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    Sorry for late reply, but I have just registered to this forum

    The article is actually about a Swedish guy, who came to Tbilisi along with Slovak team, to "spy" Georgians game against Slovakians, and to be ready for next match... (which was against Sweden)...

    That's it, nothing too interesting...

    btw... today in first leg of Play-Off, for promotion in Division A, Georgia have beat Belarus away with score 89:75

    Next game will be at September 9, here in Tbilisi. Sports Palace will be overcrowded again, so I think Belarussians have no chances...

    Good luck to both teams though...

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    To me the biggest mystery is that Georgia always has some of the biggest talents in the young NT's(I remember watching Pacculia and Skita in the U18 preliminary round in Greece,don't remember the year) and they were both amazing,Markoishvilli scored a few 30-40 point games in these tournaments,also add Sermadini and Shengelia) but none of them(except the young ones of course) met the high expectations).What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lado View Post
    Billy
    Sorry for late reply, but I have just registered to this forum

    The article is actually about a Swedish guy, who came to Tbilisi along with Slovak team, to "spy" Georgians game against Slovakians, and to be ready for next match... (which was against Sweden)...

    That's it, nothing too interesting...

    btw... today in first leg of Play-Off, for promotion in Division A, Georgia have beat Belarus away with score 89:75

    Next game will be at September 9, here in Tbilisi. Sports Palace will be overcrowded again, so I think Belarussians have no chances...

    Good luck to both teams though...
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    Georgia in Division A!

    Good job, you deserve it.

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    Good to know, I think they belong there (we'll see if they actually do).
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    We are in a division is grate

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    Yesterday Stared Super League 2009/10 Season . There is 10 Teams , 2 teams complected with young guys (1991 / 1992)

    Academia 64:71 SSAU

    SHSS 83:88 TSU

    Dinamo 79:92 Batumi

    Sokhumi 82:88 Aviamshen

    Energy Invest 110:51 Merani

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickusha23 View Post
    Yesterday Stared Super League 2009/10 Season . There is 10 Teams , 2 teams complected with young guys (1991 / 1992)

    Academia 64:71 SSAU

    SHSS 83:88 TSU

    Dinamo 79:92 Batumi

    Sokhumi 82:88 Aviamshen

    Energy Invest 110:51 Merani
    Thanks! The official website doesn't seem to have the results yet. Needs some urgent update. Keep us informed.
    Which teams are those you mention? Academia and Sokhumi?
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    Pachulia, Shermadini, Tskitishvili, Sanikidze, Markoishvili, boisa. Seems spontenously like enough material to make the A-division spot a long-lasting one.

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    Default Superleague 2009/2010 - round 2

    Energy Rustavi 75 Batumi 61

    Merani 44 Samedicino Academia 74

    GSAU 80 Sokhumi 59

    Avia 83 SHSS Tbilisi 90

    TSU 116 Dynamo Tbilisi 78
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    Great Georgian Basketball Players - Nov 20, 2009 (by Akaki Bakradze)
    Zurab Sakandelidze and Mikheil Korkiya are the most titled Georgian basketball players. Sakandelidze as the member of Soviet Union's National Basketball team won four European Championships (1965, 1967, 1969, 1971). In 1967 became the Champion of the World and in 1968 Mexico Olympic Games got a bronze medal.

    Korkiya became the Champion of Europe (1971). Got a bronze medal on the Montreal Olympic Games 1976 . Their main achievement was in Munich 1972, where they became Olympic Champions. Both began the match in the starting lineup and Sakandelidze became one of the creators of the last magic three seconds that brought the gold medal for Soviet Union.
    http://www.eurobasket.com/Georgia/ba...?NewsID=177519
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    Default Superleague 2009/2010 - round 3

    Energy Rustavi 90 Samedicino 49

    Dynamo Tbilisi 86 Avia 94

    SHSS Tbilisi 83 GSAU 93

    TSU 100 Batumi 86

    Sokhumi 86 Merani 59


    Man of the round was Avia's Sergo Atuashvili with 34 pts + 15 rebs + 5 assists.
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    Default Superleague 2009/2010 - round 4

    Merani 49 SHSS Tbilisi 112

    TSU 62 Energy Rustavi 89

    Samedicino 66 Sokhumi 73

    GSAU 119 Dynamo Tbilisi 59


    Man of the round was TSU's Shalva Khetsuriani with 17 points + 7 rebounds + 6 assists + 5 blocks.
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    Default Superleague 2009/2010 - round 7

    Batumi 91 Samedicino 64

    TSU 152 Merani 72

    SHSS Tbilisi 81 Energy Rustavi 90

    Avia 61 GSAU 75

    Dynamo Tbilisi 61 Sokhumi 68


    Man of the round was Batumi's David Imnadze with 25 pts + 18 rebs + 5 assists.
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    Default Superleague 2009/2010 - round 9

    Merani 63 Avia 125

    Sokhumi 74 Batumi 97

    SHSS Tbilisi 72 Dynamo Tbilisi 73

    Samedicino 64 TSU 93

    Energy Rustavi 76 GSAU 69


    Man of the round was Avia's Tornike Niniashvili with 30 pts + 10 rebs + 5 assists.
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    Are Sharabidze and Shengelia of BC Valencia ethnic Georgians (or from the Georgian state)? I am relatively content that at least the former one is either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wu-Tang View Post
    Are Sharabidze and Shengelia of BC Valencia ethnic Georgians (or from the Georgian state)? I am relatively content that at least the former one is either.
    Yes they are.
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    Default Superleague 2009/2010 - round 10

    Batumi 97 Dynamo Tbilisi 91

    TSU 73 SHSS Tbilisi 76

    GSAU 74 Samedicino 69

    Merani 47 Energy Rustavi 103

    Sokhumi 20 Avia 0 <- what happened here?


    Man of the round was Batumi's David Imnadze with 33 pts + 23 rebs.
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    Default Superleague 2009/2010 - round 11

    Sokhumi 79 GSAU 87

    Dynamo Tbilisi 87 TSU 113

    Samedicino 68 Merani 49

    Batumi 66 Energy Rustavi 75

    SHSS Tbilisi 20 Avia 0


    Man of the round was TSU's Shalva Khetsuriani with 27 pts + 6 rebs + 7 assists.


    Wat's happening with Avia? Did the club dissolve or something?
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    20.02.10
    Energy 93 TSU 61
    BATUMI AVIA 20 - 0
    SOKHUMI - ACADEMIA 65 - 63
    SHSS - MERANI 98 - 68
    SSAU - DINAMO 114 - 95

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