Suns. He averaged 3.7 assists per game from the post, while becoming an exciting addition for the Suns in his first year overseas.

Rico Wilkins - Vaerlose BBK, Ligaen, Denmark

Coming off an excellent season with the Slam, averaging 14.1ppg as the teasm sixth man, Wilkins decided to take his talents to the top league in Denmark this past fall, adding overseas experience to his already impressive basketball resume.

Keith 'Tiny' Gallon Formerly of the Lone Star Strikers

Tiny is back with Delaware 87ers after averaging 18.9 points and 9.1 rebounds per game during 2013-14 D-League season. The 47th pick of the 2010 NBA draft, Gallon resigned with the Henan Shedianlaojiu NBL team from China. During the 2014 season with this same Chinese team, Gallon exploded, averaging 38,6 points and 15.5 rebounds in 42.4 minutes through 19 games.

Marcelus Kemp - Baloncesto Sevilla Spain, Liga Endesa

This 2014 IBL All Star has a long resume overseas from Italy to Venezuela and now in the top league in Spain. After averaging 21.2 ppg for the Seattle Flight of the IBL in 4 games during the 2014 season, Kemp is a proven scorer who brings an elite offensive game to the Spanish League.

Joe Burton - Landstede Basketbal, Dutch Basketball League

2013 IBL Rookie of the Year came back to the Sabres this season for Coach Becerra but quickly found himself in high demand overseas and has landed in Holland playing for Landstede Basketbal. He has averaged 14.2 ppg and 9.7 rpg in 32 games over this past season with Landstede, and quickly became one of the most played athletes on the team.

Seamus Boxley - Limburg United, Ethias League, Belgium

The talented Seattle athlete went from the Ukraine to the Flight and is now in Belgium. He logged 17 games in the Superleague in the Ukraine and was able to produce averages of 13.2 ppg and 7.8 rpg. Boxley helped his club reach the Ukrainian Cup semifinals in 2014.

Cameron McCaffrey - China National Tour

Joining the Volcanoes after his return from Georgia with Batumi, putting up double figures, McCaffrey is currently in China on a tour with high level talented teammates including NBA D-League standout Anthony Mason Jr. The true point guard is a reliable and capable threat on the offensive end, running a team full of talented American players on this National Tour.

Avery Scharer - KL Dragons, Asean Basketball League (ABL)

On the court with Seattle this IBL season, Scharer put up 7.7apg in 48 minutes. He is now leading the ABL in APG at 6.25 as a Dragon. Scharer also averaged an impressive 19.5 points, 7.2 assists, and 6.4 rebounds a game in his MNLB campaign.

Giovonne Woods - Al Shurtah, Iraq D1

A vet in the game with multiple seasons in the IBL, Woods went from the Seattle Flight on a flight all the way to the middle east now on the court with Al Shurtah, enjoying culture off the court.

Porter Troupe - Energia Rovinari Targu Jiu, Romania

This IBL All Star spent more than three seasons in the IBL and stays ballin overseas, currently in Romania back with the Energia Rovinari Eurochallenge team in the Top 5 check out game video here as Troupe continues to put up buckets.

Lawrence Blackledge - Iwate Big Bulls, bj-League

Being quoted as getting his start in the pros with the IBL, this 70" wing spanned talent is always good for a few highlights when he is on the court, now in his 5th season in the bj-League, third with the Big Bulls, where they lost a heart-breaker last season in the championship.

Wayne Marshall - Yokohama B-Corsairs, bj-League

Taking full advantage of his experience and exposure in the IBL, the big man from Temple is now in his fifth year in the bj-League competing with the B-Corsairs again this season they will look to place higher than 8th from last season.

Garrett Sim - Crailsheim Merlins, BBL Germany

Returning from Germany Pro-A and his time with Jena , Sim was missed this season from his 15+ppg 2013 performance with the Volcanoes , and after taking time for his body to heal he is back, moving up in the game with the Merlins in the BBL.

Joe Wolfinger - Tokyo Excellence, NBDL, Japan

The former Chinook, 7'1" Big Man Wolfinger, returns to Japan this fall for a repeat to take the Championship again for Tokyo in this development league with help from translators to understand his coaches

Michael Duty - Avila, Spain LEB Silver

Based in Central Spain, the Obila team competes as a member of the Spanish Basketball League's third-tier Silver division where last season Duty averaged 11ppg, 5rpg scoring in double figures 16 times.