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    Serbia U19 preliminary squad.

    Coach : Aleksandar Bućan - Partizan Belgrade U19

    1. Pavle Кuzmanović - OКК Belgrade
    2. Altin Islamović - OКК Belgrade
    3. Matija Jovanović - OКК Belgrade
    4. Zoran Paunović - FMP Belgrade
    5. Uroš Trifunović - Partizan Belgrade
    6. Marko Pecarski - Partizan Belgrade
    7. Ognjen Mićović - Borac Čačak
    8. Srdjan Кrsmanović - Borac Čačak
    9. Luka Cerovina - Mega Belgrade
    10. Toma Vasiljević - Dynamic Belgrade
    11. Nemanja Кostić - Dynamic Belgrade
    12. Vladimir Radomirović - Dynamic Belgrade
    13. Aleksandar Šrajer - Vojvodina Novi Sad
    14. Lazar Grbović - Proleter Zrenjanin
    15. Arijan Lakić - Crvena zvezda Belgrade
    16. Dalibor Ilić - Igokea Aleksandrovac BIH
    17. Filip Petrušev - Gonzaga NCAA
    18. Alen Smailagić - Santa Cruz G-League

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    Australia U19 WC team

    5'11 02 T.Wigness
    6'1 00 I.Lee
    6'2 00 S.MacDonald
    6'6 01 W.Swaka Lo Buluk
    6'6 00 A.Ducas
    6'6 00 T.Robertson
    6'6 00 K.Leupepe
    6'7 00 K.Stattman
    6'8 00 J.Kunen
    6'8 00 K.Bowen
    6'9 00 C.Dalton
    7'0 00 S.Froling

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    Bruce Weber to coach US team. Blech.
    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...announced.aspx
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    Its strange that Koprivica is moved to u20 Serbian NT . I know he has lots of competition in Petrusev and Pecarski but he should be still with his generation, you never know , what can happen, injury etc.
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    34 players are expected to attend USA training camp from June 15-18:
    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...mp-roster.aspx

    Only two players were members of the 2018 U18 qualifying team (Robinson-Earl and Watts), while eight won gold at the 2018 U17 WC (Barnes, Green, Hampton, Mobley, Okoro, Stewart, Suggs and Weems). No big names from the college ranks obviously, six coming from NCAA and one from NJCAA. Stanford's Wills played at the 2018 Albert Schweitzer Tournament.

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    Philippines possible pool (All teams are either college/hs/pro)
    Kai Sotto 7’2 C (No team currently since he is training in US)
    Aj Edu 6’11 F Toledo Rockets
    Quentin Millora-Brown 6’10 left Rice University
    Carl Tamayo 6’8 F Nu Bulldogs
    Geo Chiu 6’9 C Ateneo Blue Eaglets
    Kevin Quiambao 6’6 F/C Nu Bulldogs
    John Lina 6’5 F FEU Tamaraws
    Raven Cortez 6’7 F De La Salle Green Archers
    Josh Lazaro 6’6 SF Ateneo Blue Eaglets
    Rhayyan Amsali 6’4 SG/SF San Beda Red Lions
    Dave Ildefonso 6’5 SG/SF Nu Bulldogs
    Travis Roberts 6’6 SG/SF Unkown team
    Jeron Artest 6’3 PG Unkown team
    Dalph Panopio 6’2 PG Stellaruza Rome
    Gerry Abadiano 6’0 PG Nu Bulldogs
    Terrence Fortea 6’0 PG Nu Bulldogs
    Xyrus Torres 6’0 PG Unknown team
    Mark Nonoy 5’8 PG UST Tigers
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    Quote Originally Posted by carlo View Post
    34 players are expected to attend USA training camp from June 15-18:
    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...mp-roster.aspx

    Only two players were members of the 2018 U18 qualifying team (Robinson-Earl and Watts), while eight won gold at the 2018 U17 WC (Barnes, Green, Hampton, Mobley, Okoro, Stewart, Suggs and Weems). No big names from the college ranks obviously, six coming from NCAA and one from NJCAA. Stanford's Wills played at the 2018 Albert Schweitzer Tournament.
    Jalen Green is the big name for USA. He was MVP of 2017 WC and potentially one of the top draft picks next year. Maybe even No.1 draft pick.

    I don't know about Senegal and New Zealand, but expect a good fight between Lithuania and USA in the group stage. Lithuania's youth teams are usually competitive, but this one is really stacked, maybe with exception at position 4, but we do have couple of bigs who already seen some real PRO action, a beefy center Venckus even played some trash minutes in Euroleague, at PF Metrikis seen plenty of action in second Lith division, as well as Tomas Balciunas visible there and likely to provide an athletic presence, used to be ranked as a top prospect as 16yo. Lithuania also will have 2 main stars in Deividas Sirvydis (goes to the drafts this year) and a high IQ point guard Jokubaitis who played plenty in Senior PRO league of Lithuania and saw some real Euroleague's playing time. I think Lithuania will field the team of players who already played PRO (NKL) and some of them already has LKL or higher experience (Jokubaitis, Sirvydis, Arlauskas, Venckus). I have little doubt in this regard we are ahead of USA, and we should probably play more matured, more disciplined basketball, the biggest question is how we will match USA athleticism. The good news is that we will avoid USA in the 4finals, so I expect this team to end up on the podium basically. The team is extremely talented at 1-3, here's how I see it:

    Jokubaitis, Vilys
    Sirvydis, Giedraitis, Adomavicius
    Jarumbauskas, Arlauskas
    Metrikis, Balciunas, Nedas Kancleris
    Venckus

    http://www.fiba.basketball/world/u19...ia-at-u19-camp
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    Some adjustments to US training camp roster:

    - in: Jared Butler (Baylor) and Reggie Perry (Mississippi State)
    - out: RJ Hampton, Isaac Okoro and Mark Watts (all 2019 HS)

    Hampton, the best ranked among them, decided to skip college and play professionally overseas.
    Perry (208 cm) adds size to the roster, but idk about his talents.
    Trials roster now has just one 2018 U18 player remaining and six from U17's.


    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...r-updated.aspx

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    Deivydas Sirvydis out due to NBA draft. Lithuania still deep though.
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    Canada 18 man training camp roster announced.


    Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe
    6’6"
    Lakeshore, ON
    Orangeville Prep.

    Keon Ambrose-Hylton
    6’7"
    Whitby, ON
    Andrews Osborne Academy

    Charles Bediako
    6’11"
    Brampton, ON
    Andrews Osborne Academy

    Jaden Bediako
    6’10"
    Brampton, ON
    Ridley College

    Joel Brown
    6’2"
    Brampton, ON
    Brewster Academy

    Darius DeAveiro
    5’11"
    Ottawa, ON
    RISE Academy

    Thomas Kennedy
    6’9"
    Windsor, ON
    University of Windsor

    Benjamin Krikke
    6’8.5"
    Edmonton, AB
    Jasper Place H.S

    AJ Lawson
    6’6"
    Brampton, ON
    University of South Carolina

    Karim Mane
    6’4"
    Saint-Hubert, QC
    Vanier College

    Malachi Ndur
    6’7"
    St. Thomas, ON
    Cushing Academy

    Jahcobi Neath
    6’4"
    Toronto, ON
    Crestwood Preparatory

    Adam Paige
    6’7"
    Surrey, BC
    University of Alberta

    Wheza Panzo
    6’5.5"
    Mississauga, ON
    Hamilton Heights

    Josh Primo
    6’4.5"
    Mississauga, ON
    Huntington Prep

    Luka Sakota
    6’5"
    Etobicoke, ON
    King’s Christian Collegiate

    Tyrese Samuel
    6’8"
    LaSalle, QC
    Orangeville Prep.

    Damion Squire
    5’11"
    LaSalle, QC
    University of California, Davis
    Connor Vreeken




    Missing the three best players from last years u18 team in Andrew Nembhard, Addison Patterson and Emmanuel Miller. But we pick up AJ Lawson who is a NBA prospect - mid first round on 2020 Mock Drafts. Karim Mane is blowing up on the AAU scene, rising the ranking like a rocket and will be interesting to watch.
    http://basketball.ca/en/news-article...s-national-tea


    Not expecting a whole lot from this team - seems fairly weak up front, but still a good amount of interesting names and kids going into solid NCAA schools. Would be pretty excited if they make the semi finals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight forward View Post
    Deivydas Sirvydis out due to NBA draft. Lithuania still deep though.
    I'm not sure it's deep now.

    http://www.nklyga.lt/zaidejai/21012-...omavicius.html

    This guy also won't play. He was a good player coming from the bench - both in this team and NKL. I'm not sold on some Arlauskas, so at least name wise it doesn't look deep.

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    @straight forward

    Lithuania will be toyed with. Team USA is very talented, Lit is not, no contest at all. Jalen Green is highly spectacular but very young, 17, so making the roster will not be a given. The top talents an best plyers right now are Cunningham and Mobley, the 2 candidates for the 1st pick 2021. Cunningham is the big ballhandler with outstanding BB-IQ and Mobley is the next Tim Duncan like cnter on the horizon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoopscoop View Post
    @straight forward

    Lithuania will be toyed with. Team USA is very talented, Lit is not, no contest at all. Jalen Green is highly spectacular but very young, 17, so making the roster will not be a given. The top talents an best plyers right now are Cunningham and Mobley, the 2 candidates for the 1st pick 2021. Cunningham is the big ballhandler with outstanding BB-IQ and Mobley is the next Tim Duncan like cnter on the horizon.
    Could be. Im not familiar with USA studs. Also Sirvydis loss is pretty huge. Hes a player who can drop 30 plus at this level and provides elite offence overall.
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    USA 18 finalists announced:
    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...finalists.aspx

    Five each are from college ranks and 2019 HS class, eight from 2020's. Among top recruits only Isaiah Stewart didn't make the cut.

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    Canadian Team cut down to 12:

    Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe
    6’6"
    Lakeshore, ON
    Orangeville Prep.

    Keon Ambrose-Hylto
    6’8"
    Whitby, ON
    Andrews Osborne Academy

    Charles Bediako
    6’11"
    Brampton, ON
    Andrews Osborne Academy

    Jaden Bediako
    6’10"
    Brampton, ON
    Ridley College

    Joel Brown
    6’2"
    Brampton, ON
    Brewster Academy

    Thomas Kennedy
    6’9"
    Windsor, ON
    University of Windsor

    AJ Lawson
    6’6"
    Toronto, ON
    University of South Carolina

    Karim Mane
    6’4"
    Saint-Hubert, QC
    Vanier College

    Jahcobi Neath
    6’4"
    Toronto, ON
    Crestwood Preparatory

    Adam Paige
    6’8"
    Surrey, BC
    University of Alberta

    Josh Primo
    6’4.5"
    Mississauga, ON
    Huntington Prep

    Tyrese Samuel
    6’8"
    LaSalle, QC
    Orangeville Prep.

    Damion Squire
    5’11"
    LaSalle, QC
    University of California, Davis


    The six players who didn't make it are:
    Darius DeAveiro
    Benjamin Krikke
    Malachi Ndur
    Wheza Panzo
    Luka Sakota
    Connor Vreeken

    Panzo and Vreeken were on the U18 team at the Americas last summer. Sakota and Krikke were on the U17 team at the Worlds last summer.

    Those who follow this team closely don't seem to excited about its medal prospects. RJ Barrett, Andrew Nembhard, Emmanuel Miller, and Addison Patterson - four of our Top 5 at this age are missing. Plus another 4-5 missing who likely should be on this team as well. But the talent level for Canada really drops significantly after Barrett, Nembhard, Miller, Patterson and AJ Lawson (the only one on the team)

    AJ Lawson should easily be the focal point on offense for this team with Mane, Alexnder-Moncrieffe, and Neath the next key guys. The back-court is certainly interesting and should be able to compete well. The front-court seems pretty weak. Canada should not be considered medal favorites, but could be in the mix with that back court.

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    US team named:
    https://www.usab.com/news-events/new...ouncement.aspx

    Selected by classes:
    - Five college freshmen, Haliburton, Lewis, Likekele, Perry and Trevion Williams
    - One HS senior, Robinson-Earl
    - Six HS juniors, Barnes, Cunningham, Green, Mobley, Suggs and Ziaire Williams

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    Compiegne (Fra) exhibition games:
    Canada-New Zealand 83-60
    France-Canada 103-82, http://www.leparisien.fr/sports/oise...19-8101029.php
    France-New Zealand 84-83, https://premium.courrier-picard.fr/i...margny?bot%3D1

    French roster:
    http://www.ffbb.com/equipe-de-france...-campagne-2019

    Ayayi and Dossou Yovo should be the team's best prospects. France finished 3rd at the 2018 European qualifier.

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    Australia looking rather competitive in last exhibition games played in Riga (Lat). Aussie team beat Latvia 85-61, Lithuania 68-63 and Russia 88-78. In other exhibitions, Latvia lost to U20 Estonia 69-60 and beat today China 94-76, Lithuania lost to Russia 91-73 and then thrashed China 130-62. China also lost to Russia 123-88 and to U20 Estonia 75-63. Few days earlier Latvia and Lithuania met twice splitting the scores 1-1.

    https://basket.lv/izlases/viriesi-u1...-kausa-izcinai

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    Greece beat Serbia 69-62 in a friendly played in Heraklion, Crete.
    https://www.fibalivestats.com/u/test.../bs.html#ASFSK

    Tomorrow Greece will meet USA.

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    USA-Greece 72-58 (36-25) in an exhibition played at Heraklion. US team lead reached +24 during Q4 but Greece scored 10 unanswered points in the last minutes. Cade Cunnigham led the winners with 16 points and Nikos Chougkaz had 14 for Greece. Fouls charged Scottie Barnes and Evan Mobley finished scoreless.

    http://basket.gr/eidhseis/10219-efiv...lada-ipa-58-72
    https://www.fibalivestats.com/u/test.../bs.html#ASFSK

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