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    Default European Prospects born in 2003

    going by FIBA's list and adding a few notes:

    Adem Bona
    (2.05m, PF/C, original name: Ikechukwu Stanley Okoro), athletic Nigerian-native wearing Hakeem Olajuwon's jersey number (34), like his role model Giannis Antetokounmpo, seems to have big potential and the thing I see as the most positive sign is his continuous improvement.

    Davide Casarin (1.93m) made his Serie A debut and played two games in the Italian Play-Offs. Casarin is also coming off an impressive showing at the FIBA U18 European Championship 2019, where he averaged 8.8 points, 2.5 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.5 steals in four games despite being two years younger than the rest of the competition

    Lefteris Mantzoukas (2.04m, F) Mantzoukas has already shown he can play with adults, debuting in the Greek top flight at the end of the 2017-18 season - at 14 years of age (see EverGreen's post). Last season he even debuted in the Basketball Champions League for Promitheas Patras.

    Nikola Radovanovic (2.02m), Radovanovic is a lefty shooter and scoring machine.
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    So what do you want us to discuss?

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    These are threads we keep for tracking young players as they come along. You can add new names and/or challenge their future prospects.

    see the thread here for tracking: European Prospects by year of birth
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    As far as ive understood you want us to add new mentionable names...Batin Tuna (1.98m, F) the leader of the turkish U16 team, started with 16 to play in the turkish youth league (U19). The best wing defender of 2003 generation in Europe. A true leader if he must step up but only if. A really complete player with nerves made of steel. Had many triple doubles last season. A great rebounder for his position and also a very decent passer. The only thing which could be mentioned as a negative aspect is his perimeter shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toruko View Post
    As far as ive understood you want us to add new mentionable names...Batin Tuna (1.98m, F) the leader of the turkish U16 team, started with 16 to play in the turkish youth league (U19). The best wing defender of 2003 generation in Europe. A true leader if he must step up but only if. A really complete player with nerves made of steel. Had many triple doubles last season. A great rebounder for his position and also a very decent passer. The only thing which could be mentioned as a negative aspect is his perimeter shooting.
    if a wing-guard prospect has no perimeter shooting, he has no future in contemporary basketball. I am reaaly sick of turkish youth disabilities of shooting, there were too many prospects who got tons of medals in youth categories now are about to disaappear.

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