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curry signed new deal worth 200m for 5 years.:yikes:

worlds gone mad

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Dutch team completely ignoring the NZL haka at the U18 3x3 world champs :d 

 

Live stream for the semi's, starting now:

 

 

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Just read we naturalized a 27 years old American guy named Andre Jones right before the upcoming World Cup pre-qualification tournament :mumble: Maybe we will win a match or two now :lol:

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Serbia without Jokic and Bjelica on EC :(

 

Team for preparations:

 

    Marko GUDURIĆ - March 08, 1995, 197 cm, Crvena zvezda MTS
    
Branko LAZIC - January 12, 1989, 194 cm,  Crvena zvezda MTS
    
Marko SIMONOVIĆ - May 30, 1986, 203 cm,  Crvena zvezda MTS
    
Ognjen KUZMIĆ - 16.05.1990, 213 cm, Crvena zvezda MTS
    
Stefan JOVIĆ - 03.11.1990, 194 cm, Crvena zvezda MTS
    
Stefan BIRČEVIĆ - 13.12.1989, 210 cm,  Partizan NIS
    
Miloš TEODOSIĆ - 19.03.1987, 195 cm,  CSKA
    
Vladimir LUČIĆ - 17.06.1989, 202 cm, Bayern Munich
    
Bogdan BOGDANOVIĆ - August 18, 1992, Fenerbahce
    
Nikola KALINIĆ - 08.11.1991, 202 cm, wing, Fenerbahce
    
Vladimir ŠTIMAC - August 25, 1987, 211 cm, Besiktas
    
Milan MAČVAN - 16.11.1989, 205 cm, Armani Milano
    
Miroslav RADULJICA - 05.01.1988, 213 cm, Armani Milano
    
Dragan MILOSAVLJEVIC - May 11, 1989, 198 cm, Alba Berlin
    
Nemanja NEDOVIĆ - 16.06.1991, 191 cm,  Unikaha
    
Vasilije MICIĆ - 13.01.1994. 196 cm,  Žalgiris
    
Boban MARJANOVIĆ - 15.08.1988, 222 cm, Detroit Pistons

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12 hours ago, dareza said:

Serbia without Jokic and Bjelica on EC :(

 

Team for preparations:

 

    Marko GUDURIĆ - March 08, 1995, 197 cm, Crvena zvezda MTS
    
Branko LAZIC - January 12, 1989, 194 cm,  Crvena zvezda MTS
    
Marko SIMONOVIĆ - May 30, 1986, 203 cm,  Crvena zvezda MTS
    
Ognjen KUZMIĆ - 16.05.1990, 213 cm, Crvena zvezda MTS
    
Stefan JOVIĆ - 03.11.1990, 194 cm, Crvena zvezda MTS
    
Stefan BIRČEVIĆ - 13.12.1989, 210 cm,  Partizan NIS
    
Miloš TEODOSIĆ - 19.03.1987, 195 cm,  CSKA
    
Vladimir LUČIĆ - 17.06.1989, 202 cm, Bayern Munich
    
Bogdan BOGDANOVIĆ - August 18, 1992, Fenerbahce
    
Nikola KALINIĆ - 08.11.1991, 202 cm, wing, Fenerbahce
    
Vladimir ŠTIMAC - August 25, 1987, 211 cm, Besiktas
    
Milan MAČVAN - 16.11.1989, 205 cm, Armani Milano
    
Miroslav RADULJICA - 05.01.1988, 213 cm, Armani Milano
    
Dragan MILOSAVLJEVIC - May 11, 1989, 198 cm, Alba Berlin
    
Nemanja NEDOVIĆ - 16.06.1991, 191 cm,  Unikaha
    
Vasilije MICIĆ - 13.01.1994. 196 cm,  Žalgiris
    
Boban MARJANOVIĆ - 15.08.1988, 222 cm, Detroit Pistons

yes,its a shame,i would also like to see jokić,who had amazing season in nba, but anyway you have very strong team,probably first candidate for gold

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4 hours ago, mihamiha said:

yes,its a shame,i would also like to see jokić,who had amazing season in nba, but anyway you have very strong team,probably first candidate for gold

 

Im not sure about that, we were sure about Jokic, but I thought that Bjelica will be ok. Second competiton in a row without him. And he is best player in team after Teodosic. Bogdanovic was great this season and he can be best player this year.

 

Jovic, Mirosavljevic, Simonovic had problems with injuries in last part of season. We will see.

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Argentina names 18-player preliminary list for the FIBA AmeriCup

4 Luis SCOLA (Argentina); 7 Facundo CAMPAZZO (Argentina)
 

BUENOS AIRES (FIBA AmeriCup 2017) - With clear objectives set, Argentina’s National Team Coach Sergio Hernandez announced his 18-player preliminary list for the FIBA AmeriCup 2017.

 

Argentina's 18-player preliminary list for FIBA AmeriCup 2017

Facundo Campazzo 

Nicolás Laprovittola 

Luca Vildoza 

José Vildoza
Nicolás Brussino 

Lucio Redivo 

Máximo Fjellerup 

Eric Flor
Patricio Garino 

Gabriel Deck 

Juan Pablo Vaulet 

Erik Thomas
Javier Saiz 

Luis Scola 

Marcos Nicolás Delía 

Roberto Acuña
Tayavek Gallizzi 

Francisco Caffaro

 
       
       
       
       
       

"This tournament is an ideal opportunity to continue this generational change, which has been fighting for its space since the Pan American Games in Toronto 2015. The expectation is high, we have two clear objectives: win the AmeriCup and continue with the international projection of players, commanded by the experience and the hierarchy of Captain Luis Scola. It will also be a good chance to watch other guys who were not in previous processes of the National Team," said coach Sergio Hernandez.

"Playing in Argentina gives us an even greater illusion, since there are not so many opportunities to host official tournaments. We will do everything we can to be up to the challenge," added the coach.

Argentina’s preparation will begin on July 31 at the CENARD and prior to the start of the AmeriCup, Sergio Hernandez's team will face Uruguay in two friendlies on August 12 and 13, and then they will host Colombia, Uruguay and Brazil for a preparation tournament on August 19, 18 and 20 in Salta, Argentina.

Argentina, main organizer of continental competition, will be part of Group B in Bahía Blanca, Argentina, and will debut on August 27 against Venezuela, then face Canada and Virgin Islands in consecutive days. The best teams of the Group Phase will advance to Cordoba, Argentina, where the FIBA AmeriCup 2017 Champion will be crowned.

Edited by George_D

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:CAN Canada (U19) is the World Champion!!! Unbelievable, first ever medal in the tournament, and first ever  gold medal in an international FIBA Tournament!!!

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wow Latvia won European gold in 3x3 basketball. :clap: Silver for Slovenia and bronze for Ukraine.

 

No medals for Serbia, Netherlands and France (FIRST 3 TEAMS on WC).

 

Champion in women's competition is Russia, silver for Spain and bronze for Netherlands.

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I really don't know why our team is always bad on EC. They only have one silver from EC. And tiny bronze from EG. Probably they don't care too much about EC. BUT probably this will be qualification tournament for Tokyo, so Serbian team dislike this :lol:

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vor 7 Stunden schrieb intoronto:

:CAN Canada (U19) is the World Champion!!! Unbelievable, first ever medal in the tournament, and first ever  gold medal in an international FIBA Tournament!!!

Congrats, despite missing many of your best talents like Dort or Shittu.

RJ Barrett ... MVP despite being 2 years younger, just insane. There is no way that he wont be drafted first in 2019. Canada has a very bright future ahead. Canada, France and Australia should play for the minor medals from 2020 on, maybe together with Croatia and Spain/Serbia.


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