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    Here my promising list:

    Nihad Dedovic GF 1.98 12.01.1990 Lottomatica Roma (ITA)
    Bogdanovic, Bojan GF 2.00 1989 Fenerbahçe Ülker (TUR)
    Sasu Salin SG 1.90 11.06.1991 Olimpija Ljubljana (SLO)
    Albicy, Andrew PG 1.78 1990-03-21 BCM Gravelines Dunkerque
    Seraphin, Kevin C 2.06 1989-12-07 Washington Wizards (NBA)
    Benzing, Robin SF 2.08 1989-01-25 Ratiopharm Ulm
    Schwethelm, Philipp GF 2.01 1989-05-01 FC Bayern Munich
    Calathes, Nick PG 1.98 1989 Panathinaikos Athens
    Papanikolaou, Kostas SF 2.03 1990 Olympiacos Piraeus
    Davis Bertans SF 2.07 12.11.1992 Olimpija (SLO)
    Nikola Vucevic FC 2.10 24.10.1990 Philadelphia 76'ers / Buducnost
    Dmitriy Khvostov PG 1.90 21.08.1989 BC Dynamo Moscow
    Milan Macvan FC 2.06 1989 Maccabi Tel Aviv (ISR)
    Zoran Dragic GF 1.96 1989 Krka
    Izzet Türkyilmaz FC 2.14 1990 Banvit
    Enes Kanter FC 2.08 1992 Utah Jazz (NBA)
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    Guess Jonas Valanciunas isnt promising anymore? Or you think he'll play so little that he will barely debut this year?

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    bogdanović and valanciunas

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    Calathes, Kanter, Koufos and Valanciunas

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    1. Bojan Bogdanovic
    2. Jonas Valanciunas
    3. Zoran Dragic
    4. Nick Calathes
    5. Tibor Pleiss

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    Jonas is just only choice without any doubts.

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    if valanciunas can play on this level pitty šarić isn't here. two years younger but in u19 game cro - lith this summer, he was on the same level as jonas

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    Enes Kanter,Jonas Valanciunas,Bojan Bogdanovic,Kostas Koufos.
    In the next European championship,The best promising player will be Dario Saric if he plays.

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    I forgot to add Nikola Vucevic.Noone talks about him but he has very good fundamental and touchings around the rim.He was better than Ömer Aşık when he played against us.

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    Jonas Valanciunas and Enes Kanter.The first one has already proven that he can play well against strong teams like Russia and Spain.Enes started off really badly,but at the end of the preparation games showed that he can really play.Both are young,have a lot of potential and might already have a big impact in both NT's games.

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    best prospect? probably valanciunas. best player? bogdanovic

    bojan is only player who is already best in his team so logical he will be best

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    Tornike Shengeila, Davis Bertans, Sasu Salin

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    I really like Bogdanović. He is actually Serbian (just joking). Jonas if he gets the minutes. Kanter maybe, but Im not convinced yet.
    Can I put Bjelica? He is not that young, and has already had a breakout year 2 years ago, but I have a feeling that there is a big possibility for him to expand his role in this championship, and he is very talented. He started finally playing better the last couple of preparation games so maybe he can be a surprise?

    As far as the list I would say that I am massively underwellmed by Nihad Djedović. Also I expect that Davis Bertans may show how good he is on the depleted latvian team.

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    Janis Strelnieks!

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    you all forgot on probably youngest kid here along with slovenian rupnik (props to sloveni for developing young lefty pg's)

    devon van oostrum, most talented euro pg with miljenovic and rubio

    and why rubio isn't young and promising, whille older guys are metnioned? i thiink people forgeting to easily that rubio is just 21
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    Bogdanovic and Valanviunas will be the guys who blow up for their respected national teams. Were talking live about these guys in more here all day and all tournament during Eurobasket. Come chat live.

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    enes kanter of course the others bogdanovic,bertans and valanciunas

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    Enes is going to show what a special talent he is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudullulu Ulu Lulu View Post
    Tornike Shengeila, Davis Bertans, Sasu Salin
    Shengelia had great play today.
    Generally, being PF, he has drible, jump and pace of small forward.
    Moreover, without exaggeration I can say that even now he has one of the best spin moves in europe.
    If he improves shooting abilities, he will be a big star.

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    Jonas Valančiūnas and Enes Kanter will confirm the high expectations on them. Against a weak opponent with an undersized frontcourt (Portugal), Kanter showed how dominant he is. Now I want to watch him against Spain and Lithuania (vs. Valančiūnas).
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