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    The 2018 FIBA U17 Basketball World Cup will be held from June 30 to July 8 in Rosario and Santa Fe in Argentina. It will be the fifth edition of the FIBA U17 World Cup. Sixteen national teams will compete in the tournament.

    Argentina
    USA
    Canada
    Puerto Rico
    Dominican Republic
    Mali
    Egypt
    France
    Montenegro
    Serbia
    Croatia
    Turkey
    and also the 4 best teams of the upcoming FIBA U16 Asian Championship (from 12 to 20 February 2018)

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    The Basketball Federation of Serbia announced the names of 18 players selected to attend an U17 training camp to be held from 1st to 4th February in Kragujevac.

    Stevan Karapandzic - Partizan
    Dusan Tanaskovic - Partizan
    Djordje Pazin - Partizan
    Marko Brekic - Partizan
    Lazar Vasic - Crvena zvezda
    Lazar Zivanovic - Crvena zvezda
    Nemanja Popovic - Crvena zvezda
    Aleksandar Langovic - Mega
    Novak Miskovic - Mega
    Vladan Music - Mega
    Bosko Bumbic - Borac Cacak
    Aleksa Susic - Borac Cacak
    Marko Micovic - Borac Cacak
    Aleksa Markovic - Zemun
    Jovan Kojic - Spartak Subotica
    Vasilije Ivanovic - Vizura Belgrade
    Luka Spasojevic - Polet Ratin
    Lazar Scekic - Ratiopharm Ulm GER
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    Serbia to play with USA in the group.
    UZEO SI TROFEJ MACVANE MACVANE MACVANE!!!

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    6'7" with 7'0" wingspan Malian SF Mamadou Sylla ('01) who plays for Odeon Basket in Novi Sad, Serbia.


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    6'8" Malian SF Ibrahim Konate ('02) who plays for Torlak in Belgrade, Serbia.


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    Serbia U18 and U17 national teams will hold a short training camp in Belgrade from 3 to 5 April 2018

    U17 roster :

    Stevan Karapandzic - Partizan
    Dusan Tanaskovic - Partizan
    Djordje Pazin - Partizan
    Marko Brekic - Partizan
    Lazar Vasic - Crvena Zvezda
    Lazar Zivanovic - Crvena Zvezda
    Nemanja Popovic - Crvena Zvezda
    Marko Pavicevic - Crvena Zvezda
    Aleksandar Langovic - Mega
    Novak Miskovic - Mega
    Vladan Music - Mega
    Bosko Bumbic - Borac Cacak
    Aleksa Susic - Borac Cacak
    Aleksa Markovic - Zemun
    Vuk Radojicic - Science City Jena GER
    Aleksej Pokusevski - Olympiacos Athens GRE
    Lazar Scekic - Ratiopharm Ulm GER
    Nemanja Misljenovic - Mens Sana Siena ITA

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    Competition is tough. Don't know who will win.

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    List of Players selected for the final training camp set to start at the end of May. Belgrade born and raised Real Madrid's 6'7" SF Mario Nakic, whose dad is Croatian, rejected the call from Serbia.

    Aleksa Markovic (Zemun)
    Bosko Bumbic (Borac Cacak)
    Aleksa Susic (Borac Cacak)
    Stevan Karapandzic (Partizan)
    Djordje Pazin (Partizan)
    Marko Brekic (Partizan)
    Dusan Tanaskovic (Partizan)
    Vladan Music (Mega)
    Aleksandar Langovic (Mega)
    Novak Miskovic (Mega)
    Lazar Vasic (Crvena zvezda)
    Nemanja Zivanovic (Crvena zvezda)
    Nemanja Popovic (Crvena zvezda)
    Marko Pavicevic (Crvena zvezda)
    Vuk Radojicic (Jena, Germany)
    Aleksej Pokusevski (Olympiakos, Greece)
    Lazar Scekic (Ulm, Germany)
    David Petrusev (Montverde Academy, USA)

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    6'10" Malian F/C Aboubacar Sidiki Coulibaly ('02) who also plays for serbian side Torlak Belgrade.

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    The current list (18 players atm) for this tournament, in bold the players who will make the final roster baring injuries

    BARBITCH Milan 12/10/2001 191 1 - 2 CFBB (Nanterre 92)
    BILLON Léo 05/01/2001 197 2/3 CHOLET BASKET
    CARENE Maxime 07/06/2001 208 4 - 5 CFBB (SC Lamentinois)
    CAZALON Malcolm 27/08/2001 194 2 ASVEL BASKET
    CRUSOL Thimothé 05/04/2001 190 1/2 CFBB
    DA SILVA Anthony 26/05/2001 185 1 BETIS SEVILLE
    DEFAUX Baptiste 12/02/2001 201 4 SLUC NANCY BASKET ASSOCIATION
    DIALLO Victor 09/02/2001 198 2 - 3 CFBB (ASVEL)
    DIGBEU TOM 24/09/2001 194 2/3 FC BARCELONE
    DUCOTE Robin 20/01/2001 192 1 DIJON
    EBONKOLI Melvyn 11/04/2001 197 4 LE MANS SARTHE BASKET
    EL ARF Zackarie 26/04/2001 195 3 ELAN BEARNAIS PAU LACQ ORTHEZ
    EYANGO DINGO Samuel 16/05/2001 205 5 NANTERRE 92
    GAUZIN Matthieu 27/02/2001 185 1 LE MANS SARTHE BASKET
    HAYES Killian 27/07/2001 192 1 - 2 CHOLET BASKET
    MALEDON Théo 12/06/2001 191 1 ASVEL LYON VILLEURBANNE
    MIYEM Essomé 15/07/2001 208 4 - 5 CFBB (Reims Champagne Basket)
    THIROUARD-SAMSON Lorenzo 19/02/2001 197 1 - 2 CFBB (Avenir Rennes)

    On the paper, we could have one of the best backcourt of the competition. For the frontcourt, it remains to be seen who will be the main players. As usual, toughness might be an issue for our nt.

    edit : updated
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    As expected, USA Basketball confirmed the whole 2017 U16 contingent among 24 athletes invited to the training camp scheduled on June 15-18. All in all just two didn't earn previous USA Basketball training camp experience.

    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...mp-roster.aspx

    As for the 12 additional invitees, best ESPN-rated are:
    Jalen Johnson #7 2020
    Josh Christopher #8 2020
    Isaiah Stewart #13 2019
    Julian Strawther #17 2020
    Nico Mannion #20 2020
    Anthony Edwards #24 2020
    Jahmius Ramsey #37 2019
    Isaac Okoro #40 2019

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    Australian side for U17 WC.

    T.Wigness 5'11 PG
    H.Madden 6'1 PG
    J.Rantall 6'2 SG
    L.Travers 6'5 G/F
    J.Capetola 6'5 G/F
    W.Swaka Lo Buluk 6'6 G/F
    H.Clarke 6'6 G/F
    L.Jackson 6'6 PF
    J.Bannan 6'7 PF
    K.Williamson 6'7 C
    C.Green 6'7 C
    B.Jones 6'8 F

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    N'Faly Dante (6'11, Sunrise Christian, KS, and 2020-class #1 center) could play for Africa champ Mali becoming one of the top prospects to watch at the next WC. Among others, he already got offer from University of Kentucky.

    http://www.nbadraft.net/players/nfaly-dante
    http://www.zagsblog.com/2018/04/28/k...r-nfaly-dante/

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    Roko gizdavČiĆ pg 190 2001.- split

    filip paponja pg 185 2002.- cibona

    karlo lukaČiĆ pg 188 2001. - cedevita

    franco filipoviĆ - ka osijek

    ivan gulin sg 194 2001 - Šibenik

    sandro raŠiĆ sg 195 2001. - cibona

    Žarko parlov pg/sg 194 2001. - cedevita

    roko Škarica sg 190 2001. - cibona

    matej rudan sf/pf 207. 2001.- bayern münchen

    ivan perasoviĆ pf 200 2002. - split

    vito porobiĆ – bjelovar

    viktor ŠariĆ c 202 2001. - split

    leon buliĆ c 207. 2001. - brose bamberg

    roko prkaČin sf/pf 202 2002. - cibona

    mislav majiĆ c 205 2001. - cibona

    mislav koliĆ - fsv rijeka

    matej boŠnjak c 204 2002. - cedevita

    lovro gnjidiĆ - pg 195 2001. Cibona
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    In first prep Croatia beat Montenegro 86-63.

    Perasović scored 20, Šarić 18, Bošnjak 12+5, Prkačin 10+9+6. Tomašević 20 for Montenegro.

    Despite last year embarrassing U-16 it's very talented team which missed some key players and has some key players 2002 born. They are now less inferior to older boys than last year. If no injuries we should play for medal
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    Canada's 17 man training camp roster announced.

    http://www.basketball.ca/tickets-on-...form=hootsuite


    This is an improvement on the u16 FIBA Americas team that took silver. Our leading scorers at last summer's U16s were McNeilly, SRM, and Sakota, with Ndur getting a lot of boards. They are all on the list, along with other rotation players from last summer Todd, Krikke, and Bediako. Notable 2001 born additions to the u16 team who did not play last summer include include Patterson, Hemmings, and Moncrieffe. Unlike last year, it's really the best roster we can put out. A couple are also on the u18 FIBA Americas team but should be available to this team as well. (Patterson and Bediako). An eye opening add is Edey - a newcomer and actually quite an impressive prospect for his size (perhaps even a 7'3). As expected, he's not very quick or agile and his offense is quite rudimentary. But he has a solid physique, not awkward, moves decently well, and can really protect the basket. He along with Bediako and Minott (or at least two of the three) would be a great improvement to the center position from u16s last year, when we were beaten up inside by the Americans.

    Gives me hope we can live up to Canada's current #2 ranking in the FIBA Youth Men Rankings


    (Thanks Hair!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by pohani komarac View Post
    In first prep Croatia beat Montenegro 86-63.

    Perasović scored 20, Šarić 18, Bošnjak 12+5, Prkačin 10+9+6. Tomašević 20 for Montenegro.

    Despite last year embarrassing U-16 it's very talented team which missed some key players and has some key players 2002 born. They are now less inferior to older boys than last year. If no injuries we should play for medal
    What happened that was embarrassing if they ending up qualifying for this?

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    They were losing by 50pts, but due to new fiba system they qualified with 2 wins
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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