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OlympicsFan    231

Germany will compete without Theis, Zipser, Nowitzki, Kleber, Mushidi and Hartenstein ...

I really think that this team in full strength could have reached the semifinal, but with so many missing players, there is no way that the german team will finish better than 3rd in their group.

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bestmen    917

African champs 2017 U16  : Mali got the title

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OlympicsFan    231
Am 19.7.2017 um 22:47 schrieb OlympicsFan:

Germany will compete without Theis, Zipser, Nowitzki, Kleber, Mushidi and Hartenstein ...

I really think that this team in full strength could have reached the semifinal, but with so many missing players, there is no way that the german team will finish better than 3rd in their group.

Apparently Theis will play at the european championships, very good news for the german team. Schröder, Pleiss (if he is allowed to play), Voigtmann and Theis might do ok, finishing third or even second in the group. Unless Serbia doesnt finish 2nd or worse in their group, there still shouldnt be any chance to fight for a medal.

I think in a couple of years Germany might become a medal contender. With Theis, Voigtmann, Schröder, Zipser, Kleber and talents like Wagner, Mushidi, Hartenstein, Da Silva, Bonga, Jallow or Olinde there might be enough depth and quality in a couple of years. I think 1985 was the only year were at least 2 german players were drafted and i am pretty sure that next year at least 2 german players (out of Bonga, Da Silva, Olinde, Mushidi, Wagner and Jallow) will be drafted. Bonga, Wagner and Mushidi should definitely be drafted, unless they get seriously injured.

At the U20 european championships Greece is currently playing the final against Israel! I think Israel didnt reach too many finals in their history ... ? They seem to have a great bunch of talents.

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dareza    632

Women's Eurobasket 2017 qualifications:

 

A: Bosnia, Iceland, Montenegro, Slovakia

B: Estonia, Poland, Belarus, Turky

C: Albania, Lithuania, Hungary, Russia

D: Portugal, Great Britain, Israel, Greece

E: Finland, Romania, Slovenia, France

F: Bulgaria, Netherlands, Ukraine, Spain

G: Switzerland, Germany, Czech Republic, Belgium

E: Macedonia, Croatia, Sweden, Italy

 

The top team from each one of the eight groups, as well as the six best-finishing second-placed teams, will be qualified

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OlympicsFan    231

Top 60 Clutch Shots: 2017 NBA season

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intoronto    408

:CAN Canada won bronze at the FIBA Women's U-19 World Cup in Italy :clap:This follows the men winning the gold in Egypt. The future of Canadian basketball is bright :)

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dareza    632

USA is not U19 world champion! :yikes: Congrats Russia. What a players are Musina and Vadeeva :bowdown:

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dareza    632

I watched only few matches and I have to say that from this championship future stars imo are Musina and Vadeeva from Russia, Magbegor from Australia and Carter from USA. Japan has interesting team, but there is no big star, unfortunately.

 

Usually I was right about this :p

 

 

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phelps    525
1 hour ago, dareza said:

Idiot. Im glad that he will miss EC now :d


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FWNCCKQwM4

 

 

to be honest, if there's an idiot, that's the Dutch (and I'm not glad he didn't get hurt himself)...he could have broken Gallinari's jaw with that dirty elbowing (which was also totally not necessary in a "friendly" game)...

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Майкл    378
43 minutes ago, phelps said:

to be honest, if there's an idiot, that's the Dutch (and I'm not glad he didn't get hurt himself)...he could have broken Gallinari's jaw with that dirty elbowing (which was also totally not necessary in a "friendly" game)...

 

TBH, it takes two to tango ;) He had no business hitting him because of that faul, there're refs to take care of gamesmanship.

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Henry_Leon    153

The training of :ITA team will have a pause for....... lack of opponent :wacko:

The friendly against :NGR  (August 6th) is deleted cause absence of their National players:facepalm:

Nigeria was also invited in a tournaments of four (11-13 August)

 

:pope::ITA  (what a warm up for Euro.....)

 

 

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