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    It seems that FIBA changed tournament system(check at FIBA U -16 2016 page), so U - 16 European Championship and possible other European under tournaments will be played on the same way as U - 17 and U - 19 World Championships: All four teams progress from group stage, and then elimination phase starts.

    While i personally more like elimination games after the group phase than second group phase system, I have seriously problem with one part of this system:

    All the teams from the group phase progress in the next round. So what's the point of the group phase anyway?

    And even being first in the group will not guarante you anything. There will always be stronger and weaker groups, so first team from one group could get stronger opponent in the round of 16 than let's say third team from other group.

    Also, there is a room for a lot of calculations here. You can predict who will be your opponent in the quarterfinals or the semifinals, and you can try to avoid him if you don't like your opponent. Of course, there's no USA in the European Championship, but still.

    There are serious flaws with this system. Elimination games after group stage is fine, but even last team from the groups will go into the next round...dear God.

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    Croatia - Montenegro 61 : 76

    Guard Jovan Kljajić (01', 6'3'') 26 points for Montenegro.

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    Bosnia and Herzegovina U16 NT initial 20-player list.

    Luka Vukovic (Basket 2000 Banja Luka)
    Milan Manojlovic (Buducnost Bijeljina)
    Djordje Visnjic (Buducnost Bjeljina)
    Nedim Dzuvo (Gen Sarajevo)
    Danilo Cvijetic (Igokea Aleksandrovac)
    Danilo Slijepcevic (Kos Sarajevo)
    Kenan Kamenjas (Kos Sarajevo)
    Amar Mehic (Mega Leks Belgrade)
    Josip Ramljak (Posusje)
    Stefan Milosevic (Rookie Banja Luka)
    Djordje Topolovic (Rookie Banja Luka)
    Milenko Frganja (Varda Visegrad)
    Mihajlo Neskovic (Varda Visegrad)
    Nedim Omerovic (Sloboda Tuzla)
    Armin Subasic (Sloboda Tuzla)
    Vojin Ilic (Spars Sarajevo)
    Ervin Gutic (Spars Sarajevo)
    Tarik Biberovic (Spars Sarajevo)
    Semir Karic (Spars Sarajevo)
    Amar Tiganj (Spars Sarajevo)

    Nedim Dzuvo is the half-brother of Eastern Michigan 6'10" commit Baylee Steele.

    Last year Milenko Frganja was the starting point guard of Serbia U15 national team.
    Milenko-Frganja-u-dresu-reprezentacije-Srbije-U-15.jpg

    Last year's youngest player 6'7" Nikola Djakovic is missing.
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    Denis Milinovic was born on 13th August 1999, so he is unavailable to play for this generation of BiH... Djakovic is in Sarajevo, came earlier today with his coach Cojic, but he should not play this year... there is small possibility that he will recover and be able for play... but that possibility should not turn-off... maybe he will recover...

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    I don't care for this year, just stay in division A. But U16 EC 2017 is way more important because it will serve as a qualifications for the U17 WC 2018, and Bosnian generation 01' is way more talented than the generation 00'.

    And some names on that supposed list are wrong. There's no "Tarik Dzuvo" in Gen. Just Nedim Dzuvo.

    And Denis Milinovic is not 6'3'', he is a bulky 6'8'', but he isn't important for this topic anyway.


    As I said it couple of months before, although they are 01' born, Mehic(moved to Mega Leks recently) and Biberovic are my favourite players from this year team.

    Some new Biberovic highlights, clips are from games against Efes Pilsen and Tofas from Turkey and Cedevita from Croatia


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    Thank you for correcting me about the prospects of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It's not really my area of focus.

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    Preparation game

    Montenegro - BiH 99 : 45

    Montenegro was leaded by 6'3'' guard Jovan Kljajic(01'), he scored 24 points.

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    Czech Republic, Italy, Serbia and host France are preparing at Chateauroux tournament.
    In D1 games Serbia beat Italy 92-87, behind 21 pts by Pecarski and 17 by Petrusev. Smailagic (12), Zivanovic (11) and Stojanov (10) also scored in double digits. Italy was led by Federico Miaschi (27 pts), followed by Mattia Palumbo (15) and Nicolò Dellosto (10).
    In another game France easily outscored CZE 74-37.

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    Chateauroux Day 2

    Marko Pecarski registered 40 points on 16/22 FG and 16 boards in Serbia's 89-70 win over Czech Republic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BiHBasket View Post
    Preparation game

    Montenegro - BiH 99 : 45

    Montenegro was leaded by 6'3'' guard Jovan Kljajic(01'), he scored 24 points.
    Bosnia and Herzegovina played without several players due to small injuries recovery (Biberovic, Neskovic, Vojin Ilic...)

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    Our cadet team have won tournament in France, they beat the host team 79-70, Pecarski with another monster dabl dabl 38 pts 13 rbd , imagine if Koprivica was with the team
    UZEO SI TROFEJ MACVANE MACVANE MACVANE!!!

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    Just some more information on Chateauroux tournament.
    Marko Pecarski obviously named tournament's MVP, he also finished as the top scorer.
    Final standing: 1. Serbia (3-0) 2. Italy (2-1) 3. France (1-2) 4. Czech Republic (0-3)

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    Germany beat Greece 66-54 in a friendly which was part of a training camp hosted by Greece. Germany leads the series 3-1.

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    Two tournaments underway involving eight teams.

    In Caorle (Ita), Croatia beat Poland 57-51 (Planinic 16, Samanic 12) and Russia edged Italy 78-77 (Ershov 22, Shevchuk 15, Shashkov 14+11; Palumbo 19, Miaschi 17, Dieng 16).

    In Guadalajara (Esp), Germany won over France 83-76 on OT with 16 pts from Jonas Mattisseck, while Spain beat Greece 75-57, led by Joel Parra 16 pts.

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    Guadalajara tournament D2:
    Greece-France 63-56 (Chatziveroglou 20 - Ayiayi 15)
    Spain-Germany 77-55 (Carlos Alocen 22, Joel Parra 15 - Hendrik Drescher 15)

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    Caorle tournament D2:
    Croatia won over Italy at OT, 69-63, Samanic (CRO) and Conti (ITA) scored 19 pts.
    Russia lost to Poland 71-58 despite 22 pts from Ershov.

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    Spain also beat France 91-81 in Guadalajara, winning the tournament (3-0). Parra (15) and Alocen (13) led the winners.
    Greece finished 2nd (2-1) after edging Germany (1-2) 56-52. Chatzidakis was the dominant force for Greek team with 18 pts and 9 reb.

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    Russia won Caorle tournament defeating Croatia in last day, 72-69, with 25 pts and 12 reb from Shashkov.
    Italy beat Poland 74-59 for its first win, behind 18 pts of Gabriele Berra.
    Final standing: 1.Russia (2-1), 2. Croatia (2-1), 3.Italy (1-2), 4. Poland (1-2).

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    Montenegro beat Bosnia and Herzegovina twice in friendly games.

    Bosnia and Herzegovina - Montenegro (62-87)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina - Montenegro (61-74)

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