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Tomas Satoransky - PG/SG/SF, 6'7, 210
Washington Wizards - Drafted 32nd in 2012, signed in July 2016
       Date of birth: 10/30/1991
       Country: Czech Republic
     Drafted (NBA): 32nd pick, 2012
     Out of: Sevilla (Spain)
  NBA Experience: 1 years
  Hand: Right

26th August, 2009 Spain Signed a five year contract with Cajasol Sevilla.
2012 NBA Draft NBA Drafted 32nd overall by Washington.
11th July, 2014 Spain Signed a two year contract with Barcelona.
7th March, 2016 Spain Signed a four year extension with Barcelona. Included NBA out after each season.
4th July, 2016 Spain Left Barcelona.
21st July, 2016 NBA Signed a three year, $9 million contract with Washington.
When: Where:
2007 - August 2009 USK Praha (Czech Republic)
August 2009 - June 2014 Cajasol Sevilla (Spain)
July 2014 - July 2016 Barcelona (Spain)
July 2016 - present Washington Wizards (NBA)
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With Popovic struggling, Calloway out for all of the regular season, and no real third stringer in place, Cajasol have made do with a two combo guard backcourt of Txemi Urtusan and Louis Bullock. Both are natural scorers and shooters (although Bullock has shot only 30% from downtown this season for whatever reason), yet they've been pressed into service as ball handlers and playmakers. Both have done so before, particularly Bullock, and it works to their advantage that both have the physical tools to defend the point guard position as well. It's had a Mike James/Lindsey Hunter-Pistons days feel to it, and as a duo, they've helped more than Popovic did. It's been both necessary and possible, though, due to the presence on the wing of draft prospect Tomas Satoransky, who has emerged as the primary playmaker. Satoransky has size, athleticism, a smooth handle, passing vision, a greatly improved jumpshot, and a remarkably high IQ for one who was only 18 years old when this season began. He's developing well, and he's developing quickly.

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   2017 NBA Manifesto

Tomas Satoransky
PG/SG/SF, 6’7, 210lbs, 25 years old, 1 year of experience

Not a particularly good rookie year for Satoransky, who was very ineffectual offensively save for a few minutes as a low-key ball handling option and savvy passer, but who was taken out of the rotation (and upgraded on mid-season with Bogdanovic and Jennings) because he simply wasn’t providing enough. What Satoransky did show however was an ability to stick with players on the perimeter, the same quicker opponents he himself has not the ability to blow past. They should be blowing past him, but with good footwork and good effort, Satoransky could stay in front. That bodes well for the future. But he needs to find at least some kind of role offensively.

Player Plan: Two years and a combined $6,129,187 remaining. Ought to be given those two years to see if he can catch up to the speed of the NBA, but he won’t be young at the end of them and is not a future asset any more.

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