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    Default 2018 U16 International Tournament in Sakarya (Turkey)

    The 2018 edition of this well-known U16 tournament will take place in Sakarya from January 27th to February 2nd.

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    Serbia's 21-man roster selected by coach Vlada Vukoicic for a 3-day training camp ahead of the tournament.

    Marko Andrić - Mega

    Luka Paunović - Mega

    Stefan Agoč - Mega

    Mihailo Mušikić - Mega

    Luka Kovačević - Mega

    Jagoš Denić - Crvena zvezda

    Nikola Dimitrijević - Crvena zvezda

    Nikola Blagojević - Crvena zvezda

    Nikola Manojlović - Crvena zvezda

    Lazar Joksimović - Crvena zvezda

    Mateja Gorunović - Partizan

    Lazar Stefanović - Partizan

    Risto Dangubić - Partizan

    Stefan Đinović - Zemun

    Ivan Pavićević - Zemun

    Luka Tarlać - Sava Belgrade

    Vuk Dobrašinović - Sava Belgrade

    Stefan Todorović - Vizura Belgrade

    Matija Svetozarević - Nibak Niš

    Aleksa Ristić - Šumadija 1991 Kragujevac

    Vojin Ivković - Sixt Primorska Koper SLO
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    Bosnia and Herzegovina's 22-man roster selected by coach Admir Prašović for a training camp ahead of the tournament.

    Matija Janjić - AS Herceg Novi MNE

    Denis Halilčević - ABC Basket Tuzla

    Emin Branković - Bosna Royal Sarajevo

    Darko Bošnjak - Crvena zvezda SRB

    Milutin Ostojić - Crvena zvezda SRB

    Vuk Kusmuk - Gen Sarajevo

    Anes Begić - Kakanj

    Valentin Vidović - Kengur Zenica

    Pavle Tupanjanin - Leotar Trebinje

    Milan Crnogorac - Mogren Budva MNE

    Nikola Lebo - Posušje

    Alem Alić - Sloboda Tuzla

    Evel Hadžiselimović - Sloboda Tuzla

    Nikola Mičić - Spars Sarajevo

    Matej Panić - Spars Sarajevo

    Armano Gačić - Sport Talent Mostar

    Orhan Špago - Burch Sarajevo

    Filip Đurašević - Zrinjski Mostar

    Zerim Malešević - Koš Sarajevo

    Dino Dedić - Gradina

    Srđan Tešić - Vlasenica

    Omar Pilav - Spars Sarajevo
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    Germany's 24-man roster selected by coach Alan Ibrahimagić for the training camp ahead of the tournament.

    Nolan Adekunle - Alba Berlin

    Elias Baggette - Tus Lichterfelde

    Julius Böhmer - Sc Heuchelhof/s.Oliver Würzburg Akademie

    Frederik Fischbach - Homburger Tg/Mtv Kronberg

    Mathias Groh - Tuc Urspringschule/Team Urspring

    Linus Hoffmann - Hamburg Towers/Piraten
    Hamburg/Sc Rist Wedel

    Ralph Hounnou - Mbc Weißenfels

    Ariel Hukporti - Porsche BBA Ludwigsburg

    Ben Karbe - Asc Theresianum Mainz

    Jerry Ndhine - Bts Neustadt/Eisbären Bremerhaven

    Miles Osei - Tsve 1890 Bielefeld/Uni Paderborn Baskets

    Evans Rapieque - Alba Berlin

    Elias Rödl - Alba Berlin

    Lamin Sabally - Tus Lichterfelde

    Jordan Samare - Rheinstars Köln

    Calvin Schaum - Eintracht Frankfurt/Fraport Skyliners

    Adam Schoormann - Eintracht Frankfurt/Fraport Skyliners

    Lennart Schultz - Bg 74 Göttingen/Bg Göttingen Youngsters

    Konrad Stark - Bbu 01 Ulm/ratiopham Ulm

    Jannis Sonnefeld - Bsg Bremerhaven/Eisbären Bremerhaven

    Luc Van Slooten - Sc Rasta Vechta/Young Rasta Dragons

    Hendrik Warner - Alba Berlin

    Lennart Weber - Fc Bayern München

    Semjon Weilguny - Hamburg Towers/Piraten Hamburg/Sc Rist Wedel

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    France roster:

    Naoll BALFOURIER, 2003, 212 cm

    Daniel BATCHO, 2002, 203

    Lucas BEAUFORT, 2002, 189

    Juhann BEGARIN, 2002, 192

    Rudy DEMAHIS BALLOU, 2002, 187

    Kyliann GOUSSET, 2002, 203

    Clément FRISCH, 2002, 198

    Louis LESMOND, 2002, 189

    Christopher MANERLAX, 2002, 201

    Yvan OUEDRAOGO, 2002, 201

    Jayson TCHICAMBOUD, 2002, 191

    Yohan TRAORE, 2003, 200

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    Argentina roster:

    Mateo Díaz, 2002, 186 cm

    Lucas Landi, 2002, 182

    Mateo Pérez, 2002, 190

    Juan Cruz Conte Grand, 2002, 192

    Fabio Gauto, 2002, 193

    Federico Copes, 2002, 196

    Pedro Frei, 2002, 193

    Pedro Rossi, 2002, 199

    Juan Fernández, 2002, 205

    Ignacio Bednarek, 2002, 205

    Bautista Ott, 2002, 201

    Augusto Roveres, 2003, 205

    http://www.cabb.com.ar/los-u16-conce...ra-al-tbf-u16/

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    A lot of player missing in our team.

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    Turkey´s pre-list
    Banvit
    Furkan Haltalı, Eyüp Can Öncü, Alperen Şengün
    Darüşşafaka
    Tibet Deniz Görener, Efe Sarıca, Rüzgar Alp Yıldırım, Yakup Evren Ekinci, Burak Tuğberk Altıntaş
    Fenerbahçe
    Ege Ülker, Sarper David Mutaf
    Galatasaray
    Özcan Korkut, Ozan Koşı, Umut Şener, Emir Oflaz
    Genç Kolejliler
    Emir Eid
    Tofaş
    Yiğit Onan, Ata Can Atsüren

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    This year's tournament consists in 2 groups of 4 teams and not a round robin system like last years..

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    Group phase (Turkey Time zone)

    Friday 27

    Group A
    15:15-->France-Serbia
    19:45-->Turkey-Lithuania
    Group B
    13:00-->Turkey U15-Bosnia
    17:30-->China U17-Argentina

    Saturday 28

    Group A
    15:15-->Lithuania-France
    19:45-->Serbia-Turkey
    Group B
    13:00-->China U17-Bosnia
    17:30-->Argentina-Turkey U15

    Sunday 29


    Group A
    15:15-->Lithuania-Serbia
    19:45-->Turkey-France
    Group B
    13:00-->Bosnia-Argentina
    17:30-->Turkey-China U17
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    Lithuania roster:

    Laurynas Virbalas
    Matas Makauskas
    Jokūbas Rubinas
    Augustas Marčiulionis
    Julius Vaitkus
    Emilis Butkus
    Tautvilas Tubelis
    Edgaras Preibys
    Kornelijus Zikas
    Matas Repšys
    Ąžuolas Tubelis
    Olegas Kojenets

    LTU, together with FRA, SRB and TUR U16 is placed in Group A, that looks much tougher than B.

    For China team (if participating with U16 players) the tournament should be a tune-up for the incoming Asia U16 championship (2018 U17 WC qualifier) that was postponed to Febr. 12-20, 2018 and is set to be played in China.

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    Serbia roster:

    Ivan Pavićević
    Nikola Dimitrijević
    Nikola Blagojević
    Nikola Manojlović
    Lazar Joksimović
    Mateja Gorunović
    Lazar Stefanović
    Luka Tarlać
    Vuk Dobrašinović
    Stefan Todorović
    Matija Svetozarević
    Vojin Ivković

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    Basketball agent and Mega Bemax informal owner Misko Raznatovic didn't allow his players & coach Vlada Vukoicic to join the team. So our Cadet National Team is basically without three starters (PG Marko Andric, CG Luka Paunovic & F/C Mihailo Musikic) and a top reserve (F Stefan Agoc). Djordje Adzic will serve as interim head coach. For those wondering, Luka Tarlac is the son of former NBAer and National Team player Dragan.


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    France has a tall center, good job.

    PS: Serbia defeated by China? ?? What is wrong with Serbia?

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    2002 is very talented for Croatia. Roko Prkacin should be clear leader, but with him Matej Bosnjak as well is ready to play U-18 division and with them there are Boris Tisma and Roko Perasovic, very talented kids with addition of Duje Brala of 2003. Bigest problem is that this kids will spend most of time with U-17 team. Weak spot is as usual PG
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tallwestman View Post
    France has a tall center, good job.

    PS: Serbia defeated by China? ?? What is wrong with Serbia?
    Serbia is missing some key prospects, afaik, and China is fielding its U17 team (all 2001-born players).

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    Undefeated France deservedly won the tournament beating a competitive Lithuanian team in the final.
    China U17 finished 3rd preceeding Argentina (that was missing its best scorer Federico Copes), avenging Day1 loss to the South American team.

    Chinese players topped the main stats: points, rebounds and assists per game
    http://www.tbf.org.tr/en/events/tbf-...rs?TopList=Say

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    I watched some games and i really liked the final between France and Lithuania that were clearly two best teams here. France is much more athletic and physically stronger and had a confident win in a group game and had a big lead in the beginning of the final game (29-13 in the 1st quarter). But then Lithuanian team played really disiciplined and well and had a 5 pts lead in the 4th quarter. It means that smth like a 25 min run in the game was won by 21 pts that is an impressive one having in mind that the opponent was so physically more matured and could play decent basketball as well. In the last 3 min Lithuanian players didn't play well and France managed to win once again, but this time it wasn't easy for them.

    I don't know if any France players were born in Africa, but whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlo View Post
    Serbia is missing some key prospects, afaik, and China is fielding its U17 team (all 2001-born players).
    Half of Mega Bemax roster
    UZEO SI TROFEJ MACVANE MACVANE MACVANE!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamcatcher View Post

    I don't know if any France players were born in Africa, but whatever.
    Believe it or not, but not every black player is born in Africa. Just like not every white player is born in the country that he plays for either.

    The casual racism on this forum never ceases to amaze me.

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