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    25 players skipped Serbian World University men's national-team duty, claiming they were on vacation or focused on individual development.

    Serbia's current 13-player roster :

    Strahinja Jovanovic (OKK Belgrade)
    Nemanja Nenadic (Dunav Stari Banovci)
    Veljko Brkic (Mladost Zemun)
    Milos Vranes (Southeast Missouri NCAA)
    Novak Topalovic (Idaho State NCAA)
    Andrija Sarenac (Keiser - NAIA)
    Marko Tejic (Mega)
    Aleksa Nikolic (Marshall - NCAA)
    * Stefan Jevdjenijevic (Minot State - NCAA 2)
    * Nikola Pavlovic (Smederevo 1953)
    * Andrija Matic (American - NCAA)
    * Milenko Veljkovic (Mladost Zemun)
    * Ilija Djokovic (Borac Cacak)

    * got late calls to replace absentees.


    Players who skipped WUG national team :

    Ognjen Jaramaz (Mega) - injured
    Aleksa Avramovic (Varese ITA)
    Stefan Pot (Partizan)
    Petar Rakicevic (Crvena zvezda)
    Andrija Stevanovic (Dinamik)
    Stefan Lazarevic (FMP)
    Ognjen Dobric (Crvena zvezda)
    Dejan Davidovac (FMP)
    Dragan Apic (FMP)
    Marko Radovanovic (FMP)
    Milos Koprivica (Partizan)
    Jovan Novak (Mega)
    Nikola Rebic (Mega)
    Nenad Miljenovic (PAOK GRE)
    Nikola Radicevic (Betis SPA)
    Nikola Jankovic (Olimpija SLO)
    Mihajlo Andric (Partizan)
    Mladen Djordjevic (Univ. of San Francisco NCAA)
    Matija Milin (Fairfield NCAA)
    + 6 unnamed players who refused late calls.
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    Germany will send the A2 team, that is going to play at Stankovic Cup in Shenzhen from July 19-23.

    Roster (of 13):

    Mahir Agva (Giessen 46ers)
    Ismet Akpinar (Ratiopharm Ulm)
    Robin Amaize (Medi Bayreuth)
    Till Gloger (Mitteldeutscher BC)
    Jonas Grof (Phoenix Hagen)
    Stefan Ilzhöfer (Römerstrom Gladiators Trier)
    Dominic Lockhart (BG Göttingen)
    Andreas Obst (Oettinger Rockets)
    Johannes Richter (Oettinger Rockets)
    Sid-Marlon Theis (Walter Tigers Tübingen)
    Maximilian Ugrai (Science City Jena)
    Fabian Bleck (Eisbären Bremerhaven)
    Lukas Meisner (Columbia University/USA)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hepcat View Post
    Jones Cup you say?

    Jones Cup

    Hmmmmm, here's the Canadian roster:


    #2 – Dwayne Smith (204cm, 95kgs)
    #3 – Shaquille Keith (201cm, 102kgs)
    #4 – Joey Haywood (190cm, 84kgs)
    #5 – Diego Kapelan (192cm, 84kgs)
    #6 – Joel Friesen (198cm, 92kgs)
    #7 – Tramique Sutherland (182cm, 80kgs)
    #8 – Garreyy Williamson (198cm, 92kgs)
    #9 – Conor Morgan (210cm, 98kgs)
    #10 – Connor Wood (203cm, 95kgs)
    #11 – Dallin Bachynski (214cm, 118kgs)
    #12 – Michale Kyser (212cm, 98kgs)

    What the heck is the Jones Cup by the way? I haven't heard of any of these guys besides Dallin Bachynski (Jordan's brother and ex-NCAA at Utah, who I believe played in Poland last year). Not that I bother to watch the CIS though. Who are these players?

    This seems like a showcase of lower level players to Asian professional clubs? Is that the point of this tournament?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojo13 View Post
    What the heck is the Jones Cup by the way?

    This seems like a showcase of lower level players to Asian professional clubs? Is that the point of this tournament?
    That does seem to about sum it up. My knowledge of the Jones Cup is derived entirely from the following:

    William Jones Cup - Wikipedia

    2017 Jones Cup - Wikipedia

    Canada is currently tied for first with a 4-1 record.

    http://www.interbasket.net/forums/sh...-Jul-15-Aug-2)


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    Quote Originally Posted by mojo13 View Post
    Not that I bother to watch the CIS though.
    Well you should. It's a league of, for and by Canadians, and involves actual students to boot.

    Last edited by Hepcat; 07-19-2017 at 11:07 PM.

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    Korea's 2017 Universiade Team

    F Moon Seonggon
    G Cheon Ki-Beom
    C Park In-Tae
    G Kim Nak-Hyeon
    F Jeon Hyun-Woo
    C Park Jong-Hyun
    F Heo Jeong
    G Byeon Jun-Hyeong
    F Kang Sangjae
    F Ahn Yeong-Jun
    G Kim Jin-Yong
    C Lee Yoon-Su

    Seonggon, Ki-Beom, In-Tae and Sangjae are already professional players in the Korean Basketball League.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hepcat View Post
    Well you should. it's a league of, for and by Canadians, and involves actual students to boot.

    No thanks. I played CIS in my younger years. I am thankful for the experience but it's is pretty much a bush-league in all aspects. If I was good enough for the NCAA, at an equivalent educational-quality school, I would have gone without a second thought. Same would hold true today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojo13 View Post
    No thanks. I played CIS in my younger years. I am thankful for the experience but it's is pretty much a bush-league in all aspects.
    Well it's not supposed to be semi-pro. And personally I find almost any level of competition compelling so long as I have an emotional investment in one team or the other.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mojo13 View Post
    What the heck is the Jones Cup by the way? I haven't heard of any of these guys besides Dallin Bachynski (Jordan's brother and ex-NCAA at Utah, who I believe played in Poland last year). Not that I bother to watch the CIS though. Who are these players?

    This seems like a showcase of lower level players to Asian professional clubs? Is that the point of this tournament?
    Jones cup is an annual tournament in Taiwan, different years have different teams but typically it stands as a tuneup/practice time for Asian national teams like Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Iran, Philippines, etc. Often teams are invited from Russia, America or Canada, these teams are fun because they provide different styles of play.

    Often times some of the teams are dudes hunting for overseas contracts, the taem has some NCAA, D-league and NBL players on it
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    Quote Originally Posted by locdogjr View Post
    Jones cup is an annual tournament in Taiwan, different years have different teams but typically it stands as a tuneup/practice time for Asian national teams like Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Iran, Philippines, etc. Often teams are invited from Russia, America or Canada, these teams are fun because they provide different styles of play.

    Often times some of the teams are dudes hunting for overseas contracts, the taem has some NCAA, D-league and NBL players on it
    Speaking of the Jones Cup and in relation with this thread, Taiwan and Japan's NTs who are currently playing in this year's JC are their Universiade squads. Taiwan's Kyle Barone is not for the Universiade as a sidenote.
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    Germany Universiade team won the Stankovic Cup beating a Croatian "B" team in the title game 69-65.
    Boxscore

    Robin Amaize named MVP.

    Germany lost to Croatia in an earlier prelim round game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlo View Post
    Germany Universiade team won the Stankovic Cup beating a Croatian "B" team in the title game 69-65.
    Boxscore

    Robin Amaize named MVP.

    Germany lost to Croatia in an earlier prelim round game.
    Should be a good tournament, I just bought my tickets for three different days.
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    Czech Republic Men's team:

    Tomáš Bělohradský, C 200 1997
    Václav Bujnoch, C 200 1993
    Rostislav Dragoun, G 190 1996
    Lukáš Feštr, G 185 1994
    Filip Kroutil, Fw 190 1996
    Jan Křivánek, Fw 203 1994
    Miroslav Kvapil, Fw 202 1993
    Martin Novák, F/C 199 1993
    Radek Pumprla, Fw 193 1995
    Marek Sehnal, Fw 196 1996
    Vilém Svoboda, Fw 195 1995
    Ondřej Šiška, G 190 1993
    Jan Štěrba, F/C 195 1995

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    After M.Valinskas injury Lithuanian team has 13 candidates left

    Rytis Juknevičius 23 187 cm
    Kristupas Žemaitis 20 192 cm

    Justas Tamulis 22 196 cm
    Tomas Dimša 23 195 cm
    Evaldas Šaulys 24 196 cm
    Ignas Vaitkus 24 196 cm

    Mindaugas Kačinas 23 205 cm
    Donatas Tarolis 23 202 cm
    Regimantas Miniotas 21 206 cm

    Matas Jucikas 23 205 cm
    Martinas Gebenas 22 206 cm
    Martynas Sajus 21 208 cm
    Laimonas Chatkevičius 24 211 cm

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    Canada women's preliminary list of 18 announced:
    http://www.basketball.ca/en/news-art...-national-team

    Angela Bongomin is currently engaged with the U19 WC team.

    It's a mix of players attending American & Canadian colleges, plus one HS (Kyla Shand, who was an alternate for the U19 WC team) and one from Spanish League D2 (Mariah Nunes).

    The team will also compete at the U23/24 Tokyo tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlo View Post
    Canada women's preliminary list of 18 announced:
    http://www.basketball.ca/en/news-art...-national-team

    Angela Bongomin is currently engaged with the U19 WC team.

    It's a mix of players attending American & Canadian colleges, plus one HS (Kyla Shand, who was an alternate for the U19 WC team) and one from Spanish League D2 (Mariah Nunes).

    The team will also compete at the U23/24 Tokyo tournament.
    Alex Kiss-Rusk is currently having a strong tournament for Quebec in the Francophone Games--17 points 9 rebounds against Mali in the quarterfinals, 21 points 13 rebounds against Romania in the group stage. They play Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles (full of current and former Belgian youth internations) in the semifinals.
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    So Matas Jucikas, Laimonas Chatkevičius and Rytis Juknevičius were cut loose from the Lithuanian roster. Admittedly I'm surprised that Jucikas and Chatkevičius were let go but this is simply because I'm familiar with their names. I can't say I have any particular insight in how they were doing with the team.

    Center Martynas Sajus who had been at the national team's training camp until last weekend joined the team though. The final roster of the Lithuanian team therefore now stands as follows:

    Paulius Danisevičius 22 178 cm
    Dovis Bičkauskis 23 191 cm
    Kristupas Žemaitis 20 192 cm
    Justas Tamulis 22 196 cm
    Evaldas Šaulys 24 190 cm
    Tomas Dimša 23 195 cm
    Ignas Vaitkus 24 196 cm
    Mindaugas Kačinas 23 205 cm
    Donatas Tarolis 23 202 cm
    Martynas Sajus 21 208 cm
    Martinas Gebenas 22 206 cm
    Regimantas Miniotas 21 206 cm

    While the team previously seemed to be spinning its wheels during friendlies with losses to Angola and China and victories only against New Zealand, it may now be jelling. The final score during yesterday's friendly against Serbia was 86-68 for Lithuania.


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    Scorers for Serbia in loss to Lithuania : Jovanovic 7, Brkic 8, Tejic 18, Nenadic 6, Veljkovic 2, Pavlovic 4, Djokovic 6, Nikolic 4, Sarenac 8, Topalovic 2, Vranes 2, Matic.

    Lithuanians shot 58% from the 3pt-line.


    Scorers for Serbia in today's 67-57 win over Montenegro : Jovanovic 9, Brkic, Tejic 17, Nenadic 18, Veljkovic 3, Pavlovic 2, Djokovic 11, Nikolic, Sarenac 3, Topalovic 1, Vranes 3, Matic.
    Scorers for Montenegro : Knezevic 12, Krivokapic 7, Hadzibegovic 5, Radunovic 6, Vrbica 9, Starovlah 4, Mikovic 1, Pavic 6, Nikolic 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlo View Post
    Germany will send the A2 team, that is going to play at Stankovic Cup in Shenzhen from July 19-23.

    Roster (of 13):

    Mahir Agva (Giessen 46ers)
    Ismet Akpinar (Ratiopharm Ulm)
    Robin Amaize (Medi Bayreuth)
    Till Gloger (Mitteldeutscher BC)
    Jonas Grof (Phoenix Hagen)
    Stefan Ilzhöfer (Römerstrom Gladiators Trier)
    Dominic Lockhart (BG Göttingen)
    Andreas Obst (Oettinger Rockets)
    Johannes Richter (Oettinger Rockets)
    Sid-Marlon Theis (Walter Tigers Tübingen)
    Maximilian Ugrai (Science City Jena)
    Fabian Bleck (Eisbären Bremerhaven)
    Lukas Meisner (Columbia University/USA)
    Final team:

    Mahir Agva (Giessen 46ers)
    Robin Amaize (Medi Bayreuth)
    Till Gloger (Mitteldeutscher BC)
    Jonas Grof (Phoenix Hagen)
    Stefan Ilzhöfer (Römerstrom Gladiators Trier)
    Dominic Lockhart (BG Göttingen)
    Andreas Obst (Oettinger Rockets)
    Johannes Richter (Oettinger Rockets)
    Sid-Marlon Theis (Walter Tigers Tübingen)
    Maximilian Ugrai (Science City Jena)
    Fabian Bleck (Eisbären Bremerhaven)
    Lukas Meisner (Columbia University/USA)

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    Serbia lose to China 65-69 in the 3rd and last day of the preparation tournament held in Dalian.

    According to Serbian coach Zoran Todorovic, Chinese game’s officials somehow managed to make a mess of a game Serbia would’ve won under pretty much any circumstances. It's worth mentioning that Serbia's three leading players Tejic, Nenadic and Djokovic were rested, and that Vranes, Sarenac, Brkic and Topalovic have stepped in and filled the void left by the absences of the leading players mentionned above.

    Scorers for Serbia : Jovanovic 5, Brkic 9, Tejic DNP, Nenadic DNP, Veljkovic 2, Pavlovic 2, Djokovic DNP, Nikolic 4, Sarenac 16, Topalovic 8, Vranes 16, Matic 2.

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