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    All teams are known now. Cedevita gets willd card

    Partizan
    Crvena zvezda
    Hemofarm STADA
    FMP
    Lions
    Union Olimpija
    Cibona
    Zadar
    Budućnost
    Bosna
    Helios
    Zagreb
    Široki Eronet
    Cedevita
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    thanx for this info, how do you rate bosna?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pohani komarac View Post
    All teams are known now. Cedevita gets willd card

    Partizan
    Crvena zvezda
    Hemofarm STADA
    FMP
    Lions
    Union Olimpija
    Cibona
    Zadar
    Budućnost
    Bosna
    Helios
    Zagreb
    Široki Eronet
    Cedevita
    Where is Split, god damn it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunOverHStreet View Post
    Where is Split, god damn it!
    Split is somewere betwen deep shit and total colaps. They didn't even demand willd card because they can't pay it. Cedevita (factory) singed they will be sponsor of this league + they have money to pay for invitation so betwen them (Cedevita as club), Igokea Partizan and Dubrovnik it was easy guess they will get invitation
    Krka aldso didn't demand willd card. Only Cibona have more money then them and they finished 6 in Croatian championship behinde Cibona, Zadar, Zagreb, Split and Drubrovnik LOL. I just hate this club
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    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delibasic View Post
    thanx for this info, how do you rate bosna?
    Somwere in the midle (5-10). Now they have little better coach than they had over last few seasons. but it will be mere clear when clubs finish their rosters
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pohani komarac View Post
    Somwere in the midle (5-10). Now they have little better coach than they had over last few seasons. but it will be mere clear when clubs finish their rosters
    thanx brother

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    Quote Originally Posted by pohani komarac View Post
    Split is somewere betwen deep shit and total colaps. They didn't even demand willd card because they can't pay it. Cedevita (factory) singed they will be sponsor of this league + they have money to pay for invitation so betwen them (Cedevita as club), Igokea Partizan and Dubrovnik it was easy guess they will get invitation
    Krka aldso didn't demand willd card. Only Cibona have more money then them and they finished 6 in Croatian championship behinde Cibona, Zadar, Zagreb, Split and Drubrovnik LOL. I just hate this club
    I didn't know what was the situation with them, there was a rumor that some entertainment corporation wanted to manage the club and to put them back on the path of the glory days... Such a shame.
    As for Cedevita (I like it, mmm), I'm not fond of instant clubs either. We will see interesting duel between Multivita (Hemofarm) and Cedevita.

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    Did you see new half liter bottle of cedevita, you can buy it here on kiosk for 100 dinars(little bit more than 1 euro)? Rip off for kids...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SunOverHStreet View Post
    I didn't know what was the situation with them, there was a rumor that some entertainment corporation wanted to manage the club and to put them back on the path of the glory days... Such a shame.
    As for Cedevita (I like it, mmm), I'm not fond of instant clubs either. We will see interesting duel between Multivita (Hemofarm) and Cedevita.

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    Did you see new half liter bottle of cedevita, you can buy it here on kiosk for 100 dinars(little bit more than 1 euro)? Rip off for kids...
    no I only drink Cedevita from bag (lemon or orange) You will see some new things with them. bad copy of NBA pre game show and they are paying "trubace" (don't know english word for that) to play retard and anoying music when they poses ball Only good reason for visit their games is free cedevita

    As for Split there were rumors about americans but you know how things work here. Split is trying to become private club (d.o.o.) and will see what will happen
    Jordi Bertomeu sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pohani komarac View Post
    no I only drink Cedevita from bag (lemon or orange)
    Realno. The best way to refresh yourself, and orange is my thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by pohani komarac View Post
    You will see some new things with them. bad copy of NBA pre game show and they are paying "trubace" (don't know english word for that) to play retard and anoying music when they poses ball Only good reason for visit their games is free cedevita
    That would be trumpeters or brass band, and yeah it sucks if it's like that.
    I really hate that NBA style, it's so strange to me. But, when you look at it from the other point of view, when you don't have any supporters that can create tension, anything is appreciated...

    Quote Originally Posted by pohani komarac View Post
    As for Split there were rumors about americans but you know how things work here. Split is trying to become private club (d.o.o.) and will see what will happen
    It will be great if thay can pull that out, generally, it would be great for all big ex-Yu clubs if they can do that and generate more money, so they can compete on high level every year and make this Adriatic league more interesting.

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    Adriatic league should become much more interesting when there will be only 12 clubs competing... that also means 4 weeks shorter season and more importance to the national championships I guess...
    along that the quality of basketball should rise, Rabotnički could be a refreshment in a matter of few years when they get a chance to become competitive...
    Still the only way to increase the level and interest for adriatic league are strong Partizan, Zvezda, Cibona, Zadar, Olimpija, Bosna... preferably all those teams competing succesfully on international stage as well, in sold out arenas on top of that.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Joško Poljak Fan View Post
    Adriatic league should become much more interesting when there will be only 12 clubs competing... that also means 4 weeks shorter season and more importance to the national championships I guess...
    along that the quality of basketball should rise, Rabotnički could be a refreshment in a matter of few years when they get a chance to become competitive...
    Still the only way to increase the level and interest for adriatic league are strong Partizan, Zvezda, Cibona, Zadar, Olimpija, Bosna... preferably all those teams competing succesfully on international stage as well, in sold out arenas on top of that.
    Exactly. You are reading my mind...
    As for bolded, you forgot Split... And maybe lunatics from Čačak. They have enormous talent there.

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    ADRIATIC LEAGUE 2009/2010 ROSTERS:

    updated: 8.10.2009

    Union Olimpija Ljubljana



    PG: Vlado Ilievski – Dušan Djordjević
    SG: Sani Bečirović - Sašo Ožbolt – Jaka Klobučar
    SF: Matt Walsh - Pawel Kikowski
    PF: Uroš Slokar - Edin Bavčić - Nemanja Aleksandrov
    C: Vladimir Golubović - Gašper Vidmar

    Headcoach: Jure Zdovc
    Roster status: closed

    Partizan Belgrade



    PG: Aleksandar Rašić
    SG: Petar Božić – Aleksandar Mitrović – Stefan Sinovec
    SF: Dušan Kecman - Jan Vesely – Strahinja Milošević
    PF: Branislav Djekić – Sava Lešić
    C: Aleksandar Marić – Žarko Rakočević – Slavko Vraneš

    Headcoach: Dušan Vujošević
    Roster status: Looking for PF (Ognjen Aškrabić), PG

    Cibona Zagreb



    PG: Jamont Gordon - Vedran Princ
    SG: Antonio Graves – Robert Troha - Goran Vrbanc
    SF: Marko Tomas - Marin Rozić - Bojan Bogdanović
    PF: - Tomislav Zubčić – Lukša Andrić – Vedran Vukušić
    C: Dalibor Bagarić - Leon Radošević

    Headcoach: Velimir Perasović
    Roster status: Looking for PF

    Crvena Zvezda Belgrade



    PG: Maurice Bailey - Nemanja Nedović
    SG: Filip Videnov - Vuk Radivojević - Boris Bakić
    SF: Marko Kešelj - Nemanja Bjelica - Milan Milošević - Lazar Radosavljević
    PF: Tadija Dragićević - Oliver Stević - Nikola Rondović
    C: Elmedin Kikanović - Vladimir Štimac

    Headcoach: Aco Petrović
    Roster status: Looking for C (Davis, Roberts, Watkins, Ffriend)

    Cedevita Zagreb



    PG: Jermaine Anderson - Srđan Subotić - Hrvoje Kovačević
    SG: Thomas Mobley - Tomislav Petrović - Nino Primorac - Dino Butorac
    SF: Damjan Rudež - Ivan Opačak - Marin Petrić
    PF: Bariša Krasić - Ljubo Šamadin
    C: Andrija Žižić - Franko Kaštropil - Vladimir Kuljanin - Ivan Jurković

    Headcoach: Slobodan Subotić
    Roster status: closed

    Helios Domžale



    PG: Jure Močnik - Žiga Zagorc - Aljaž Korošec - Klemen Škrlec
    SG: Alvin Snow - Vjekoslav Petrović
    SF: Dejan Delić - Sanel Bajramlić - Klemen Balažic - Igor Tratnik
    PF: Mario Dundović - Aleksei Laskhevich - Miha Zalokar
    C: Domen Žerak - Matej Krušič

    Headcoach: Rado Trifunović
    Roster status: closed

    Bosna Sarajevo



    PG: Zlatko Jovanović - Mirza Sarajlija - Muhamed Pašalić
    SG: Suad Šehović - Matija Češković - Aldin Majstorić - Eldin Čamdžić
    SF: Nikola Vučurović - Božo Đurasović
    PF: Ivan Ivanović - Seid Hajrić - Kemal Avdić
    C: Goran Bajić - Emir Zimić - Rašid Mahalbašić

    Headcoach: Vlada Vukoičić
    Roster status: Complications with Rašid Mahalbašić transfer

    Zadar



    PG: Rok Stipčević - Toni Prostran - Marko Car
    SG: Damir Rančić - Šime Olivari
    SF: Micah Downs - Hrvoje Perić - Pavle Marčinković - Jure Škifić - Ivan Batur
    PF: Vladimir Boisa - Marino Šarlija
    C: Trent Plaisted - Tomislav Ružić - Daniel Popović - Franjo Marasović

    Headcoach: Zmago Sagadin
    Roster status: closed

    Hemofarm Vršac STADA



    PG: Miljan Pavković - Stefan Marković
    SG: Bojan Krstović - Marko Šutalo - Petar Despotović - Milan Vulić - Luka Igrutinović - Miloš Tripković
    SF: Jarod Stevenson - Miloš Borisov - Bogdan Obrenović - Stevan Lekić - Nemanja Knežević
    PF: Milan Mačvan - Milivoje Božović
    C: Raško Katić - Boban Marjanović - Uroš Petrović

    Headcoach: Stevan Karadžić
    Roster status: closed

    FMP Belgrade



    PG: Nemanja Protić - Branko Jereminov - Filip Čović - Pedja Stamenković
    SG: Mladen Jeremić - Branko Lazić
    SF: Andreja Milutinović - Stefan Živanović - Ivan Smiljanić
    PF: Dragan Labović - Nikola Marković - Rastko Dramicanin
    C: Predrag Samardžinski - Miroslav Raduljica - Dejan Musli

    Headcoach: Slobodan Klipa
    Roster status: closed

    Radnički



    PG: Artur Urazmanov -
    SG: Aleksey Kotishevskiy - Filip Šepa - Vladimir Aleksić - Dragan Milosavljević
    SF: Bojan Setenčić -
    PF: Marko Brkić - Vladimir Vuksanović
    C: Nenad Mišanović - Slobodan Radulović - Miroslav Pantić

    Headcoach: Miroslav Nikolić
    Roster status: undecided

    Budućnost m:tel



    PG: Goran Jeretin - Nemanja Gordić - Nikola Otašević
    SG: Sead Šehović -
    SF: Čedomir Vitkovac - Marko Simonović - Filip Barović - Marko Popović
    PF: Vladimir Dragičević - Mladen Novaković - Nemanja Đurišić
    C: Marko Ljujić - Boris Savović - Marko Lekić

    Headcoach: Dejan Radonjić
    Roster status: closed

    Zagreb Croatia Osiguranje



    PG: Damir Mulaomerović - Vladimir Krstić - Petar Babić - Vedran Nakić
    SG: Pankracije Barać - Krunoslav Simon - Filip Bašljan - Luka Pešut
    SF: Ante Mašić - Nikola Garma - Ivan Penić - Dario Šarić
    PF: Andrej Štimac - Toni Dijan
    C: Nikola Prkačin - Ante Tomić - Luka Žorić - Robert Rikić - Darko Novosel

    Headcoach: Denis Bajramović
    Roster status: closed

    Široki HT Eronet



    PG: Chester Mason - Aaron Nixon - Josip Naletilić
    SG: Hrvoje Puljko - Ivan Širiščević - Josip Bilinovac
    SF: Jurica Ružić - Ivan Milenković - Ivan Ramljak
    PF: Šime Špralja - Boris Barać
    C: Ivan Grgat - Darko Planinić - Domagoj Bubalo

    Headcoach: Hrvoje Vlašić
    Roster status: closed
    Last edited by elaj; 10-08-2009 at 01:44 PM.

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    I'll be updating the rosters.

    If you have any better informations about the roster and please if you see any mistakes (I believe there are few) I'll be glad to correct them.

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    Very nice work, just few small editions

    Steven Markovic is free agent but there are some chances that he will extend contract with CZ

    Danilo Andjušić is shooting guard

    Boris Savović is power forward

    Andreja Milutinovic is one of the top prospects in FMP and most probably he will be their starter on SF position, also new head coach of FMP is Slobodan Klipa,while Stepandic is new coach of Metalac Valjevo

    Both of Russian guys Kotishevskiy and Urazmanov are point guards,while Sepa is shooting guard

    Marko Simonovic is small forward

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    Quote Originally Posted by AirBall View Post
    Very nice work, just few small editions

    Steven Markovic is free agent but there are some chances that he will extend contract with CZ

    Danilo Andjušić is shooting guard

    Boris Savović is power forward

    Andreja Milutinovic is one of the top prospects in FMP and most probably he will be their starter on SF position, also new head coach of FMP is Slobodan Klipa,while Stepandic is new coach of Metalac Valjevo

    Both of Russian guys Kotishevskiy and Urazmanov are point guards,while Sepa is shooting guard

    Marko Simonovic is small forward
    Thanks, if you see anymore mistakes, just let me know.

    Kotishevskiy is a SG, at least I was told so. I'll leave him there, he's probably a combo guard. As for others, my bad... my head hurts from doing this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by elaj View Post
    Kotishevskiy is a SG, at least I was told so. I'll leave him there, he's probably a combo guard. As for others, my bad... my head hurts from doing this...

    I watched final between Serbia and Russia on Universiade in Belgrade and Kotishevskiy was playing as point guard...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AirBall View Post
    I watched final between Serbia and Russia on Universiade in Belgrade and Kotishevskiy was playing as point guard...
    Didn't see that game. OK, no problem, I'll put him on PG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AirBall View Post
    I watched final between Serbia and Russia on Universiade in Belgrade and Kotishevskiy was playing as point guard...
    You are wrong here, mate - it was Zibirov who played. Golovin was his back-up. Kotishevsky himself spent last year playing much time as sf for Avtodor. But obviously his height (196 cm) isn't enough to be a forward in such league as Adriatic one. So he is a sg and no way he was brought as a primaliry playmaker
    Last edited by diogU; 08-16-2009 at 01:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diogU View Post
    You are wrong here, mate - it was Zibirov who played. Golovin was his back-up. Kotishevsky himself spent last year playing much time as sf for Avtodor. But obviously his height (196 cm) isn't enough to be a forward in such league as Adriatic one. So he is a sg and no way he was brought as a primaliry playmaker
    No problem...

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    Instead of signing a frontcourt guard and a big man from overseas, I hope that Red Star sign two guards, and not any frontcourt guys from overseas this season.Thats where the deficit positions lie in the Red star squad.
    Instead they should be looking to sign NEmanja Aleksandrov on PF IMO. Don't know where his whereabouts are nowadays, allegedly he was training with KKCZ this summer. Enormous talent,i would hate to see his career totally fade out.

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