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    Quote Originally Posted by bsgermany View Post
    From what I remember, our U18 beat the US U18 twice, and our U17 also beat them once. Yes, we are winning...actually!
    So you won the tournament, congratulations!

    Good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeportGrahamLimMovement View Post
    So you won the tournament, congratulations!

    Good job!
    just look at the thread for the tournament in here, or look up the tournament homepage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsgermany View Post
    Filipinos here in the Forum tend to target everyone who's surname may sound Filipino and is proven to be able to hold a ball, particularly when he's above 6'0''.
    this is from christian stanhardinger on his face book:guys iam a proud half fillipino but i cant _effort_ the ticket of the flight yet trust me if i could i would love to meet the team !
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    Quote Originally Posted by rikhardur View Post
    Standhardinger is being heavily targeted by Filipinos given his ancestry, despite the fact he already played for German national teams.
    just like the germans wanted to play kaman to play in ther natl team

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilasfanatic View Post
    just like the germans wanted to play kaman to play in ther natl team
    Totally different situations: Kaman was born in the US and never played for USA. Standhardinger was born in Germany and already played for the country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rikhardur View Post
    Totally different situations: Kaman was born in the US and never played for USA. Standhardinger was born in Germany and already played for the country.
    what im trying to say is that we want christian to play for our NT becoz we need him as much as the germans wanted to play kaman on their team.

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    We fans at Gonzaga are hoping that we'll be adding another young German talent to our roster this fall, Mathis Mönninghoff, pending receipt of satisfactory SAT test scores. He's said to be a very intelligent young man, so I have to believe he'll be on campus when school starts this fall. Fingers crossed, anyway.

    In addition to Gonzaga mining Germany for talent, Niels Griffey has just verbally committed to UConn, traditional NCAA powerhouse. Gonzaga was also on Griffey's list of schools he was considering.

    Just in case the stars align and Mönninghoff signs with Gonzaga, I have calendared the dates and places for all the German U18 games upcoming in coming weeks to cheer him on from across the pond.

    I hope that Elias' maturity, discipline, work ethic, and talent is what we can expect to see if young Mr. Mönninghoff becomes a Zag.

    This thread needs another photo, this one of Elias with point guard Demetri Goodson vs. Syracuse in the second round of the NCAA tournament. Unfortunately, Elias 24 points and 8 rebounds weren't enough to prevent a lopsided loss ...

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    Nets select Tibor Pleiss at no.31 of the Second Round in the NBA 2010 Draft.
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    Tibor Pleiss' draft rights was traded to the Thunder.
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    The fact, that the Thunder payed 3 Million Dollars to the Hawks to get the rights to Pleiss into their hands indicates a strong interest by that team, to really plan with him in the future.

    I'm really curious, how Harris and Benzing may do in next years draft. Particularly Benzing had a very strong showing in this years pre draftcamp in Treviso/Italy, and should be on quite a fiew teams lists.
    Harris in my oppinion made a wise decision to spend another year at Gonzaga, despite being considered a sure 1st rounder in this years draft already. If he stays healthy and continues to develop his game, he should be a lock for next years 1st round, while my current guess would be, that Benzing will go at least early in the 2nd round.

    Griffey at UConn next season will be just as interesting to watch, as Mönninghoffs development at Gonzaga. Both have very solid potential in my oppinion.

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    Martin Breunig signed with Maryland:
    http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/spor...n_breunig.html
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    Most ppl get childish when they lose.

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    Patrick Heckmann to attend Boston College

    According to various online sources Patrick Heckmann (196-G/F-92) has committed to Boston College (NCAA1) and will enroll this fall. The 19-year-old Mainz native is a member of the German U10-National Team and received 2010-11 Eurobasket.com All-2. Bundesliga Pro B Newcomer of the Year honors just recently. In 28 games for TV Langen he averaged 11.8 points, 3.3 rebounds and 3.1 assists per contest. He started his basketball career in his hometown Mainz with ASC Theresianum, spent the 2008-09 season at Cheyenne Mountain High School in Colorado Springs, Colorado and then returned to Mainz. He was named the Eurobasket.com All-Regionalliga South-West Newcomer of the Year in 2009-10. Heckmann represented his country internationally on several occassions, including the 2008 U16 European Championships (Division B), the 2010 Albert-Schweitzer-Tournament and the 2010 U18 European Championships.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JGX View Post
    Rough day for this group of German talents
    http://projects.washingtonpost.com/h...ol/2010/02/26/
    Better showing for the Germans this year:
    http://wiki.allmetsports.com/all-met...er/2011/12/07/

    On this form they should dominate the French School and the British School!
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    Breunig, Giffey, Wolf, Reischel, Mönninghoff and others are only getting little to no playing time.
    Elias Harris bulked up and is playing the 4 which ends his NBA dreams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mojado View Post
    Breunig, Giffey, Wolf, Reischel, Mönninghoff and others are only getting little to no playing time.
    Elias Harris bulked up and is playing the 4 which ends his NBA dreams.
    Although just a freshman, Reischel has already become a starter at Rice, Mario Blessing a starter at USC Upstate, Patrick Heckmann throughout most of the season a starter at Boston College, Dennis Kramer a pretty solid starter at San Diego, Sebastian Koch starting at Elon and of course Elias Harris the top player at Gonzaga.
    Many others are only in their 1st or 2nd year, where it's not that unusual to be only a backup player.

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    very usefull message bravo )

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    Gavin Schilling is playing on the same club team as Jabari Parker this summer.
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    Jonny Mesghna joins Till Gloger at the University of Maine. Has Eurocup-experience with the Skyliners.

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    Jarelle Reischel transfers to Rhode Island to play in 2013-2014.

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    Hello everybody,

    I am looking for German basketball players in the NCAA. I am interested in getting a sport scholarship. I'm really good and tall . Of course the competition in the divisions in NCAA women's college basketball. Does anybody know how many sport scholarships exist? How do the coaches select the players? Do you have to go to training camps? I only found one German page with information about this topic. I also visited the official National Collegiate Athletic Association site (www.ncaa.com) and wikipedia. I thought that this forum would help me to get some "insider" info about this topic. Thank you very much!

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