Frutti Extra Bursaspor
#1 Guard Turkey 2001 Height: 1.95
#3 Forward Turkey 1994 Height: 2.00
#5 Guard United States of America 1992 Height: 1.93
#7 Forward United States of America 1991 Height: 2.11
#8 Guard Turkey 1990 Height: 1.96
#10 Guard Turkey 1983 Height: 1.88
#12 Forward Turkey 1990 Height: 2.12
#14 Guard United States of America 1997 Height: 1.91
#21 Center Turkey 1987 Height: 2.13
#23 Guard Turkey 1991 Height: 1.93
#35 Forward Cameroon 1988 Height: 2.11
#44 Guard Turkey 2004 Height: 1.80
#87 Guard Turkey 2004 Height: 1.91
#99 Forward United States of America 1995 Height: 2.01
Head coach Turkey 1980
EuroCup 2020-21
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Club info

Frutti Extra Bursaspor will be making its international debut in 2020-21 - just one season removed from playing in Turkey’s second division. The team debuted in the Turkish top basketball league in 2019-20 and started the season with a 3-1 record. A 2-5 stretch followed and later a four-game losing streak before Bursaspor put together a four-game winning streak for an 11-12 record and ninth place when the Covid-19 pandemic cancelled the remainder of the season. While Bursaspor will be new to the international game, its new rookie head coach Tutku Acik will not be, as he played 97 games in the EuroLeague with Fenerbahce, Galatasaray and Besiktas - as recently as 2012-13 - and 45 more games in the EuroCup with Turk Telekom and Galatasaray. Now Acik and Bursaspor start their own European adventure.

History

Frutti Extra Bursaspor was founded in 2014 and started playing in the Turkish third division. The team won the regular season in 2016 but finished second in the final stage, getting the jump to the second division. For the second division, Bursaspor brought in Dejan Borovnjak who had 62 games of EuroLeague experience and 46 contests in the EuroCup; and Karlo Vragovic, who was a Croatian youth international and played for Cibona Zagreb in the EuroLeague. The Balkan duo carried the team to fourth in the regular season in 2016-17 and finished the season third, just missing the jump to the Turkish first division. Borovnjak and Vragovic stayed with Bursaspor and helped the team reach the second division semifinals in 2017-18 and then win the league in 2018-19 and earn promotion to the Turkish top flight. Bursaspor’s debut in the top Turkish league started with a 3-1 record and the mark was 11-12 for ninth place when the Covid-19 pandemic cancelled the remainder of the season. Now, Bursaspor starts its maiden European journey.

# Player Pos. H.
1 ILYASOGLU, OMERCAN G 1.95
3 AKDAMAR, TEVFIK F 2.00
5 MUNFORD, XAVIER G 1.93
7 JONES, PERRY F 2.11
8 BATUK, BIRKAN G 1.96
10 ARSLAN, ENDER G 1.88
12 TURKYILMAZ, IZZET F 2.12
14 NEWMAN, MALIK G 1.91
21 SAVAS, OGUZ C 2.13
23 MUTAF, MAXIM G 1.93
35 KADJI, KENNY F 2.11
44 CORBACI, KAAN G 1.80
87 TUYDES, EFE CAN G 1.91
99 HAMILTON, DANIEL DOMONIQUE F 2.01
President:
Sezer Sezgin
Club Address:
29 Ekim Mah. Bursaspor Ibrahim Yazici Tesisleri Ozluce / Nilufer, 16235 Bursa - Turkey
Arena:
TOFAS SPOR SALONU
Fethiye Mahallesi, Nilüfer Hatun Cd. No:133, 16140 Nilüfer/Bursa