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    Quote Originally Posted by bosnaASA
    Bosna and Siroki play in the finals. games will be played in Sarajevo on 2 June, in Siroki on 5 June, and the third game, if needed, in Sarajevo on 9 June.

    titula ostaje u sarajevu!!!! i ne samo ove godine!!!!
    Anything on TV airing this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woma
    Anything on TV airing this?
    FTV, saturday, 2 June,4:55 PM

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosnaASA
    FTV, saturday, 2 June,4:55 PM
    What is this? Are they on satellite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosnaASA
    FTV, saturday, 2 June,4:55 PM
    Hey man, do you have my friend Mujo Tyuljkovic in avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by woma
    What is this? Are they on satellite?
    it's federal televosion. And no, sorry

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    Široki won the league. They're in adriatic league next year and Bosna is not.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jon_Koncak View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Matiz
    Široki won the league. They're in adriatic league next year and Bosna is not.
    Surprise, surprise, surprise.
    Josip Vrankovic owns Nenad Markovic .
    Why you should going out to get a hamburger, if you can get steak at home?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woma
    Surprise, surprise, surprise.
    Josip Vrankovic owns Nenad Markovic .
    I guess that was harder to do on court than from the bench, since Marković was a great player but I wouldn't want him to coach my team.

    Bosna's defense was dissastrous through the season, and I guess if a team has to outscore the opponent repeatedly, things can get wrong, as in this case.
    indeed a surprise. I hope Bosna Sarajevo will survive the shock and manage to build a decent team for the next seasons.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jon_Koncak View Post
    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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    Default Bosna Asa In Uleb?

    bosna will play in uleb? we're waiting for the confirmation. do you guys know anything about that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosnaASA
    bosna will play in uleb? we're waiting for the confirmation. do you guys know anything about that?
    Helios has denied the invitation, saying that they should know that about a month earlier since they've already got a determined financial structure for the next season, so I guess Bosna is next in the line.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jon_Koncak View Post
    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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    Bosna-Siroki finals game one here (61-71 start 4th)

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    Both teams are qoulifyed for Adriatic league since Slovenia was last in Adriatic league by national standings
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    Siroki is new BiH champion. They won 81-75
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    Default Bosnian NT

    Bosnian preliminar roster for the additional qualification round.

    Only few hours after Slovenian Basketball Federation denied to its Bosnia native players the right to play for Bosnia, Mensur Bajramovic adds pressure on slovenian officials by selecting Emir Preldzic although he is still ineligible to play for his native country.
    It seems that Emir decides not to play for Slovenia anymore.

    The other big question mark in bosnian team is Goran Suton. He still doesn't have decide if he will play for Bosnia or for Croatia.

    PG Nemanja Gordić (194 1988 Buducnost Podgorica MNE)
    PG Vedran Princ (190 1982 Cibona Zagreb CRO)
    PG Saša Vasiljević (183 1979 Kolossos GRE)
    PG Zlatko Jovanović (180 1984 Sloboda Dita Tuzla)
    PG Aleksej Nešović (189 1985 Olimpija Ljubljana SLO)
    G Ernest Bremer (196 1980 Triumph Lyubertsy RUS)
    SG Nihad Đedović (196 1990 Cornella SPA 3)
    SG Goran Ikonić (196 1980 Bosna Sarajevo)
    SG Henry Domercant (192 1980 Siena ITA)
    SG/SF Ivan Opačak (202 1980 Murcia SPA)
    SF Emir Preldžić (206 1987 Fenerbahçe TUR)
    SF Milan Milošević (203 1985 Crvena Zvezda SRB)
    SF Mujo Tuljković (203 1979 Starograd Gdanski POL)
    SF Jasmin Hukić (204 1979 Olimpija Ljubljana SLO)
    F Mirza Teletović (203 1985 Tau Vitoria)
    F Edin Bavčić (210 1984 Köln GER)
    F Miralem Halilović (206 1991 Sloboda Dita Tuzla)
    PF Kenan Bajramović (206 1981 Turk Telekom Ankara TUR)
    PF Oliver Stević (204 1984 Crvena Zvezda SRB)
    PF/C Goran Suton (209 Michigan State NCAA)
    C Ermin Jazvin (210 1980 Spartak Primorie Vladivostok RUS)
    C Elmedin Kikanović (210 1988 Crvena Zvezda SRB)
    C Esmir Rizvić (213 1982 Texas Tech NCAA)
    C Ratko Varda (216 1979 Khimki RUS)
    C Nedžad Sinanović (221 1983 Burgos SPA 2)

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    LOL why add Preldžić and not Begić? Isn't Begić also Bosnian by birth?

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    hope they can make surprise and qualify for EB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alyosha12 View Post
    LOL why add Preldžić and not Begić? Isn't Begić also Bosnian by birth?
    Because Preldzic wants to play for BIH no matter what it takes, which is not Begic case. I'm almost certain that Preldzic will not come to slovenian trials for NT and that Slovenian Basketball Federation will never agree to give him back to Bosnia. So, he will have a great summer free career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alyosha12 View Post
    LOL why add Preldžić and not Begić? Isn't Begić also Bosnian by birth?
    yes but Begic doesn't want to play for them unlike Preldzic who said he would like to play for his native country (if media didn't make up that news last summer). Anway Slovenian federation agreed they will not make troubles for their native players. It's all up to Preldzic
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlbionGate View Post
    Only few hours after Slovenian Basketball Federation denied to its Bosnia native players the right to play for Bosnia, Mensur Bajramovic adds pressure on slovenian officials by selecting Emir Preldzic although he is still ineligible to play for his native country.
    It seems that Emir decides not to play for Slovenia anymore.

    The other big question mark in bosnian team is Goran Suton. He still doesn't have decide if he will play for Bosnia or for Croatia.
    A NOOB quetions now
    Why is it that playersa from Bosnia can play for Other countries like Croatia, and Slovenian??????

    does Fiba even care about it ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis View Post
    A NOOB quetions now
    Why is it that playersa from Bosnia can play for Other countries like Croatia, and Slovenian??????

    does Fiba even care about it ?
    there is big difrence betwen Serbia and Crotia then Slovenia. Players like Planinic, Barac are Croats from Hercegovina whille Radmanovic is Serbian born in B&H. Whille Preldzic, Begic, Capin... are native Bosnians who are naturalized

    Suton is special case. His father is Croat from Hercegovina, mother Serbian from B&H and he was born in Sarajevo. So practicly he can play for anbody he wants
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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