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    Results for the first round:

    Vila Velha 77 x 56 Araraquara
    Pinheiros 89 x 90 Flamengo
    Paulistano 82 x 76 Minas
    São José 73 x 68 Lajeado
    Limeira 93 x 88 Joinville
    Brasília 88 x 75 Assis
    Vitória 79 x 80 Franca

    Here are some highlights of Pinheiros vs Flamengo. (after 1 minute mark)



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    Do you have the rosters of the teams?
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    Quote Originally Posted by damelo View Post
    Do you have the rosters of the teams?
    Yes I have. I am working on it, the translation and everything else. I plan to post it later today or tomorrow.

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    Since in Brazil they use some different terms to call the position of a basketball player, I won't translate all of them 'cause it would give me much work, anyway here is a comparison of the terminology:

    Armador - Point Guard
    Ala - Shooting Guard or Small Forward
    Pivô - Power Forward or Center

    Some players are also called as a Ala-Armador or Ala-Pivô, that means they can play more than one position.

    The "probable starters" are in the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 order of positions.

    Here is the first team:

    Universo/BRB/Financeira Brasília



    Founded: 2000
    Official website: http://www.universobrb.com.br
    Arena: Nilson Nelson - Capacity: 11.000
    Location: Brasília (DF)

    Probable Starters: Valtinho, Arthur, Alex, Márcio Cipriano e Estevam.

    Coach: Aluísio “Lula” Ferreira



    Roster:

    Arthur
    Name: Arthur Luiz Belchior Silva
    Born: 30/9/1982, Brasília (DF)
    Height: 2,00m
    Position: Ala-armador
    Jersey: 4

    Ratto
    Name: André Luís Guimarães Fonseca
    Born: 4/3/1969, Salvador (BA)
    Height: 1,81m
    Position: Armador
    Jersey: 5

    Estevam
    Name: José Estevam Ferreira Júnior
    Born: 24/7/1978, Sete Lagoas (MG)
    Height: 2,11m
    Position: Pivô
    Jersey: 7

    Erik
    Name: Erik Amadeu Duarte Jorge
    Born: 6/4/1989, Ribeirão Preto (SP)
    Height: 1,82m
    Position: Armador
    Jersey: 8

    Valtinho
    Name: Valter Apolinario da Silva
    Born: 31/1/1977, Rio Claro (SP)
    Height: 1,85m
    Position: Armador
    Jersey: 9

    Alex
    Name: Alex Ribeiro Garcia
    Born: 4/3/1981, Orlândia (SP)
    Height: 1,91m
    Position: Ala-armador
    Jersey: 10

    Brasília
    Name: Cláudio Antonio Gomes Clente
    Born: 9/12/1972, Brasília (DF)
    Height: 2,02m
    Position: Ala
    Jersey: 13

    Eneias
    Name: Eneias Matos Martins
    Born: 9/6/1984, Brasília (DF)
    Height: 2,00m
    Position: Ala-pivô
    Jersey: 9

    Rossi
    Name: Frederico Rossi dos Santos
    Born: 9/4/1980, Brasília (DF)
    Height: 1,97m
    Position: Ala-armador
    Jersey: 17

    Victor
    Name: Victor Chueke Pureza
    Born: 23/7/1989
    Height: 1,90m
    Position: Ala-armador
    Jersey: 19

    David
    Name: David Silva Teles
    Born: 28/1/1983, Cubatão (SP)
    Height: 2,04m
    Position: Ala-pivô
    Jersey: 20

    Daniel
    Name: Daniel Morais dos Santos Bezerra
    Born: 23/2/1991
    Position: Armador
    Jersey: 23

    Cipriano
    Name: Márcio Santos Cipriano
    Born: 4/6/1979, São Paulo (SP)
    Height: 2,00m
    Position: Ala-pivô
    Jersey: 31

    Biro
    Name: Rodrigo Alves Maistro
    Born: 31/10/1987, Piracicaba (SP)
    Height: 2,00m
    Position: Armador
    Jersey: 33

    Mineiro
    Name: Rafael Rodrigues
    Born: 17/10/1987, Passa Tpo (MG)
    Height: 2,13m
    Position: Pivô
    Jersey: 41

    Tchiêlo
    Name: Tchiêlo Lisboa Camboim
    Born: 23/2/1991, Lisboa-POR
    Height: 1,95m
    Position: Ala-armador
    Jersey: 53

    Diego
    Name: Diego Pinheiro da Silva
    Born: 14/6/1980
    Height: 1,95m
    Position: Ala
    Jersey: 55
    Last edited by ¹²³; 01-29-2009 at 02:05 PM.

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    Cetaf/Garoto/UVV/PMVV



    Founded: 2002
    Official website: http://www.cetaf.com.br
    Arena: Ginásio Jones dos Santos Neves (DED) - Capacity: 3.000
    Location: Vitória (ES)

    Probable Starters: Alexandre, Felipinho, Léo (Guilherme), Amiel e Manuil

    Coach: Luiz Felipe Faria de Azevedo



    Roster:

    Amiel
    Name: Amiel Veja Morejon
    Born: 27/06/1976 - Havana (Cuba)
    Height: 2,02m
    Position: Ala
    Number: 10

    Gabriel
    Name: Gabriel Carvalho Bungenstab
    Born: 04/06/1987 - Vila Velha (ES)
    Height: 1,80m
    Position: Armador
    Number: 5

    Felipinho
    Name: Luiz Felipe Faria de Azevedo Filho
    Born: 22/01/1986 - São Paulo (SP)
    Height: 1,90m
    Position: Ala
    Number: 19

    Filipe
    Name: Filipe Ferreira Corrêa
    Born: 19/03/1987 - Ipatinga (MG)
    Height: 2,00m
    Position: Pivô
    Number: 18

    Gaspar
    Name: Ricardo Santos Gaspar
    Born: 02/11/1984 - Vitória (ES)
    Height: 2,02m
    Position: Ala
    Number: 91

    Léo Gomes
    Name: Leonardo de Oliveira Gomes
    Born: 06/08/1975 - Rio de Janeiro (RJ)
    Height: 1,95m
    Position: Ala
    Number: 23

    Manuil
    Name: Manuil Egídio Leal de Souza
    Born: 26/08/1979 - Fortaleza (CE)
    Height: 2,12m
    Position: Pivô
    Number: 20

    Márcio
    Name: Márcio Faria de Azevedo
    Born: 12/03/1976
    Height: 1,93m
    Position: Ala
    Number: 9

    Ramires
    Name: Ramires Ramos da Silveira
    Born: 23/05/1988 - Florianópolis (SC)
    Height: 2,04m
    Position: Pivô
    Number: 7

    Schneider
    Name: Guilherme Schneider
    Born: 17/07/1986 - Três de maio (RS)
    Height: 1,92m
    Position: Armador
    Number: 21

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    Quote Originally Posted by ¹²³ View Post
    Since in Brazil they use some different terms to call the position of a basketball player, I won't translate all of them 'cause it would give me much work, anyway here is a comparison of the terminology:

    Armador - Point Guard
    Ala - Shooting Guard or Small Forward
    Pivô - Power Forward or Center

    Some players are also called as a Ala-Armador or Ala-Pivô, that means they can play more than one position.
    Just my input to it:
    Armador: PG
    Ala-armador: SG
    Ala: SF
    Ala-pivô: PF
    Pivô: C

    Great job ¹²³! A pity the official website is down...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rikhardur View Post
    Just my input to it:
    Armador: PG
    Ala-armador: SG
    Ala: SF
    Ala-pivô: PF
    Pivô: C

    Great job ¹²³! A pity the official website is down...
    Yeah, but some teams don't use the Ala-armador and Ala-pivô classification. And combine the thing all together. Look at the Cetaf team I posted above. They only have players described as armador, ala and pivô. Obviously they aren't playing with just PG, SF and C.

    I played basketball for a long time in Brazil, usually brazilians teams have one armador (PG), two alas (SG and SF) and two pivôs (PF and C).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ¹²³ View Post
    Yeah, but some teams don't use the Ala-armador and Ala-pivô classification. And combine the thing all together. Look at the Cetaf team I posted above. They only have players described as armador, ala and pivô. Obviously they aren't playing with just PG, SF and C.

    I played basketball for a long time in Brazil, usually brazilians teams have one armador (PG), two alas (SG and SF) and two pivôs (PF and C).
    Sure, the same happens in Portugal, where the distinction between "extremo" (SF) and "extremo-poste" (PF), for instance, is sometimes not made. It's just a matter of terms I suppose, but that can create a lot of mess
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    Quote Originally Posted by rikhardur View Post
    Sure, the same happens in Portugal, where the distinction between "extremo" (SF) and "extremo-poste" (PF), for instance, is sometimes not made. It's just a matter of terms I suppose, but that can create a lot of mess
    Yep, my original idea was to translate the positions, but it was so messy I decided to leave the original words in there. I am not satisfied with the format of my rosters posts, maybe will work on some adjustments in the near future.

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    Thanks a lot, rik. Damn, Pinheiros lost again at home by one point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ¹²³ View Post
    Thanks a lot, rik. Damn, Pinheiros lost again at home by one point.
    Are you a Pinheiros fan? Did you play there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rikhardur View Post
    Are you a Pinheiros fan?
    Yes.

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    Did you play there?
    And yes.

    I played there in the youth teams for like 6 years. Won two city championships and two state championships with them. I am a member of the club as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ¹²³ View Post
    I played there in the youth teams for like 6 years. Won two city championships and two state championships with them. I am a member of the club as well.
    Yell us more about yourself, man. What do you do with the club now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvblair View Post
    Yell us more about yourself, man. What do you do with the club now?
    I played PG and SG there and althought I wasn't a top player or a starter, I like to think I was a good role player that helped the team to succeed.

    Now I am a member of the club like any other regular member. I don't have a job there or do anything other than enjoy their facilities and practice some amateur sport there as a hobby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ¹²³ View Post
    I played PG and SG there and althought I wasn't a top player or a starter, I like to think I was a good role player that helped the team to succeed.

    Now I am a member of the club like any other regular member. I don't have a job there or do anything other than enjoy their facilities and practice some amateur sport there as a hobby.
    Interesting But tell me, why that flag?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rikhardur View Post
    Interesting But tell me, why that flag?
    I never really changed the profile since registering here. Just don't like the idea of people labeling you due to your nationality.

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    The official NBB blog posted the "team of the round" and the best player for the first two weeks.

    First round:

    Best player: Marcelinho Machado (Flamengo) - 36 points, 5 boards, 2 steals, 6-12 from the 3 point line, 6-8 from the field and 6-6 from the FT line

    Team:

    PG: Nezinho (Limeira)
    SG: Marcelinho (Flamengo)
    SF: Eddy (Saldanha da Gama)
    PF: Rogério (Franca)
    C: Paulão (São José)
    6th Man: Josuel (Pinheiros)


    Second round:

    Best player: Fernando Penna - 17 points, 16 assists, 3 steals

    Team:

    PG: Sucatsky (Minas)
    SG: Fernando (Paulistano)
    SF: Alex (Brasília)
    PF: Felipe (Franca)
    C: Murilo (Minas)
    6th Men - Manteiguinha (Joinville)

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    (Universo Brasília rested)

    Pinheiros 82 Paulistano 65

    São José 83 Limeira 73

    Saldanha da Gama 63 CETAF 74

    Araraquara 82 Franca 87

    Joinville 78 Lajeado 56

    Minas 85 Flamengo 102

    Assis 78 Bauru 77


    Standings
    1. Flamengo - 6 pts
    2. Franca - 4 pts
    3. Joinville - 5 pts
    4. CETAF - 5 pts
    5. Limeira - 5 pts
    6. São José - 5 pts
    7. Universo Brasília - 4 pts
    8. Pinheiros - 4 pts
    9. Saldanha da Gama - 4 pts
    10. Paulistano - 4 pts
    11. Minas - 4 pts
    12. Assis - 3 pts
    13. Lajeado - 3 pts
    14. Araraquara - 3 pts
    15. Bauru - 2 pts
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    Quote Originally Posted by ¹²³ View Post
    NBB will start today.

    Here is the official site of the league:
    http://liganacionaldebasquete.com.br (only in portuguese)

    They are problaby still working on it, but it has some useful information.



    Here is a story (in portuguese) featured in the biggest news program in Brazil, Jornal Nacional:

    Watch here.
    hope this players will come to RP
    and play for the RP developmental team

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