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    Group A

    31/03 JPN 67 TUR 73
    31/03 ARG 67 AUS 92
    31/03 GER 86 ISR 85
    01/04 AUS 89 ISR 66
    01/04 TUR 73 ARG 79
    01/04 GER 113 JPN 48
    02/04 JPN 56 AUS 85
    02/04 ISR 106 ARG 83
    02/04 GER 74 TUR 70
    04/04 TUR 78 ISR 90
    04/04 ARG 77 JPN 78
    04/04 GER 65 AUS 56
    05/04 AUS 72 TUR 53
    05/04 JPN 72 ISR 78
    05/04 GER 88 ARG 68


    Group B

    31/03 RUS 98 EGY 54
    31/03 ITA 75 CHN 74
    31/03 USA 73 FRA 79
    01/04 EGY 52 ITA 102
    01/04 FRA 80 RUS 84
    01/04 CHN 96 USA 100
    02/04 FRA 87 EGY 61
    02/04 RUS 97 CHN 71
    02/04 USA 71 ITA 104
    04/04 ITA 68 RUS 65
    04/04 CHN 71 FRA 94
    04/04 EGY 76 USA 106
    05/04 CHN 88 EGY 81
    05/04 FRA 73 ITA 83
    05/04 RUS 85 USA 83


    11th Place

    06/04 JPN 61 EGY 67


    9th Place

    06/04 CHN 75 TUR 83


    5th to 8th Places

    06/04 ISR 86 USA 73
    06/04 FRA 79 ARG 74


    1/2 Finals

    06/04 ITA 51 AUS 84
    06/04 GER 80 RUS 75


    7th Place

    07/04 USA 93 ARG 80


    5th Place

    07/04 ISR 72 FRA 80


    3rd Place

    07/04 ITA 89 RUS 78


    Final

    07/04 AUS 66 GER 88
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    This is interesting what will happen this year...
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    Australia U18 team named:
    https://www.basketball-bund.de/ligen...2018-australia

    It's a tall team with 7 players measuring 2 m+, led by Samson Froling and Kody Stottman. Out of the 11 men roster, 8 won gold with the U17 team at the 2017 Oceania tournament.

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    USA team announced:
    https://www.basketball-bund.de/ast-2018-usa

    Quite difficult to find here good level prospects, only nationally ranked by the scouting specialists are Andre Jackson (#68, Future150) 2020 class and youngest player, Khalid Moore (#89) and Marcus Littles (#115) from 2018's.
    Only four players are of 2018 class, while seven are juniors.
    On paper it's even a weaker roster than 2016 team that finished just 9th, the worst placement since US-resident players participate in the tournament (i.e. since 1973).

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    As far as I know, there are about 50 players who are 6'11 or taller at high schools in U.S.(Most of them are American born) But none of them has been selected in roster. I don't know what U.S. is thinking.

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    Argentina U18 team finalized:

    Lucas Reyes, PG, 180 cm
    Julián Eydallín, PG, 196
    Juan De La Fuente, SG, 196
    Federico Pedano, SG, 194
    Juan Cruz Marini, SG, 194
    Fausto Ruesga, SF, 200
    Rolando Vallejos, SF, 197
    Tomás Pereyra, PF, 203
    Ramiro Rattero, PF, 204
    Juan Hierrezuelo, PF, 208
    Martín Flores, C, 206
    Cristian Bihurriet, C, 209

    It's a roster with good size, but missing five of its best prospects who have been invited to the NCAA Final Four Next Generation Showcase (March 31-April 2). They are Francisco Farabello, Francisco Caffaro, Leandro Bolmaro, Bautista Lugarini and Tomas Chapero.

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    All games to be streamed live:
    https://www.basketball-bund.de/news/...m-steht-183508

    Germany beat Argentina 83-71 in a friendly exhibition. Home team was led by 2001-born players, Jason George (17 pts), Timo Lanmüller (13) and Kay Bruhnke (12).

    Team Turkey:
    https://www.basketball-bund.de/ast-2018-turkey

    Akyüz, Konuk and Aydogan should be best prospects to watch.

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    Team Italy:
    https://www.basketball-bund.de/ast-2018-italy

    Miaschi, Palumbo, Conti, Laganà and Dieng expected to shine, backcourt looks more talented than frontline.

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    Japan - Turkey (67-73) opening game had a very low basketball quality. Both two teams couldn't have managed to be organized on court, full of chaos basketball and disappointing daily performances from two hyped Turkish guards Akyüz and Akay that former used to make his mark with his scoring identity (Only 2 points today) when the latter with his playmaking abilities (0 assists).

    Japanese team literally was crushed under the rim, they were almost doubled in rebound segment (32-61). Some natural talents in Japanese guys but really too undersized for international basketball standards.

    Liked what I have seen from center Alperen Demir today. He looks 2-3 cm longer comparison to last year and a good candidate to be a successful senior player with his various skillset. Has good touches around the rim.

    On another note, Gültekin, who is the only NBA-bound Turkish player from this generation for my taste, is not with team in Germany. I would love to see what kind of benefits his HS experiences in US has brought to his balling life here. Pity.

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    Guo Haowen made a great account of hinself today against USA. Showed a deep range of shooting and was able to score on drives and finesse inside the paint.
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    After three days competition Australia/Germany (Group A) and Italy/Russia (B) are still unbeaten and they will clash with each other tomorrow.

    Germany squeaked past Israel and Turkey and will be tested by the Aussies. Though not as talented as 2016 team, Germany showed anyway character. Australia has looked a solid team so far, despite missing Kody Stattmann from the early roster.

    Talented and well coached Italian team exposed USA boys' weaknesses to one of their worst defeats ever at the AST (104-71). Italy will meet surprising Russia that looked strong even without its ace Alexander Ershov, who missed the last two games for a cold.

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    No surprises in the final day, as Germany clearly beat Australia winning its second title in a row. After the big sf win against Italy Aussies were never in the game today.

    Italy took a deserved 3rd place beating Russia again, after a great performance of Miaschi and Palumbo (respectively tournament's top scorer and rebounder). Italy would have been today a closer contender for the title, imo.

    Good finish of France (missing a couple of top prospects) 5th, and of young USA team, a bunch of unknowns who finished 7th.

    Totally disappointing Turkey as well as Japan and partly China.

    All Tournament:
    Jonas Mattisseck (GER) MVP
    Federico Miaschi (ITA)
    Nikita Mikhajlovsky (RUS)
    Callum Dalton (AUS)
    Hendrik Drescher (GER)

    Most promising player: Tomer Levinson (ISR)

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    Few historical points regarding the AST.

    60 years ago to this month the inaugural Albert Schweitzer Tournament took place in Mannheim, Germany. Seven countries competed and Belgium won the first trophy beating Austria 47-35 in the final, led by Lucien Michelet with 16 points. Germany-A team finished third beating US represented by Mannheim dependent HS. Though defeated, US/Mannheim HS had the tourney's high scorer in Charles Howard.

    An All-Star game opposing European and US stars from HS in Germany followed as an added feature to the final. Led by Germany's Klaus Weinand European All-Stars won, 58-54. The US All-Stars were paced by Don Dixon of Nunrberg HS with 22 points.

    The participants level in these early years was not that high, anyway Michelet (BEL) and Weinand (GER) would later become members of their respective Sr national teams.

    This first AST was the only one played that late in the year, as from 1960 the next tournaments were definitively shifted to springtime.

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