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    Who will be the broadcasters in your respective countries for next season?

    In Croatia it will be Arena Sport Croatia again as it seems. I assume the same in Serbia with their version of Arena? In BiH i guess BHT..

    Slovenia, Montenegro, Israel?

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    Slovenia - Sport TV (www.sport-tv.si)

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    today was a draw.. season starts 8.10, but 3 matches will be earlier..

    first match: Krka:Maccabi (1.10)
    second: Zlatorog:Maccabi (3.10)
    third: Maccabi:Cibona (6.10)

    other info still coming..

    UPDATE:
    first round (8.10-just krka 1.10)
    Liga NLB, 1. krog, 8.10.
    Union Olimpija – Zlatorog
    Cedevita – Budućnost
    FMP – Hemofarm
    Zagreb – Partizan
    Helios – Široki
    Radnički – Cibona
    Krka – Maccabi

    UPDATE 2:
    General maneger Roman Lisac said on the draw, that the League had a lot of preasure from Oly and Pana to join League
    Last edited by JureEe; 07-09-2011 at 01:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JureEe View Post
    The calander was making with MTA needs.
    As an example, Maccabi will face Partizan in two days, 27 and 29.10 at Nokia.

    The 3 games in the beggining is to avoid many travels away.
    2019/2020:
    PG: Dorsey, Walters, S. Cohen
    SG: Wilbekin, D-Ba, Bryant
    SF:Casspi, Avdija, Zoosman
    PF: Acy, Coloiaro, J. Cohen
    PF: Black, Hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy M View Post
    The calander was making with MTA needs.
    As an example, Maccabi will face Partizan in two days, 27 and 29.10 at Nokia.

    The 3 games in the beggining is to avoid many travels away.
    yea i know i understaand that you are in 3 diffrent competitons.. but some people from our country.. they are crying all the time about that "modifitied" calendar

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    Quote Originally Posted by JureEe View Post
    yea i know i understaand that you are in 3 diffrent competitons.. but some people from our country.. they are crying all the time about that "modifitied" calendar
    Those 3 games are very good not only to MTA, but to krka and Cibona too, it is great preperation to the EL and EC.

    The teams and the compitision in the Adriatic are far better then the 0 in Israel.
    2019/2020:
    PG: Dorsey, Walters, S. Cohen
    SG: Wilbekin, D-Ba, Bryant
    SF:Casspi, Avdija, Zoosman
    PF: Acy, Coloiaro, J. Cohen
    PF: Black, Hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy M View Post
    Those 3 games are very good not only to MTA, but to krka and Cibona too, it is great preperation to the EL and EC.

    The teams and the compitision in the Adriatic are far better then the 0 in Israel.
    i dont care about this 3 games i just now that i will be at 1.10 on this game

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    Aleš Pipan is the new head coach of Zadar..
    "Heja, heja Cibosi, hrabri kao vukovi,

    heja, heja cibosi, vodite nas k pobjedi. "

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    Crvena Zvezda and FMP never were as close to merge. Finally, political power has given its assent to the deal. It should be formalized in the next weeks. The head coach is already known, it's Svetislav Pesic. He agreed to come back on Crvena Zvezda bench if the deal be.

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    That would be good for the league and club. I assume they would play in Pionir?

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    What's the current situation with Buducnost? I see key players leavin' them since the last months of last season(Dragicevic, Simonovic, Scekic). What are their plans for future, who's gonna stay/go? What kind of roster they plans to have? Any info on that? Their site seems to be dead, hard to find anything. Thnx


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    I'm a Zvezda fan so looks like I'm going for FMP this year. I'd be happier if there was an actual merger. Igokea disappointed me giving up there spot after a good season.

    I think the league should just expand up to 18 teams. The potential is all there. It's just amazing that so many old big name teams can not even stay in this league... Zvezda, Split, Zadar, Bosna. In some ways a testament to it's strength I guess.

    I love following this league. It's not boring like in football where the same two teams in Serbia or Croatia win every year. OK Partizan has dominated trophies but the overall quality is there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mindozas View Post
    What's the current situation with Buducnost? I see key players leavin' them since the last months of last season(Dragicevic, Simonovic, Scekic). What are their plans for future, who's gonna stay/go? What kind of roster they plans to have? Any info on that? Their site seems to be dead, hard to find anything. Thnx
    PG Nikola Otasevic is also gone. He joined Hemofarm Vrsac last week.

    Best young locals are staying (Sead Sehovic, Vladimir Mihailovic and Bojan Dubljevic who shined at the U20 EC). The first major recruit is Milivoje Bozovic (PF 211 1985) from Hemofarm Vrsac.

    Propects Nikola Ivanovic (G 187 '94) and Nemanja Radovic (PF 206 '91) are due to join in the upcoming days. Both played for Montenegro at the U20 EC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cibos View Post
    That would be good for the league and club. I assume they would play in Pionir?
    Yes they will play in Pionir and they will practice in FMP and Basketland gym's.
    UZEO SI TROFEJ MACVANE MACVANE MACVANE!!!

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    The naturalized Slovenian from Serbia, Bojan Radulovic (C 210 1992) is practicing with BC Radnicki Kragujevac for several days now.

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    Serbian Cedomir Vitkovac (SF 201 1992) is back to Buducnost Podgorica. Two Buducnost juniors Danilo Nikolic (C 206 1993) and Marko Mugosa (SF 197 1993) sign their first pro contracts too. Both played for Montenegro at the U18 B division European Championship 2011.

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    Krka completed their roster for the coming season:

    PG: Curtis Stinson, Bojan Krivec, Simon Petrov
    SG: Zoran Dragič, Jimmy Baxter
    SF: Edo Murič, Matej Rojc
    PF: Marko Balažic, Marko Đurković
    C: Smiljan Pavič, Jerome Jordan

    Đurković and Stinson are a mistery to me, but overall they could be near the level from the last season. Shouldn't be an easy opponent.

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    Can anybody (preferably from ex-yu country) make a little list of great prospects that'll play in the league and are worth following?

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    From Croatian clubs

    KK Zagreb

    Dario Saric 94. 206 SF/PF
    Toni Prostran 91. 181 PG
    Dominik Mavra 94. 194 PG/SG
    Mario Hezonja 95. 200 SG/SF
    Miralem Halilovic 91. 205 PF (B&H)
    Domagoj Bubalo 91. 212 C

    Saric is probably only one that will see minutes for senior team. Maybe Prostran and Halilovic gets some

    Cibona

    Tomislav Zubcic 90. 210 PF
    Stipe Krstanovic 93. 206 PF
    Pavle Marcinkovic 89. 197 SG/SF

    Zubcic is expected to be one of leaders, whille Marcinkovic will be role player

    Cedevita

    Miro Bilan 89. 212 C
    Filip Kraljevic 89. 212 C

    Bilan should be backup for somebody who they sing if they work out his contract with Zadar. Kraljevic will just sit on bench

    Široki (Croatian club from Herzegovina)

    Josip Bilinovac 90. 192 PG/SG
    Dino Butorac 90. 190 SG (on loan from Cedevita?)
    Fran Pilepic 89. 194 SG
    Ivan Ramljak 90. 203 SF
    Boris Barac 92. 206 PF
    Boris Topalovic 92. 205 PF
    Darko Planinic 90. 211 C
    Mario Novak 90. 216 C

    besides Topalovic and Novak rest should get lot of playing time

    most iteresting from those who I expect to get minutes: Saric, Zubcic, Bilan, Barac, Pilepic and Planinic. Last two are not hyped and much known and never metnioned by some "scout sites" butt for me they are 2 most underreated Croatian prospects. Pilepic is hell of shooter who knows how to play. Has decent athletic abilitys and last year showed he has guts in B&H finals and some home games against Partizan and Olimpija. Planinic started basketball at age of 16. From then made great improvment. Tough big man who is not scared to bang down low. Efective in positionig near basket. Bit like young Pekovic

    Over all poor year for Croatia when it comes to prospects besides Siroki. Very sad that in NLB Croatian basketball will profite most trough club from Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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