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    it's decided that from now on the playoffs would decide the winner (thaniks god, finally) eventhough 4 teams will start in semifinals (3 games series), and in my opinion it wouldn't be too tough to make it only a home&away game untill the finals and establish quarterfinals as well due to that... anyway it's an improvement, mostprobably accepted because AL management is counting on one additional euroleague invitation if euroleague indeed expands after 2007/08 season.

    some more signings from this area... Partizan signed Dušan Kecman a while ago and Milenko Tepič... while imho it would be hard to replace Miloje's dominance under the rim and they'll have to search for some much better reinforcements if they want to be succesful in euroleague and adruiatic league all at the same time (the reality might be they'd concentrate only on adriatic league again, just as last year)

    Split signed Damjan Rudež from Belgian Oostende and considering there kmust be some money left from Pašalič and Ukič's buyouts I hope they'd finally make a competitive team... Rudež, Perič and Kaštropil should show some improvement this season and if they'd finally play up to their potential Split has a chance to return on european bball map...

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    Day 1

    FMP - Crvena zvezda
    Partizan - Hemofarm
    Budućnost - Cibona
    Split CO - Bosna ASA BHT
    Zagreb - Helios
    Geoplin Slovan - Union Olimpija
    Široki - Zadar

    From 2007/2008 Adriatic will have 14 Teams as now but Skopje will join the league. So we will have 2 serbian, 2 croatian, 2 slovenian, Buducnost Podgorica, Skopje and Bosna Sarajevo for sure. So we have 9 teams. Then the country with the best results from the next season will get 2 more places for 2007/2008. The 2nd and 3rd will get 1 more place. The country with the best results from 2005/2006 and 2006/2007 will get also 1 more place. So it could happen that we will see 5 serbian teams in Adriatic from 2007.

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    Wow, Serbian and Slovenian derby(s) for the first round.

    BTW, I've heard that there should be a ALL STAR game too... in Ljubljana.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buducnost PG
    From 2007/2008 Adriatic will have 14 Teams as now but Skopje will join the league. So we will have 2 serbian, 2 croatian, 2 slovenian, Buducnost Podgorica, Skopje and Bosna Sarajevo for sure. So we have 9 teams. Then the country with the best results from the next season will get 2 more places for 2007/2008. The 2nd and 3rd will get 1 more place. The country with the best results from 2005/2006 and 2006/2007 will get also 1 more place. So it could happen that we will see 5 serbian teams in Adriatic from 2007.
    Serbia getting 5 teams right now is reality, based on result of those teams... Croatia and Slovenia are both in bball club crisis so I think we don't really have the teams to battle for Serbian 5th team (Boducnost- Vojvodina... it's the same)... in the long run of course I think things will change.

    I realised there will also be an adriatic league all-star day from now on... I don't think we need it, but It's definately going to be interesting just with how will they fill up both teams... east/west?, foreigh/home?... serbia/the rest? ...new comedy rising up...

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    The playoff system if better, but it would be more interesting if it would start with 1/4 finals IMO.

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    At first i was not happy with this league but now it will get better and better and i hope it will help our basketball (serbian, croatian, slovenian etc.). We have a long way to go, but perhaps we will be at the top of europe in 10 or 15 years. The talent we have in the ex-ju region is amazing but we need some more strong sponsors so that we could keep our talented players longer and also have the money to bring in some players from the USA or other countries.

    From 2007 we will have 4 teams in the Euroleague and 3 in Uleb Cup which play in the Adriatic. So we get the same as Spain and Italy.

    And what is going on her boys? Only slovenians are here and me now. But were are the serbian and croatian or bosina users?

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    friendlies:
    Partizan - Vojvodina 92:100
    Peković 29, Bogdanović 17, Veličković 14, Bakić 12

    Split - Bodučnost 75-83
    Car 14, Kedžo 12, Kaštropil 12; Maraš 14, Mijatović 14, Dašić 14, Micov 12

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    Outright winner
    Sunday, April 01, 2007
    ABA, Europe

    2006/07 ABA - 12:00 PM
    Tournament Winner (including playoffs)
    Partizan Mobtel 5.00
    Red Star Belgrade 5.00
    Cibona 6.00
    Hemofarm 7.00
    FMP 8.00
    Union Olimpija 9.00
    Zadar 10.00
    Geoplin Slovan 25.00
    Bosna Asa 41.00
    Budućnost 41.00
    Pivovarna Laško 61.00
    Siroki Eronet 101.00
    Split CO 101.00
    Helios Domžale 201.00

    i just love profesionalism... I'll bet on Laško and than try to sue bet&win...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matiz
    friendlies:
    Partizan - Vojvodina 92:100
    Peković 29, Bogdanović 17, Veličković 14, Bakić 12

    Split - Bodučnost 75-83
    Car 14, Kedžo 12, Kaštropil 12; Maraš 14, Mijatović 14, Dašić 14, Micov 12
    Split-Buducnost 69-77 (Kastropil 14, Siriscevic 11 - Micov 19, Maras 14, Vranes 12)
    Crvena zvezda-Mega Ishrana 91-76.
    Siroki-Alkar 100-64.
    Crvena zvezda-Cherkasy 102-96 (Gurovic 25, Dragicevic 20, Misanovic 18, Kovac 18).
    Slovan-Bosna 87-81 (Begic 22, Latham 21 – Ciric 25, Sehovic 15).
    Hemofarm-Ergonom 87-71 (Borisov 17, Bakic 16, Marijanovic 15)
    Helios-Loka kava 113-71 (Pavic 24, Troha 14, Zalokar12, Zagorc 12, Doncic 12)
    Zadar-Unics Kazan 88-83, 92-92
    Slovan-Alpos Kemoplast 92-77 (Preldžić 18, Latham 22, Begić 17)

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    damn... where did you find all those?

    HELIOS : KRKA 75 : 65 (10:15, 20:17, 24:16, 21:17)
    Janža, Pavič 16, Zalokar 10; Sebič 12, Mihailovič, Bučar, Jovanovič 10

    looks like Begić is going to pan out for Slovan afterall...

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    FMP-Efes Pilsen 91-81 (Pantic 15, Krstovic 14, Savanovic 10 - Nicholas 19, Jenkins 18, Abi 15).
    Zdravlje-Crvena zvezda 83-87 (Mitic 27, Miljkovic 18 - Dragicevic 26, Gurovic 20, Milosevic 16).
    Geoplin Slovan-Turow 68-61 (Preldzic 16, Klobucar 16, Vidmar 15 - Petrovic 16, Ljubotina 14).
    Bosna-Slavija 98-77 (Garma 20, Zimic 20, Gilbert 11- Veskovic 14, Rodic 13, Memic 13).
    Helios-Koper 92-58 (Pavic 25, Troha 19 - Walker 15, Zdravkovic 10, Tanaskovic 10).
    Hemofarm-Sloga 85-68 (Rakic 21, Vukosavljevic 15).

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    Bosna-Mega Ishrana 77-95 (Ahmetbašić 9, Šuljagić 2, Ikonić 12, Ćirić 17, Bašalić 4, Zimić 3, Dedović 3, Garma 20, Lewis 7)

    Hemofarm-Radički Zastava 87-80 (Savović 13, Bakić 20, M. Marković, Rakić 8, Šuput 15, S. Marković 4, Jerominov, Joksimović 6, Marjanović, Radinović 11, Borisov, Vukosavljević 12)

    Cibona-Split 104-87 (Rozić 31, Mance 28, Vrbanc 12, McCulough 12, Žuža 9, Morović 8, Krasić 2, Trepalovac 1 - Rudež 19, Kedžo 12, Stinson 12, Han 10, Car 8, A. Delaš 8, Sobin 7, Gaurina 4, Siripčević 3, M. Delaš 2, Lozančić 2)

    Široki-Zagreb 88-77 (ot) (Štemberger 17, Špralja 16, Opačak 15, Barač 14, Stringer 10, Brkić 7, Vujanović 4 - Zadravec 16, Tomić 15, Simon 14, Broyles 13, Nešović 7, Vrsaljko 4, Garma 3, Kovačević 3, Babić 2)

    Geoplin Slovan-Turow Zgorzelec 56-68 (Latham 4, Preldžić 1, Nikolić 6, Klobučar 6, Z.Dragić, Grušovnik 4 , Vidmar 20, Čigoja, Begić 15)

    Geoplin Slovan-Turow Zgorzelec 68-61 (Preldžić 16, Nikolić 9, Klobučar 16, Z.Dragić 2, Bilič, Grušovnik, Vidmar 15, Čigoja 2, Begić 8)

    Zlatorog Laško-Helios Domžale 70-90 (Dončič 9, Janža 8, Zalokar 11, Troha 9, Krejič 10, Pavič 22, Ambrož, Zagorc 7, Korošec, Močnik 4, Lashkevich 10.)

    Elektra Esotech-Helios Domžale 55-87 (Pavič 18 (1/3), Dončić 16 (4/4), Močnik 15 (3/4), Krejič 9 (4/5), Janža 7, Troha 7, Laškevič 7 (1/1), Zalokar 5 (1/3), Zagorc 2 (2/2), Ambrož 1 (1/2), Korošec, Bajramlić)

    Buducnost-Partizan 70-66 (Mijatovic 14, M.Pekovic 12, Pavlovic 11 - Tepic 15, Perovic 15, Velickovic 10, N.Pekovic 10).

    Vojvodina-Bosna 89-80 ( - Ciric 18, Gilbert 12, Lewis 12).

    Crvena zvezda-PAOK 91-79
    Tournament in Sostanj (SLO) - finals: Elektra-Helios 55-87 (Cmer 11, Jersin 10, Rucigaj 10 - Pavic 18, Doncic 16, Mocnik 15).
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    Buducnost-Partizan 56-58.
    FMP-Borac Cacak 90-68 (Labovic 15, Todorovic 13, Krstovic 12)

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    coming from some fans, Vujanić will not sign for Partizan since the club management claims they don't need any aditional PG, and they're only looking for a power forward now
    Unless that PF is irrationaly good, Partizan will again be wasting their old (=old-old) reputation in euroleague, giving all their effort in adriatic league again....

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    Buducnost-Partizan 56-58
    Partizan: Tepić 14, Bogdanović, Tapušković, Kecman 4, Bakić 9, Borovnjak 4, Veličković 10, Perović 4, Peković 13, Đurković.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matiz
    Split signed Damjan Rudež from Belgian Oostende and considering there kmust be some money left from Pašalič and Ukič's buyouts I hope they'd finally make a competitive team... Rudež, Perič and Kaštropil should show some improvement this season and if they'd finally play up to their potential Split has a chance to return on european bball map...
    Unfortunately that will not be the case for several more years, they are main candidates to finish last in Goodyear league.

    This American PG Curtis Stinson is nothing exceptional, he is ok.
    Hrvoje Peric is long and versatile offensive player, but someone needs to tell him to play defense. Franko Kastropil has showed some new moves in preparation games so far, and he might take step ahead, but his low basketball IQ will limit him to achieve significant career. Mateo Kedzo has one of softest shooting touches in Europe, but he is too fat, too slow and cannot get off the floor to save his life. The team also lacks depth, Rudez has perfect body for SF, but he is very inconsistent, still should return on NBA radar with increased playing time. Ivan Siriscevic is young talented shooter and might become solid Euroleague player with time.

    Gaurina, Lozancic, Car sucks, and juniors doesn`t seem as talented as previous years. Last generation of Ukic, Pasalic, Rancic....didn`t produce big results, and they were significantly more talented then this squad.
    My blog about european hoops http://insidehoops.blog.com

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    FMP Belgrade-Lokomotiv Rostov 76-83
    ( Erceg sa 21, Rašić sa 12, Krstović sa 11 i Labović sa 10 poena.)

    Dusko Savanovic broke his nose in this game and it is unclear how long he will be out of court.

    Red Star Belgrade-Panelinios 71-67
    (Milan Gurović 14 , Pero Antić 12 ,Petar Popović 11)

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    Hemofarm Vrsac-Dynamo Moscow 102-88
    (Bakic&Rakic 18, Joksimovic 17, Topic 13, Vukosavljevic 10 - Chatman 24, Popvic 13)

    I am a little bit suprised about the good games from Vrsac so far. Especially about Rakic and Bakic. For a few days or a week Rakic had an 21 point game and now 18 points against a strong team like Dynamo. Also Bakic which missed the whole last season due injury plays well.

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    Tournament at Vrsac - finals: Hemofarm-FMP 88-83 (Milenko Topic (204-F-69) 18 - MVP, Suput 17, Joksimovic 13 - Erceg 22, Djerasimovic 16, Krstovic 14); for 3rd place: Siroki-Dynamo Moscow 78-82 (Stringer 20, Sola 15, Opacak 13 - Raicevic 22, Chatman 15, Trushkin 13).

    Tournament at Germany: Partizan-Rheinenergie Koeln 95-93 OT (Tripkovic 24, Bogdanovic 19, Pekovic 14 - Burrell 20, Mallet 17, Faison 17).

    Tournament at Zagreb: Geoplin Slovan-Lokomotiv Novosybirsk 69-71 (Begic 16, Preldzic 13, Nikolic 10 - Varlamov 10, Pronin 10), Split-Cedevita 78-68 (Stinson 22+7 rbs+7as).

    Tournament in Tuzla:
    Sloboda-Bosna 85-79
    Zlatorog : Vojvodina 95:96 (75:76, 49:57, 21:30)

    Tournament in Angers:
    Cibona - Cholet 93-73 (Vedran Morovic (183-G-83, college: Olney CC) 19, Mance 15, Warren 15 - Edwards 19, Richardson 19).

    Tournament in Vrsac:
    Hemofarm - Siroki 101-88 (Borisov 14, Vukosavljevic 14, Bakic 13 - Opacak 30, Barac 13), FMP-Dinamo Moscow 86-74 (Labovic 14, Pantic 11, Erceg 10)..

    Hemofarm - FMP 88-83 (Savović 2, M. Marković 3, Joksimović 13, Šuput 17, S. Marković 9, Rakić 6, Marjanović 2, Radinović 6, Topić 18 - Teodosić 5, Đerasimović 16, Erceg 22, Žigeranović 2, Labović 2, Popović 3, Krstović 14, Mitić 4, Rašić 10, Samardžiski 5)

    Široki Eronet - Dynamo Moscow 78-82 (Vujanović, Opačak 13, Barać 9, Šakota, Štemberger 10, Lovrić, Striger 20, Ramljak 3, Šola 15, Špralja 8)

    Himki - Helios Domžale 91-86 (Dončič 25 (10/12), Janža 15 (4/4), Laskevič 12 (4/6), Krejič 10 (2/2), Pavič 10 (6/7), Troha 7 (2/2), Močnik 4 (3/4), Bajramlić 2 (2/2), Zagorc 2, Ambrož, Žerak, Korošec)

    Helios Domžale - Bot Turow Zgorzelec 75-80 (Pavič 19 (6/6), Močnik 13 (5/6), Dončić 12 (6/7), Laskevič 11 (1/1), Troha 8, Krejič 6 (2/2), Janža 3 (3/4), Zagorc 2, Bajramlić 2, Zalokar, Ambrož, Korošec.)

    Helios Domžale - Bot Turow Zgorzelec 73-75 (Laškevič 17 (5/6), Janža 10 (4/4), Troha 10 (1/2), Pavič 8 (2/2), Dončić 8 (5/6), Močnik 6 (1/2), Zagorc 5, Zalokar 4, Ambrož, Bajramlić, Korošec.)

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    eventhough those are preparation games and they're not even complete yet Dynamo Moscow showed a surprisingly low level playing against adriatic league teams...
    Quote Originally Posted by Jon_Koncak View Post
    That's funny shit.I cant believe there are sports fans thinking like it.It's like Federer losing to random Japanese player in round 1 of French Open but tournament director stepping in and saying "hey it was a fluke win who wants to watch a random Japanese guy in next round,Federer qualifies"

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