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July 25th - USA Beats China 106-57 Where are the NBA Level Guards in China 1.3 Billion People ?? - Key Euroleague Team Transfers for 2016-17 Season - Euro U-20 Sunday Final Spain Win Gold Over Lithuania & SG Marc Garcia Named MVP of U-20 Tourney PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 July 2016 14:47

-        FIBA WORLD CUP PODCAST ON NBA.COM EPISODE 172 - JOHN DIMOPOULOS

-       NBA PLAYOFFS & SEASON - TOP EURO PLAYER SCORING GAME HIGHLIGHTS


-        NBA 2016 DRAFT - 13 EURO PROS DRAFTED EJBB HAD 12 PICKS RIGHT

-             BRAZIL 2016 OLYMPICS - QUALIFYING GAME HIGHLIGHTS

- JULY 24 - SPAIN WIN GOLD U-20 CHAMPIONSHIP - FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS

 

-    NBA MEDIA IN USA NEVER MENTION - 2006 GREEK SQUAD LAST TO BEAT USA

-          NAISMITH PICKS YAO MING OVER NICK GALIS 33 PPG CAREER

-   NICK GALIS GAVE GREECE FUTURE STARS - YAO & CHINA FUTURE STARS ??

-    STEPHON MARBURY DOMINATES IN CHINA AT 39 YRS OLD - ZERO CHINA PG's

-  JULY 24 - USA 106 CHINA 57 - WHEN WILL CHINA HAVE NBA LEVEL GUARDS ?

 

-       ALEX ABRINES - LATEST 2ND ROUND EURO TO SIGN IN NBA THIS SUMMER


-                   EUROLEAGUE KEY PLAYER SUMMER TRANSFERS

1. Giannis Bourousis - Center - To Panathinaikos Greece - From Laboral Kutxa Spain

2. Anthony Randolph - PF - To Real Madrid Spain - From Lokomotiv Russia

3. Tyrese Rice - PG - To FC Barcelona Spain - From Khimky Moscow

4. Zoran Dragic - PG - To EA7 Milano Italy - From Khimky Moscow Russia

5. Mike James - PG - To Panathinaikos Greece - From Laboral Kutxa Spain

6. James Anderson - SG - To Darussafaka Turkey - From NBA Kings

7. James Nunnally - SF - To Fenerbahce Turkey - From Avellino Italy

8. Sonny Weems - SF - To Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel - From NBA Sixers

9. Miroslav Raduljica - Center - To EA7 Milano Italy - From Panathinaikos Greece

10. Quincy Miller - SF - To Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel - From Crvena Zvezda Serbia

11. Brad Wanamaker - PG - To Darussafaka Turkey - From Brose Basket Germany

12. Rodrigue Beaubois - PG - To Laboral Kutxa Spain - From Strasbourg France

13. K.C Rivers - SG - To Panathinaikos Greece - From Real Madrid Spain

14. Maik Zirbes - Center - To Maccabi Tel Aviv - From Crvena Zvezda Serbia

15. Austin Daye - SF - To Galatasaray Turkey - From Al Manama Bahrain

16. Dairis Bertans - SG - To Darussfaka Turkey - From Bilbao Spain

17. Ricky Hickman - PG - To EA7 Milano Italy - From Fenerbahce Turkey

18. Jon Diebler - SG - To Galatasaray Turkey - From Anadolu Efes Turkey

19. Victor Claver - PF - To FC Barcelona Spain - From Lokomotiv Russia

20. Charles Jenkins - PG - Crvena Zvezda Serbia - From EA7 Milano Italy

21. DeShaun Thomas - SF - To Anadolu Efes Turkey - From NBA DLeague

22. Erick Green - PG - To Olympiacos Greece - From NBA DLeague

23. Othello Hunter - Center - To Real Madrid Spain - From Olympiacos Geece

24. Deon Thompson - PF - To Galatasaray Turkey - From Bayern Munich Germany

25. Ian Vougioukas - Center - To Panathinaikos Greece - From Zalgiris Lithuania

26. Alen Omic - Center - To Anadolu Efes Turkey - From Gran Canaria Spain

27. James Augustine - PF - To CSKA Moscow Russia - From Khimky Moscow

28. Nenad Krstic - Center - To Galatasaray Turkey - From Anadolu Efes Turkey

29. Kevin Pangos - PG - To Zalgiris Lithuania - From Gran Canaria Spain

30. Adrien Moerman - PF - To Darussafaka Turkey - From Banvit Turkey

31. Joe Alexander - PF - To Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel - From Sassari Italy

32. Dontaye Draper - PG - To Real Madrid Spain - From Lokomotiv Russia

33. Alex Tyus - PF - To Galatasaray Turkey - From Anadolu Efes Turkey

34. Leo Westermann - SG - To Zalgiris Lithuania - From Limoges France

Last Updated on Monday, 25 July 2016 23:56
 
July 23rd - Euro U-20 Semifinal Results the Sunday Final is Set Spain VS Lithuania - Alex Abrines is the Latest Second Round Pick from EJBB Top 13 List and Undrafted Euro to Sign a Deal in NBA this Summer PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 18 July 2016 15:00

-         FIBA WORLD CUP PODCAST ON NBA.COM EPISODE 172 - JOHN DIMOPOULOS

-       NBA PLAYOFFS & NBA SEASON - TOP EURO PLAYER SCORING HIGHLIGHTS


-        NBA 2016 DRAFT - 13 EURO PROS DRAFTED & EJBB HAD 12 PICKS RIGHT

-               BRAZIL 2016 OLYMPICS - QUALIFYING GAME HIGHLIGHTS

-  JULY 23 - EURO U-20 CHAMPIONSHIP SEMIFINALS - FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS

 

-     NBA MEDIA IN USA NEVER MENTION 2006 GREEK SQUAD LAST TO BEAT USA


-       ALEX ABRINES LATEST 2ND ROUND & UNDRAFTED EURO TO SIGN IN NBA

-        EJBB TOP 2ND ROUND EUROS LIST & UNDRAFTED LIST GETTING SMALLER


-              SPANISH SG ALEX ABRINES GOES TO OKC 3 YRS 18 MILLION

The salary cap going up in the NBA this summer has paid out major BIG MONEY deals to NBA players that were free agents and Spanish 22 year old SG Alex Abrines is the latest second round Euro to sign in the NBA this summer from the EJBB top 13 list, as Tomas Satoransky, Davis Bertans and Willy Hernangomez have also grabbed NBA deals this summer and with the NBA salary cap going up even more next summer, do not be surprised if more Euros off the Top 13 list and more Undrafted Euros like Mindaugas Kuzminskas and more former NBA players like Sergio Rodriguez sign next summer to grab the BIG MONEY salary cap money.

The San Antonio Spurs own the rights to Georgios Printezis and could go after him next year and the Sacramento Kings own the rights to late first round pick Serbian SG Bogdan Bogdanovic and just like first round pick Dario Saric did this year, Bogdan Bogdanovic will come to the NBA at the end of next season and just like Undrafted Euros Mirza Teletovic and Boban Marjanovic did in the past, more Undrafted Euros will sign next season like Kuzminkas did with New York this summer, as Giannis Bourousis and Milos Teodosic could make the jump to the NBA next year.    More former NBA players could also make their way back to the NBA next summer, just like Sergio Rodriguez did this year with Philly, as Rudy Fernandez and Nando De Colo could get big money NBA deals next summer when the salary cap goes even higher.

 

1. Tomas Satoransky - PG - Czech Rep - To Wizards - From FC Barcelona - VID - VID

2. Dario Saric - PF - Croatia - To Sixers - From Anadolu Efes - VID - VID

3. Alex Abrines - SG - Spain - To Thunder - From FC Barcelona - VID - VID

4. Mindaugas Kuzminkas - SF-PF - Lithuania - To Knicks - From Unicaja - VID - VID

5. Sergio Rodriguez - PG - Spain - To Sixers - From Real Madrid - VID - VID

6. Davis Bertans - PF - Latvia - To Spurs - From Laboral Kutxa - VID - VID

7. Willy Hernangomez - Center - Spain - To Knicks - From Real Madrid - VID - VID

Last Updated on Saturday, 23 July 2016 22:59
 
July 16th - Saric in Philly Keeps his Word and Signs Contract but Less Money - Bourousis Goes Panathinaikos & NBA Opt-Out - Olympic Qualifying - Croatia & Serbia & France Win Rio Bids to Olympics Dario Saric & Nikola Jokic & Nando De Colo Earn MVP's PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 08 July 2016 19:15

-          FIBA WORLD CUP PODCAST ON NBA.COM EPISODE 172 - JOHN DIMOPOULOS

-          NBA PLAYOFFS & NBA SEASON - TOP EURO PLAYER SCORING HIGHLIGHTS


-      NBA 2016 DRAFT - 13 PRO EUROS DRAFTED & EJBB WAS RIGHT ON 12 PICKS

-           OLYMPIC QUALIFYING - ALL GAME HIGHLIGHTS JULY 4th TO 7th

-  BRAZIL OLYMPICS 2016 - LAST SQUAD TO BEAT NBA USA SQUAD GREECE 2006

 

-          SARIC HAS SOME BEN SIMMONS PASSING SKILLS TO HIS GAME

-               JULY 14 - REPORTS SARIC TO SIGN IN PHILLY JULY 15th

-                EJBB WAS BIG ON SARIC IN PHILLY BEFORE 2014 NBA DRAFT

-   LOOKS LIKE SARIC MAN OF HIS 2 YEAR WORD BUT WILL LOSE BIG MONEY

 

-     JULY 12 - GIANNIS BOUROUSIS SIGNS WITH PANATHINAIKOS NBA OPT-OUT

-    JULY 11 - LEGEND TIM DUNCAN RETIRES  GIANNIS BOUROUSIS TO SPURS ?

 

-                        JULY 10 - OLYMPIC GAMES DRAW OF GROUPS

-                              GROUP A                            GROUP B

-                       1. France                                1. Argentina

-                       2. USA                                    2. Spain

-                       3. Venezuela                         3. Brazil

-                       4. Serbia                                 4. Lithuania

-                       5. China                                  5. Croatia

-                       6. Australia                             6. Nigeria

 

-                     JULY 10th - FRANCE EARN LAST OLYMPICS SPOT

-            CSKA MOSCOW COMBO-GUARD NANDO DE COLO NAMED MVP

-     TONY PARKER & NANDO DE COLO 48 PTS COMBINED IN WIN VS CANADA

-                  EXTENDED VIDEO - FRANCE 83 CANADA 74

1. FRANCE 83 CANADA 74 - STATS - Tony Parker (26 PT) Corey Joseph (20 PT)

 

-                JULY 9 - CROATIA WIN IN OT VS ITALY & GET RIO BID

-          DARIO SARIC SAID HE WILL VISIT SIXERS TEAMMATES IN VEGAS ??

-    BY SIGNING IN PHILLY FOR 2016-17 SARIC MISSING BIG MONEY DEAL

-   EJBB SAYS JON LEUER 4 YR 42 MILLION DEAL IS MONEY SARIC COULD GET

-            DARIO SARIC 18 PT 13 REB WINS MVP & SAYS GOING TO NBA

-                   FULL GAME VIDEO - CROATIA 84 ITALY 78

1. CROATIA 84 ITALY 78 OT - BOXSCORE STATS - EXTENDED VIDEO - EJBB said after the 66-61 win by Croatia over Greece, that if Croatia wanted to beat Italy on their homecourt to get a bid to the Olympics, Bojan Bogdanovic and Dario Saric would have to play big and Mario Hezonja and Krunoslav Simon would have to make deep 3 point shots to quiet the Italian crowd.  Bojan Bogdanovic carried the shooting and scoring load again taking 19 FG shots, making only 6 but 12-13 on FT's, 26 points, Krunoslav Simon hit 6-10 from deep 21 points, Mario Hezonja was just 1-7 on FG and looked out of sync on the offensive end, but Simon going 6-10 from deep was the X-factor in the Croatian win and Sixers first round pick Dario Saric put up another Double-Double and was named MVP ot the Tourney in Italy scoring 18 points grabbing 13 rebounds, on 5-10 FG, 1-2 from deep, 7-8 FT and said after the game that he is headed to the NBA with the Sixers.

 

-                  SERBIA BEAT PUERTO RICO & EARN BID TO OLYMPICS

-   VLADE DIVAC STOLE BOGDAN BOGDANOVIC RIGHTS FROM SUNS 26 PTS IN WIN

2. SERBIA 108 PUERTO RICO 77 - BOXSCORE STATS - EXTENDED VIDEO - Serbia earn a bid to the Rio Olympics, as Fenerbahce SG Bogdan Bogdanovic led the way with 26 points in 24 minutes, on 9-14 FG, 6-10 from deep and dished 8 assists. Bogdanovic has new NBA rights, as Vlade Divac and the Kings traded for him in the Georgios Papagiannis pick and he got major help in the tourney from Denver Center Nikola Jokic scoring 23 points in 22 minutes, on 11-14 FG, 8 rebounds, 6 assists and earned the MVP of the Serbia tourney. Puerto Rico was led by Dallas PG JJBarea with 22 points, making 4-8 deep shots and vet PG Carlos Arroyo announced he will retire from the national team, after his 14 point, 6 assist game. Arroyo is best known for his 2004 great game versus NBA USA squad at the 2004 Olympics leading the tiny island of Puerto Rico to a win over the NBA All-Star squad.


-       JULY 8th - SEMIS - CROATIA GO UP 24 PT EARLY THEN HOLD GREECE OFF

-                       FULL GAME VIDEO - CROATIA 66 GREECE 61

-                 DARIO SARIC - 16 PTS 8 REB VS GREECE - INTERVIEW

-         BOJAN BOGDANOVIC & DARIO SARIC 36 PTS COMBINED VS GREECE

1. CROATIA 66 GREECE 61 - BOXSCORE STATS - Euro national squad Croatia lost to Greece at Eurobasket 2015 as Greek legend PG Vassilis Spanoulis took over the game late in a 72-70 win for Greece, but this year Croatia  jumped on Greece early in the game as Spanoulis was not on the Greek roster with Croatia making shot after shot early in the first quarter and went up 24 points, as this new Greek squad did not have the same type of perimeter 3 point shooting of teams of the past decade that had Vassilis Spanouilis and Dimitris Diamantidis stroking deep shots from the guard spots. Greece was also without good deep shooter Fenerbahce PG Kostas Sloukas and Olympiacos PF Georgios Printezis and steady vet combo-guard Nikos Zisis and though they cruised versus Iran and Mexico in their first two Olympic qualifying games, the lack of defense early in the game and the lack of confidence by PG Nick Calathes going 1-5 from deep for 3 points and Giannis Antetekounmpo was 0-7 from deep, 3-14 FG just 9 points in the game , to stroke the open 3 point shots hurt Greece in the end by taking tougher shots late in the shot clock instead of the open jumper early in the clock. Greece had 12 TO's and Croatia just 6 and Greece was led in scoring by vet SF Stratos Perperoglou with 13 points, on 4-11 FG, but just 2-7 from deep and Ioannis Papapetrou added 9 points, 2-6 from deep, Ioannis Bourousis 8 points, 1-4 deep and Evangelos Mantzaris 3 points, 1-4 deep.

The Croatian squad was without their best Center, as Ante Tomic was not playing, but Croatia was led by Sixers first round pick and Anadolu Efes PF Dario Saric with 16 points, 8 rebounds in 38 minutes, on 6-11 FG, 0-3 deep, 4-8 FT and Nets SG Bojan Bogdanovic with 20 points, who ended just 6-17 FG, 2-8 deep but got off to good start in the 24 point lead,  while SG Krunoslav Simon added 11 points, making 3-8 from deep, helping Croatia get a big early lead. Croatia will play home squad Italy in a packed arena rooting for the Italians to make the Olympics in the Saturday final and for Croatia to get the win and the Olympic berth, Dario Saric and Bojan Bogdanovic will have to play big and Mario Hezonja and Krunoslav Simon will have to make some deep 3 point looks to quiet the home crowd.    Croatia is a nation of only 4 million, but they could be the best future European squad, with Bojan Bogdanovic and good young players Dario Saric, Mario Hezonja and Marko Arapovic on this roster and Dragan Bender, Ivica Zubac, Ante Zizic and Nik Slavica also waiting in the wings to play with the Croatian senior club in the future.

 

-                  ITALY ADVANCE TO PLAY CROATIA IN SATURDAY FINAL

-                 DANILO GALLINARI & NICOLO MELLI 29 PTS COMBINED

2. Italy 79 Mexico 54 - STATS - Danilo Gallinari (15 PT) Francisco Cruz (20 PT)

-                    SERBIA ADVANCE TO PLAY PUERTO RICO IN FINAL

-            BOGDAN BOGDANOVIC & NIKOLA JOKIC 40 PTS COMBINED

3. Serbia 96 Czech Rep 72 - STATS - Bogdan Bogdanovic (21 PT) Tomas Satoransky (14 PT)

-                     PUERTO RICO UPSET LATVIA ADVANCE VS SERBIA

-                  VET PG'S CARLOS ARROYO & JJ BAREA 14 PTS APIECE

4. Puerto Rico 77 Latvia 70 - STATS - John Holland (15 PT) JJanis Timma (16 PT)

 

-                                   JULY 9th - SEMIFINAL MATCHUPS

-                 1. Canada VS New Zealand       2. France VS Turkey


-           JULY 9th - FRANCE WILL PLAY CANADA IN SUNDAY FINAL

-     THOMAS HEURTEL & NANDO DE COLO 30 PTS COMBINED IN WIN

-                      EXTENDED GAME VIDEO

1. France 75 Turkey 63 - STATS - Thomas Heurtel (17 PT) Omer Asik )19 PT)

-   COREY JOSEPH LEADS WITH 23 POINTS WITH NO ANDREW WIGGINS

-                       EXTENDED GAME VIDEO

2. Canada 78 New Zealand 72 - STATS - Corey Joseph (23 PT) C Webster (21 PT)

Last Updated on Saturday, 16 July 2016 12:33
 
July 24th - Euro U-20 Championship Sunday Final - Spain Win Gold over Lithuania and Marc Garcia Named MVP PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 16 July 2016 12:36

-           FIBA WORLD CUP PODCAST ON NBA.COM EPISODE 172 - JOHN DIMOPOULOS

-          NBA PLAYOFFS & NBA SEASON - TOP EURO PLAYER SCORING HIGHLIGHTS


-    NBA 2016 DRAFT - 13 PRO EUROS DRAFTED & EJBB WAS RIGHT ON 12 PICKS

-   OLYMPIC QUALIFYING - DARIO SARIC WINS MVP & SIGNS IN NBA WITH PHILLY

-           JULY 15 - IVICA ZUBAC 16 PTS 11 REB 6 BLOCKS LAKERS SUMMER

-           JULY 15 - DAVIS BERTANS 15 PTS - DRAGAN BENDER 10 PT 9 REB

 

-             JULY 24 - EURO U-20 CHAMPIONSHIP SUNDAY FINAL

-    SPAIN WIN GOLD MARC GARCIA 21 PTS  IS NAMED MVP OT TOURNEY

1. Spain 68 Lithuania 55 - Marc Garcia (21 PT) Ignas Fiodorovas (13 PT)

-        TURKEY WIN BRONZE BERK UGURLU 17 PTS 8 ASSISTS LEADS

2. Turkey 76 Germany 61 - BBerk Ugurlu (17 PT) Andreas Obst (11 PT)

-              EURO U-20 ALL-STAR FIVE TOURNAMENT TEAM

1. Marc Garcia - Spain - SG - MVP - 14.9(PT)4.3(R)1.6(A)

2. Lauri Markkanen - Finland - PF - 24.9(PT)8.6(R)1.0(A)

3. Francisco Alonso - Spain - PG - 13.0(PT)3.7(A)3.4(R)

4. Omer Yurtseven - Turkey - Center - 10.4(PT)5.6(R)1.1(A)

5. Kristupas Zemaitis - Lithuania - PG - SG - 8.4(PT)4.9((A)3.6(R)

 

-                       JULY 23 -  SEMIFINAL ROUND RESULTS

-   SPAIN ADVANCE TO FINAL FRANCISCO ALONSO 22 PTS 11-11 FT 3-8 DEEP

1. Spain 61 Germany 52 - Francisco Alonso (22 PT) Andreas Obst (11 PT)

-       LITHUANIA ADVANCE TO FINAL MARTYNAS SAJUS 17 PTS 12 REB

2. Lithuania 68 Turkey 64 - M Sajus, Ignas Fiodorovas (17 PT) Tolga Gecim (23 PT)

 

-                 JULY 22 - EURO U-20 QUARTERFINAL RESULTS

-     GERMANY, SPAIN, TURKEY & LITHUANIA ALL ADVANCE TO SEMIFINALS

1. Germany 64 Ukraine 52 - Andreas Obst (28 PT) Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk (12 PT)

2. Spain 79 Latvia 70 - Fransisco Alonso (26 PT) Rihards Lomazs (31 PT)

3. Turkey 83 Italy 72 - Ege Arar (24 PT) Diego Flaccadori (17 PT)

4. Lithuania 79 Czech Rep 69 - Martynas Echodas (12 PT 11 R) Viktor Pulpan (13 PT)

 

-                   JULY 20 - EURO U-20 DAY FOUR RESULTS

-     TURKEY ONLY 4-0 SQUAD QUARTERFINALS ARE SET FOR JULY 22

-     ITALY KNOCK DEFENDING CHAMPS SERBIA OUT OF MEDAL ROUND

1. Italy 70 Serbia 65 - Diego Flaccadori (20 PT) Vasilije Vucetic (16 PT)

2. Turkey 82 France 75 - Omer Yurtseven (19 PT) Elie Okobo (23 PT)

3. Czech Rep 79 Slovenia 77 - Matej Svoboda (26 PT) Sandi Grubelic (18 PT)

4. Spain 87 Hungary 66 - Santiago Yusta (13 PT) Balint Mocsan (17 PT)

5. Germany 89 Israel 73 - Jan Wimberg (18 PT) Tamir Blatt (15 PT)

6. Latvia 66 Sweden 53 - Rihards Lomazs (17 PT) Sheriff Drammeh (15 PT)

7. Ukraine 95 Belgium 73 - Sergiy Pavlov (18 PT) Thomas Akyazili (13 PT)

8. Lithuania 81 Finland 62 - Tautvydas Paliukenas (20 PT) Lauri Markkanen (22 PT)


-       JULY 19 - EURO U-20 CHAMPIONSHIP - DAY THREE RESULTS

-                TURKEY IS ONLY 3-0 SQUAD LEFT IN TOURNEY

1. Turkey 81 Hungary 64 - Omer Yurtseven M Cevik (11 PT) B Mocsan, C Antoni (11 PT)

-           GERMANY WIN KOSTJA MUSHIDI 26 PTS 8-12 FG 4-7 DEEP

2. Germany 78 Lithuania 77 - Kostja Mushidi (26 PT) Martynas Sajus (17 PT)

3. Spain 90 Israel 71 - Marc Garcia (17 PT) Daniel Danino (14 PT)

4. Belgium 85 Czech Rep 83 - Tim Lambrecht (20 PT) Matej Svoboda (22 PT)

5. Finland 70 France 65 - Lauri Markkanen (27 PT 12 R) Elie Okobo (18 PT)

6. Serbia 73 Slovenia 68 - Vanja Marinkovic (19 PT) Nejc Zupan (14 PT)

7. Sweden 69 Italy 65 - Sheriff DDrammeh (16 PT) D Flaccadori F Mussini (13 PT)

8. Ukraine 72 Latvia 70 - S Mykhailiuk, S Pavlov (17 PT) K Cavars (18 PT 14 R)

 

- JULY 17 - EURO U-20 CHAMPIONSHIP - DAY TWO RESULTS

-       CZECH REP GO 2-0 SF MATEJ SVOBODA 22 PTS 11 REB LEADS

1. Czech Rep 67 Sweden 61 - Matej Svoboda (22 PT 11 R) Sheriff Drammeh (25 PT)

-            TURKEY & ISRAEL ALSO GO TO 2-0 IN U-20 TOURNEY

2. Turkey 67 Germany 63 - Yigit Arslan (15 PT) Andreas Obst (17 PT)

3. Israel 86 France 66 - Daniel Koperberg (21 PT) Elie Okobo (22 PT)

-    FINLAND WIN IN OT LAURI MARKKANEN 33 PTS 11-18 FG 5-11 DEEP

4. Finland 91 Spain 90 - Lauri Markkanen (33 PT) Marc Garcia (23 PT 10 R)

5. Ukraine 90 Serbia 69 - Oleksandr Kobets (20 PT) Slobodan Jovanovic (13 PT)

6. Lithuania 128 Hungary 69 - Laurynas Birutis ((18 PT) Balint Mocsan (32 PT)

7. Italy 89 Belgium 64 - Diego Flaccadori (16 PT) Sigfredo Ortiz (13 PT)

8. Latvia 78 Slovenia 71 - Klavs Cavars (19 PT 12 R) Nejc Martincic (21 PT)

 

-          JULY 16 - EURO U-20 CHAMPIONSHIP - DAY ONE RESULTS

-                DEFENDING U-20 CHAMPS SERBIA START WITH WIN

1. Serbia 70 Latvia 68 - Stefan Lazarevic (18 PT) Rihards Lomazs (29 PT)

-               SPAIN GETS WIN WITH DEEP BUZZER JUMPER BY MARC GARCIA

2. Spain 60 France 59 - Marc Garcia (14 PT) Amine Noua (14 PT)

-         SON OF DAVID BLATT PG TAMIR BLATT 25 PTS LEADS ISRAEL

3. Israel 81 Finland 72 - Tamir Blatt (25 PT) Lauri Markkanen (18 PT)

4. Turkey 90 Lithuania 68 - Egemen Guven E Arar (13 PT) M Varnas R Miniotas (10 PT)

5. Czech Rep 82 Italy 71 - Matej Svoboda (28 PT) Diego Flaccadori (16 PT)

6. Germany 92 Hungary 44 - Jan Wimberg (20 PT) Marko Krivacevic (10 PT)

7. Sweden 60 Belgium 53 - Sheriff Drammeh (21 PT)  Tim Lambrecht (20 PT)

8. Slovenia 70 Ukraine 68 - Gaber Ozegovic (16 PT) Oleksandr Kobets (21 PT)

Last Updated on Sunday, 24 July 2016 23:26
 
July 8th - Olympic Qualifying Matchups are Set for Friday & Saturday All Eight Euro Squads in Semis - BOBAN # Beast Marjanovic to Detroit 3 Years 21 Million PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 03 July 2016 16:58

-        FIBA WORLD CUP PODCAST ON NBA.COM EPISODE 172 - JOHN DIMOPOULOS

-     NBA PLAYOFFS & NBA SEASON - HIGHLIGHTS OF TOP EURO SCORING GAMES


-      NBA 2016 DRAFT - 13 PRO EUROS DRAFTED & EJBB WAS RIGHT ON 12 PICKS

 

-      - JULY 3 - USA WIN U-17 GOLD SEXTON MVP & MUSA 34 PPG LEADS SCORING

-       JULY 5- KNICKS SIGN MINDAUGAS KUZMINSKAS & WILLY HERNANGOMEZ

-       JULY 7DETROIT SIGNS BOBAN MARJANOVIC 3 YR 21 MILLION # BEAST

 

-   JULY 3 - WIZARDS SIGN SATORANSKY - HE WAS ON EJBB TOP 2ND RD EUROS

-    THREE YEAR DEAL FOR JUST NINE MILLION IS STEAL OF WEEKEND IN NBA

-   BIG MONEY NBA WILL BRING MORE TOP UNDRAFTED & 2ND ROUND EUROS


-    PHILLY SIGNS REAL MADRID PG SERGIO RODRIGUEZ ONE YR 8 MILLION

-  S. RODRIGUEZ WAS 4th BEST EL PG BEHIND SPANOULIS, TEODOSIC, DECOLO

-      UNDRAFTED GIANNIS BOUROUSIS & MINDAUGAS KUZMINSKAS TO NBA ?

-    SERGIO RODRIGUEZ MADRID TEAMMATE SERGIO LLULL TO NBA 2017 ?


-          OLYMPIC QUALIFYER KNOCKOUT SEMIS ARE SET FOR JULY 8 & 9

-    1. France VS Turkey     2. Canada VS New Zealand    3. Greece VS Croatia

-    4. Italy VS Mexico    5. Serbia VS Czech Rep.       6. Puerto Rico VS Latvia


-               JULY 7 - TURKEY WIN WITH USA PG GOING 6-21 FG

-       NOT BOBBY DIXON FAULT JUST TAKING ADVANTAGE OF JOKE RULE

-   HERITAGE GUYS WATCH ON BENCH # JOKE NATURALIZED CITIZEN RULE

1. Turkey 68 Senegal 62 - STATS - Bobby Dixon (USA PG 23 PT) M Ndoye (15 PT)

2. France 66 New Zealand 59 - STATS - M Gelabale (11 PT) C Webster (21 PT)

 

-     JULY 6 - OLYMPIC QUALIFYER - BOTH GREECE & CANADA GO 2-0

-   GIANNIS ANTETEKOUNMPO & GIANNIS BOUROUSIS 37 PTS COMBINED

1. Greece 86 Mexico 70 - FULL GAMESTATS - G Antetekounmpo (21 PT) F Cruz (19 PT)

2. Canada 58 Senegal 55 - STATS - Corey Joseph (13 PT) M Ndour (16 PT)

-      SERBIA GO 2-0 NIKOLA JOKIC & MIROSLAV RADULJICA 30 PT COMB

3. Serbia 83 Angola 60 - STATS - Nikola Jokic (17 PT) R Moore (10 PT)

-              CROATIA GO 1-1 BOJAN BOGDANOVIC 25 PTS

4. Croatia 72 Tunisia 52 - STATS - B Bogdanovic (25 PT) M Roll (21 PT)

5. Czech Rep 87 Japan 61 - STATS - L Palyza (22 PT) N Tsuji (18 PT)

6. New Zealand 89 Philippines 80 - STATS - T Webster (25 PT) A Blatche (30 PT)

 

-         JULY 5 - OLYMPIC QUALIFYING - ITALY GO 2-0 CROATIA 0-1

1. Italy 67 Croatia 60 - STATS - Marco Belinelli (19 PT) Bojan Bogdanovic (26 PT)

-  CROATIA NEEDS TO GIVE HEZONJA MORE SHOTS 3-4 FG 7 PT IN 22 MIN

-   Sixers Pick - Dario Saric - 11(PT)35(M)4-14(FG)1-3(3PT)2-2(FT)10(R)3(A)4(TO)

-      TOO MUCH BOJAN BOGDANOVIC 9-23 FG 2-9 DEEP NEED MORE HEZONJA

-                       NO PORZINGIS BUT LATVIA STILL GO 2-0

2. Latvia 71 Czech Rep 59 - STATS - Dairis Bertans (18 PT) Jan Vesely (10 PT)


-  TURKEY GO JOKE NATURALIZED CITIZEN RULE WITH USA PG BOBBY DIXON

-  HOW CAN TURKEY GET BETTER WHEN DIXON TAKES HERITAGE PG MIN ??

-    USA PG DIXON 0-8 FG WHILE KORKMAZ JUST 4 MIN & SIPAHI 8 MIN

-                   JULY 5 - OLYMPIC QUALIFYER RESULTS

-                        FRANCE & CANADA BOTH GO 1-0

3. Canada 77 Turkey 69 - STATS - Corey Joseph (21 PT) Sinan Guler (14 PT)

4. France 93 Philippines 84 - STATS - Nando De Colo (27 PT) A Blatche (21 PT)

5. Puerto Rico 91 Angola 81 - STATS - Carlos Arroyo, JJ Barea (18 PT)

6. Mexico 75 Iran 70 - STATS - F Cruz (18 PT) B Yakhchali (20 PT)

 

-   JULY 4 - GREECE & LATVIA WIN BIG IN GAME ONE OLYMPIC QUALIFYING

1. Greece 78 Iran 53 - FULL GAMESTATS - Giannis Antetekounmpo (17 PT) H Haddadi

2. Latvia 88 Japan 48 - STATS - D Bertans (20 PT) K Takeuchi (12 PT)

-      ITALY WIN BIG SERBIA SNEAK BY PUERTO RICO NEDOVIC PLAYS BIG

3. Italy 68 Tunisia 41 - STATS - Andrea Bargnani (15 PT) M El Mabrouk (11 PT)

4. Serbia 87 Puerto Rico 81 - STATS - Nemanja Nedovic (14 PT) John Holland (21 PT)


-              FIBA OLYMPIC QUALIFYING TOURNEY JULY 4th TO 10th

-    GREECE, CROATIA & ITALY ALL IN TOUGHEST GROUP LOOKING FOR ONE SPOT

-            Turin Italy

1. Greece  2. Mexico  3. Iran  4. Tunisia  5. Croatia  6. Italy

-           Belgrade Serbia

1. Puerto Rico  2. Angola  3. Serbia  4. Japan  5. Czech Rep  6. Latvia

-         Manila Philippines

1. Turkey  2. Senegal  3. Canada  4. France  5. Philippines  6. New Zealand


-               EIGHT EURO SQUAD ROSTERS FOR THE QUALIFYER

-                               NUMBER ONE SERBIA

1. Milos Teodosic - PG - 6' 5" - CSKA Moscow Russia - 1987

2. Bogdan Bogdanovic - SG - 6' 6" - Fenerbahce Turkey - 1992

3. Nikola Jokic - Center - 6' 10" - Denver NBA - 1995

4. Nikola Kalinic - SF - 6' 8 " - Fenerbahce Turkey - 1991

5. Miroslav Raduljica - Center - 7' 0" - Panathinaikos Greece - 1988

6. Marko Simonovic - SF PF - 6' 8" - Crvena Zvezda Serbia - 1986

7. Nemanja Nedovic - PG - 6' 3" - Unicaja Spain - 1991

8. Stefan Jovic - PG - 6' 5" - Crvena Zvezda Serbia - 1990

9. Stefan Markovic - PG - 6' 5" - Unicaja Spain - 1988

10. Nemanja Dangubic - SG - 6' 5" - Crvena Zvezda Serbia - 1993

11. Vladimir Stimac - Center - 6' 11" - Crvena Zvezda Serbia - 1987

12. Stefan Bircevic - PF - 6' 11" - Partizan Serbia - 1989

-                             NUMBER TWO FRANCE

1. Tony Parker - PG - 6' 1" - San Antonio NBA - 1982

2. Nicolas Batum - SF - 6' 8" - Charlotte NBA - 1988

3. Nando De Colo - PG SG - 6' 5" - CSKA Moscw Russia - 1987

4. Boris Diaw - PF - 6' 8" - San Antonio NBA - 1982

5. Thomas Heurtel - PG SG - 6' 2" - Anadolu Efes Turkey - 1989

6. Joffrey Lauvergne - Center PF - 6' 10" - Denver NBA - 1991

7. Antoine Diot - PG SG - 6' 4" - Valencia Spain - 1989

8. Kim Tillie - Center - 6' 11" - Laboral Kutxa Spain - 1988

9. Charles Kahudi - SF - 6' 6" - ASVEL France - 1987

10. Adrien Moerman - PF - 6' 9" - Banvit Turkey - 1988

11. Mickael Gelabale - SF - 6' 7" - Le Mans France - 1983

12. Florent Pietrus - PF - 6' 7" - Nancy France - 1981

-                         NUMBER THREE ITALY

1. Danilo Gallinari - SF PF - 6' 9" -  Denver NBA - 1988

2. Marco Belinelli - SG - 6' 5" - Charlotte NBA - 1986

3. Luigi Datome - SF - 6' 8" - Fenerbahce Turkey - 1987

4. Alessando Gentile - SF - 6' 7" - EA7 Milano Italy - 1992

5. Andrea Bargnani - 6' 11" - PF Center - Free Agent - 1985

6. Nicolo Melli - PF - 6' 9" - Brose Baskets Germany - 1991

7. Daniel Hackett - PG - 6' 6" - Olympiacos Greece - 1987

8. Pietro Aradori - SG - 6' 4" - Reggio Italy - 1988

9. Marco Cusin - Center - 6' 11" - Vanoli Italy - 1985

10. Giuseppe Poeta - PG - 6' 3" - Trento Italy - 1985

11. Riccardo Cervi - Center - 7' 0" - Avellino Italy - 1991

12. Stefano Tonut - SG - 6' 4" - Venezia Italy - 1993

-                       NUMBER FOUR GREECE

1. Giannis Bourousis - Center - 7' 1" - Free Agent - 1983

2. Giannis Antetekounmpo - PG SF - 6' 11" - Bucks NBA - 1994

3. Kostas Koufos - Center - 7' 0" - Kings NBA - 1989

4. Nick Calathes - PG - 6' 6" - Panathinaikos Greece - 1989

5. Stratos Perperoglou - SF PF - 6' 8" - FC Barcelona Spain - 1984

6. Ioannis Papapetrou - SF - 6' 8" - Olympiacos Greece - 1994

7. Evangelos Mantzaris - PG SG - 6' 5" - Olympiacos Greece - 1990

8. Dimitrios Agravanis - PF - 6' 9" - Olympiacos Greece - 1994

9. Vasilis Charalampopoulos - SF - 6' 8" - Panathinaikos Greece - 1997

10. Thanasis Antetekounmpo - SF SG - 6' 7" - New York NBA - 1992

11. Giannis Athinaiou - SG - 6' 4" - Olympiacos Greece - 1988

12. Georgios Bogris - Center - 6' 11" - Bilbao Spain - 1989

-                          NUMBER FIVE CROATIA

1. Bojan Bogdanovic - SF SG - 6' 7" - Nets NBA - 1989

2. Mario Hezonja - SF SG - 6' 8" - Orlando NBA - 1995

3. Dario Saric - PF SF - 6' 10" - Anadolu Efes Turkey - 1994

4. Krunoslav Simon - SG - 6' 6" - EA7 Milano Italy - 1985

5. Miro Bilan - Center - 7' 0" - Cedevita Croatia - 1989

6. Roko Ukic - PG - 6' 5" - Cedevita Croatia - 1984

7. Rok Stipcevic - PG - 6' 1" - Sassari Italy - 1986

8. Marko Arapovic - PF - 6' 10" - Cedevita Croatia - 1996

9. Luka Babic - SF - 6' 8" - Cedevita Croatia - 1991

10. Darko Planinic - Center - 6' 11" - Laboral Kutxa Spain - 1990

11. Filip Kruslin - SG - 6' 6" - Cibona Croatia - 1989

12. Zeljko Sakic - SF - 6' 8" - Lukoil Bulgaria - 1988

-                           NUMBER SIX  LATVIA - Timma

-                   NUMBER SEVEN CZECH REPUBLIC - Satoransky - Vesely

-                          NUMBER EIGHT TURKEY - Korkmaz

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