Eurobasket 2017

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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#141 » by UcanUwill » Sat Aug 26, 2017 11:28 am

I am updating my OP, putting all final 12 men rosters. IF you know teams that announced their final 12, if would be cool if you posted them here, would help me a bit.
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#142 » by gaspar » Sun Aug 27, 2017 4:03 pm

UcanUwill wrote:I am updating my OP, putting all final 12 men rosters. IF you know teams that announced their final 12, if would be cool if you posted them here, would help me a bit.

Polish NT:

Michał Sokołowski, SF (Rosa Radom)
Aaron Cel, PF (Polski Cukier Toruń)
A.J. Slaughter, PG (ASVEL Lyon-Villeurbanne)
Damian Kulig, C (Banvit)
Przemysław Zamojski, SG (Stelmet BC Zielona Góra)
Mateusz Ponitka, SG (Iberostar Tenerife)
Adam Waczyński, SF (Unicaja Malaga)
Łukasz Koszarek, PG (Stelmet BC Zielona Góra)
Tomasz Gielo, SF (Joventut Badalona)
Przemysław Karnowski, C (MoraBanc Andorra)
Karol Gruszecki, SF (Polski Cukier Toruń)
Adam Hrycaniuk, C (Stelmet BC Zielona Góra)
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#143 » by Juree93 » Sun Aug 27, 2017 9:36 pm

Slovenia final 12:

0 Anthony Randolph* 211 cm 15.07.1989 Real Madrid (ŠPA)
1 Matic Rebec 180 cm 24.01.1995 without club
3 Goran Dragić 194 cm 6. 5. 1986 Miami Heat (ZDA)
6 Aleksej Nikolić 191 cm 21.02.1995 Brose Baskets (NEM)
7 Klemen Prepelič 191 cm 20.10.1992 Paris-Levallois (FRA)
8 Edo Murić 202 cm 27.11.1991 without club
11 Jaka Blažič 196 cm 30.06.1990 Morabanc Andorra (ŠPA)
14 Gašper Vidmar 211 cm 14.09.1987 Banvit (TUR)
17 Saša Zagorac 206 cm 1.01.1984 Sopron (MAD)
22 Žiga Dimec 211 cm 20.02.1993 Krka
31 Vlatko Čančar 203 cm 10.04.1997 Mega Leks (SRB)
77 Luka Dončić 201 cm 28.02.1999 Real Madrid (ŠPA)
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#144 » by Veyron » Mon Aug 28, 2017 8:58 am

So KP playing or not?
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#145 » by Muizha » Mon Aug 28, 2017 12:14 pm

Latvian 12-man squad was just announced:

Dairis Bertans
Davis Bertans

KP will play. According to unofficial info, he had an MRI today, which was negative, thus allowing him to fully participate in the workouts (and games).
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#146 » by JohnWillow » Mon Aug 28, 2017 12:22 pm

Veyron wrote:So KP playing or not?

He is playing.

Latvia 12 man roster announced according to twitter.


Janis Strelnieks - Olympiacos (Euroleague)
Aigars Skele - BK Ventspils (LBL)


Dairis Bertans - Olimpia Milano (Euroleague)
Janis Blums - Zaragoza (ACB)
Kristaps Janicenoks - Vef Riga (LBL)


Janis Timma - Baskonia (Euroleague)
Zanis Peiners - Lietkabelis (LKL)


Kristaps Porzingis - New York Knicks (NBA)
Davis Bertans - San Antonio Spurs (NBA)
Rolands Smits - Fuenlabrada (ACB)


Martins Meiers - Unics (VTB)
Andrejs Grazulis - Parma (VTB)
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#147 » by Koreandoo » Tue Aug 29, 2017 7:33 am



[#4]Maodo Lo (Brose Baskets Bamberg /GER)
[#17]Dennis Schröder (Atlanta Hawks /NBA)
[#8]Lucca Staiger (Brose Baskets Bamberg /GER)
[#9]Karsten Tadda (EWE Baskets Oldenburg /GER)
[#18]Ismet Akpinar (ratiopharm Ulm /GER)

[#10] Daniel Theis (Boston Celtics /NBA)
[#22] Danilo Barthel (Bayern München /GER)
[#32] Johannes Thiemann (MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg /GER)
[#33] Patrick Heckmann (Brose Baskets Bamberg /GER)
[#12] Robin Benzing (no team, former CAI Zaragossa /ESP)

[#55] Isaiah Hartenstein (Zalgiris Kaunas /LIT drafted by Houston Rocktes)
[#7] Johannes Voigtmann (Baskonia Vitoria /ESP)

Unfortunately Paul Zipser (Chicago Bulls) and Maximillian Kleber (Dallas Mavericks) withdraw.
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#148 » by EuropeanBball » Tue Aug 29, 2017 11:17 am

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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#149 » by juanc » Tue Aug 29, 2017 4:26 pm

So what would your power rankings be like? Now that almost all rosters are known?

I think that Spain has the best squad and will take the gold medal. They have a deep roster and they are just to strong on the PF/C positions.

Then there are six teams that have equal chances to take medals
1. France(They have a good team, but France just isn't France without 3 of the main players(Gobert, Parker and Batum)
2. Slovenia( Slovenia has the best team since 2009(when they have finished 4th). It is the last tournament for Dragič and I think he will be highly motivated. He is the best PG on this championship and has a solid team around him(Randolph, Dončič, Vidmar, Prepelič, Blažič, Murič, Čančar, Rebec. I think that they can suprise anyone on a good day)
3. Serbia( Even without Teo, Jokič, Kalinič, Markovič, Bjelica,... Serbia has a good team. They alway are a contender for the medals. I think that Bogdanović and Boban will be their deadliest weapons..)
4. Lithuania (Lithuania is also a contender on every tournament. But I think that this years squad is their worst in the last few years..)
5. Greece (They will play great defence, but they just aren't the same team without giannis..)
6. Croatia (They also have a nice team but I think it just isn't enough... Šarič and Bogdanovič are great, but they just aren't deep enough...

Then there are 2 teams that could suprise us all:
1. Latvia( If they have a good shooting day, they beat anybody. If Paseckins would play, they would be realy strong)
2. Montenegro( They will be very unpredictable. With Vucevic, Dubljevič, Rice and support from Ivanovic, Popovic, Vranes,... And with Tanjevic as their coach..

1. Spain
2-4. France
2-4. Slovenia
2-4. Serbia
5-6. Croatia
5-6. Lithuania
7-9. Greece
7-9. Latvia
7-9. Montenegro
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#150 » by Veyron » Tue Aug 29, 2017 7:57 pm


#5 Filip KRUSLIN SG 196 / 6'5"
#6 Marko POPOVIC G 185 / 6'1"
#7 Krunoslav SIMON SG 197 / 6'6"
#9 Dario SARIC PF 208 / 6'10"
#10 Roko Leni UKIC PG 196 / 6'5"
#11 Luka ZORIC C 211 / 6'11"
#12 Darko PLANINIC C 211 / 6'11"
#13 Marko TOMAS SG 201 / 6'7"
#14 Ivan BUVA F 208 / 6'10"
#15 Dragan BENDER F 216 / 7'1"
#44 Bojan BOGDANOVIC SG 203 / 6'8"
Ivan RAMLJAK SF 203 / 6'8"
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#151 » by UcanUwill » Wed Aug 30, 2017 9:31 am

Join me and others to discuss Eurobasket on general board
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#152 » by Veyron » Wed Aug 30, 2017 3:53 pm

UcanUwill wrote:Join me and others to discuss Eurobasket on general board

I have ban on that forum, so ill add here.

CHange Croatia roster, Mavra is not on our roster but Ivan Ramljak is.
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#153 » by Nuntius » Thu Aug 31, 2017 7:35 pm

Huge wins for Finland and Georgia.
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#154 » by Dtown84 » Mon Sep 4, 2017 7:29 pm

Spain have looked amazingly dominant, it's really surprising. Not because they don't have the talent to dominate, but because they've always seemed to play to the level of their competition in the group stages in previous tournaments. They would always turn it on in the knock out round, but this is the first time I've looked at them in the group stages and been properly impressed.

Wins of 39, 37, and 41. If they continue this I'm not sure anyone stands a chance.
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Re: Eurobasket 2017 

Post#155 » by AK47MVP » Wed Sep 13, 2017 5:57 pm

Typical Greece of last 10 years.... beats favorite Lithuania, losses to underdog Russia and goes home without medal as always.
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Eurobasket 2017 

Post#156 » by can2TR » Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:19 am

Shved makes the difference for Russia. Altough he went to Khimki to earn some money, he didn't lost his athleticism and passion. Big time player, but still not a big team player.

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