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    Senior Member kecal's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ACHAIOS-75 View Post
    you are still a strong team but you used to talk only about gold metal before eurobasket
    Who was that clown?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darknemo2000 View Post
    Valanciunas was +2 efficiency in 8 minutes. One of his personal worst but far from the crap you are spouting here.

    Jasikevicius on the other hand had -9 efficiency, and it is indeed one of the lowest performances I can ever remember.
    What is the measure of "efficiency" that you are using?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hepcat View Post
    What is the measure of "efficiency" that you are using?

    All stats together. Minutes played, shots made, missed, rebounds assists, turnovers, steals, blocks, fouls committed and fouls drawn.

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    This game clearly showed the difference in the level of the coaches. Greece played much better with a weaker squad while Lithuania only managed to win thanks to the individual advantage of the players.

    I hope that all the players come back to both teams next year, that way we can see a good match where fans won't have any excuses afterwards . And please stop mentioning DD among the absences, he has retired from the national team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adon View Post
    Frankly I believe that Lithuania with Kleiza and some minor obvious changes and Greece with Spanoulis, Sofo and with some minor changes too, they belong to a serious medal contender level. And I'm talking about OG.
    Roster wise - Yes.
    Game level wise, Greece - yes, Lithuania - hard to tell, but most likely yes too.

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    Lets ''fight'' here.

    London 2012. Qualification games.

    SARAS is back to Panathinaikos by the way.
    Last edited by Panathinaikos bc; 09-19-2011 at 04:34 PM.

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    Well,not sure about you all,but i enjoyed every minute of this game,relishing the result.
    So there you go

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