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    France's final roster:

    Frank Ntilikina PG 196 cm 86 kg 21 m.
    Andrew Albicy PG 178 cm 77 kg 29 m.
    Nando De Colo PG, SG 196 cm 91 kg 32 m.
    Paul Lacombe SG, PG 190 cm 86 kg 29 m.
    Evan Fournier SG, SF 201 cm 93 kg 26 m.
    Nicolas Batum SF 203 cm 91 kg 30 m.
    Axel Toupane SF 201 cm 95 kg 27 m.
    Louis Labeyrie PF 209 cm 100 kg 27 m.
    Amath M'Baye PF 206 cm 102 kg 29 m.
    Rudy Gobert C 216 cm 111 kg 27 m.
    Matthias Lessort C 206 cm 113 kg 23 m.
    Vincent Poirier C 213 cm 106 kg 25 m.



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    Japan's final roster:

    Seiya Ando PG 180 cm 80 kg 27 m.
    Ryusei Shinoyama PG 178 cm 77 kg 31 m.
    Makoto Hiejima SG 190 cm 88 kg 29 m.
    Shuto Ando SG 190 cm 87 kg 25 m.
    Daiki Tanaka SG 192 cm 93 kg 27 m.
    Nick Fazekas SF 211 cm 107 kg 34 m.
    Yuta Watanabe SF 206 cm 93 kg 24 m.
    Yudai Baba SF 198 cm 90 kg 23 m.
    Rui Hachimura SF, PF 206 cm 104 kg 21 m.
    Joji Takeuchi PF 205 cm 34 m.
    Kosuke Takeuchi PF 206 cm 100 kg 34 m.
    Avi Schafer PF 203 cm 107 kg 21 m.



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    https://www.sports247.ng/jordan-amin...orld-cup-list/

    12 players who will represent Nigeria at the 2019 FIBA Men’s World Cup have been released.

    The D’Tigers head coach, Alex Nwora made the final list known after their Peak Invitational Tournament victory against Poland and Montenegro.

    Nwora listed Ike Diogu, a regular throughout the qualifying series alongside Ike Iroegbu, Benjamin Uzoh, Al Farouk Aminu, Zanna Talib and Stanley Okoye.

    After series of impressive performances in the friendlies, Stockton Kings, Vincent Nnamdi booked a spot in the team alongside new kids on the block, Chimezie Metu, Jordan Nwora and Joshua Okogie.

    2016/2017 EuroLeague championship winner and EuroLeague Final Four MVP, Ekpe Udoh will also be in line to make his debut for D’Tigers alongside Michael Eric

    Nwora said the decision to drop Alade Aminu, Ike Nwamu and Deji Akindele who played major roles in the WC qualifiers was not an easy one.

    “It was very hard pruning the team from 15 to 12 as required by FIBA. If I had my way, we would have registered all the 15 players for the World Cup because all these players have unique qualities that they bring to the team.”
    "Vincent Nnamdi" is better known as Gabe Vincent.
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    I would have thought Michael Ojo would be good enough to make the Nigerian squad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hepcat View Post
    Interesting the upcoming season's salaries of the players on the U.S. team:


    Kemba Walkeris Bostono „Celtics“ US$32,7MM
    Khrisas Middletonas Milvokio „Bucks“ US$30,6MM
    Harrisonas Barnesas Sakramento „Kings“ US$24,1MM
    Mylesas Turneris Indianos „Pacers“ US$17,5MM
    Masonas Plumlee Denverio „Nuggets“ US$14.0 MM
    Brookas Lopezas Milvokio „Bucks“ US$12,1MM
    Marcusas Smartas Bostono „Celtics“ US$12,1MM
    Jaysonas Tatumas Bostono „Celtics“ US$7,8MM
    Joe Harrisas Bruklino „Nets“ US$7,7MM
    Jaylenas Brownas Bostono „Celtics“ US$6,5MM
    Donovanas Mitchellas Jutos „Jazz“ US$3,6MM
    Derrickas White'as San Antonijaus „Spurs“ US$1,9MM

    Total: US$170,6MM
    Average: US$14,2MM


    I wonder how the salaries of the players on the Lithuanian, Canadian, Australian and Serbian teams compare to those above?

    No tier A players in this roster.

    Based on top 100 nba players, only Kemba and Mitchell are tier B players while Tatum, Middleton and Brown are tier C and Turner, Smart, and Barnes tier D. Plumlee, Lopez and Harris are not even in the top 100 so they are basically tier G.

    so the strength of this usa team C/D.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    No tier A players in this roster.

    Based on top 100 nba players, only Kemba and Mitchell are tier B players while Tatum, Middleton and Brown are tier C and Turner, Smart, and Barnes tier D. Plumlee, Lopez and Harris are not even in the top 100 so they are basically tier G.

    so the strength of this usa team C/D.
    Kemba and Mitchell are definitely A tier players

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoopnation12 View Post
    Kemba and Mitchell are definitely A tier players
    well, based on an article i have read about the top 100 players in the nba, these should be the first 12 players to be considered based on their ranks:

    James
    Durant
    Davis
    Harden
    Curry
    Westbrook
    George
    Leonard
    Lillard
    Paul
    Butler
    Green

    next 12 would be

    Klay
    Oladipo
    Aldridge
    Irving
    Wall
    Walker
    Beal
    DeRozan
    McCollum
    Holiday
    Mitchell
    Lowry

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/graph...-players-2018/
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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    well, based on an article i have head about the top 100 players in the nba, these should be the first 12 players to be considered based on their ranks:

    James
    Durant
    Davis
    Harden
    Curry
    Westbrook
    George
    Leonard
    Lillard
    Paul
    Butler
    Green


    https://www.washingtonpost.com/graph...-players-2018/
    Imagine facing up such team end of all discussions... but they would definitely need 5 balls in any given time

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    Italy's Final Roster

    #00 Amedeo Della Valle (1993, 194, SG, A|X Armani Exchange Milano)
    #3 Marco Belinelli (1986, 196, SG, San Antonio Spurs - NBA)
    #5 Alessandro Gentile (1992, 200, SF, - )
    #6 Paul Biligha (1990, 200, C, A|X Armani Exchange Milano)
    #7 Luca Vitali (1986, 201, PG, Germani Basket Brescia)
    #8 Danilo Gallinari (1988, 208, PF, Oklahoma City Thunder - NBA)
    #10 Daniel Hackett (1987, 199, PG, CSKA Mosca - Rus)
    #12 Ariel Filloy (1987, 190, PG, Umana Reyer Venezia)
    #15 Jeff Brooks (1989, 203, PF, A|X Armani Exchange Milano)
    #16 Amedeo Tessitori (1994, 208, C, De’ Longhi Treviso)
    #23 Awudu Abass (1993, 198, SF, Germani Basket Brescia)
    #70 Luigi Datome (1987, 203, SF, Fenerbahce - Tur)

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    Quote Originally Posted by vuxsa View Post
    Imagine facing up such team end of all discussions... but they would definitely need 5 balls in any given time
    That team looks good on paper, but it's very unbalanced and without clearly defined roles. Great for an All-Star game, but would play much worse basketball than a team with less stars and more role players.

    I mean, it's a team featuring 4 ball-dominant PGs, only two real big men (Davis and Green) and a bunch of iso-happy scorers not known for their defence and who would have a hard time sharing the floor together.

    I think it would work much better to pick 5 stars as the starters and then fill out the roster with players who can complement them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darrell Armstrong View Post
    48 hours before the start of the tournament. 12 players max.
    All rosters should then be posted by now.

    But I see that there are still fourteen names on Canada's roster which makes no sense:

    http://www.fiba.basketball/basketbal...da#|tab=roster


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hepcat View Post
    All rosters should then be posted by now.

    But I see that there are still fourteen names on Canada's roster which makes no sense:

    http://www.fiba.basketball/basketbal...da#|tab=roster


    This is incorrect.
    Brissett is out. Injured and sent home
    Duane Notice was cut and sent home.
    Cory Joseph is in. Has been in China with the team for a couple days.
    Chris Boucher has not been with the team for over a month now.
    Connor Morgan (Joventut) was added yesterday to replace Brissett.
    The rest is accurate.

    Blame FIBA if you are confused.


    Final 12 seems to be:
    G:
    Kevin Pangos (Barcelona)
    Cory Joseph (Pacers -> Kings)
    Phil Scrubb (Zenit -> Movistar)
    Andrew Nembhard (Florida, NCAA)
    Brady Heslip (Istanbul BSB -> FA)
    Kaza Keane (Zwolle -> Mitteldeutscher BC)
    Aaron Best (Ludwigsburg -> FA)

    F:
    Melvin Ejim (UNICS KAzan ->Unicaja)
    Thomas Scrubb (Varese ->SIG Strasbourg

    Bigs:
    KhemBirch (Magic)
    Owen Klassen (Ludwigsburg -> Antwerp)
    Kyle Wiltjer (Unicaja -> Turk Telecom)
    Conor Morgan (NZ Breakers -> Joventut)


    Still a solid team and would pool out in most other pools. Good enough to upset Australia or Lithuania. But I am expecting a 17-20 finish despite being able to shit can many of the teams that will be in the 9 to 16 range.

    C'est la vie!

    Edit: Shit that is 13. Let me recheck.
    Cant find anything offcial yet - most likely Best or Keane is the final cut. Doesn't matter much. I'd cut Heslip as we have a 6'10 version of him on the roster already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mojo13 View Post
    This is incorrect.
    Brissett is out. Injured and sent home
    Duane Notice was cut and sent home.
    Cory Joseph is in. Has been in China with the team for a couple days.
    Chris Boucher has not been with the team for over a month now.
    Connor Morgan (Joventut) was added yesterday to replace Brissett.
    The rest is accurate.

    Blame FIBA if you are confused.


    Final 12 seems to be:
    G:
    Kevin Pangos (Barcelona)
    Cory Joseph (Pacers -> Kings)
    Phil Scrubb (Zenit -> Movistar)
    Andrew Nembhard (Florida, NCAA)
    Brady Heslip (Istanbul BSB -> FA)
    Kaza Keane (Zwolle -> Mitteldeutscher BC)
    Aaron Best (Ludwigsburg -> FA)

    F:
    Melvin Ejim (UNICS KAzan ->Unicaja)
    Thomas Scrubb (Varese ->SIG Strasbourg

    Bigs:
    KhemBirch (Magic)
    Owen Klassen (Ludwigsburg -> Antwerp)
    Kyle Wiltjer (Unicaja -> Turk Telecom)
    Conor Morgan (NZ Breakers -> Joventut)


    Still a solid team and would pool out in most other pools. Good enough to upset Australia or Lithuania. But I am expecting a 17-20 finish despite being able to shit can many of the teams that will be in the 9 to 16 range.

    C'est la vie!
    This is like their team C or D and still solid on paper. Deep talent pool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojo13 View Post
    Blame FIBA if you are confused.

    Final 12 seems to be:

    G:
    Kevin Pangos (Barcelona)
    Cory Joseph (Pacers -> Kings)
    Phil Scrubb (Zenit -> Movistar)
    Andrew Nembhard (Florida, NCAA)
    Brady Heslip (Istanbul BSB -> FA)
    Kaza Keane (Zwolle -> Mitteldeutscher BC)
    Aaron Best (Ludwigsburg -> FA)

    F:
    Melvin Ejim (UNICS KAzan ->Unicaja)
    Thomas Scrubb (Varese ->SIG Strasbourg

    Bigs:
    KhemBirch (Magic)
    Owen Klassen (Ludwigsburg -> Antwerp)
    Kyle Wiltjer (Unicaja -> Turk Telecom)
    Conor Morgan (NZ Breakers -> Joventut)
    That's still thirteen.


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    So now that the roster declaration deadline has expired I see that Canada's roster on the FIBA site has grown to sixteen:

    http://www.fiba.basketball/basketbal...da#|tab=roster

    Very strange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hepcat View Post
    So now that the roster declaration deadline has expired I see that Canada's roster on the FIBA site has grown to sixteen:

    http://www.fiba.basketball/basketbal...da#|tab=roster

    Very strange.

    Canada breaking the rules as normal.
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    16 Canadians converts to 12 Americans, sounds about right.
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    Canada's roster is now set. Aaron Best and Oshae Brissett are out.

    https://twitter.com/Ewingsports/stat...74754505842688

    Kevin Pangos (Barcelona) / Phil Scrubb (Estudiantes) / Kaza Kajami-Keane (Mitteldeutscher)
    Cory Joseph (Sacramento) / Andrew Nembhard (Florida Gators) / Brady Heslip (Istanbul BB)
    Melvin Ejim (Unicaja) / Thomas Scrubb (Strasbourg)
    Kyle Wiltjer (Türk Telekom) / Conor Morgan (Joventut)
    Khem Birch (Orlando) / Owen Klassen (Antwerp)

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    When did Brady Heslip rejoin Team Canada anyway? And when exactly did Cory Joseph arrive in China? Will he not still be jet-lagged on Sunday against Australia?


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    Heslip was in Australia but late. He played the USA game. I think they made a mistake cutting Best for him. But it shouldn’t matter with these last guys.

    Cory has been in China for a couple days - and yes, his fitness and preparation should be questioned. Everything about Basketball Canada should be questioned.

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