Spain is next on our list! Look out for these five Americans hooping it up in Spain's ACB Liga, otherwise known as Liga Endesa.
Sylven Landesberg - Movistar Estudiantes
After a solid season with Maccabi Tel Aviv in Israel, Landesberg has been on fire with his new team, averaging 19.8 points in five games across all competitions for Movistar Estudiantes. The shooting guard is known for his scoring, and his great start in one of the world's best leagues has him as one to watch this season.
Gary Neal - CAI Zaragoza
Since Spain is known for having one of the best basketball leagues in the world, there are a lot of former (or future) NBA players among the ranks of Liga ACB. One of these big names is former NBA player Gary Neal. Best known for his days playing for the San Antonio Spurs (2010-2013), Neal will be playing in his first season since the 2009-2010 season when he played for Unicaja Malaga in Spain. It's a well-known fact that the sharpshooter began his pro career abroad, playing in three different countries from 2007-2010. He's off to a great start for Zaragoza, averaging 14.7 points per game to start the season.
Erick Green - Valencia Basket
Another new face in a new place, Green joined Valencia Basket in the offseason after playing for Olympiacos in Greece last year. As with Landesberg, Green had a solid year last season (averaging 9.7 points per game in 67 games) but is off to a great start to the ACB season, scoring 21.3 points per game while dishing out three dimes per contest. This former NBA player is definitely one to watch in the future.
Alex Ruoff - Joventut Badalona
A veteran of the international hoop scene, swingman Alex Ruoff returns to Spain after playing for Bilbao Basket during the 2015-2016 season. Last year Ruoff played in Germany with BG Goettingen after starting the season with MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg. The former West Virginia Mountaineer averaged 15.0 points, 4.8 rebounds and 4.7 assists per game for Goettingen, a balanced game that bodes well for Liga ACB.
Shaquielle McKissic - Herbalife Gran Canaria
While McKissic has had a quieter start to the season than others on this list, he is still a player to take note of this season. The former Arizona State guard averaged 15.7 points per game over his first two seasons as a pro, including 15.3 points and 5.4 rebounds per game last season in Turkey's top division. The forward's ability to score and rebound is one to watch, as well as seeing how his game translates in his third country in as many seasons.