National player Justus Holtz drew attention to himself with his strong performance. It might actually lead his way to the NBA this year.
A Hamburg boy wants to cross the pond—and should definitely spark curiosity in North America this summer: National basketball player Justus Hollatz wants to fulfill his NBA dream and scored in this year’s draft. National team coach Gordon Herbert sees the 20-year-old as a potential “future keeper”.
Last year, Holtz already felt a recording draft existed and then dropped out. This season, the professional player from Bundesliga club Hamburg Towers took another big step, once again on the talent award list on June 23 in New York.
“First of all, it is an official move to meet the registration deadline, which ends in the next 12 days,” Holtz said in a press release about the horoscopes. my chances.” His name should also be known in the elite league, Holtz added, “There may also be an opportunity to do one exercise or another.”
According to his consultant Dragan Jankovski of BEO Basket, Holtz has many doors open. “Because of his incredibly strong season, there is a lot of interest from Europe and the NBA,” Jankowski said, according to Hamburger Abendblatt. German top clubs Bayern Munich and Alba Berlin are also said to have knocked on the door – perhaps Holtz, who made his DBB debut at the start of 2021 and could hope to feature at home at this year’s European Championship, is daring for an even bigger leap.
If there is no interest from the NBA, where seven German professionals are currently active, the shooting star will remove his name from the list by June 1 and can try again in 2023.
“Creator. Troublemaker. Reader. Tv nerd. Proud beer advocate. Unable to type with boxing gloves on. Introvert. Certified zombie practitioner. Thinker.”