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    Quote Originally Posted by slice me nice View Post
    What a bummer that a team which is coached by a sharpshooter like Serkan Erdoğan threw bricks to the basket from the perimeter (2/17).
    The big problems in last 8-10 years for turkish players and turkish basketball. Lots of good players but probably with Korkmaz excepction bad shooting players from 3s and not a ginle player who is a catch and shoot player. It´s a question of style of playing, i´m afraid and probably you have to incorporate 3 point shots in U14 category if you wanna create a specialist in that area.

    p.s-->yesterday´s game against macedonia was much worth watch cuz Turkey played with better players. I want to see final squad Erdogan choose for championship..

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    Quote Originally Posted by roloj View Post
    The big problems in last 8-10 years for turkish players and turkish basketball. Lots of good players but probably with Korkmaz excepction bad shooting players from 3s and not a ginle player who is a catch and shoot player. It´s a question of style of playing, i´m afraid and probably you have to incorporate 3 point shots in U14 category if you wanna create a specialist in that area.

    p.s-->yesterday´s game against macedonia was much worth watch cuz Turkey played with better players. I want to see final squad Erdogan choose for championship..
    The way you train kids to develop a good shot from the perimeter is not by forcing them to do this from an early age. It is more crucial that in the formative years (pre-teen and early teen) that a proper shooting technique and balance are though as the kids are growing and getting more strength in their arms and legs (especially important for the jumpshot). The shot is built from inside-out, so easier shots need to be conquered and shooting mechanics fixed and improved as the range increases. As they develop physically the limitations from a physical standpoint will decrease and the shot can be more lethal from further distances.

    The things that need to be worked are shooting mechanics, ball handling and shot transition, catch and shoot technique, spring action, shoulder squaring to the basket, ball placement and hand movement during the shot. All those things need to be emphasized. As the kids get more confidence in their shot and get in more reps the range will come.

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    Rang list of the seven best 99' born BiH players:

    1. Dž. Musa
    2. Nj. Sikiraš
    3. S. Čampara
    4. L. Mutić
    5. E. Čerkezović
    6. A. Janković
    7. S. Kočić

    Righ now only Čerkezović is sure for the U18 EC.

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    Turkey big time prospect Onuralp Bitim is out due to disciplinary issues, while Ahmet Can Duran (another nice prospect, center) will be out with injury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gockun View Post
    Turkey big time prospect Onuralp Bitim is out due to disciplinary issues, while Ahmet Can Duran (another nice prospect, center) will be out with injury.
    This was expected after all the news coming out about his "growing up" antics lately.

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    Turkey played two preparation games in Montenegro versus home side

    Montenegro - Turkey 64 - 73

    M. Simonović 13 points, 9 rebounds
    N. Vujović 13 points, 6 rebounds
    J. Čepić 8 points
    A. Slavković 7 points

    Y. Saybir 26 points
    M. Mustafa 16 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals
    S. Hazer 12 points, 4 rebounds, 4 steals
    D. Dora 11 points

    Montenegro - Turkey 67 - 71

    M. Simonović 20 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals
    V. Popović 12 points
    A. Slavković 9 points, 3 assists
    N. Žižić 8 points

    B. Sarikaya 12 points, 4 rebounds
    M. Mustafa 11 points, 4 rebounds
    Y. Saybir 11 points, 4 rebounds
    M. Akay 9 points, 4 rebounds

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    BiH 14 players roster:


    PG Sani Čampara (99') 6'1''

    PG Adi Alikadić (99') 6'2''

    PG Hamza Begić (00') 6'0''

    PG Robert Soldo (00') 6'4''

    SG Aljoša Janković (99') 6'6''

    SG Stefan Adžić (99') 6'4''

    SF Emir Čerkezović (99') 6'5''

    SF Vojin Ilić (00') 6'6''

    PF Amar Barukčija (99') 6'7''

    PF Omar Pajić (99') 6'8''

    C Vedran Mirković (99') 6'8''

    C Kenan Kamenjaš (00') 6'9''

    C Kosta Savić (99') 6'10''

    C Nedim Omerović (00') 6'9''


    There is a small chance Sikiraš will join, but right now seems like Čampara and Janković are best players in this team. Goal: Keep division A status.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gockun View Post
    Turkey big time prospect Onuralp Bitim is out due to disciplinary issues, while Ahmet Can Duran (another nice prospect, center) will be out with injury.
    Bitim and Erdogan together, just one to stay...

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    BiH final roster:

    PG Sani Čampara (99') 6'1''

    PG Adi Alikadić (99') 6'2''

    PG Robert Soldo (00') 6'4''

    SG Hamza Begić (00') 6'2''

    SG Stefan Adžić (99') 6'4''

    SG Aljoša Janković (99') 6'6''

    SF Emir Čerkezović (99') 6'5''

    SF Vojin Ilić (00') 6'6''

    PF Njegoš Sikiraš (99') 6'9''

    C Vedran Mirković (99') 6'8''

    C Kenan Kamenjaš (00') 6'9''

    C Nedim Omerović (00') 6'9''
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    Serbia roster:

    PG Aleksa Uskoković (99') 6'4'' Crvena Zvezda

    PG Vuk Vulikić (99') 6'3'' Dynamic

    SG Andrija Marjanović (99') 6'7'' Barcelona

    SG Aleksa Matić (99') 6'4'' Mega

    SG Tadija Tadić (99') 6'5'' Partizan

    SG Stefan Momirov (99') 6'5'' Crvena Zvezda

    SF Marko Šarenac (99') 6'6'' Metalac

    SF Nikola Mišković (99') 6'9'' Mega

    PF Danilo Petrović (99') 6'8'' Virtus Bologna

    C Marko Pecarski (00') 6'9'' Bayern Munchen

    C Filip Petrušev (00') 6'11'' USA

    C Balša Koprivica (00') 7'1'' USA
    Last edited by BiHBasket; 07-27-2017 at 11:19 AM.

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    Montenegro roster

    PG Nikola Vujović (99') 6'3''

    PG Pavle Titić (00') 6'2''

    PG Vuk Popović (99') 6'2''

    SG Bogdan Bojić (99') 6'3''

    SG Andrija Slavković (99') 6'6''

    SF Danilo Brnović (00') 6'7''

    PF Jakov Milošević (99') 6'8''

    PF Janko Čepić (99') 6'8''

    C Marko Simonović (99') 6'11'

    C Nikola Žižić (00') 6'10''

    C Goran Miladinović (99') 6'9''

    ? Marko Vujičić (?) ?



    Igor Drobnjak(00') who averaged 17.7 points and 4 assists at U16 EC 2016 will miss this tournament because of injury.
    Last edited by BiHBasket; 07-28-2017 at 10:25 PM.

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    Turkey:

    SG-SF Erkin Şenel ('99)
    PG Eray Akyüz ('00)
    C Ragıp Berke Atar ('99)
    C Alperen Demir ('00)
    SG Şehmus Hazer ('99)
    PF Yiğitcan Saybir ('99)
    SF Muhaymin Mustafa ('99)
    PG-SG Arda Erdoğan ('99)
    PG Mert Akay ('00)
    SG Doruk Dora ('99)
    PF Yiğit Baran Sarıkaya ('99)
    C Emre Tanışan ('99)


    p.s--As always I think preparation is too long in Turkey...

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    Turkey also announced the final roster.

    PG: Eray Akyüz, Mert Akay, Arda Erdoğan
    SG: Erkin Şenel, Şehmus Hazer, Doruk Dora
    SF: Muhaymin Mustafa
    PF: Yiğitcan Saybir, Yiğit Baran Sarıkaya
    C: Ragıp Berke Atar, Alperen Demir, Emre Tanışan.

    We miss the top guns for various reasons. This team is much weaker than the last year's WC silver medalist one on paper, but still can fight for the top. Not the best team that we would have assembled, but I can't put the work ethics of these guys on the back burner. They are all good characters and conscious of the importance of being a team with a good chemistry and I think they have enough maturity to create a good atmosphere. No matter how much I like Bitim, he is surely a trouble-maker even at this level. The key player is Saybir. He has improved his game nicely this year, I expect him to have his break-out tournament. Alperen Demir also had a good preparation period, it will be interesting to see how he will back-up Atar.

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    Slovenia

    PG Jernej Heine (00') 6'0''

    PG Nejc Klavžar (99') 6'0''

    PG Martin Jarc (00') 6'2''

    SG David Kralj (99') 6'3''

    SG Maksim Gorbachov (00') 6'1''

    SG Maks Klanjšček (99') 6'4''

    SF Samo Gaberšek (99') 6'4''

    SF Matej Sušec (99') 6'7''

    PF Nikolas Šuša (99') 6'6''

    PF Jure Ličen (00') 6'6''

    C Matevž Mlakar (99') 6'8''

    C Adrian Jogan (00') 6'9''

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    99 and 00 generations seems to be best that Finland have ever produced.

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    Deserved win by Finland against Lithuania by 20 pts. Lithuanian team that won medals before (and could win against Finland team as well) looked extremely bad. Complectation is also very bad. Some decent players were cut or even not invited and some guys in the roster can't play this game. All this hardly understundable shit where basketball means a lot.

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    BiH beat France . I did not expect that even do they miss 3 or 4 players. Campara amazing today

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    #FreeKoprivica

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