Tsintsadze is back for another run at EuroBasket where he feels most at home, as Georgia's point guard. The 29-year-old has been another regular in coach Igor Kokoskov's set-up and played a big part in the previous two EuroBasket Final Round efforts. Tsintsadze has bounced around a few different clubs in recent years, ending the 2014-15 season alongside many of his national team-mates, with MIA Academy Tbilisi. But he is well settled at international level, as evidenced by the team-high 38.2 minutes per game he played during last summer's successful EuroBasket 2015 2nd Qualification Round. He contributed 6.7 points and 6.5 rebounds per contest during that campaign and will look to pick up where he left off in 2014 as he and Pullen aim to provide Georgia with reliable backcourt options.