Roy Hibbert, Indiana Pacers — 12.8 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 2.0 bpg, 1.7 apg
Since we last met, o loyal blog followers, Big Roy pulled down a season-high 17 rebounds in a loss to the Celtics. The Pacers are still holding onto the No. 3 seed in the East at 36-22, although they are just two games up on the aforementioned Celtics. Indiana is going to post its first above-.500 record since the 04-05 season, their last with Reggie Miller. Hibbert is fourth in the NBA with 116 blocks so far this season.
Greg Monroe, Detroit Pistons — 15.6 ppg, 9.6 rpg, 2.4 apg
It was the worst week in recent memory for Greg as he averaged just over nine points per during a three-game Piston losing streak. Detroit has nine games remaining and at 21-36, they are destined for their fourth straight losing season. Hopefully they can get Greg some help through the draft
Patrick Ewing Jr., Iowa Energy — 8.7 ppg and 4.3 rpg, and 1.9 apg
Ewing and his Iowa Energy teammates began the defense of their 2011 D-League championship with a 114-103 loss to the Los Angeles D-Fenders in game one of a best-of-three series this past Wednesday.
DaJuan Summers, Free Agent
Nothing new on DaJuan, who hasn’t tweeted in almost a month. Hopefully he is too busy working on his game for a return to the NBA next season.
Chris Wright, Olin Edirne (Turkey) — 12.7 ppg, 4.2 apg
There does not to be appear to be anything new to report about Chris who has not played since March 24th and the subsequent reports that the former Georgetown star had been diagnosed with MS.
Austin Freeman, Marco Polo Shop (Italy) — 20.9 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 2.9 apg
Quite simply, Freeman’s team is miserable. They remain in last place in the Italian second division, which makes them 32nd in the country. I could not recognize any of the former college players on Italy’s top teams. Surely Austin has the talent; hopefully he just needs to adjust to the pro game a little more before he can sign on with a better team.
Jonathan Wallace, Bayern Munich (Germany) — 9.2 ppg, 2.0 apg
Wallace is teammates on Munich with former Pitt forward Chevon Troutman. Remember him? Probably not, but I did; he was pretty good. Bayern are in fifth place in the German league. Wallace led Munich with 22 points on 5 of 8 shooting in a 91-88 victory over the oddly-named New Yorker Phantoms this past Thursday.
Brandon B-B-B-Bowman, Maccabi Rishon (Israel) — 15.8 ppg, 8.2 rpg per game
Maccabi Rishon are current in third place in Israel’s top league, thanks in part to Bowman’s solid work on the offensive end and on the glass. Bowman led his team with 19 points on 7 of 15 shooting in a 77-74 loss to first place Maccabi Tel-Aviv on Thursday.
The most recent news on Sapp is that he “left Polish team Kotwica Kolobrzeg due to an injury.” At the time of his injury, he was averaging 14.1 ppg, 4.8 rpg and 4.3 apg at the time of his injury. No word on what exactly that means, but your faithful Hoyas in the Pros blogger will do his best to track Sapp’s next move.
Julian Vaughn, Antwerp (Belgium) — 5.3 ppg and 3.2 rpg
Antwerp currently sits at the top of the Belgium and, I humbly submit, has an awesome logo.
Photo Credit: Bleacher Report.