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    Serbia women's U20 provisional list announced :

    Aleksandra Katanic (PG 175 1997 Crvena zvezda)
    Katarina Zec (SG 178 1997 UTEP - NCAA)
    Jovana Nogic (SF 180 1997 Providence - NCAA)
    Snezana Bogicevic (SF 178 1997 Crvena zvezda)
    Sanja Dundjerski (SG/SF 181 1997 Srbobran)
    Jovana Subasic (PF/C 187 1997 Washington State - NCAA)
    Anastasija Podunavac (PF 184 1997 ZKA Novi Sad)
    Ana Ilic (C 190 1997 Radivoj Korac)
    Djurdjina Djokic (PG 168 1998 Crvena zvezda)
    Vladana Vujasic (SG 178 1998 Student)
    Lara Radulovic (SG 170 1998 ZKA Novi Sad)
    Nevena Vuckovic (SG 176 1998 Radivoj Korac)
    Marija Stoijljkovic (PF 188 1998 Radivoj Korac)
    Milica Bojovic (C 187 1998 Crvena zvezda)
    Tamara Jovancevic (PF 186 1998 ZKA Novi Sad)
    Mina Djordjevic (PF 187 1999 Crvena zvezda)

    One of Serbia's best players, 193 cm C Kristina Arsenic has torn ACL in right knee two month ago. A 195 cm freshman of serbian ancestry from NCAA could have been a legit replacement to start at the center spot instead of Arsenic but the Basketball Federation of Serbia has shown not one iota of interest in her given her name and surname don't sound serbian.

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    Bosnia and Herzegovina U20 team lost to Japan senior one (69-100) in a friendly tournament underway in Skopje. Jovana Markovic ('97) led all scorers with 20 points. Japanese squad was led by Yuka Osaki and Kaede Kondo with 17 points each.

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    U20 tournament in Bourg (France)

    Day 1 : SPAIN 89- PORTUGAL 56 (17-10 ; 37-19 ; 61-42)

    Spain :
    Raventos 5
    Cazorla 6
    Lopez Rodriguez 3
    Che Tortola 3
    Salvadores Alavres 15
    Hermida Herraez 8
    Martianez Vendrell 8
    Muhaate Pena 9
    Etxarri Munarriz 4
    Perez Araujo 8
    Diallo Dieng 12
    Ginzo Arantes 8

    Portugal :
    Bernardeco 8
    Brandao 8
    Miranda 5
    Rolo 4
    Rodrigues 9
    Costa 12
    Goncalves 10
    Garcia 0
    Mateus 0

    Full stats : http://www.fibalivestats.com/u/FFBB/...dex_en_AU.html

    Day 1 : FRANCE 63 - SERBIA 39 (24-16 ; 41-31 ; 49-33)

    France :
    Limouzin 0
    Mulumba 0
    Mantelin 4
    Bankolé 23
    Foppossi 6
    Berkani 3
    Lezin 6
    Bienvenu 2
    Rousseau, 7
    Djaldi-Tabdi 8
    Muzet 4

    Serbia :
    Zec 2
    Djokic 0
    Subasic 0
    Bogicevic 9
    Podunavac 0
    Katanic 8
    Nogic 10
    Vujisic 0
    Ilic 6
    Bojovic 2
    Jovancevic 2
    Djordjevic 0

    Full stats : http://www.fibalivestats.com/u/FFBB/...dex_en_AU.html

    Day 2 : FRANCE 88 - PORTUGAL 55 (27-10 ; 57-23 ; 67-43)

    France :
    Limouzin 9
    Mulumba 2
    Mantelin 12
    Bankolé 16
    Berkani 13
    Lezin 2
    Bienvenu 6
    Rousseau 2
    Djaldi-Tabdi 13
    Muzet 13

    Portugal :
    Bernardeco 7
    Brandao 0
    Miranda 2
    Rolo 2
    Rodrigues 9
    Costa 10
    Goncalves 6
    Garcia 0
    Mateus 10

    Full stats : http://www.fibalivestats.com/u/FFBB/...dex_en_AU.html

    Day 2 : SERBIA 62 - SPAIN 59 (17-16 ; 25-24 ; 48-42)

    Serbia :
    Zec 9
    Djokic 3
    Subasic 6
    Bogicevic 8
    Podunavac 2
    Katanic 4
    Nogic 7
    Vujisic 0
    Ilic 6
    Bojovic 2
    Djordjevic 15

    Spain :
    Raventos Roig 4
    Cazorla 8
    Lopez Rodriguez 0
    Che Tortola, 3
    Salvadores Alavres 3
    Hermida Herraez 5
    Martianez Vendrell 0
    Lopez Tobi 5
    Etxarri Munarriz 2
    Perez Araujo 20
    Diallo Dieng 3
    Ginzo Arantes 6

    Full stats : http://www.fibalivestats.com/u/FFBB/...dex_en_AU.html

    Day 3 : SERBIA 82 - PORTUGAL 73 (21-14 ; 41-33 ; 65-57)

    Portugal :
    Bernardeco 11
    Brandao 6
    Miranda 4
    Rolo 6
    Rodrigues 11
    Costa 17
    Garcia 0
    Mateus 18

    Serbia :
    Zec 10
    Djokic 2
    Subasic 9
    Bogicevic 8
    Podunavac 4
    Katanic 8
    Nogic 23
    Vujisic 2
    Ilic 0
    Bojovic 16
    Jovancevic 0

    Full stats :http://www.fibalivestats.com/u/FFBB/...dex_en_AU.html

    Day 3 : SPAIN 74 - FRANCE 49 ( 28-12 ; 39-30 ; 55-45)

    France :
    Limouzin 5
    Dorby 1
    Mantelin 6
    Bankolé 13
    Berkani 8
    Lezin 0
    Bienvenu 0
    Rousseau 0
    Djaldi-Tabdi 0
    Muzet 2

    Spain :
    Raventos Roig 5
    Cazorla 8
    Lopez Rodriguez 2
    Che Tortola 0
    Salvadores Alavres 19
    Hermida Herraez 0
    Martianez Vendrell 5
    Lopez Tobi 3
    Muhate Pena 6
    Etxarri Munarriz 3
    Perez Araujo 10
    Ginzo Arantes 13

    Full stats :http://www.fibalivestats.com/u/FFBB/...dex_en_AU.html


    Standing
    1. Spain
    2. Serbia
    3. France
    4. Portugal
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    It's worth to mention that Serbia played without its starting PF 6'2" Marija Stojiljkovic ('98) who got injured (knee) prior to the tournament, that Portugal was without its starting C of Bulgarian ancestry 6'4" Maria Kostourkova ('97) and that France didn't select its 6'6" C of Serbian ancestry Ana Tadic ('98).

    Edit : If I were in Serbia's U20 coach shoes, I would have picked Detroit's 5'8" freshman SG Anja Marinkovic ('98) and Western Michigan 5'9" commit G Nina Farkic ('98) and Oregon 6'5" freshman C Mallory McGwire ('97) who has Serbian roots through her maternal grandfather.
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    Germany overcame Belgium 71-67, led by Oregon recruit Satou Sabally (16 pts). Laure Resimont was high for Belgium with 15.

    Italy faced twice Slovenia in Pesaro, losing the first game 63-52 and winning the second 69-45. Next weekend Italy will play Russia and Turkey at another meet in Pesaro.

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    Latest friendly games played.

    CZECH REPUBLIC 87 - CROATIA 46 (15:18, 28:9, 27:3, 17:16)

    Croatia : Simunić 2, Stojsavljevic 3, Soric 6, Silov 7, Ilic 8, Maric 9, Strize, Boric, Kelava 6, Trehub 5.


    CROATIA 66 - BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA 93

    Croatia : Silov 24 & Stojsavljevic 10.

    Bosnia : Heljic 20 (10 reb), Brcaninovic 20 & Kovacevic 18.




    SERBIA 75 - BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA 64 (21:17, 20:17, 18:5, 16:25)

    Serbia: Zec 14 (4 stl), Dundjerski, Djokic, Subasic 11 (8 reb & 5 ast), Bogicevic 8, Podunavac, Katanic 11, Nogic 25 (6/10 3s), Vujisic 2, Ilic , Bojovic 2, Djordjevic 1.

    Bosnia & Herzegovina : Hadziefendic, Azinovic, Reljic, Glotic 9, Omerbasic, Miseljic 13, Kovacevic 4, Heljic, Brcaninovic 17, Markovic 7, Marjanović, Domuzin 8, Alispahic, Krakic 6.
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    SERBIA 91- BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA 76 (12:19, 27:17, 28:18, 24:22)

    Serbia : Zec 16, Dundjerski, Djokic, Subasic 15, Bogicevic 12, Podunavac, Katanic 15, Nogic 26 (made 6 threes just like the previous day), Jovancevic, Ilic, Bojovic, Djordjevic 3.

    Bosnia & Herzegovina : Hadziefendic, Azinovic 8, Reljic 3, Glotic 16, Omerbasic 3, Miseljic 26, Kovacevic 14, Heljic, Markovic 4, Marjanovic, Domuzin 2, Alispahic, Krakic.

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    Highly contested match between Italy and Latvia in a 5-8 places classification game today. Italy won 89-87 after 2ot and 5" left with a short jumper of Lucrezia Costa on a fine assist by Mariella Santucci. Both are NCAA rising sophs at UMBC and Toledo. Latvia was led by talented F/C Digna Strautmane (29 pts, 15 reb and 3 blocks) a Syracuse signee. Italian team was missing its top player Francesca Pan (Georgia Tech) for injury.

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    Spain won its 7th title after overcoming surprising Slovenia (winner of favorite France in sf) 73-63 in the final. This 1997 generation won gold at Euro U16 and U18 as well as silver at 2014 U17 WC. Russia is back towards the top taking bronze over a disappointing France.
    Spain's Maria Araujo earned MVP honors, other All-Star five are teammate Maria Conde, big Elizaveta Shabanova of Russia and guards Annamaria Prezelj (Slo) and Agnes Studer (Hun).

    Germany won Div B title led by MVP Satou Sabally.

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