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Former Gonzaga center Przemek Karnowski, sidelined by injury since May, 2019, has an opportunity to return to professional basketball.The 7-foot-1 Karnowski is trying out with Stelmet Enea in his native Poland,
Josh Perkins is heading overseas to continue his professional career. The former Gonzaga point guard has signed with GTK Gliwice, the Polish team announced.
Gonzaga’s Filip Petrusev is one of five finalists for the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar center of the year award.
Former Gonzaga center Przemek Karnowski is going home to continue his professional basketball career.
Former Gonzaga center Przemek Karnowski will return to Europe for the upcoming basketball season after signing a contract with Spain’s MoraBanc Andorra La Vella, according to Eurocupbasketball.com.
Gonzaga men’s basketball has been recognized with a National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Team Academic Excellence Award.
Przemek Karnowski’s NBA summer league experience didn’t go quite as anticipated but he made the most of unusual circumstances.
Gonzaga’s Rui Hachimura turned in his second consecutive double-double at the FIBA U19 World Cup, leading Japan to a 76-73 victory in Cairo.
The 7-foot-1 center from Poland became one of the most beloved players in Gonzaga history for several reasons, beginning with his amiable personality.
Former Gonzaga Bulldogs center Przemek Karnowski will play for the Charlotte Hornets in an NBA summer league.
Przemek Karnowski is facing long odds again, but that’s nothing new for the former Gonzaga center.
The transfer market has been good to Gonzaga in recent seasons but the Zags came up short again Tuesday.
Gonzaga center Ryan Edwards plans on working after finishing his broadcasting degree in May and he won’t play his senior season.
In the classroom as on the court, three Gonzaga University basketball players continue to be recognized.
Those way-too-early Top 25 polls are out and Gonzaga is sixth in one, 10th in another.
Przemek Karnowski was motionless during the postgame press conference after the national championship game. He rested his left fist on his cheek and stared blankly at the name tag in front of him on the podium. Finally he was awakened by a question.
When the seven-foot kid from Torun, Poland arrived at Gonzaga University to play basketball in 2012, he made an immediate impact. The previous season wasn’t bad, with a 25-10 record behind a talented squad that included Robert Sacre, Elias Harris and Steven Gray. They beat St. John’s, then lost to Brigham Young University in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
Jordan Mathews might have a trick for guards to avoid Gonzaga’s 7-foot-1, 300-pound behemoth center Przemek Karnowski.
So often, Przemek Karnowski causes concern to his opponents. He’s the big man putting pressure on the inside. He’s the one standing 1,000 feet high and blocking any offensive player who dares to drive through him.
Gonzaga center Przemek Karnowski has been forced to leave the Bulldogs’ Final Four matchup against South Carolina with a right eye injury.