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    Preliminary Round

    Group A

    2010.7.2 Lithuania 85 - China 72
    2010.7.2 Serbia 99 - Egypt 67
    2010.7.2 USA 82 - Argentina 70
    2010.7.3 Argentina 98 - Egypt 69
    2010.7.3 USA 102 - Lithuania 66
    2010.7.3 China 74 - Serbia 71
    2010.7.5 Serbia 62 - Argentina 56
    2010.7.5 USA 113 - China 73
    2010.7.5 Lithuania 97 - Egypt 77
    2010.7.6 China 76 - Argentina 64
    2010.7.6 USA 132 - Egypt 64
    2010.7.6 Lithuania 74 - Serbia 71
    2010.7.7 China 103 - Egypt 72
    2010.7.7 USA 112 - Serbia 75
    2010.7.7 Lithuania 74 - Argentina 71

    Group B

    2010.7.2 Poland 71 - Australia 54
    2010.7.2 Germany 69 - Canada 68
    2010.7.2 Spain 86 - South Korea 71
    2010.7.3 Canada 76 - Australia 68
    2010.7.3 Poland 101 - South Korea 83
    2010.7.3 Germany 74 - Spain 64
    2010.7.5 Canada 79 - Spain 72
    2010.7.5 Australia 84 - South Korea 70
    2010.7.5 Poland 79 - Germany 33
    2010.7.6 Canada 95 - South Korea 74
    2010.7.6 Poland 88 - Spain 82
    2010.7.6 Australia 62 - Germany 58
    2010.7.7 Poland 75 - Canada 70
    2010.7.7 Germany 78 - South Korea 68
    2010.7.7 Australia 68 - Spain 66

    9th to 12nd Place

    2010.7.9 Argentina 90 - South Korea 77
    2010.7.9 Spain 87 - Egypt 62

    2010.7.10 Egypt 88 - South Korea 87
    2010.7.10 Argentina 66 - Spain 56

    1/4 Final

    2010.7.9 Canada 102 - China 96
    2010.7.9 USA 105 - Australia 70
    2010.7.9 Lithuania 73 - Germany 61
    2010.7.9 Poland 100 - Serbia 70

    5th to 8th Place

    2010.7.10 Australia 68 - China 66
    2010.7.10 Serbia 67 - Germany 51

    2010.7.10 China 65 - Germany 64
    2010.7.10 Serbia 74 - Australia 64

    1/2 Final

    2010.7.10 USA 103 - Canada 83
    2010.7.10 Poland 75 - Lithuania 65

    3rd to 4th Place

    2010.7.11 Canada 83 - Lithuania 81

    Final

    2010.7.11 USA 111 - Poland 80
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    AUS - Australia wins ticket for 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship for Men

    BRISBANE (2010 FIBA U17 World Championship) - Exiting games against New Zealand – Three spots still vacant

    Australia successfully qualified for the 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship for Men from July 2nd – July 11th 2010 in Hamburg, Germany.

    The Australian team won the ticket after three exciting games against New Zealand at the Oceania Championship in Brisbane, Australia.

    After each team won one game, Australia secured the win the third game relying on a solid defense.

    After the 65:55 (33:30) win, the Australians booked their ticket to Germany.

    The German Head Coach Frank Menz is impressed by the Australian team: “Australia is a great team that had tremendous games at last year’s Albert Schweitzer tournament. They impressed the coaches and the crowds loved the way they played.”

    Australia’s U18 boys left Germany and the AST with the bronze medal and many fans. Their terrific performance in Mannheim is however not the only reason why German Head Coach Frank Menz believes that the Australian U17 boys will rock Hamburg.

    “They were awesome at last two U19 championships as well. Both in Serbia in 2007 and this year in New Zealand they advanced to the semi-finals”, Menz explains.

    For the German national team coach, the strength of the Australian team was clearly visible in the games against New Zealand.

    “They played with high intensity defensively and hold New Zealand to few points, especially in the first and third game.

    Additionally, Australia focuses on team-oriented and solid basketball.”

    Twelve teams will compete for the U17 crown in Hamburg, Germany.

    The champion of FIBA Africa will be determined in September while two participants from FIBA Asia will be decided in November.

    So far the USA, Argentina, Canada (all FIBA America), Spain, Lithuania, Serbia, and Poland (all FIBA Europe) as well as host Germany will compete in the Hanseatic city of Hamburg.
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    Egypt qualified as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rikhardur View Post
    Wow!! Australia made the world championships after playing 3 exciting games against New Zealand.

    Its high time FIBA get off the drugs and realise how ridiculous this is...I am surprised they didnt give NZ a place as well just for the sake of it.

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    USA had a training camp this weekend, the first time I have ever heard of them getting a youth team together outside of the summer. Looks like they are taking this very seriously.
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    GER - Menz satisfied after Training Camp with U17 Squad

    HAMBURG (FIBA U17 World Championship 2010) Frank Menz, German Head Coach of the U17 National Team that will compete at the FIBA U17 World Championship from July 2nd - to July 11th, 2010 in Hamburg, Germany, gathered his enlarged squad for a training camp this past weekend in Rotenburg. Here, Menz put special attention to the players that did not make the team at the European Championship in August. The German Coach underlined that all players of the enlarged squad have the chance to make the team that represents Germany next July in Hamburg for the World Championships.

    Menz was very content after the intense practices with his team: "It was a great atmosphere and everybody is very motivated. Especially the younger players (born in '94) worked hard, showed physical presence and have very good chances to make the team for the World Championship."

    In Rotenburg, Menz and his coaching staff put a special emphasis on position based drills as well as technical components. "As far as team tactics are concerned, we will increase working on that next year when it becomes somewhat clearer who will make the team," Menz explains.

    In December, Menz gathers his squad again to put them in the mood for the important year 2010.

    Check back to the Event-Website for further information on the teams and the event itself.

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    GER - Frank Menz: FIBA U17 World Championship in Hamburg bares immense chances for German Basketball

    HAMBURG (FIBA U17 World Championship 2010) - The Countdown on the official Website of the FIBA U17 World Championship 2010 in Hamburg is ticking. Until July 2nd, 2010, the beginning of the event, there is still some time for the German Head Coach Frank Menz to get his team ready for the global Basketball action in Hamburg. Menz sat down with FIBA U17 WCFM Press Officer Elisabeth Kozlowski and German journalist Jörg Bähren to talk about the importance of the event, the preparations for his team and how the German youth leagues help him to keep track of his players.

    The Countdown is on for the FIBA U17 World Championship next July in Hamburg – are you getting excited?

    Frank Menz: Absolutely! The players, staff and us coaches as well as are very much looking forward to the FIBA U17 World Championship in Hamburg. It is a great honor for Germany to host the premiere of this event. We want to do our part and contribute with good performances to the success of the event and promote our sport.

    Your teams has had great performances at the ING-DiBa Junior Cup this summer and won the international tournament unbeaten. What is crucial to the future development of your team?

    After the Junior Cup in Bamberg, we also played well at the European Championship in Lithuania but in the games against the very strong European teams such as Spain and Serbia, we realized that there is still room to improve. Now it is very important for my players to get a decent amount of playing time in their youth and regional leagues and develop with the help for these experiences.

    What is your impression on the German youth leagues, the JBBL and the NBBL?

    For me and the other coaches from the German Basketball, the two leagues are a huge success despite the fact that the JBBL is still in its infancy. Our young talents profit a lot from the games and from the practices with older players.

    Where there any changes to your work after the implementation of the two youth leagues?

    There are some changes as I can check the stats of my players online now and see how they performed on the weekend. It is a nice tool for us coaches but also offers the players to get attention. Alexander Blessig for instance (current NBBL rookie of the year) has never been to one of the training camps but performed great in the league. Thus, we invited him to join the national team. The youth leagues offer us the possibilities to track the performances of already known players but also to find new players for the teams.

    The FIBA U17 WCFM will take place from July 2nd – July 11th, 2010 in Hamburg. How are the chances for unknown players to trigger your attention for the final squad?

    There are of course still chances to make the team. I have to have the final squad ready a couple weeks prior to the event of course. But until then we will have about 60 days with the players, including training camps and games. There is still room for players to develop and make the team. In addition to that, the state coaches inform me about players that might be interesting for my team.
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    GER - Training Camp for German U17 Boys

    HAMBURG (FIBA U17 World Championship 2010) Frank Menz, Head Coach of the German U17 National Team that will compete at the FIBA U17 World Championship 2010 in Hamburg, gathers his squad for another training camp. The young talents practice right before Christmas from December 17th to December 20th, 2010 in Rotenburg.

    Menz named the following 18 players:

    Paul Albrecht (TuS Jena), Besnik Bekteshi (BSG Ludwigsburg), Fabian Bleck (Phoenix Hagen), Nico Hackmann (TuS Bramsche / Young Dragons Quakenbrück), Anselm Hartmann (TuS Jena), Stephan Haukohl (TuS Jena), David Herwig (TuS Lichterfelde), Jakob Krumbeck (TuS Jena), Jonathan Malu (SOBA Rhöndorf), Max Merz (Eintracht Frankfurt), Malik Müller (SG Urspringschule), Josip Peric (ALBA Berlin), Leon Tolksdorf (Picture, ALBA Berlin), Tim Unterluggauer (TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen), Andreas Wenzl (SSV Ulm), Julius Wolf (SG Urspringschule), Nikolaj Vukovic (Eintracht Frankfurt), and Paul Zipser (USC Heidelberg).

    On Call: Kalidou Diouf (SG Urspringschule), Lukas Higgen (TSG Westerstede), Robin Jorch (IBBA Berlin), Mauricio Marin (IBBA Berlin), Roland Nyama (Eintracht Frankfurt), and Tobias Schönhammer (TSV Breitengüßbach).

    Currently injured: Bogdan Radosavljevic (without club) and Dennis Sasse (TuS Neukölln).

    Head Coach Frank Menz, Assistant Coach Robert Bauer, Physiotherapist Christian Faigle and Team Manager Ronny Herre will be with the team.
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    who is the champion in the FIBA U17 World Championship

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    PR N°3 - Draw results for the FIBA U17 World Championship for Men

    HAMBURG (FIBA U17 World Championship for Men) – With the inaugural edition of the FIBA U17 World Championship for Men less than five months away, the draw for the first round of the competition was held today in Hamburg.

    The 12 qualified teams were divided into two groups of six.

    Here are the results of the draw:

    Group A: Argentina, China, Egypt, Lithuania, Serbia, USA.
    Group B: Australia, Canada, Germany, Korea, Poland, Spain.


    During the first round, which will begin on 2nd July 2010, each team plays the five others in their respective groups.

    The top four teams from each group advance to the quarter-finals, at which point the competition continues through to the final – held on 11th July 2010 – in a standard knock-out format.

    The draw was conducted by FIBA in collaboration with the German Basketball Federation in the presence of a number of team and federation representatives.

    Reaction to the draw will be made available on the website hamburg2010.fiba.com

    Further information about the 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship for Men is also available on the event site.
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    FIBA – Talented U17 generation to take Hamburg by storm

    HAMBURG (FIBA U17 World Championship for Men) – An impressive group of up-and-coming players from around the world will be on display when the FIBA U17 World Championship for Men gets underway in Germany on 2nd July. The draw for the tournament took place in the German city on Wednesday.

    Here is a look at some of the most intriguing names and prospects to keep an eye out for.

    James McAdoo (USA)
    James McAdoo helped the USA take gold at last summer’s inaugural FIBA Americas U16 Championship in Mendoza, Argentina, by averaging 16.8 points, 8.6 rebounds and 2.0 blocks in just under 25 minutes per game.

    The 6ft 8in forward is so highly-regarded that he was named USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year for 2009, becoming the youngest recipient of the prestigious award which, in its 30-year existence, has gone to past and present basketball legends such as Michael Jordan, Isiah Thomas, David Robinson, Reggie Miller, Tim Duncan, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony.

    The USA team due to take part in the FIBA U17 World Championship for Men will not be named until the summer, but McAdoo will undoubtedly be in Hamburg and once again assume a leadership role.

    Tauras Jogela (Lithuania)
    Tauras Jogela helped hosts Lithuania’s U16 side claim their first ever silver-medal finish at last year’s European Championship for Men.

    The 6ft 6in athletic forward averaged 15.6 points and 8.9 rebounds, recording double-doubles in five of nine games and was a match-up nightmare for opponents because of his ability to be at ease all over the court, either on the perimeter or down on the block.

    Jogela’s form started to dip in his team’s semi-final win over Poland and he failed to score in double-digits – for the only time of the tournament – in the final defeat to Spain.

    His struggles against the Spaniards contributed to Lithuania falling short of winning the tournament for the second year in succession. That is testament to how crucial he is to his team’s success.

    Nenad Miljenovic (Serbia)
    Nenad Miljenovic was a model of consistency and versatility for Serbia as they recorded a third-place finish at last summer’s U16 European Championship for Men in Kaunas.

    The 6ft 4in shooting guard ranked among the tournament leaders in most statistical categories. He averaged 17.7 points per game (3rd best), 7.0 rebounds (13th), 4.7 assists (2nd) and 2.7 steals (6th) per contest. Basically, whatever Serbia needed, he could provide at any given time.

    Miljenovic came close to recording a triple-double on two occasions so it’s no surprise then that he was a unanimous choice for the All-Tournament team.

    Kevin Pangos (Canada)
    Kevin Pangos used last year’s FIBA Americas U16 Championship as an opportunity to show that, as well as being a talented scorer and shooter, he can help his team in other areas too.

    The 6ft guard led Canada to a bronze medal finish and was successful in everything he did. He averaged 18.4 points, ranking him fourth among all players. His 10 of 22 shooting display from beyong the arc ranked him second in three-pointers made and fourth in accuracy (45.5 percent). He led all players in free-throw shooting, connecting on 26 of 29 attempts (89.7 per cent).

    In addition to his proficiency in those scoring categories, Pangos also ranked second in both assists (5.0) and steals (3.6) and was unquestionably leading by example as the Canadian finished behind the USA and Argentina to book a place for the FIBA U17 World Championship in Hamburg.

    Przemyslaw Karnowski (Poland)
    Przemyslaw Karnowski played a key role in helping Poland surpass expectations at last year’s U16 European Championship for Men.

    The 7ft centre averaged 10 points, 7.7 rebounds (sixth among all players) and 1.4 blocks per contest and was named to the All-Tournament team as the Poles just missed out on a historical medal finish, losing the third-place game 75-69 against Serbia.

    Karnowski has room for improvement, especially at the free-throw line (he converted only 16 of 42 attempts during the tournament) but at the same time showed he has a sound understanding of the game and showed that by proving to be a great passing big man. He recorded five assists in a win over Italy and dished out four in the loss to Serbia.

    Jaime Fernandez (Spain)
    Jaime Fernandez broke out from a run of inconsistent play just in time to be Spain’s star man in the semi-final and final of last summer’s U16 European Championship for Men.

    Spain as a team struggled in particular during the Qualifying Round and Fernandez’s inconsistent play was partly to blame.

    The 6ft 1in point guard had his fair share of ups and downs but bounced back brilliantly when it mattered most, recording back-to-back 20 points and four assists performances in the games that mattered the most – the semi-final win over Serbia and the defeat of hosts Lithuania in the final.
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    Default Abdel Nader to play for Egypt.

    The talented small forward Abdel Nader (202, 1993, Niles North HS) will play for Egypt at the U17 WC. The New Mexico commit will be a great add for Egypt in the years to come.


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    Lithuanian last 15+

    208 Laimonas Chatkevičius
    206 Simonas Kymantas
    198 Osvaldas Olisevičius
    197 Marijus Užupis
    197 Vaidas Kariniauskas
    196 Rokas Narkevičius
    195 Aurimas Urbonas
    195 Mindaugas Kačinas
    195 Tomas Lekūnas
    188 Mantas Mockevičius
    186 Arnas Mašalka
    185 Martynas Paliukėnas
    181 Simonas Lekys
    181 Paulius Semaška
    180 Eivydas Mološčiakas

    Tauras Jogela (199) out with broken hand, Ignas Ramašauskas (211) may not be ready for WC because of illness

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    USA trials roster:
    http://usabasketball.com/news.php?ne...17_myog_trials

    11 of 12 players return from last year's FIBA-Americas team. Some of the players who do not make the U17 WC team will go to Singapore for the youth olympics.
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    US team announced:

    Named as members of the USA Basketball U17 World Championship Team were ’09 U16 gold medalists Justin Anderson (Montrose Christian School, Md. / Montross, Va.); Brad Beal (Chaminade College Prep H.S. / St. Louis, Mo.); Quinn Cook (DeMatha H.S. / Bowie, Md.); André Drummond (St. Thomas More School / Middletown, Conn.); James McAdoo (Norfolk Christian H.S. / Norfolk, Va.); Johnny O’Bryant (Eastside H.S. / Cleveland, Miss.); Tony Parker (Miller Grove H.S. / Lithonia, Ga.); Chasson Randle (Rock Island H.S. / Rock Island, Ill.); and Adonis Thomas (Melrose H.S. / Cordova, Tenn.), while Michael Gilchrist (St. Patrick H.S. / Somerdale, N.J.), Marquis Teague (Pike H.S. / Indianapolis, Ind.), and Anthony Wroten, Jr. (Garfield H.S. / Seattle, Wash.) top off the roster.
    http://www.usabasketball.com/news.ph...e=10_mu17_team
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    US is on their way to Lithuania for friendlies against Russia U18 and Lithuania U17.

    Follow all the twittering here:
    http://twitter.com/usabasketball/men...-national-team
    Quote Originally Posted by Fedfan
    Most ppl get childish when they lose.
    Quote Originally Posted by GuTO
    refs in games of Spain walks with literally poop in his pants afraid of the Spanish players

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    USA lost to Russia U18 95-82. Sounds like they got tired in the second half, not surprising after the long trip.

    Spain used a huge fourth quarter to beat Canada 88-79 yesterday:

    ESPAÑA (15+24+14+35), 88: J. Medori (14), J. Fernández (13), R. Pámpano (1), L. Conde (22), J. Olaizola (7) –cinco inicial-, A. Ramón (5), J. Sanz (13), L. Costa (-), F. Cerqueira (4), M. Diop (-), A. Suárez (5), D. Díez (15).

    CANADÁ (25+22+18+14), 79: K. Pangos (8), A. Bennet (12), N. Webster-Chan (5), D. Wagner (4), A. Wiggins (12) –cinco inicial-, D. Notice (7), R. Peters (4), O. Hanlan (6), D. Pierre (2), J. De Ciman (19), M. Willms (-).
    Quote Originally Posted by Fedfan
    Most ppl get childish when they lose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JGX View Post
    US is on their way to Lithuania for friendlies against Russia U18 and Lithuania U17.

    Follow all the twittering here:
    http://twitter.com/usabasketball/men...-national-team

    cant wait to come home to my city

    i miss my bros #tino, #buka, #CM, and #Glenn. we da fab 5

    man its 7am here and im wide awake. man this is crazy. its 9pm bak home. smh. idk how imma do dis

    great attitude by this tonetone guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon_Koncak View Post
    cant wait to come home to my city

    i miss my bros #tino, #buka, #CM, and #Glenn. we da fab 5

    man its 7am here and im wide awake. man this is crazy. its 9pm bak home. smh. idk how imma do dis

    great attitude by this tonetone guy
    Seems to be having relationship issues.

    Article on the JAV - Rusija game:
    http://usabasketball.com/news.php?ne...=10_mu17_exh01
    Quote Originally Posted by Fedfan
    Most ppl get childish when they lose.
    Quote Originally Posted by GuTO
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    Russia U18 beat Lithuania 87-64.

    Serbia beat Australia 66-55 and 63-57 in a pair of games over the weekend.

    ESPAÑA (16+22+14+23), 75: A. Ramón (5), J. Medori (13), J. Sanz (7), J. Fernández (6), L. Costa (5), F. Cerqueira (-), R. Pámpano (2), L. Conde (2), M. Diop (10), A. Suárez (4), J. Olaizola (4), D. Díez (15).

    ARGENTINA (15+16+19+14), 64: J. Tuero (3), L. Massarelli (18), V. Marchisio (6), L. Goldenberg (-), T. Zanzottera (2), C. Benítez (1), L. Chaves (4), M. Massone (4), T. Gallizzi (3), M. Bortolín (18), F. Herrera (5).

    Poland beat China two out of three games.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fedfan
    Most ppl get childish when they lose.
    Quote Originally Posted by GuTO
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    Anybody knows if U-17 Championship is going to count in FIBA Ranking?

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