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    I think you are right Genjuro. They never played together in the NT

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    Did Reyes brothers ever play together in NT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergioRodriguez
    Alfonso and Felipe Reyes
    btw - i mentinoed the fact that the gasol's play with Gasol and Marc on their jerseys but felipe, eventhough his brother doesn't play for the NT anymore has F. Reyes written on his one - i guess he does that to honour his brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kestas
    Jasikevicius bros!
    I mean not in the future, but right now
    http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/110920...s-chances.html

    (see photo)
    What I really LOVE is the British expertise on basketball!!!

    The article is about äarūnas Jasikevičius, while the photo belongs to Vytenis Jasikevičius

    Oh, those gentlemen from the isles of cricket!

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    Felicisimo Fajardo and Gabby Fajardo of the Philippines - played for the national team in the 1940s (1948 London Olympics)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fearless
    Florent and Mickael Pietrus, but not this year
    In France, we had as well in the past the Beugnot brothers (Eric and Greg) during the 80s, and the Gadou brothers (Didier and Thierry, who both played in Pau-Orthez) during the 90s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lafa
    Did Reyes brothers ever play together in NT?
    Yes they did. They shared team from 2001 to 2003.

    By the way, I think Varejao has an older brother who played for Brazil, and I think they might have shared team a few years back, when Anderson started to play with the senior team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lafa
    oh yes my friend. zukauskas is like in top 10 surnames in lithuania. Eurelijus is from Klaipeda, Midaugas is from Siauliai. Midaugas played basketball whole his life, while Eurelijus was noticed (because of his height of course) by some basketball coach on the street when he was 17 yrs old or so...
    It's a myth! In fact he was at basketball school from start till the end. Then he finished school he started working as construction worker, but his (and Stombergas') coach brought him to Neptunas


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    Default Russia...

    Zakhar Pashutin (as a player) and Evgeny Pashutin (as an asistant coach if i'm not wrong).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmaquaes
    I think you are right Genjuro. They never played together in the NT
    sure? donīt play together in LAī84 or eurobasket 83 (nantes) or any other champ?

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    Sorry for offtopic: What was with Lavrinovic brothers and their prison sentence? I heard they raped a girl when hey were young. Is this true?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zwbgr
    Sorry for offtopic: What was with Lavrinovic brothers and their prison sentence? I heard they raped a girl when hey were young. Is this true?
    Check here: http://forums.interbasket.net/showpo...9&postcount=85
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    Now I donít like to brag, but Iíve actually got the best case of brothers playing on their National Team: the Duarte Brothers from Peru. There were four of them: Enrique, Luis, Raul, and Ricardo. Iíve been in touch with Ricardo and his son Jose. There was another brother, Juan Carlos, but he did not play for the National Team at that time.

    The brothers played extremely well, beating two-time World Champions Brazil, but failing to qualify for a metal.

    I made an application to the Guinness Book of World Records to have the Duarte Brothers listed, but it was turned down. I think Iím going to start an internet campaign. Seriously. Maybe Iíll do it through IBN.

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    Anderson Varejao and Sandro Varejao for Brazil and also Marcelinho Machado and Duda Machado played few games together for the brazilian national team.

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    Andy Seigle played for the Philippines in 1990s while his young brother Danny Seigle currently playing for the Philippines since 2002


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    In Greece there was also a famous case. Fanis and Christos Christodoulou. I don't know if Christos ever played for the national team though. Fanis was a major talent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rikhardur
    Eurelijus and Mindaugas éukauskas.
    they aren't brothers,only the same second name

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    I thought the thread is about "Brothas" in European NTs...
    aim low, score high

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    Quote Originally Posted by zwbgr
    Sorry for offtopic: What was with Lavrinovic brothers and their prison sentence? I heard they raped a girl when hey were young. Is this true?
    That was not a girl Yes they raped then she went to police, then they gave her about $3700 and she took charges away but somehow cops still managed to put them in prison.

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