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    Quote Originally Posted by janketa View Post
    Watching Obradovic interview he intends to involve young players next season. I don't know exact status of Biberovic in this moment and if he should consider as naturalised player which means that he must wait for Dixon to retire or to play as foreigner. When I asked here for his status one Efes fan answered that he is licenced for BSL but he probably just guessed without knowing exact situation.

    Obradovic mentioned Tirpanci too as big talent who is moved on his request from center to pg with his 200cm.
    Ergi is only 18 years old and have been playing PG for about a year, but he has good court vision, size, and work ethic. I hope that he will be a regular contributor for us on EL level.

    Fener - Baskonia started as an offensive shoot-out but I don't think it will continue.
    Dilimde şarkıların gündüz gece
    Deli gibi aşığız Fenerbahçe
    Bu dünyayı yakarız senin için
    Şampiyonluk gelince

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    Quote Originally Posted by vivo View Post
    Fener - Baskonia started as an offensive shoot-out but I don't think it will continue.
    Our guys read what I wrote and didn't like it

    Fener scored 65 against Madrid in 40 minutes, and 67 against Baskonia in 24 minutes.
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    Baskonia does a very respectable job as always despite their absentées. We got the 20 points difference too early and thought the game ended, which resulted in terrible defense. Offense didn't function with Sloukas and Guduric out too.
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    Bu dünyayı yakarız senin için
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    Worst CSKA ever?

    Maybe it's time to Vatutin bring back ''choke'' Teodosic.

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    CSKA had 5/5 from behind 6.75, now they have 6/19. And Hacket is a joke of player. He should play in eurocup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markkanen View Post
    CSKA had 5/5 from behind 6.75, now they have 6/19. And Hacket is a joke of player. He should play in eurocup.
    As I said before, CSKA has huge problems when they can't make their 3 point shots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obina View Post
    Worst CSKA ever?

    Maybe it's time to Vatutin bring back ''choke'' Teodosic.
    I wonder if Itoudis is on the hot seat yet
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    Bu dünyayı yakarız senin için
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obina View Post
    Worst CSKA ever?

    Maybe it's time to Vatutin bring back ''choke'' Teodosic.
    I believe MVP Nando will paid his contract from his own pocket.
    previously known as Beno

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    Referees are crazy tonight. What unsportsmanlike foul did they see 6 seconds before the end?!

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    I'm really amazed to see that Damir Javor is still officiating CSKA games.

    Him and his decisions haven't changed a bit. This is the 3rd game i remember he directly presented a victory to CSKA. Keep it up Damir.
    Vazgeçemem ki senden Fener, işlemişsin kalbime.
    Silinmez yazılarla yazılmış, senin adın kaderime.
    Sensiz yaşanmaz bu dünyada, adı cennet olsa da.
    Razıyım ben cehennemlere, yanarım senin uğruna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markkanen View Post
    Referees are crazy tonight. What unsportsmanlike foul did they see 6 seconds before the end?!
    As far as I could see, foul was from behind and did not have the intent to go for ball, the latter means automatic unsportsmanlike. I didn't see the replay though.
    Dilimde şarkıların gündüz gece
    Deli gibi aşığız Fenerbahçe
    Bu dünyayı yakarız senin için
    Şampiyonluk gelince

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    Where was Manos? Someone get Manos here, quickly!

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    Easy win which could have been with a higher margin if we didn’t relax too much in the last quarter.

    Milutinov 41 ranking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pero View Post
    Easy win which could have been with a higher margin if we didn’t relax too much in the last quarter.
    15 4th quarter points for pao with Calathes and Antetokounmpo making 3s.

    Time to hit the roulette if you're a pao fan, the quality difference should have made breaking the +35 easy.

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    That's a real PAO, not that team with high scoring ability vs CSKA. Easy win for red & whites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MYK13 View Post
    I'm really amazed to see that Damir Javor is still officiating CSKA games.

    Him and his decisions haven't changed a bit. This is the 3rd game i remember he directly presented a victory to CSKA. Keep it up Damir.
    WHAT!!! You even have the nerve to complain about refereeing???
    Zalo got 43 FT against 25 by CSKA and they got more than 50% from the FT line! 38 points out of 79! And you have complaints? LMAO!
    If it wasn't for Javor and others Zalgiris would be 10 points behind

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    Damir Javor tries to be the new Lamonica, but Luigi, aside of his Instant Replay's love, is a good ref. The worst referees in Europe are the spanish ones.

    CSKA is probably doing his poorest RS since the year they were out in the old RS (before TOP16). So, all the money on them at the FF.

    Jokes aside, CSKA have a lot of players whose contracts end this summer, are we going to see a revolution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vivo View Post
    As far as I could see, foul was from behind and did not have the intent to go for ball, the latter means automatic unsportsmanlike. I didn't see the replay though.
    yes, refs followed the rule. but once more, EL unsportsmanlike foul rule is meaningless, and kills the whole excitement in the game.

    CSKA (and Hackett) played end of the game better, won fair & square imho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by janketa View Post
    Watching Obradovic interview he intends to involve young players next season. I don't know exact status of Biberovic in this moment and if he should consider as naturalised player which means that he must wait for Dixon to retire or to play as foreigner. When I asked here for his status one Efes fan answered that he is licenced for BSL but he probably just guessed without knowing exact situation.

    Obradovic mentioned Tirpanci too as big talent who is moved on his request from center to pg with his 200cm.
    It was me.
    Because of two issues I said so:
    1. He didn't play for Bosnia U18 National Team and in Turkish Press there was news that he wants to play for Turkey.
    2. He joined FB U16 team in 2017 so he should be eligible to play for Senior team unless there is a rule to spend 3 years (or something like that) not to be recognized as naturalized player.
    I asked that question to Ismail Senol on Twitter, when I get a reply I will inform you here...
    Go Efes Pilsen - Go Turkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by markkanen View Post
    That's a real PAO, not that team with high scoring ability vs CSKA. Easy win for red & whites.
    This Pao was somewhat tougher than normal. Lacked scoring ability though. The Pao against CSKA was similar to Pao in OAKA last year. I would give Pitino more time, and I would add a big man as well. Then I would build a new team next year with Pitino. Give the man a chance. Pitino starts to appreciate the Euroleague and the brand of basketball which is being played here. He is starting to understand the gravity of basketball in Europe. At least I got this sentiment from the press conference. If he doesn't get a job in the NBA, he might stay.
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