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    Quote Originally Posted by pohani komarac View Post
    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
    Thanks so much for the very detailed answer!
    Naturally as a Maccabi fan I'd probably follow the centers more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joško Poljak Fan View Post
    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.
    They will be very good defensively, but shooting looms as a big concern. Between Stinson, Dragic and Muric there will be enough bricks to build a new arena.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markoishvili View Post
    They will be very good defensively, but shooting looms as a big concern. Between Stinson, Dragic and Muric there will be enough bricks to build a new arena.
    i think that our people caculate that because new arena will be in 2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markoishvili View Post
    They will be very good defensively, but shooting looms as a big concern. Between Stinson, Dragic and Muric there will be enough bricks to build a new arena.
    I can't stop laughing, but you've got a point
    Krivec is there somewhere as well.

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    Where to get rosters for all teams? can someone post them? thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by barchen View Post
    Where to get rosters for all teams? can someone post them? thx
    here you go

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    rumous say fmp/red star owner involed in murder of zoran dzindzic?

    http://www.jutarnji.hr/milos-simovic...e-coki/975151/
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    Guys, Dino and Edo Muric are brothers?
    Sexuality when one reaches their 30s is either mainstream or sick, but no matter what, it isn't pure

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    Yes, they are.

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    Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cibos View Post
    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?
    In Israel sport5 will be the broadcaster.

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    B92 will broadcast the league for Serbia.

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    Looking at the rosters i would diving teams into following tiers, ofcourse when the real games begin some will surprise and some will underachieve.

    A) Title favorites - Maccabi Tel Aviv, Partizan

    B) Final Four Contenders - Olimpija, Cedevita, Krka, Cibona, Buducnost

    C) Mid-table pack - Zagreb, Zvezda, Radnicki, Siroki

    D) Relegation battle - Lasko Zlatorog, Helios, Hemofarm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markoishvili View Post
    Looking at the rosters i would diving teams into following tiers, ofcourse when the real games begin some will surprise and some will underachieve.

    A) Title favorites - Maccabi Tel Aviv, Partizan

    B) Final Four Contenders - Olimpija, Cedevita, Krka, Cibona, Buducnost

    C) Mid-table pack - Zagreb, Zvezda, Radnicki, Siroki

    D) Relegation battle - Lasko Zlatorog, Helios, Hemofarm.
    Zvezda have pretty good and balanced team this year, I really consider them as F4 contender. And they have the best coach in the NLB. Very experienced, great basketball knowledge and highly respected by the refs, Kari is their dream match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunOverHStreet View Post
    Zvezda have pretty good and balanced team this year, I really consider them as F4 contender. And they have the best coach in the NLB. Very experienced, great basketball knowledge and highly respected by the refs, Kari is their dream match.
    What about this guy.. David Blatt?

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    With the 2012/13 season, adriatic league will have a new scheme.
    Serbia - 3 clubs
    Croatia - 3 clubs
    Slovenia - 2 clubs
    BiH - 1 club
    The country with better coeficient from Serbia and Croatia reportedly gets +1 club and the better from Bosnia - Slovenia gets +1
    3 invitations, to Maccabi, Bodučnost and finaly MZT Skopje as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaccabiTA View Post
    What about this guy.. David Blatt?
    I knew something like this was going to appear...

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    Dinamo Zagreb "donated" 1 mil euros to Cibona

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cibos View Post
    Dinamo Zagreb "donated" 1 mil euros to Cibona
    Do you've got any link or something?
    I've only find the kosarka.hr's article about debt decreasing from 88 to 30 millions kuna, that's basicaly from 10.5 to 4 millions € well done

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    http://www.vecernji.hr/sport/kosarka...-clanak-330589

    Loan without any interests.

    Dinamo has money to throw away so i guess this is best deal Cibona will get.. anywhere..

    Debt is a lot smaller now but there were some urgent ones that had to be paid ASAP so Dinamo chipped in now 2 days before the deadline.

    Fair play to them i guess..

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