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ModManZZZ
09-07-2006, 01:01 AM
America (North and South America)
1. ?
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5. ?
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9. ?
10. ?

Europe
1. ?
2. ?
3. ?
4. ?
5. ?
6. ?
7. ?
8. ?
9. ?
10. ?

Asia
1. ?
2. ?
3. ?
4. ?
5. ?
6. ?
7. ?
8. ?
9. ?
10. ?

Thanx guys... I need Your SCOUTING TALENTS!!!!!!!!! Thanx Again!!!

Saskibaloia
09-07-2006, 02:50 AM
Just for the sake of it I'll just add in Oceania :)

Of course this is totally my opinion:


1. David Anderson (AUS) - Superleague: Russia, CSKA Moscow
2. Chris Anstey (AUS) - NBL: Australia, Melbourne Tigers
3. Andrew Bogut (AUS) - NBA, Milwaukee Bucks
4. Matt Nielsen (AUS) - LKL: Lithuania, Lietuvos Rytas
5. Kirk Penney (NZ) - Premier League: Israel, Maccabi Tel Aviv
6. Pero Cameron (NZ) - D1: Turkey, Bandirma Banvitspor
7. Shane Heal (AUS) - NBL: Australia, South Dragons
8. Sam McKinnon (AUS) - NBL: Australia, Townsville Crocodiles
9. Mark Dickel (NZ) - Superleague: Russia, Lokomotiv Rostov
10. Jason Smith (AUS) - NBL: Australia, Sydney Kings

daniab
09-07-2006, 12:54 PM
1 yao ming china
2 fadi el khatib
3 saad abdel rahman
4 rony fahed
5 yassin ismael
6 yi lian
7 jaber rozbahani
8 joe vogel
9 michel maadeli
10 zayd el khoss

daniab
09-07-2006, 12:56 PM
1 yao ming china

2 fadi el khatib lebanon

3 saad abdel rahman quatar
4 rony fahed lebanon
5 yassin ismael quatar
6 yi lian china
7 jaber rozbahani iran
8 joe vogel lebanon
9 michel maadeli syria
10 zayd el khoss jordan

Saskibaloia
09-07-2006, 01:03 PM
1 yao ming china

2 fadi el khatib lebanon

3 saad abdel rahman quatar
4 rony fahed lebanon
5 yassin ismael quatar
6 yi lian china
7 jaber rozbahani iran
8 joe vogel lebanon
9 michel maadeli syria
10 zayd el khoss jordan

Should any Filipinos be included such as former NCAA Div I player Danny Seigle be included? or maybe the 6'9" 280lbs Filipino/ Tongan giant Asi Taulava a former BYU Div II and NBA Summer League (Dallas) player?

ctongco
09-07-2006, 01:28 PM
I dont know much about the players of other countries, but I think these Filipino players have the strongest chance of making it to the top 10 in Asia.

Asi Taulava
Danny Seigle
Willie Miller
James Yap.

And other Filipinos who could be strong candidates would be Jimmy Alapag, Mark Cagaioa, Jayjay Helterbrand, Renren Ritualo. I may have missed others though.

good day!

J-Mart
09-07-2006, 04:39 PM
LatinAmerica
Luis Scola
Andres Nocioni
Emanuel Ginobili
Carlos Arroyo
Jack Michael Martínez
Anderson Varejao
Larry Ayuso
Leandro Barboa
Raja Bell
Nene

daniab
09-07-2006, 07:38 PM
i want to ask you one question Saskibaloia ... where philipine national team and why he didn't play in the fiba world championship ...this players is important in phillipine and not in asia specially the players philippine them american in the true ....

usausa
09-07-2006, 08:40 PM
The Philippine team is suspended by FIBA until furthe notice. It is between BAP (which not many NT fans like) and the POC in charge of basketball (think its the right associations). Head Coach Chot Reyes says that even if his team would be in 2007 qualifications, they wouldn't have the experience of a China, Lebanon, etc. Check out the board to learn. There are constant updates.

usausa
09-07-2006, 09:12 PM
Im' only counting player who played internationally
America (North and South America)
No order
1. Carmelo Anthony
2. LeBron James
3. Chris Paul
4. Richard Lugo
5. Manu Ginobili
6. Luis Scola
7. Carlos Arroyo
8. Raja Bell
9. Andres Nocioni
10. Dwayne Wade

Europe
1. Dirk Nowitzki
2. Sarunas Jasikevicious
3. Tony Parker
4. Pau Gasol
5. Juan Carlos Navarro
6. Igor Rakocevi
7. Darko Milicic
8. Boris Diaw
9. Arvydas Macijauskas
10. Jorge Garbajosa

Asia
1.Yao Ming
2. Fadi El-Khatib
3. Saad Abdel Rahman
4. Joe Vogel
5. Ronny Fahed
6. Jaber Rozbahani
7. Yassen Ismael
8. Michael Maadeli
9. Zady El Khoss
10. Ali Turki Ali

Oceania and Africa later

jrb0yd
09-08-2006, 02:40 PM
The Philippine team is suspended by FIBA until furthe notice. It is between BAP (which not many NT fans like) and the POC in charge of basketball (think its the right associations). Head Coach Chot Reyes says that even if his team would be in 2007 qualifications, they wouldn't have the experience of a China, Lebanon, etc. Check out the board to learn. There are constant updates.

huh? where did u get that info? did chot reyes said that? maybe he's partly right...more experience are needed... but im sure that the RP NT will advance to the olympics at next year's qualification... i will really bet for it!!!

usausa
09-09-2006, 12:54 AM
http://forums.interbasket.net/showthread.php?t=792

Read the thread. It's on page 2 for Philippines. Thats the sense I got out of it.

usausa
09-09-2006, 12:57 AM
I much I as I want my Filipinos to make it (like then better than Americans . I'm half Filipino and American.) but I dont think thats a realistic sshot. Maybe 2012 or 2016.

stuart
09-09-2006, 09:08 AM
1. David Anderson (AUS) - Superleague: Russia, CSKA Moscow
2. Chris Anstey (AUS) - NBL: Australia, Melbourne Tigers
3. Andrew Bogut (AUS) - NBA, Milwaukee Bucks
4. Matt Nielsen (AUS) - LKL: Lithuania, Lietuvos Rytas
5. Kirk Penney (NZ) - Premier League: Israel, Maccabi Tel Aviv
6. Pero Cameron (NZ) - D1: Turkey, Bandirma Banvitspor
7. Shane Heal (AUS) - NBL: Australia, South Dragons
8. Sam McKinnon (AUS) - NBL: Australia, Townsville Crocodiles
9. Mark Dickel (NZ) - Superleague: Russia, Lokomotiv Rostov
10. Jason Smith (AUS) - NBL: Australia, Sydney Kings

Surely Brad Newley is in the top ten?

Stuart

Saskibaloia
09-09-2006, 09:44 AM
Surely Brad Newley is in the top ten?

Stuart

I would love to but the guy ain't up there yet.
I even placed such a question on an Australian basketball discussion forum and nobody had Newley there (of course, definitely in a couple more years).
Pretty much everyone agreed with my top 10 except that I forgot to add in my main man Sean Marks. He's definitely there in the top 10. Probably 4 or 5. Surprisingly everyone agreed with me that Bogut is definitely not the top player in the Oceanic region even though he is in the NBA.

jrb0yd
09-09-2006, 11:41 AM
that article is a little old... chot said that after his team were beaten in jones cup and the qatar invitationals, mainly because of the composition of the team(aspirant squad)... and after they beat lebanon and defended the title in brunei, he said they are now prepared for the asian games... about the chances in olympics, i will really say we will have a big chance in the 2008 olympics, that's why i expect them to qualify for the olympics... there's no 2012 or 2016...rp will enter the 2008 olympics... im willing to bet for that, that's how confident i am with this team... i watched some of their games and they are really playing as a team...probably 2012 and 2016 would be the time when our RP team would win games in olympics and be a force to reckon with...

usausa
09-09-2006, 04:09 PM
Thanks didnt notice it was old.
I cant bet im 14
Are you being sarcastic or serious betting?

jrb0yd
09-11-2006, 05:27 AM
Thanks didnt notice it was old.
I cant bet im 14
Are you being sarcastic or serious betting?

hehe...hmm... both... but that betting is for all...its just to prove how serious and confident i am with this team... just like in the 2002 asian games, i bet with some of my filipino friends here... we were already talking about the finals but to our dismay, the sokors beat us in the semis with a buzzer beating 3pts... cheers! :)

hobert
09-11-2006, 03:12 PM
In the men's competition in Asian Games 2006 (1-15 December) in Doha, Qatar, 12 teams will be divided into two groups of six, with the top two qualifying for the semifinals and final and other teams playing off for the minor placings. In the women's competition, eight teams will be divided into two groups of four, with the top two from each group contesting the semifinals and final and the remaining teams playing off for the minor placings.

GROUP A

India

Macau,China

Bahrain



GROUP B

Uzbekistan

Palestine

Mongolia



GROUP C

Hong Kong, China

Syria

Afghanistan



GROUP D

Kuwait

Chinese Taipei

United Arab Em.

Hey, where is the RP team?

bristron
09-11-2006, 03:25 PM
In my opinion..

in Asia

1. Rony Fahed
(he got more and more experience, and he has big shot.)
2. Sun Yue(big and good passer, but need more improvement. I think someday he will show big force like Hu Weidong.)
etc..(I want to put in Kim Seung Hyun, and Yuta Tabuse.. but they are too short. And Liu Wei is pretty good driver and shooter, but not a good passer. Zhang QuingPeng? looks good, but not enough)
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3. Fadi El Khatib(no doubt)
4. Bang SungYoon(born to shoot, good passer, but shots too many. anyways his NBDL experience shows his skill to score.)
etc..(Chen ShinAn, has good ability but, not a good outside shooter.)
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5. Danny Seigle(good scorer, has height, and good body. knows how to play)
6. Brian Bashara(same as Danny Seigle)
etc..(Kim JinSoo is good young player, but need experience)
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7. Yi Jian Lian(big, has good movement. but not have much skills, as time goes by, he will be more strong player.)
8. Kim Joo Sung(big and fast, has more skill than Yi. but not strong enough. has foul troubles)
etc.. (missing Yaseen is so sorry. but he is small in PF, and weak to strong players)
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9. Yao Ming
10. Wang ZhiZhi
etc..(missing good players like Seo JangHoon, Asi Taulava, Joe Vogel, Ha SeungJin.. but both 2 chinese players are so good.)

RayV
09-13-2006, 12:43 AM
The best in international basketball:

Americas:

1. LeBron James (USA)
2. Dwyane Wade (USA)
3. Carmelo Anthony (USA)
4. Elton Brand (USA)
5. Carlos Delfino (ARG)
6. Andres Nocioni (ARG)
7. Emanuel Ginobili (ARG)
8. Carlos Arroyo (PUR)
9. Leandro Barbosa (BRA)
10. Anderson Varejao (BRA)

Europe:

1. Pau Gasol (ESP)
2. Felipe Calderon (ESP)
3. Juan Carlos Navarro (ESP)
4. Dirk Nowitzki (GER)
5. Boris Diaw (FRA)
6. Florence Pietrus (FRA)
7. Mickael Pietrus (FRA)
8. Darko Milicic (SER)
9. Theodoros Papaloukas (GRE)

Asia & Pacific(havent seen much of them but i'll mention those I like):

1. Yao Ming (CHI)
2. Wang Shi Peng (CHI)
3. Dondon Hontiveros (PHI)
4. Renren Ritualo (PHI)
5. Asi Taulava (PHI)
6. Fadi El Khatib (LEB)
7. Kim Min-Su (SOK)
8. Tsun Wen-din (TPE)
9. Andrew Bogut (AUS)