Deni Avdija 2018-09-04T07:47:27+00:00

Deni Avdija

Height: 203cm – 6’8’’
Born: 03.01.2001
Nationality: Israel
Position: Forward
Current team: Maccabi Tel A.

Of 2001 Generation


2018BWB Europe Camp6'7.52106'9101.53135

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