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    International tournament of Bellegarde (Fra) 15-17 April.

    Participants: Croatia, France, Poland and Turkey.

    14-player France roster. Nearly the same team that participated in Samsun tournament, with notable addition of prospect center Sékou Doumbouya.

    Croatia roster. Can't see Oton Jankovic in the list.

    Update: Jankovic engaged at the Jordan Brand Classic (15 April).
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    Turkey U16 team for Bellegarde:



    Very close to Samsun tournament team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unkbasket View Post
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    Croatia and France win over Turkey and Poland on D1 of Bellegarde tournament.
    Top prospect Sékou Doumbouya starred for France with 32 pts and 12 reb.

    http://www.tournoi-bellegarde-basket...lts_stats.html

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    France is 2-0 after D2 of Bellegarde tournament and will meet Turkey (1-1) in the final game. Croatia (1-1) will face winless Poland.
    Yesterday's box scores here.

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    Turkey upset France in D3 and won the Bellegarde tournament. Mert Konuk 27 pts, Sékou Doumbouya was 2/12 on FG shooting.
    Box score

    In another surprising outcome, Poland edged Croatia finishing 3rd.
    Box score

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlo View Post
    Turkey upset France in D3 and won the Bellegarde tournament. Mert Konuk 27 pts, Sékou Doumbouya was 2/12 on FG shooting.
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    In another surprising outcome, Poland edged Croatia finishing 3rd.
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    Kudos to our guys. Mert Konuk was named the MVP of this tournament. 22 PPG. It really sucks there was no stream. I really don't think it is so hard to afford a camera and a cameraman to this type of tournament. According to stats, the problematic part of this team was the assists and sharing the ball. It is not a big surprise for me since I couldn't see Eray Akyüz in the team who is one of the good PGs that we have raised in the recent years. He averaged 6 APG himself in the latest tournament but as far as I see, we averaged the same number of assists in this tournament as ''team''. That's a bad sign for this generation. Watching Mert Konuk is a pleasure. He is Onuralp Bitim of this generation, not the same type of SG but definitely has the same scoring instinct. We will see if he can shoulder his team this summer.

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    Turkey 20-player preliminary roster:

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    US tactician Joey Tate, head coach of the Taft High School boys’ basketball team, will be the head coach of the Fomer Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia U16 National Team this summer for the European Championship.

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    Tragic news

    On the evening of 13 June, the result of an accident killed two talented Latvian basketball player Kristian Stefanovskis and Kristians Puris, confirmed the portal Delfi Director of BC "Ventspils" Ralf Planets.
    Both of the dead — born in 2000 and were one of the most talented players in the system of basketball club "Ventspils". Both played in the second division of the Latvian basketball League (LBL) for the team of Ventspils University College, were candidates in the national team U-16.
    "Tragic. Both guys were real leaders. Very talented and with great potential for the future," said Planets.
    Athletes returned to Ventspils from Riga, and was involved in a tragic accident on the road Talsi — Stand — Kuldiga. In addition to guys, in the accident killed and driving a car a girl born in 1997, which was also a pupil of University College school basketball and a team player.

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    Balsa Koprivica will play for Montenegro in the future, his parents wish.
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    Time will tell.

    Given that almost half of Belgrade citizens have at least a grandparent born in Montenegro, it's highly probable that it is also the case of Balsa which makes him potentially eligible to play for them.

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    He should chose Serbia, he's still presented as Serbian player in USA, if his parents influence his decision to play for Montenegro, their citizenship should be revoked.
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    All serbian kids can choose to play for Montenegro and the opposite?

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    Only those whose at least one grandparent was born in Montenegro (FIBA regulation).

    The opposite is not true because Montenegro doesn't allow multiple citizenship unless special cases such as economic citizenship (former Prime Minister of Thailand Thaksin Shinawatra received Montenegrin passport due to his investments in tourism in the country which were reported to be in the range of millions of Euros, despite pending charges of corruption that had been laid against him in his home country) and citizenship in the interest of the state (US point guards Omar Cook, Taylor Rochestie and Tyreese Rice).

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    Serbia U16 20-player training camp roster.

    Marko Pecarski (Mega Leks)
    Bogdan Nedeljkovic (Mega Leks)
    Dejan Marjanac Dejan (Vizura Shark Belgrade)
    Alen Smajlagic (Beko Belgrade)
    Mihajlo Stojanov (Beko Belgrade)
    Matija Jovanovic (Partizan)
    Uros Isailovic (Partizan)
    Veljko Radakovic (Vojvodina Novi Sad)
    Toma Vasiljevic (Sport's vorld Novi Sad)
    Stevan Karapandzic (Plej Kraljevo)
    Zoran Paunovic (Crvena zvezda)
    Lazar Vasic (Crvena zvezda)
    Luka Cerovina (Polet Ratina)
    Dalibor Ilic (Igokea Aleksandrovac)
    Mario Nakic (Real Madrid, Spain)
    Lazar Zivanovic (Real Madrid, Spain)
    Filip PetruSev (Laboral Kutxa Vitora, Spain)
    Andrej Pokusevski (Olympiacos Piraeus, Greece)
    Nikola Ivovic (Paris-Levallois, France)
    Balsa Koprivica (University School, USA)

    Koprivica is on the list, but let's see if he will show up.

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    Some names are missing from that list. Milenko Fragnja kid from Visegrad , Djordje Pazin great young talent from Stella Azzaura and Lazar Scekic, he is literally huge ,over 210 cm with very long arms, he's movement right now is awkward and his coordination in general, but I think he should have been on this list.
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    Italy training camp (13-20 July) preliminary roster:

    Battistuzzi Leonardo (2000, F/C)
    Berra Gabriele (2000, Fw)
    Borsello Alessio (2000, F/C)
    Cavallo Matteo (2000, Fw)
    Chessari Roberto (2000, G)
    Chinellato Riccardo (2000, Fw)
    Cipolla Alessandro (2000, PG)
    Conti Luca (2000, Fw)
    Cremaschi Lorenzo (2000, F/C)
    Dellosto Nicolo’ (2000, G)
    Dieng Omar (2000, F/C)
    Egwoh C. Christopher (2000, Fw)
    Graziani Matteo (2000, G)
    Lagana’ Matteo (2000, PG)
    Miaschi Federico (2000, G)
    Nasini Pietro (2000, PG)
    Palumbo Mattia (2000, G)
    Sarto Alvise (2000, PG)

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