Monday, July 25, 2011

Olympiacos made increased offer to Zisis?

It's curious how this player makes so much money.

According to, Nikos Zisis(1.95-PG/SG) has a better offer from Olympiacos. The Greek finalists want to have a decent partner in the backcourt for Vassilis Spanoulis, who all of a sudden has found himself all alone, with Gordon, Teodosic, Halperin and Papaloukas gone.

At the moment he only has Kostas Sloukas and Kalin Lucas to back him up, who might be young and ambitious but they lack the quality to take up such a task. It's rumored, yet unconfirmed, that there is a buy-out clause in the contract of Zisis around the order of 200,000 euros. Should that be paid, then Zisis would be free to join Olympiacos if he wants. At the moment there is nothing solid on this but it would be a good comeback for Olympiacos should they manage to secure Zisis. He averaged 6 points 1.8 rebounds and 2.6 assists in 22 games in the Euroleague with Siena and also 6.5 points 1.9 rebounds and 3 assists in 36 games in LegaA1.

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Anonymous said...

What did you drink after dinner? Why Nikos could leave Siena, good team also this year, to join a trashed team, also without Spanoulis?

Anonymous said...

what do you mean "without Spanoulis"?!
Spanoulis has agreed to stay you dork and they 've also signed Kalin Lucas, starting pg of Michigan State and Kyle Hines, pf, mvp, and champion of the german finals.