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    Yugoslavian championship 83 finals; Šibenka - Bosna
    one of the classics and one of most arguable games, Dražen Petrović being 18 years old...
    unbelievable how bball has changed since than
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    That's funny shit.I cant believe there are sports fans thinking like it.It's like Federer losing to random Japanese player in round 1 of French Open but tournament director stepping in and saying "hey it was a fluke win who wants to watch a random Japanese guy in next round,Federer qualifies"

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    I am upping Partizan-Cibona semifinal 2nd game of the season 86. Cibona was the big favo in this season, but they lost the final at home against Zadar. This was the last season of Petrovic in Cibona.
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    Quote Originally Posted by London78
    The files for the 1991 Eurobasket game vs. Spain aren't working. When I first open WinRar try to extract them, it says:

    "C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\Espa_a_vs_Yugoslavia__eurobasket_1991_.p art04.rar: Unexpected end of archive"

    And when I still try to extract it, another error message comes up:

    "CRC failed in Espańa vs Yugoslavia [eurobasket 1991].mpg. The file is corrupt"
    WC 1970 Yugoslavia-USA (there was no final game, it was a league system and the best team at the end won)
    WC 1978 Final Yugoslavia-USSR
    OG 1980 Final Yugoslavia-Italy
    WC 1986 1/2 Final Yugoslavia-USSR (we lost a won game here)
    OG 1988 Final Yugoslavia-USSR
    MC Open 1988 1/2 Final Yugoslavia-Boston Celtics
    EC 1989 Final Yugoslavia-Greece
    WC 1990 Final Yugoslavia-USSR
    EC 1991 groupmacht Yugoslavia-Spain
    EC 1991 Final Yugoslavia-Italy

    WC U20 1987 Final Yugoslavia-USA

    EL 1979 Final Bosna Sarajevo-Emerson Varese
    EL 1985 Final Cibona Zagreb-Real Madrid
    EL 1986 Final Cibona Zagreb-Zalgiris Kaunas
    EL 1986 Cibona Zagreb-Limoges
    EL 1988 1st stage Partizan Belgrad-Aris Saloniki
    EL 1988 3rd Place Partizan Belgrad-Aris Saloniki
    Korac Cup 1998 Final Real Madrid-Cibona Zagreb
    Saporta Cup 1989 Final Real Madrid-Snaidero Casetra (Petrovic 62 points)
    EL 1989 Final Jugoplastika Split-Maccabi
    EL 1990 Final Jugoplastika Split-Barcelona
    MC Open 1990 Jugoplastika Split-New York Knicks
    EL 1991 Final Jugoplastika Split-Barcelona
    EL 1992 Final Partizan Belgrad-Joventut Badalona

    Yugoslavain Championship 1986 1/2 Final 2nd game Partizan Belgrade-Cibona Zagreb
    Yugoslavian Championship 1988 Final 3rd game Jugoplastika Split-Partizan Belgrade
    Yugoslavian Championship 1989 Final 2nd game Jugoplastika Split-Partizan Belgrade
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buducnost PG
    WC 1970 Yugoslavia-USA (there was no final game, it was a league system and the best team at the end won)
    WC 1978 Final Yugoslavia-USSR
    OG 1980 Final Yugoslavia-Italy
    WC 1986 1/2 Final Yugoslavia-USSR (we lost a won game here)
    OG 1988 Final Yugoslavia-USSR
    MC Open 1988 1/2 Final Yugoslavia-Boston Celtics
    EC 1989 Final Yugoslavia-Greece
    WC 1990 Final Yugoslavia-USSR
    EC 1991 groupmacht Yugoslavia-Spain
    EC 1991 Final Yugoslavia-Italy

    WC U20 1987 Final Yugoslavia-USA

    EL 1979 Final Bosna Sarajevo-Emerson Varese
    EL 1985 Final Cibona Zagreb-Real Madrid
    EL 1986 Final Cibona Zagreb-Zalgiris Kaunas
    EL 1986 Cibona Zagreb-Limoges
    EL 1988 1st stage Partizan Belgrad-Aris Saloniki
    EL 1988 3rd Place Partizan Belgrad-Aris Saloniki
    Korac Cup 1998 Final Real Madrid-Cibona Zagreb
    Saporta Cup 1989 Final Real Madrid-Snaidero Casetra (Petrovic 62 points)
    EL 1989 Final Jugoplastika Split-Maccabi
    EL 1990 Final Jugoplastika Split-Barcelona
    MC Open 1990 Jugoplastika Split-New York Knicks
    EL 1991 Final Jugoplastika Split-Barcelona
    EL 1992 Final Partizan Belgrad-Joventut Badalona

    Yugoslavain Championship 1986 1/2 Final 2nd game Partizan Belgrade-Cibona Zagreb
    Yugoslavian Championship 1988 Final 3rd game Jugoplastika Split-Partizan Belgrade
    Yugoslavian Championship 1989 Final 2nd game Jugoplastika Split-Partizan Belgrade
    Thank you for this new upload game,can you upload any of this games - final
    OG 1980 Yugoslavia-Italy,or 1988 final Ussr-Yugoslavia,
    EL 1979 Final Bosna Sarajevo-Emerson Varese,Saporta Cup 1989 Final Real Madrid-Snaidero Casetra,Yugoslavian Championship 1988 Final 3rd game Jugoplastika Split-Partizan Belgrade,EL 1985 Final Cibona Zagreb-Real Madrid
    EL 1986 Final Cibona Zagreb-Zalgiris Kaunas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matiz
    Yugoslavian championship 83 finals; Šibenka - Bosna
    one of the classics and one of most arguable games, Dražen Petrović being 18 years old...
    unbelievable how bball has changed since than
    I finished watching of this game before 10 minuets. What a game. But the attempt when Bosna is making it 82-81 is missing. Then with 2sec to go a foul was called on Drazen and he hits both FW and Sibenka were Champ. But the KSJ (Basketball federation of Yugoslavia) took the title away from them, after Bosna protested about the FW´s in the last second. The federation setteld a new game, but this time in Novi Sad (Serbia). But Sibenik said that they will not play this game in Novi Sad and so Bosna got the title. In the team of Sibenik was a player with the name Srecko Jaric. I know that he is serbian and it should be the father of Marko Jaric. Marko has almost the same face as Srecko.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buducnost PG
    In the team of Sibenik was a player with the name Srecko Jaric. I know that he is serbian and it should be the father of Marko Jaric. Marko has almost the same face as Srecko.
    Yes, Srečko Jarić is Marko's father. I read this quite some time ago in some article regarding Marko Jarić. His father was somekind of "basketball legend" in '60.

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    It stands to sense that title should go to Bosna.There was no foul on Petrovic in last seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pppp
    It stands to sense that title should go to Bosna.There was no foul on Petrovic in last seconds.
    Bosna is the official champion for the season 82/83.

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    Anybody seen somewhere the semifinal greece vs yugoslavia for eurobasket 1995? This game is a legend

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    Quote Originally Posted by elaj
    Yes, Srečko Jarić is Marko's father. I read this quite some time ago in some article regarding Marko Jarić. His father was somekind of "basketball legend" in '60.
    Sportcasters here in Greece say that Srecko Jaric was the serbian Magic Johnson...

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    Thank you,man. Its always nice to see ,maybe, the best basketball team ever,such is Yugoslavian in those years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pppp
    Thank you,man. Its always nice to see ,maybe, the best basketball team ever,such is Yugoslavian in those years.
    Even at this time the people in the hall, were making noice with Jugoslavija, Jugoslavija.

    I will post the links from some other games later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buducnost PG
    Even at this time the people in the hall, were making noice with Jugoslavija, Jugoslavija.

    I will post the links from some other games later.
    Greece,who was European champs,was sweep away from the floor easly.Everyone in this champs was demolish at the hands of Yugoslavia DREAMTEAM.

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    Do you have any game from Eurobasket 1987 with Greece vs Yugoslavia ? You know, with the best European player ever, Nick Galis ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pppp
    Greece,who was European champs,was sweep away from the floor easly.Everyone in this champs was demolish at the hands of Yugoslavia DREAMTEAM.
    In 87 we lost to Greece in the 1/2 Final after a lead of 46-36 at halftime. But the team was still very young then. The most players get best, when whole Yugoslavia split. A lot players were around 20-23 years from 89-91. Players like Danilovic, Djordjevic and Komazec had not a big role a that time compared to Divac, Radja, Kukoc or Paspalj. But the 1st 3 that i mentioned played later a big role for Serbia and Croatia.

    Do you have any game from Eurobasket 1987 with Greece vs Yugoslavia ? You know, with the best European player ever, Nick Galis ?
    Look at the 1st site. I had upload the 1/2 Final of 87 some time ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buducnost PG
    Partizan-Cibona 1/2final 86 2nd game.
    What a surprise to find an interview with a very young Đorđević by the end of the video. Really thanks for this Buducnost PG, it's history!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rikhardur
    What a surprise to find an interview with a very young Đorđević by the end of the video. Really thanks for this Buducnost PG, it's history!
    This year Cibona Zagreb was by far the best team in the league. They lost only one game in the regular season. Against Partizan it was the 2nd lost in the whole season. And at the end they chocked at home against Zadar in the 3rd and final game with 110-111.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buducnost PG
    And at the end they chocked at home against Zadar in the 3rd and final game with 110-111.
    I also noticed the extremely high score of the game (even if with an OT), it seems it was not uncommon in Yugoslavia at the time (?)
    And btw were the semi-finals at that time in a best of 3 system like the finals or just 2 games with overall score difference?
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