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    Quote Originally Posted by PHILIPeurobasket
    He will propably not play in friendly games, but he will be play toghether with Gortat in EC games
    What a lazy guy ! Anyway the Lampe-Gortat frontline could be dangerous but I don't know if tough enough.
    "It's hard to play against players like Milan Gurovic who is able to change any situation"
    један је Гуровић Милан!
    Хвала богу на Дарку и Милану!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hvala Milane
    What a lazy guy ! Anyway the Lampe-Gortat frontline could be dangerous but I don't know if tough enough.
    Under basket yes but other players also must play bball and not only believe that guys from NBA can help to beat other good team

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHILIPeurobasket
    Under basket yes but other players also must play bball and not only believe that guys from NBA can help to beat other good team
    Of course, like Italy last year with Bargnani & Belinelli, but in every case to win you need before of all a balanced team and then a "problem solver" who can step up when necessary (you guys in Poland know better than me ).
    "It's hard to play against players like Milan Gurovic who is able to change any situation"
    један је Гуровић Милан!
    Хвала богу на Дарку и Милану!

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    Argentina - Poland 88:86. Kwarty: 20:17, 28:26, 18:32, 22:11
    Argentina: Scola 22, Nocioni 17 (2), Prigioni 11 (1), Quinteros 10 (3), Oberto 2 oraz L. Gutierrez 12 (4), J. Gutierrez 9, Kammerichs 4, Gonzalez 1, Gianella 0.
    Poland: Dylewicz 27 (2), Szubarga 20 (4), Szewczyk 12 (2), Frasunkiewicz 8 (2), Szawarski 3 (1) oraz Kitzinger 8, Łapeta 5, Wołoszyn 3 (1), Sroka 0.

    [IMG]p://bi.gazeta.pl/im/0/4460/z4460580N.jpg[/IMG]

    WOW Great game by Poland

    Now NT go from Rosario to Buenos Aires, where on 12 and 13 July will play in tournament. First rival will be Urugway, second Argentina or Mexico.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHILIPeurobasket
    Argentina - Poland 88:86. Kwarty: 20:17, 28:26, 18:32, 22:11
    Argentina: Scola 22, Nocioni 17 (2), Prigioni 11 (1), Quinteros 10 (3), Oberto 2 oraz L. Gutierrez 12 (4), J. Gutierrez 9, Kammerichs 4, Gonzalez 1, Gianella 0.
    Poland: Dylewicz 27 (2), Szubarga 20 (4), Szewczyk 12 (2), Frasunkiewicz 8 (2), Szawarski 3 (1) oraz Kitzinger 8, Łapeta 5, Wołoszyn 3 (1), Sroka 0.

    [IMG]p://bi.gazeta.pl/im/0/4460/z4460580N.jpg[/IMG]

    WOW Great game by Poland

    Now NT go from Rosario to Buenos Aires, where on 12 and 13 July will play in tournament. First rival will be Urugway, second Argentina or Mexico.
    Very impressive considering that you couldn't count on your main players (Ignerski, Gortat, Wojcik and Lampe) but also Argentina hadn't Ginobili. Lots of compliments to MVP Dylewicz!
    "It's hard to play against players like Milan Gurovic who is able to change any situation"
    један је Гуровић Милан!
    Хвала богу на Дарку и Милану!

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    Here are links to last friendly game between Argentina and Poland (9th July 2008 in Rosario). It was preparation game to Beijing for Argentina:

    http://rapidshare.com/files/12886462...2008.part1.rar
    http://rapidshare.com/files/12887605...2008.part2.rar
    http://rapidshare.com/files/12888853...2008.part3.rar
    http://rapidshare.com/files/12890188...2008.part4.rar

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwert
    Here are links to last friendly game between Argentina and Poland (9th July 2008 in Rosario). It was preparation game to Beijing for Argentina:

    http://rapidshare.com/files/12886462...2008.part1.rar
    http://rapidshare.com/files/12887605...2008.part2.rar
    http://rapidshare.com/files/12888853...2008.part3.rar
    http://rapidshare.com/files/12890188...2008.part4.rar

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    Thanks, good job!
    "It's hard to play against players like Milan Gurovic who is able to change any situation"
    један је Гуровић Милан!
    Хвала богу на Дарку и Милану!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hvala Milane
    Thanks, good job!
    Yeah, good work I wait for last part and I will watch today this game Later I will write some report ...

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    Q: What are your plans for the remainder of the summer?

    A: Right now I have a national team waiting for me. On July 22, I am leaving for Poland; I am going to have scrimmage games against Bulgaria. Beginning of August, I will also be going to Italy for a small tournament.

    http://www.nba.com/magic/news/sl_blog.html

    So Gortat will be with us

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    Wow, I don't know much about him unless that he was a quite good role player for Koln before he went to Orlando but sounds really a determined and serious pro, I like that! And his stats were pretty good too despite it was only summer league so I'm definitely curious to see him here in Italy.
    "It's hard to play against players like Milan Gurovic who is able to change any situation"
    један је Гуровић Милан!
    Хвала богу на Дарку и Милану!

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    Poland - Urugway 59:73. Kwarty: 19:16, 9:23, 19:17, 12:17.
    Poland: Szewczyk 11 (1), Dylewicz 11 (1), Szawarski 6 (1), Frasunkiewicz 4, Szubarga 3 oraz Łapeta 10, Kikowski 7 (1), Kitzinger 5 (1), Sroka 2, Koszarek 0, Wołoszyn 0.
    Urugway: Aguiar 26, Batista 16, Silveira 9 (1), Paez 8, Gonzalez 4 oraz Aguilera 4, Vazquez 2, Haller 2, Elhorody 0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHILIPeurobasket
    Poland - Urugway 59:73. Kwarty: 19:16, 9:23, 19:17, 12:17.
    Poland: Szewczyk 11 (1), Dylewicz 11 (1), Szawarski 6 (1), Frasunkiewicz 4, Szubarga 3 oraz Łapeta 10, Kikowski 7 (1), Kitzinger 5 (1), Sroka 2, Koszarek 0, Wołoszyn 0.
    Urugway: Aguiar 26, Batista 16, Silveira 9 (1), Paez 8, Gonzalez 4 oraz Aguilera 4, Vazquez 2, Haller 2, Elhorody 0.
    That's crazy, how can your guys lose by 2 against an almost complete Argentina and then lose by 14 against an Uruguay even without his two best players after Batista (Mazzarino and Garcia)?
    "It's hard to play against players like Milan Gurovic who is able to change any situation"
    један је Гуровић Милан!
    Хвала богу на Дарку и Милану!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hvala Milane
    That's crazy, how can your guys lose by 2 against an almost complete Argentina and then lose by 14 against an Uruguay even without his two best players after Batista (Mazzarino and Garcia)?
    Everyone will lose when will have 21/62 in game

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    Guys, does Lampe ever played for Poland NT or not(probably Sweden under16/18)? Thanks.

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    Poland - Mexi 79:62. Kwarty: 21:18, 21:9, 21:18, 16:17.
    Poland: Szewczyk 28 (3), Dylewicz 9 (1), Szubarga 9 (1), Frasunkiewicz 6 (2), Kitzinger 5 (1) oraz Łapeta 17, Koszarek 3 (1), Kikowski 2, Szawarski 0, Wołoszyn 0, Sroka 0.
    Mexico: Solares 17 (2), Zunga 10 (1), Ayon 7, Carrillo 6, Quintero 6 oraz Lopez 8 (2), Malpica 5 (1), Meza 2, Izaguirre 1, Castillo 0, Aguirre 0, Everardo 0

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    Poland ľ Bulgaria 66:75 (14:16, 14:21, 16:23, 22:15)
    Poland: Ignerski 18, Szewczyk 11, Gortat 10, Kitzinger 10, Frasunkiewicz 6, Szubarga 6, Kikowski 3, Tomaszek 2.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PHILIPeurobasket
    Poland ľ Bulgaria 66:75 (14:16, 14:21, 16:23, 22:15)
    Poland: Ignerski 18, Szewczyk 11, Gortat 10, Kitzinger 10, Frasunkiewicz 6, Szubarga 6, Kikowski 3, Tomaszek 2.


    Here are the points of the Bulgarian team too, for those interested:

    Jaaber 20, Stoykov 15, Videnov 15, D Ivanov 9 (10 rebs), Mladenov 5, Georgiev 5, B'rbanov 4, Hajisotirov 1, Angelov 1.

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    Poland - Bułgaria 92:61 (24:14, 24:14, 21:14, 23:19)

    Poland: Michał Ignerski 19, Marcin Gortat 18, Krzysztof Szubarga 13, Ivo Kitzinger 9, Łukasz Koszarek 9, Robert Tomaszek 9, Szymon Szewczyk 8, Paweł Kikowski 7, Przemysław Frasunkiewicz 0, Kamil Chanas 0, Paweł Mrˇz 0.
    Bułgaria: Jordan Bozow 13, Filip Widenow 10, Todor Stoikow 9, Nikolaj Werbanow 6, Dimitar Angełow 5, Stefan Georgiew 4, Asen Welikow 4, Bojko Mladenow 4, Ibrahim Jaaber 4, Tenczo Banew 2, Dejan Iwanow 0, Zlatin Georgiew 0.


    Gortat have 18 points, 6 reboudns and 4 steals

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    Poland-Bulgaria videos.

    1st game stream: http://www.itvp.pl/sport/video.html?...67&video=38430

    2nd game stream: http://www.itvp.pl/sport/video.html?...67&video=38491



    The first is very poor, nothing interesting to watch. Problems with slippery court, very bad shooting percentage.

    The second is great Poland's game, definsively and offensively with some good impact from our referees

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    http://www.e-basket.pl/News__Kadra_b...a_kosza__47251

    NT without sponsor ... Krauze say NO for basketball

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