Lockout? What lockout?

This was inspired by LA Bruin's fanshot about Jordan Farmar. Here are 15 more Bruins currently getting paid to play hoops.

Here is my source for info on the men.


TJ Cummings is playing in Japan.

The Bricklayer is living up to his name in Russia. (He's getting paid more than LeBron or Kobe right is wrong with this picture??)

Michael Fey has been quite the world traveler; he's now in Hungary, but not with Janou.

Dan Gadzuric gave up on the Nets and signed in China last month.

Through six games this season, James Keefe is currently second on his Japanese team in scoring.

Lorenzo Mata-Real is shooting 68.9% from the floor in Mexico. (Don't ask about free throws!)

Charles O'Bannon is still playing in Japan.

Travis Reed (transferred to Cal State Long Beach after his soph year) is starting in Germany.

Michael Roll is playing for the Port of Antwerp Giants in Belgium, though I'm having trouble believing he's really shooting 6.3% on threes.

Janou Rubin is starting for a team in Hungary.

J.R. Sakuragi (J.R. Henderson during his years in Westwood) is still playing in Japan as well, now with the Aishin Sea Horses. (I love some of these team names!)

Josh Shipp is in at least his second year of playing in Turkey.

He's not playing anymore, but George (Jiri) Zidek is assistant GM of a team in the Czech Republic that won the Czech Republic Cup each of the last two years. (He's also a member of the Eurobasket Hall of Fame!)


Darxia Morris is starting for a team in Israel.

Moniquee Alexander just left Romania to play in Turkey.

Chinyere Ibekwe played most recently in Belgium.

I'm sure there are likely more women still playing for pay, but frustratingly I couldn't find a master list akin to the one I found for the men, so these were the only Lady Bruins I could find through my google of eurobasket. I don't claim for this to be a definitive list for the men either, but eurobasket is usually a pretty good source. I could look some more, but I need to go to bed.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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