Bratic and Graves joins Holon
Safsal ,01/14/2010
Hapoel is getting stronger with two additions: Sasa Bratic and Antonio Graves who was lately released from Cibona.

By Ryan Lexer

Graves began the current season at Zagreb. In four Euroleague games, he scored 4.5 points per game while shooting 25% from three against Siena and Barcelona, scored 14 points against Fenerbache Uhlker, and 4 points against Algiris.

In the Adriatic League he recorded 8.8 points, shooting 22% from three (6 from 27) and adding 1.7 assists per evening. His top performance, 19 points, came at the first game of the season against NK Siroki Bosnia.

Bratic, a native of Montenegro, played early in his career in ZeLeznik, Red Star Belgrade, and Belgrade Rbotnitzki. He came to Israel for the 05/06 season and collected two excellent seasons with Galil.

In his first season he had 16.5 points while shooting 66% from two. During his second season he left Galil prematurely because of the second Lebanon War. FIBA forced him to fulfill his contract with Galil and he returned finishing the season with 16.7 points on 62% shooting and also had 4.2 rebounds and 1.9 assists. His career high in the Israeli first division was a 38 point effort against Givat Shmuel.

Latest stories

©All rights reserved