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Fernando San Emeterio - SF, 6'6, 220
Signed in Spain - Signed with Valencia
       Date of birth: 01/01/1984
       Country: Spain
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2006
     Out of: Valladolid (Spain)
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

Date
League
Transaction
4th August, 2006 Spain Signed a two year contract with Akasvayu Girona.
18th June, 2008 Spain Signed a three year contract with Tau Vitoria [later Caja Laboral].
5th May, 2011 Spain Signed a four year extension with Caja Laboral.
8th July, 2015 Spain Signed a two year contract with Valencia.
When: Where:
2000 - August 2006 Valladolid (Spain)
August 2006 - June 2008 Akasvayu Girona (Spain)
June 2008 - June 2015 Tau Vitoria/Caja Laboral (Spain)
July 2015 - present Valencia (Spain)
From blog:


   An Unnecessarily Exhaustive Guide To The Euroleague Final Eight
2011-03-24

As hinted at above, there is no pure point guard behind Huertas. The role is often defaulted to 24 year old Spaniard Pau Ribas (whose unused maternal surname is the unfortunate "Tossas"), yet he's not a playmaking point guard. He defends the position and shoots the three, but that's about the limit of his role. Brad Oleson can also be seen to take an occasional turn at it, yet he, too, is a scorer. (And a pretty bloody good one at that, although he's scoring only 6ppg in Euroleague play this season.) There's also no real small forward backup to incumbent starter Fernando San Emeterio, but this is not a huge problem, considering that San Emeterio plays the vast majority of every game. San Emeterio is the classic late bloomer; never much of a prospect, he was picked up by Caja Laboral in his mid-twenties, purely to provide domestic depth, yet he's since gone on to be one of their most important players. San Emeterio is something of a point forward, a highly capable if unathletic driver who has developed the three point range to match, and whose playmaking skills allow the Ribas/Logan/Oleson trio to cover the point guard spot when Huertas is out of the game. He is the rare example of the player who breaks out after the age of 25; the hard-working, mistake-free, versatile, team-leading glue guy who ranks second on the team in points, minutes and assists, as well as third in rebounding. So it doesn't matter too much that Bjelica is struggling.

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