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miloje
08-28-2014, 11:26 PM
lets say from 1992 born and younger. a lots of talented young players, some are already (super)stars (usa players ofocurse in first pace). from some of this players their nations have huge excpectations, lithuania with valanciunas, serbia from bogdan bogdanovic, croatia from saric, greece from antetokounmpo... who will make an impact in this tournament? btw speaking abotu euro basket, after last generations of supertars (nowitzki, pau, parker, kirilienko) who will be next... i am not sure i see anybody with that kind of potential or am i wrong, dont know :confused:



brazil
raulzinho neto (1992)

france
evan fournier (1992)
rudy gobert (1992)

serbia
bogdan bogdanović (1992)

spain
alex abrines (1993)

argentina
marcos delia (1992)
matias bortolin (1993)

croatia
mario hezonja (1995)
dario šarić (1994)

greece
Antetokounmpo, Giannis (1994)

dominican republic
luis montero (1996)

finland
antero lehto (1994)

new zealand
tai webster (1995)

turkey
cedi osman (1995)

ukraine
sviatoslav mykhailiuk (1997)
artem pustovyi (1992)

usa
irving (1992)
davis (1993)
drummond (1993)

australia
dante exum (1995)

lithuania
valanciunas (1992)

slovenija
aleksej nikolic (1995)
karmen prepelic (1992)
alen omic (1992)

Buzissa
08-29-2014, 03:58 AM
Trying to order by impact

10 - Mykhailiuk (1997 born, special talent - deserves to be on the list even if he doesn't play at all)
9 - Osman
8 - Hezonja
7 - Antetokounmpo
6 - Exum
5 - Bogdanovic
4 - Saric
3 - Valanciunas
2 - Irving
1 - Anthony Davis

Maybe Gobert or Fournier could be part of the list

Milos.Djuric
08-29-2014, 12:28 PM
I mostly agree with Buzissa, maybe I would mix it up in the middle, but that looks kinda right..

Dr. Martin
08-29-2014, 01:07 PM
end of discussion. :)

my favorite... Saric

Marko Peris
08-29-2014, 10:56 PM
Saric

Dr. Martin
09-01-2014, 01:49 PM
Trying to order by impact

10 - Mykhailiuk (1997 born, special talent - deserves to be on the list even if he doesn't play at all)
9 - Osman
8 - Hezonja
7 - Antetokounmpo
6 - Exum
5 - Bogdanovic
4 - Saric
3 - Valanciunas
2 - Irving
1 - Anthony Davis

Maybe Gobert or Fournier could be part of the list

9 - Osman 0pts - Ef 0 in 19min
8 - Hezonja 2pts - Ef 2 in 7min
7 - Antetokounmpo 7pts - Ef 11.5 in 33min
6 - Exum 2pts - Ef 1.5 in 24min
5 - Bogdanovic 7.5pts - Ef 8 in 46min
4 - Saric 13.7pts - Ef 19.7 in 82min
3 - Valanciunas 14pts - Ef 19.5 in 50min
2 - Irving 11pts - Ef 14 in 44min
1 - Anthony Davis 18pts - Ef 22 in 40min

Not on the list
Alen Omic 10pts - Ef 13.5 in 45min

miloje
09-02-2014, 05:05 PM
i expected more from bogdan bogdanovic

Milos.Djuric
09-02-2014, 05:21 PM
Bogdan is still an unknown, too inconsistent, shooting percentage variate like crazy from game to game. He is still in the "talent" category, still undeveloped enough. Hopefully Zeljko will make a full player out of him.
Compared to him Saric is a much more stable and matured player. He is practically the most constant player in the Croatian team until now (and now that I jinxed him he is going to mess up the next game :D).

Buzissa
09-04-2014, 03:28 PM
Isaac Fotu was one the top performers for NZE in their two wins.
Great hustle, good touch around the basket and can shoot the 3.
Only 21 years old.

Raze Lupin
09-04-2014, 10:22 PM
Kenneth Faried and Ant Davis greater than all!!!