Frank Kaminsky Drawing Interest From EuroLeague Teams

After finishing the 2022/23 season with Houston, big man Frank Kaminsky has yet to catch on with a team for 2023/24. Kaminsky remains focused on securing another NBA contract, according to a report from Bojan Brezovac of Mozzart Sport, but has received interest from multiple teams overseas.

According to Brezovac, Serbian team KK Partizan and – as previously reported – Israeli team Maccabi Tel Aviv have interest in Kaminsky. However, the 30-year-old forward/center is only expected to seriously consider a move to Europe after exhausting his NBA options, per Brezovac.

The ninth overall pick in the 2015 draft, Kaminsky has appeared in 413 total regular season games for the Hornets, Suns, Hawks, and Rockets. He didn’t play much last season after returning from 2021 surgery on his right knee, averaging just 2.5 points and 1.4 rebounds in 6.5 minutes per night across 36 appearances with Atlanta and Houston.

Prior to his knee injury, Kaminsky averaged 8.2 PPG, 4.3 RPG, and 1.8 APG with a .468/.344/.682 shooting line in 95 games (17.6 MPG) over three seasons in Phoenix.

Partizan and Maccabi compete in the EuroLeague, widely considered to be the world’s best non-NBA league. They were neck and neck in 2022/23, finishing the regular season with matching 20-14 records. Both clubs pushed their first-round playoff series to the maximum five games, but fell to Real Madrid and AS Monaco, respectively.

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