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    As I said on other topic , Serbia should bring Marko Markovic from Leotar to reinforce our front court, him and Musikic would be a force in the paint.
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    The Basketball Federation of Serbia released the U16 Men's National Team 14-player squad list for a friendly game set on March 12 in Belgrade against professional club Zemun (1st Regional League = 3rd level of competition in Serbia). The list features 3 kids born and raised abroad playing 1 year up : 6'3" PG/SG Dejan Pavlovic (Igokea Aleksandrovac, Bosnia & Herzegovina), 6'7" SF Nikola Radovanovic (Buducnost Bijeljina, Bosnia & Herzegovina) & 6'9" SF/PF Tristan Vukcevic (Olympiacos Pireus, Greece).
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    6'9" Sasha Vujisic ('02) from Burnaby (Canada) has been contacted by the Basketball Federation of Serbia & will head to Serbia next week to try out for one of their age-group national teams. A good opportunity for Sasha to challenge himself against Serbia-based peers of his size and earn an U17 or U16 national team roster spot. He is playing organized basketball for nearly 2 and a half years.


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    Vukcevic is a very interesting player, all of the sudden this 2002,2003 generation have bunch of promising big men, the kid from Canada should make the roster , he has good size and can play judging by that video. And also from 2000 up there are lots of promising big men out there, Petrusev,Pecarski,Koprivica,Popovic,Pokusevski ,Musikic etc. After the drought in generations 96-99 , this looks very good.
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    6'2" Bosnian PG Emir Krupic ('02) from Canada


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    Serbia U16 NT will play a friendly game against Mladost Zemun on March 26, 2018. Tristan Vukcevic is not on the 14-player list for this game.

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    Croatian roster for the U16 Bellegarde tournament where they will face France, Greece & Spain.

    Filip Paponja – Cibona
    Patrik Trefil – Cedevita
    Hrvoje Majcunic – Cibona
    Filip Bjelanovic – Vukovar
    Tonci Lisica – Split
    Ivan Perasovic – Split
    Luksa Buljevic – Cibona
    Leo Menalo – Cibona
    Branimir Stankovic – Cibona
    Mario Kresic – Kastela
    Matej Bosnjak – Cedevita
    Ante Perkusic – Split

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    The roster of invited athletes for the 2018 Serbia men’s U16 National Team training camp.

    Stefan Todorovic - Vizura
    Luka Tarlac - Sava
    Vuk Dobrasinovic - Sava
    Matija Svetozarevic - Nibak
    Ivan Pavicevic - Zemun
    Marko Andrić - Mega
    Luka Paunovic – Mega
    Stefan Agoc - Mega
    Mihailo Musikic - Mega
    Mateja Gorunovic - Partizan
    Lazar Stefanovic - Partizan
    Nikola Manojlovic - Crvena zvezda
    Nikola Dimitrijevic - Crvena zvezda
    Lazar Joksimovic - Crvena zvezda
    Dejan Pavlovic - Igokea, Bosnia
    Vojin Ivkovic - Koper, Slovenia
    Dino Bocevski - Stella Azzurra, Italy
    Sasha Vujisic - Burnaby South, Canada

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    Republic of Northern Macedonia's 22-player list for the 2018 U16 national team training camp.

    Luka Savicevic - Mostoles SPA
    Marko Milovanovic - Bassano ITA
    Bogdan Mirkovski - Lighthouse Trapani ITA
    Ljubisha Dimitrovski - Feniks 2010
    Matej Perica - Pink Panteri
    Slavko Trajkovski - MZT Skopje
    Marko Velichkovski - Vardar
    Pavel Danilovski - Vodno sans
    Stefan Jovanovski - Vardar
    Goce Petrushevski - Cestistica San Severo ITA
    Branko Shumenkovski - Vardar
    Andrej Andonovski - Feniks 2010
    David Naumovski - Vodno sans
    Jovan Cvetkov - Pink Panteri
    Nikola Gruevski - Val di Cornia ITA
    Drago Stojanovic - Vardar
    Teodor Simic - Vodno sans
    Vasil Janevski - Angeli
    Andrej Mitrevski - Feniks 2010
    Filip Nakov - Vodno sans
    Dino Bocevski - Stella Azzurra ITA
    Mihail Naumovski - Vardar

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    Quote Originally Posted by serbianhoops View Post
    Republic of Northern Macedonia's 22-player list for the 2018 U16 national team training camp.

    Luka Savicevic - Mostoles SPA
    Marko Milovanovic - Bassano ITA
    Bogdan Mirkovski - Lighthouse Trapani ITA
    Ljubisha Dimitrovski - Feniks 2010
    Matej Perica - Pink Panteri
    Slavko Trajkovski - MZT Skopje
    Marko Velichkovski - Vardar
    Pavel Danilovski - Vodno sans
    Stefan Jovanovski - Vardar
    Goce Petrushevski - Cestistica San Severo ITA
    Branko Shumenkovski - Vardar
    Andrej Andonovski - Feniks 2010
    David Naumovski - Vodno sans
    Jovan Cvetkov - Pink Panteri
    Nikola Gruevski - Val di Cornia ITA
    Drago Stojanovic - Vardar
    Teodor Simic - Vodno sans
    Vasil Janevski - Angeli
    Andrej Mitrevski - Feniks 2010
    Filip Nakov - Vodno sans
    Dino Bocevski - Stella Azzurra ITA
    Mihail Naumovski - Vardar
    Mihail is son of Petar, isn´t he?

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    Yes, Petar has 2 sons. Mihail also known as Miki, the youngest one, is the most talented and also holds serbian citizenship. Earlier this year, he scored a game-high 32 points during a friendly game between U16 North Macedonia national team and Mega Bemax. He is said to have improved a lot since he moved back to Skopje. During the 2016-17 season, Mihail practiced with Partizan Belgrade.


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    B division

    Bosnia and Herzegovina will play without its best player Nikola Micic. The 6'6" Spars Sarajevo's swingman has been sidelined for weeks due to an ACL injury.

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    We(Bosnia and Herzegovina) are home team of this year B division and today we should play our first game vs Kosovo. But, as BiH doesn't recognise Kosovo as a state(bizarre, but as a citizen of Kosovo you have more rights in Serbia than in BiH), Kosovo U16 team isn't allowed to cross the border. It's questionable will Kosovo play today or any game, and there are some threats by FIBA towards our basketball Association because of the whole situation.

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    I think we don't recognize Kosovo either but as far as I'm concerned there was no problem with their u-20 team playing in B division tournament which Greece did host 2 years ago.
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    Guys the tournament just tipped-off, what are the top prospects you suggest to watch? Btw I'm wondering why Mantzoukas who debuted in Greek A1 this year with Promitheas is not in the roster. He is 14-15 but he is supposed to be a great talent, he also participated in Euroleague's NIKE junior tournament all Star game in Belgrade, is he injured maybe, anybody knows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by serbianhoops View Post
    Yes, Petar has 2 sons. Mihail also known as Miki, the youngest one, is the most talented and also holds serbian citizenship. Earlier this year, he scored a game-high 32 points during a friendly game between U16 North Macedonia national team and Mega Bemax. He is said to have improved a lot since he moved back to Skopje. During the 2016-17 season, Mihail practiced with Partizan Belgrade.

    I think Miki didn't play yesterday, only David did and he had no impact on his team's win. But it's really nice to see North Macedonia have some interesting prospects, I see on their roster there are many kids playing abroad and that's a good sign, truth is our fellow neighbours for some reason didn't manage to produce any top level players after the Antic and Ilievski era and that's sad for a team that had produced some great players in the past like Naumoski and, secobdary, Vbrica Stefanov and also some very good players like Riste Stefanov, the Stojanovskis, Samardicki and the underated and late bloomer but really good player Gecevski!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_black_planet View Post
    Guys the tournament just tipped-off, what are the top prospects you suggest to watch? Btw I'm wondering why Mantzoukas who debuted in Greek A1 this year with Promitheas is not in the roster. He is 14-15 but he is supposed to be a great talent, he also participated in Euroleague's NIKE junior tournament all Star game in Belgrade, is he injured maybe, anybody knows?
    Croatia has talented generation with 3 standout prospects. Prkacin, Tisma and Perasovic. Prkacin has impressive body and skills and if he develope properly he can be NBA player. Tisma is elegant prospect with superb skillset, but his body is questionable. Perasovic is bit like pre injury Marko Tomas. If he learns how to shoot and handle ball he is defenetley euroleague star prospect.

    Next in line is Paponja who if he developes his body can become class PG in europe. Smart player. Bosnjak is undersised skilled center, but way basketball developes he might have future in basketballl

    From 2003. Ivsic has huge upside, but we will see. Brala is good prospect too.
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    I liked number 5 from Turkey, 11 is good now, but does not look promising
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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