Adam Filippi, a Dearborn, Michigan native, is the Director of International Scouting for the Los Angeles Lakers. Grew up living between the US and Italy, he played professionally in the Italian B League. After numerous knee injuries and a playing career that never really took off, at the age of 25, he prefered to start a career in Basketball Operations. As a Player Development Coach he has trained many NBA players such as Kobe Bryant, Chauncey Billups, Joe Johnson Read More »
Da Move, the biggest basketball freestyle show in Italy, is out now with a brand new Showreel, with new features, exploring some new freestyle worlds. Read More »
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Out now!! “This is Da Move,” the brand new DVD contains 45 minutes of pure freestyle passion from jams all around Europe. The biggest basketball freestyle show has footage from Italy and beyond, more than 250 shows with backstage, road, and art images, to go along with the after-party scene and freestyle camp lessons.
Established in 2000 in the Milan suburbs, “Da Move” has represented in all the biggest Tournaments around Italy and Europe. Read More »
Brandon Jennings at the 2008 McDonald’s All-American Game. Photo: highschoolhoop.com If Lance Stephenson decides to forego college to play overseas for a year, it won’t be because of Brandon Jennings’s advice. According to a recent New York Times article, professional ball in Italy hasn’t lived up to the high expectations for the smooth 19-year-old.
“They treat me like I’m a little kid,” Jennings told the Times. “They don’t see me as a man. If you get on a good team, you might not play a lot. Some nights you’ll play a lot; some nights you won’t play at all. That’s just how it is.”
To read Ray Glier’s entire piece on the former Elite 24 MVP, click here.