Cimberio Varese, lost Josh Heytvelt who will be staying in Roma, is seeking the market for starting big man for the coming season.
Two are the names that the Italian management is targeting, both selected in the 2010 NBA draft: Hamady Ndiaye and Dwayne Collins.
Ndiaye, who graduated at Rutgers, was selected by Wizards with the 56th overall after a senior year in which he averaged 9.4ppg, 7.1rpg and 4.5bpg.
Dwayne Collins spent his college career at Miami and was selected by Suns with the 60th overall. In his senior year Collins averaged 12ppg, 7.8rpg and 1.1bpg.
The problem with Collins is that the player is still undecided on whether to start his career in Europe or to wait the Phoenix Suns' training camp in October trying to get a contract for NBA.
Two hot names are still Brandon Hunter and Kris Lang.