Halfway through the group stage of the Euroleague we take a look at how some of the most talented young prospects in Europe have been faring in this tough and extremely demanding competition so far. Some prospects have received numerous opportunities to prove their worth to their teams, coaches and the omnipresent NBA scouts in attendance at each game, and have stepped up to the plate in a huge way with some magnificent performances. Others have either not received enough opportunities, not taken the ones they?ve been handed or have completely regressed compared with what was expected out of them.
Part of our Euroleague Stock watch starts with the prospects who have seen their stock drop or remain stable in the first seven games of the season so far. Tiago Splitter
of Tau Vitoria highlights this bunch, with Uros Tripkovic
not very far behind.