Potential First-Rounder Aleksej Pokusevski Enters Draft

Serbian forward Aleksej Pokusevski has entered the draft, according to announcements from agent Alexander Raskovic of Wasserman and from Pokusevski himself (Twitter links).

The 27th overall prospect on ESPN’s big board for 2020, Pokusevski spent most of the season playing in the Greek 2nd Division with Olympiacos’ B team. He was called up by Olympiacos to play for the EuroLeague squad, but appeared in just a single game before the season was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pokusevski, who participated in the Jordan Brand Classic camp back in 2017, has also been part of Serbia’s junior national teams in recent years, playing in the 2018 FIBA U17 World Cup and in the 2019 FIBA European Championship.

Pokusevski won’t turn 19 years old until December, so NBA teams may view him as a candidate to be drafted-and-stashed, rather than as a prospect who will immediately sign a rookie contract.

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2 thoughts on “Potential First-Rounder Aleksej Pokusevski Enters Draft

  1. phillyballers

    Isnt this the guy that was drafted already by the Sixers and traded 10 times but never played in the NBA?

    • x%sure

      Surname suffixes like ski and ova should be illegal. They make names look all the same & hard to stick into a thought.

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