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    Quote Originally Posted by serbianhoops View Post
    The roster of invited athletes for the 2018 Serbia men’s U18 National Team training camp.

    Pavle Kuzmanovic (Mega)
    Altin Islamovic (Mega)
    Luka Cerovina (Mega)
    Bogdan Nedeljkovic (Mega)
    Mateja Jovanovic (Mega)
    Marko Pecarski (Partizan)
    Bogdan Rutesic (Partizan)
    Zoran Paunovic (Crvena Zvezda)
    Arijan Lakic (Crvena Zvezda)
    Milos Cojbasic (Crvena Zvezda)
    Alen Smailagic (Beko)
    Lazar Grbovic (Dynamic)
    Nemanja Kostic (Dynamic)
    Dalibor Ilic (Igokea BIH)
    Uros Trifunovic (Karsyaka TUR)
    Filip Negovanovic (Slavija Sarajevo BIH)
    Mihailo Stojanov (Southwest Christian Academy USA)
    Filip Petrusev (Montverde Academy USA)
    Balsa Koprivica (Montverde Academy USA)
    5 players were missing at the start of the training camp. Koprivica who will not play the competition, Smailagic who is slighty injured, Pecarski who is actually in the US where he works with local coaches on his game and Crvena Zvezda's duo Paunovic and Cojabsic whose absences are justified according to the Basketball Federation of Serbia. Smailagic, Pecarski, Paunic and Cojbasic are expected to join the team later.

    3 players were called to compensate their absences, Aleksandar Srajer, 6'8" PF Veljko Radakovic and 6'9" PF/C Toma Vasiljevic

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    Quote Originally Posted by serbianhoops View Post
    Roster of the 18 invited athletes for the 2018 Bosnia and Herzegovina men’s U18 National Team training camp.

    Haris Dedajic (Sloboda Tuzla)
    Robert Soldo (Zrinjski Mostar)
    Josip Ramljak (Posusje)
    Abdulah Kameric (Alba Berlin GER)
    Hamza Gebic (Gen Sarajevo)
    Armin Subasic (Sloboda Tuzla)
    Dragan Dzajic (Ljubuski)
    Armin Hrstic (Maribor)
    Vojin Ilic (Spars Sarajevo)
    Tarik Biberovic (Spars Sarajevo)
    Dusan Neskovic (Partizan Belgrade SRB)
    Deni Radak (Spars Sarajevo)
    Jusuf Sehic (Vancouver)
    Marko Bosnjak (Siroki)
    Nedim Omerovic (Sloboda Tuzla)
    Karlo Matkovic (Cedevita Zagreb)
    Kenan Kamenjas (Spars Sarajevo)
    Amar Mehic (Mega SRB)
    Bosnia & Herzegovina's best prospect SF Biberovic didn't show up for training camp feeding speculation about the possibility of switching national team in the years to come.

    PG Soldo was diagnosed with mononucleosis and will be sidelined for an undetermined amount of time.

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    Serbia 82-89 Turkey after 3 Over Times

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    Quote Originally Posted by serbianhoops View Post
    Bosnia & Herzegovina's best prospect SF Biberovic didn't show up for training camp feeding speculation about the possibility of switching national team in the years to come.

    PG Soldo was diagnosed with mononucleosis and will be sidelined for an undetermined amount of time.
    He already played with National team

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    Sinisa Kovacevic (director for men's selections at the Basketball Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina,) announced today at a press conference that Tarik Biberovic and his family were granted Turkish citizenship.

    Despite that fact that the Basketball Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina will not give its approval, Tarik should be available to play for Turkey as a naturalized player after reaching his 21st birthday, whereas his talented younger brother Faruk (2005) will be considered as a local turkish player by the FIBA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roloj View Post
    Serbia 82-89 Turkey after 3 Over Times
    Serbia U18 – Turkey U18 82:89 (21:15, 16:11, 7:18, 22:22, 7:7, 9:9: 0:7)

    SERBIA U18: Jovanovic 7, Kuzmanovic 4, Radakovic, Rajacic, Trifunovic 6, Vasiljevic 3, Islamovic 7, Kostic 4, Srajer 4, Stojanov, Paunovic 10, Grbovic, Petrusev 22, Ilic 15.

    TURKEY U18: Aydin 3, Akay 20 (5 reb & 1 ast), Konuk 3, Çetin 8, Akyüz 17 (5 reb & 3 ast), Kabaca 2, Camci 7, Sayılı 10, Atbaş 10, Kaya, Şenkahya 7, Keloğlu 2.

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    Serbia won the 2nd friendly against Turkey. A third game will be played on Thuesday.

    Serbia U18 – Turkey U18 60:56 (14:10, 16:16, 9:16, 21:14)

    SERBIA U18: Nedeljković, Jovanović 4, Cerovina 6, Rutešić 7, Trifunović 5, Vasiljević, Islamović, Negovanović, Kostić 2, Stojanov 5, Paunović 4, Grbović, Petrušev 23, Ilić 4.

    TURKEY U18: Demir, Akay 6, Konuk 7, Çetin, Akyüz 11, Kabaca 5, Camci 8, Sayili 7, Atbaş 4, Kaya 6, Senkaja, Keloğlu, Aydogan 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuDux View Post
    Arnoldas Kulboka and Tadas Sedekerskis won't help Lithuania. Final roster TBA in few days
    that is for U20, i´m think

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    Kamenjaš(00', Spars Sarajevo) and Matković(01', Cedevita Zagreb) are best players in BiH team. Both of them are 6'9'' PF/C.

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    Serbia beat France in a friendly played in Vrsac 84-78.
    Percarski 26, Petrusev 16, Islamovic 13, Cerovina 10 - Baptiste 14, Dimanche 12, Dossou-Yovo 10.

    Melilla Tournament:
    Turkey-Israel 92-82
    Spain-Great Britain 82-50 box score

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    Serbia beat France anew in 2nd friendly game 94-88

    Petrusev 23, Pecarski 19, Vasiljevic 11 & Cerovina 11 - Dossou-Yovo 19, Ayayi 13 & Dimanche 12

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    Melilla tournament Day 2:

    Turkey-Great Britain 82-70 (Hakan Sayili 13, Mert Akay 11)
    Spain-Israel 78-75 (box score)

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    Bosnia and Herzegovina without Matkovic beat Montenegro 69-68 on a buzzer beater by Vojin Ilic.

    Ilic scored a game-high 22 points, big man Kamenjas added 20 for Bosnia while only 4 players scored for Montenegro (Drobnjak 19, Zizic 17, Titic and Brnović 16 each).

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    Bosnia and Herzegovina beat anew Montenegro 66-62.
    Kamenjas 15, Ilic 12 - Titic 23, Brnovic 12.

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    Serbia edged Russia 85-82 in a freindly played in Moscow.
    SRB: Pecarski 33, Paunovic 15, Ilic 14
    RUS; Ershov 21, Odinokov 16, Shcherbenev 11

    Second exhibition tomorrow.

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    Serbia won the second friendly against Russia 75-71

    SRB: Pecarski 22, Petrusev 12, Ilic 11, Paunovic 10.
    RUS: Shcherbenev 13, Mikhailovskiy 12, Rogkustov 10.

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    Hello,

    The final roster for France is the following one :

    AYAYI Joël 05/03/2000 196 Gonzaga (NCAA)
    BAPTISTE Kenny 24/01/2000 197 LE MANS SB
    BOURHIS Lucas 09/02/2000 178 BCM GRAVELINES
    CHOUPAS Yohan 11/03/2000 193 CFBB (St Charles Charenton)
    COUDREAU Marko 02/06/2000 204 CFBB (Stade Marseillais)
    CRUSOL Timothé 05/04/2001 190 CFBB (CJF Les Aubrais)
    DIMANCHE Karlton 05/03/2000 192 CHOLET BASKET
    DOSSOU YOVOMathis06/11/2000205CFBB (Elan Chalon)
    EYOUM Jacques 03/02/2000 195 LE MANS SB
    LEOPOLD Florian 28/07/2000 203 CHOLET BASKET
    MIYEM Essomé 15/07/2001 208 CFBB (Reims Champagne Basket)
    ROBINEAU Hugo 27/02/2000 196 CHOLET BASKET


    Sekou Doumbouya, who was already a member of U18 squad that won gold last year and elected in the tournament first team, would be the best prospect amongst 2000 born french players but he won't be there this year.

    Crusol and Miyem were both in the team who's got the silver medal at WC U17 few days ago.



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    U18 Bosnia and Herzegovina's best player Kenan Kamenjas has been excluded from the team for bad behaviour.

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    Serbian 12-name roster for the European Championship.

    Pavle Kuzmanovic
    Altin Islamovic
    Luka Cerovina
    Bogdan Nedeljkovic
    Marko Pecarski
    Bogdan Rutesic
    Zoran Paunovic
    Arijan Lakic
    Toma Vasiljevic
    Dalibor Ilic
    Uros Trifunovic
    Filip Petrusev

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