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    Quote Originally Posted by Wu-Tang View Post
    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.
    Nemanja Aleksandrov just joined Olimpija for ten days preparations. If the medical examinations will be fine and if he will be able to practice normally for those 10 days (fitness preparations with Jadranko Nikolić) with the rest of the guys Olimpija will sign contract with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elaj View Post
    Nemanja Aleksandrov just joined Olimpija for ten days preparations. If the medical examinations will be fine and if he will be able to practice normally for those 10 days (fitness preparations with Jadranko Nikolić) with the rest of the guys Olimpija will sign contract with him.
    Damnit, then either he will be a player of Union or he wont play serious basketball in a while.
    Btw, what chances do you think Union has in keeping Ilievski and Begic?

    Forgot to praise you in the previous post if your are determined to keep updating the roosters. Thumbs up from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wu-Tang View Post
    Damnit, then either he will be a player of Union or he wont play serious basketball in a while.
    Btw, what chances do you think Union has in keeping Ilievski and Begic?

    Forgot to praise you in the previous post if your are determined to keep updating the roosters. Thumbs up from me.
    What's your thinking on Gurović's return to Zvezda? Even though, it's not definite that he'll play there anyway...

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    Quote Originally Posted by elaj;315762[SIZE="5"
    Cibona Zagreb[/SIZE]



    PG: Jamont Gordon -
    SG: Antonio Graves – Robert Troha
    SF: - Marin Rozić -
    PF: - Tomislav Zubčić – Lukša Andrić – Vedran Vukušić
    C: - - Leon Radošević

    Headcoach: Velimir Perasović
    Roster status: need more informations, rumored: Bojan Bogdanović, Mario Stojić, Dalibor Bagarić, Marko Tomas, Ante Tomić.

    Cedevita Zagreb



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

    Headcoach: Slobodan Subotić
    Roster status: Looking for PF (Jurica Golemac?), more informations needed

    Zadar



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

    Headcoach: Zmago Sagadin
    Roster status: closed

    Zagreb Croatia Osiguranje



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

    Headcoach: Denis Bajramović
    Roster status: Will get rid of Rahimić, Morović and Drezga who are still under contract

    Široki HT Eronet



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

    Headcoach: Hrvoje Vlašić
    Roster status: Looking for C (Miro Bilan?) and maybe backup PG
    Cibona-Princ resinged with Cibona so he is back up PG, also under contract are Hodzic and Kruslin. Depends on situation who will they get, but most probably they will be relised. Rummors: Zubcic and troha wants to get out of contracts and also they with Andric could be sent to Zagreb for Tomic

    Zadar-Jure Skific (SF/PF 88. 203) singed for Zadar recentley and will be on roster. Also under contract is Marijan Cakuran but he and Sime Olivari for sure will be loaned to KK Borik, probably som other young players to. Batur over grove SG and for sure he is SF while Ruzic will be more used as C and Marino Sarlija as PF. Rumors: Bilan is suing KK Sibenik like some other players so there is big chance he will join them as free player. Maybe 12 player on roster to fill spot if needed will be Franjo Marasovic (C 92. 215) who they singed from KK Trogir

    Zagreb-it will depend on deal with Cibona

    Siroki: Bubalo is more of C and he and Planinic are expected to get minutes on court. so they are probably looking more for PF. There is very, very small chance Delas will be loaned to them. 12 Player on roster could be Boris Barac (PF 92. 203)
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    Kecman and Djekic should join Partizan in few days. We will also bring a Guard and try to sign Dasic.

    Stevic should stay with Red Star. And i am not sure that Hemofarm has closed the roster. In my opinion they should try to bring in a good G-F, if they want to be in the mix for titel´s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wu-Tang View Post
    Damnit, then either he will be a player of Union or he wont play serious basketball in a while.
    Btw, what chances do you think Union has in keeping Ilievski and Begic?

    Forgot to praise you in the previous post if your are determined to keep updating the roosters. Thumbs up from me.
    Olimpija will keep Ilievski, he agreed on lowering his salary, while they will get rid of Mirza Begić (currently has three offers) because he is simply too expensive and does not want to lower his salary (500k€).

    No problems, I was doing same last season. It's a lot of work and research (and even then you make mistakes), but it's good to have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buducnost PG View Post
    Kecman and Djekic should join Partizan in few days. We will also bring a Guard and try to sign Dasic.
    Are you sure about Kecman? I watched Todorić the other day and he said that they will bring only two more players. But, clearly, there is need for at least four more.
    And what about Dašić, if he comes than we must bring domestic guard, which is impossible. There's nowhere near a good guard with our passport, who can play for reasonable amount of money(read: for nothing). What than?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunOverHStreet View Post
    What's your thinking on Gurović's return to Zvezda? Even though, it's not definite that he'll play there anyway...
    Really tough question. On one hand Gurovic is my favorite active player. On the other he would most definetely had to play min 20mins meaning that he would choke either Keselj or Bjelica on SF and i dont want to see Bjelica play PG this season too even though he adds another dimension to that position. The problem is that Bjelica cant guard 20cm smaller players (guards) adequately.
    Only way Gurovic and Bjelica could share SF time is if Keselj played SG, which is not his natural position and i believe he shows a whole lot more on SF. There is no way to transfer either of the three to PF due to captain dragicevic dwellings there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunOverHStreet View Post
    Are you sure about Kecman? I watched Todorić the other day and he said that they will bring only two more players. But, clearly, there is need for at least four more.
    And what about Dašić, if he comes than we must bring domestic guard, which is impossible. There's nowhere near a good guard with our passport, who can play for reasonable amount of money(read: for nothing). What than?
    Vranes and Maric have a serbian passport, so we have room for 2 more non serbian players.

    Todoric said that Partizan will sign 2 more players and one young talent. For now it seems that Kecman will be the player for SF position and Djekic the young talent. And after them a Guard.

    The situation with Dasic is not clear at the moment. First his agent Raznatovic was talking how Partizan has not the money for Daisc and that a few rich clubs are after him. Now he is still on the market and after Barca and Oly has signed Lorbek and Kleiza, it seems there is no more interes for Dasic. Now we have to wait if he will sign for one more year with Buducnost (because if not, he will be free next summer and that would be the worst case for Buducnost) or move to another club. Partizan is ready to get him on loan for a year, if he signs with a strong club. But if we buy him directly from Buducnost, then he must sign for 3 years. If he and his agent are not ready for this, he will not be signed. IMO we are not able to pay more then 200k for Dasic to Buducnost at the moment. So a solution would be that after we sell him Buducnost gets 50% of the buyout. With him we would have a great team togehter. Without him we would be also strong, if we find the right Guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buducnost PG View Post
    Vranes and Maric have a serbian passport, so we have room for 2 more non serbian players.
    I didn't know that. And thanks on your exposure.

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    Any news on Aleksandrov from the Union Olimpija staff/PR or insider info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wu-Tang View Post
    Any news on Aleksandrov from the Union Olimpija staff/PR or insider info?
    I saw him on one practice. He is looking fine, although kind of afraid of serious contact during the game (thats obvious). I think he will be signed as third option on PF. I was told he will have contract that Olimpija will have option to release him at anytime they wish if he gets seriously injured again. In next days he will have medical examination, we'll see what doctors have to say.
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    Pankracije Barač will probably sign for Zagreb..

    Dario Šarić will probably do the same with Zagreb after his deal with Tau Ceramica fell through..
    Zagreb did a good job there..
    another player which will bring them good money in the future..

    regarding the Tomić issue..
    Zagreb clearly won't let him go this season..
    it's bad for him IMO, he needs to play some european club basketball otherwise he will simply stay where he currently is..
    "Heja, heja Cibosi, hrabri kao vukovi,

    heja, heja cibosi, vodite nas k pobjedi. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picek View Post
    Pankracije Barač will probably sign for Zagreb..

    Dario Šarić will probably do the same with Zagreb after his deal with Tau Ceramica fell through..
    Zagreb did a good job there..
    another player which will bring them good money in the future
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    regarding the Tomić issue..
    Zagreb clearly won't let him go this season..
    it's bad for him IMO, he needs to play some european club basketball otherwise he will simply stay where he currently is..
    he will sing 3+5 (that was probably only way the could get him) so he might leav them without buyout. about making money in future on kids. they also inked kid named Mario Hezonja born 95. who had profesional debut last season against Cibona with his Dubrovnik
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    Union Olimpija players for this season are:

    Vlado Ilievski
    Sani Bečirović
    Uroš Slokar
    Sašo Ožbolt (C)
    Matt Walsh
    Vladimir Golubović
    Gašper Vidmar
    Jaka Klobučar
    Edin Bavčić
    Dušan Djordjević
    Pawel Kikowski
    Nemanja Aleksandrov

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    Quote Originally Posted by petrovic8 View Post
    Union Olimpija players for this season are:

    Vlado Ilievski
    Sani Bečirović
    Uroš Slokar
    Sašo Ožbolt (C)
    Matt Walsh
    Vladimir Golubović
    Gašper Vidmar
    Jaka Klobučar
    Edin Bavčić
    Dušan Djordjević
    Pawel Kikowski
    Nemanja Aleksandrov
    Good line-up. Zmajceki could win this years NLB league. I can only wander what kind of magic and tricks grandmaster Dule Vujosevic will serve to us all this year.

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    Partizan cut point guard Vukasin Aleksic, he should join Lions Kragujevac soon...

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    Default 1st round NLB LEAGUE ABA

    Another season starts with the following match-ups:


    Partizan : FMP Saturday, 26.12.2009. 20:00

    Cibona : Široki HT Eronet Saturday, 10.10.2009. 20:00

    Helios Domžale : Cedevita Saturday, 10.10.2009. 18:00

    Hemofarm STADA : Radnički Saturday, 10.10.2009. 18:00

    Zadar : Union Olimpija Saturday, 10.10.2009. 16:00

    Bosna ASA BHT : Zagreb CO Friday, 09.10.2009. 20:15

    Budućnost m:tel : Crvena zvezda Saturday, 10.10.2009. 21:00


    Hopefully a new champion will be crowned in April.
    My favorites to win the title ranked as per below:

    1. KK Crvena Zvezda Beograd
    2. KK Hemofarm Vrsac
    3. KK Union Olimpija Ljubljana
    4. KK Cibona Zagreb

    Contenders, but needing a substantial leap to be made: KK FMP Beograd, KK Bosna Sarajevo
    I dont believe any other team is able to even reach the F4 other than the mentioned.

    *Note: unable to rank BC Partizan due to uncompleted rooster. I believe the potential additions to the Partizan rooster while prove crucial in outlaying their season outlook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wu-Tang View Post
    1. KK Crvena Zvezda Beograd
    2. KK Hemofarm Vrsac
    3. KK Union Olimpija Ljubljana
    4. KK Cibona Zagreb

    Contenders, but needing a substantial leap to be made: KK FMP Beograd, KK Bosna Sarajevo
    I dont believe any other team is able to even reach the F4 other than the mentioned.

    *Note: unable to rank BC Partizan due to uncompleted rooster. I believe the potential additions to the Partizan rooster while prove crucial in outlaying their season outlook.
    I can only laugh at this, man... Partizan is weaker than last season, but good enough for all the clubs that you mentioned. Red Star fans need to learn that one club have to have a good frontcourt to win titles(and the rest of the team, of course). And again, Zvezda didn't do squat for that matter. Do you realize how good are the rest of the teams under the basket-Zagreb, Partizan, Cibona, Olimpija, Hemofarm and FMP. Heck, even Cedevita have good frontcourt. You jumped into conclusion here and time will tell. Why do you have need to write such things and maybe later you'll have to withdraw your own words. I'm not saying that Partizan will win the title again, but you overwrote them to early. Putting Zvezda as first candidate for the title is little bit too optimistic... But, as I said, time will tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunOverHStreet View Post
    I can only laugh at this, man... Partizan is weaker than last season, but good enough for all the clubs that you mentioned. Red Star fans need to learn that one club have to have a good frontcourt to win titles(and the rest of the team, of course). And again, Zvezda didn't do squat for that matter. Do you realize how good are the rest of the teams under the basket-Zagreb, Partizan, Cibona, Olimpija, Hemofarm and FMP. Heck, even Cedevita have good frontcourt. You jumped into conclusion here and time will tell. Why do you have need to write such things and maybe later you'll have to withdraw your own words. I'm not saying that Partizan will win the title again, but you overwrote them to early. Putting Zvezda as first candidate for the title is little bit too optimistic... But, as I said, time will tell.
    I agree...BC Next Season stays BC Next Season
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