The 1'87 slovak point guard born in 1991, Richard Grznár, is already a leader among the highest scorers of the European U18 Division B after ending with 31 points and 8 of 11 in 3 points shots and be the best in the third day against the powerful Georgia with Nika Metreveli (who has already made his debut in the A2 with Rimini in Italy and has now signed by Montepaschi Siena after being the MVP of the Camp European Without Borders 2007), Tornike Shengelia (in respect of the junior Pamesa) or Konstantine Tomaradze (one of the major players of the last junior FC Barcelona).
Grznár being the highest scorer of the tournament, while first-year junior with 23.3 points on average, ahead of players such as the Czech Jan Vesely (Olimpija Ljubljana) or Tornike Shengelia (Pamesa). In addition, at the moment is listed first in shots (8.7 per game), fourth in field goal percentage three (68.4% with 13 of 19), sixth in shooting percentage (61.9%), eleventh in assists with 3 per game and first in three shots scored (4.3 per game).
The slovak point guard, which already participated in U20 Tournament 07-08 with Fuenlabrada, has led his team to add two wins against the ropes and put the aforementioned Georgia, against whom lost by only 85-79.
Richard Grznár already was highest scorer in the European Championship U16 "B" in 2007 with 27.8 points on average, 5 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game.
Since his 187cm, an impressive leap of power (which allows him to play above the rim with ease) and a great offensive talent, adding in counterattacks, penetrations and a more than acceptable shooting of three, has become the great promise to Slovak has played in the first division of his country.
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