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    Default 2009 FIBA/NBA BWB Asia Camp [Jul 30-Aug 2 Beijing, China]

    # Country First name Last name
    47 Australia Jeromie Hill
    48 Australia Cameron Bairstow
    56 Australia Matthew Hodgson
    22 China Jiguang Bi
    26 China Weifan Min
    28 China Yixing Zhang
    37 China Jinran Wang
    38 China Leiting Cai
    44 China Dapeng Liu
    52 China Yuanyu Li
    53 China Han Ge
    58 China Xuan Liu
    33 Chinese Taipei Po-Chen Chou
    23 Chinese Taipei Lin-Jen Lin
    17 India Kiran Pal Singh
    49 India Rikin Shantilal Pethani
    54 India Dishant Vipul Shah
    34 Iran Mohammad Jamshidi Jafarabadi
    46 Iran Ramtin Zare Shirazi
    50 Iran Farhad Sabouri Karouyeh
    45 Iran Amir Samani Ghalehtaki
    62 Japan Kenta Okabe
    63 Japan Yuki Sasahara
    14 Japan Daiki Tanaka
    61 Japan Yuya Kunimoto
    39 Jordan Ahmad Mahmoud Obeid
    57 Jordan Mohammad Shaher Hussein
    18 Kazakhstan Alymzhan Maxutov
    40 Kazakhstan Alimbek Orazov
    55 Kazakhstan Viktor Dyachenko
    15 Korea Kyung Bu Huh
    19 Korea Seung Min Yeom
    24 Korea Jaehyun Park
    29 Korea Seung Ook Choi
    41 Korea Seoung Hyun Lee
    30 Korea Hun Lee
    32 Kyrgyzstan Zhanysh Adiev
    31 Kyrgyzstan Baiysh Adiev
    42 Lebanon Vincent Salim ElKhoury
    43 Lebanon Bashir Saad
    35 Lebanon Ahmad Ibrahim
    36 Malaysia Choo Wei Hong
    60 New Zealand Mark Overdevest
    59 New Zealand Ethan Stuart Rusbatch
    12 Philippines Michael Tolomia
    13 Philippines Russell Escoto
    16 Qatar Nayef Abdulla M. Al-Naimi
    20 Singapore Tan Hong Kwang
    51 Syria Mahmoud Osfira
    27 UAE Salah Khalifa Abdulla Ahmad
    25 Uzbekistan Kirill Gusev

    Coaches include Carl Landry, Brandon Rush, Dikembe Mutombo, Jason Terry, Mickael Pietrus among others. Yao Ming was scheduled to attend but couldn't due to a recent surgery.
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    Lebanon's best prospect is there "Ahmad Ibrahim".

    Ahmad is 17 years,197cm and plays for the Patterson High School.He is getting many offers from NCAA top colleges including Arkansas and Oklahoma.
    He played in the Asian Championship for U18,averaging almost 30ppg,6 rpg with 1 bpg.
    He scored 49 pts vs Kazakhstan in the 2nd round.

    Finally,he is maybe the next Fadi El khatib and maybe even better
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    Quote Originally Posted by daniab View Post
    Lebanon's best prospect is there "Ahmad Ibrahim".

    Ahmad is 17 years,197cm and plays for the Patterson High School.He is getting many offers from NCAA top colleges including Arkansas and Oklahoma.
    He played in the Asian Championship for U18,averaging almost 30ppg,6 rpg with 1 bpg.
    He scored 49 pts vs Kazakhstan in the 2nd round.

    Finally,he is maybe the next Fadi El khatib and maybe even better
    WOW the next FADI El KHATIB
    That means he'll be the next No.1 Asian Player,Oh I'm sorry the No.1 global player

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhang View Post
    WOW the next FADI El KHATIB
    That means he'll be the next No.1 Asian Player,Oh I'm sorry the No.1 global player
    for sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by daniab View Post
    for sure
    Really?GOD damn it
    NBA should know these No.1 players
    But where's he???

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    Abt the 2 other players:

    Vincent Khoury PF,200cm,17 years,last playing for Champville high school in Lebanon.He led his school to win the high school championship.he represented Lebanon in the Asian Championship for U18 which was held in Iran and was the 2nd best player after Ahmad Ibrahim.

    Bashir Saad,SF,born 1991 currently playing for Anibal at the Division 1 Lebanese league.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhang View Post
    Really?GOD damn it
    NBA should know these No.1 players
    But where's he???
    dont worry,Ahmad is definitely better than most of your fake young players
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    Quote Originally Posted by daniab View Post
    dont worry,Ahmad is definitely better than most of your fake young players
    Definiitely !!
    Because we are not fake nationality players

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhang View Post
    Definiitely !!
    Because we are not fake nationality players
    no for sure , you have your own way in cheating
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    Quote Originally Posted by daniab View Post
    no for sure , you have your own way in cheating
    Not much more ugly than yours

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhang View Post
    Not much more ugly than yours
    yeh sure,winning all the youth tournaments by cheating is not really awfull
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    Quote Originally Posted by daniab View Post
    yeh sure,winning all the youth tournaments by cheating is not really awfull
    Yes ,IT's better than cheating but wins nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniab View Post
    Lebanon's best prospect is there "Ahmad Ibrahim".

    Ahmad is 17 years,197cm and plays for the Patterson High School.He is getting many offers from NCAA top colleges including Arkansas and Oklahoma.
    He played in the Asian Championship for U18,averaging almost 30ppg,6 rpg with 1 bpg.
    He scored 49 pts vs Kazakhstan in the 2nd round.

    Finally,he is maybe the next Fadi El khatib and maybe even better
    let's wait and see.But I don't think he has potential to be next Fadi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlacKOEIsle View Post
    let's wait and see.But I don't think he has potential to be next Fadi.
    did you watch him ?
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    plz can any one upload pics or videos for ahmad ibraheem
    lets go khatib - the Tiger -

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanformoh2005 View Post
    plz can any one upload pics or videos for ahmad ibraheem
    U can check the link that we created below for him here in the forums.

    http://forums.interbasket.net/f68/ah...-of-7891/#post

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    Ahmad Ibrahim (#10) and Iranian native Arsalan Kazemi (#23)


    Quotes from different websites abt Ahmad

    • The top 2011 player was Patterson's multi-skilled Ahmad Ibrahim. He can shoot from outside and has advanced basketball skills. He can nail a long range set shot, or come off screens for his accurate midrange jumpers. Ibrahim had 15 total points in the two periods, and showed the potential to become a major college prospect during the next three years.
    He is reminiscent of Hedo Turkoglu in looks and game
    but Ahmad Ibrahim was the MVP of the workouts. He hit several tough shots as he used his length to shoot over defenders and he displayed an impressive handle as he created space with various crossovers and behind the back moves. Nobody could really stop him and the Lebanon native has all the makings of a big time player if he continues to work hard.
    Ahmad Ibrahim has a bundle of potential. He was competing with Couisnard and challenging him on defemse. Couisnard had the advantage as he was stronger and more experienced, but Ibrahim didnt back down. This was a good challenge for Ahmad as he faced someone in similar stature and size on the perimeter
    Ibrahim has all the tools of a big time player. He has stretched out to 6'7 and is a true swingman. He has already recieved serious interest from Missouri, Texas A&M, and West Virginia, and has picked up offers from Seton Hall and Oklahoma State. He is long as was stroking the ball at the beginning of the workout. He wore down towards the end. I dont think he is used to the type of work that we put in! He is definetly a guy to keep your eye on in the 2011 class.
    Ahmad Ibrahim (Patterson School) had a monster game for Select. I always kid him about being a Hedo Turkoglu clone and he sure played like it today. The Lebanon native hit 7 threes and scored 26 points to keep his team in the game against the more experienced DGib squad
    Last edited by daniab; 07-31-2009 at 05:25 PM.
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    The camp ended after 1 day... because one Aussie player had a flu and some NBA players feared "swine flu"...
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