The NBA Draft 2011 is in the books and before we move on to other things, we go first for a quick overview of the different European picks with a short analysis of their situation.
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June 24th, 2011 · No Comments
April 19th, 2010 · 5 Comments
Last weekend has been played the Nike Hoop Summit in Portland. The annual event did not feature that many Europeans this year because some major prospects had to decline their invitation for different reasons. We took a quick look at the most interesting players in the World Team.
August 8th, 2009 · 5 Comments
After having presented the different guards and wings, today’s article will feature the big guys that played in Metz and Hagondange. In this area, there is a large number of quality talent present, so read on if you want to become familiar with the most interesting inside players of the future.
Tags: 2009 U18 European Championship Division A·Branislav Dekic·Croatia·Dejan Musli·Dragan Sekelja·Enes Kanter·Fabien Paschal·France·Germany·Ignacio Llovet·Ivan Lazarev·Jonas Valanciunas·Latvia·Lithuania·Martins Meiers·Nikola Rondovic·Philipp Neumann·Russia·Serbia·Spain·Turkey·Vincent Pourchot
October 20th, 2008 · 2 Comments
The Toronto Raptors are currently scouting throughout Europe. GM Bryan Colangelo will be in Cologne next Friday to scout the German seven-footer Tibor Pleiss The German U19 NBBL has started last weekend. I will come back to the top performers a little later in the season Victor Claver looks very promising in this beginning of [...]
August 30th, 2008 · 7 Comments
The season of the Youth Championships is over and several young players used these games to promote themselves. We give an overview of the most interesting moves that happened so far this summer.
August 4th, 2008 · 1 Comment
Here are my thoughts about the ending U18 and starting U20 European Championships.
Tags: Division A European Championship·Division A European Championship·Division B European Championship·Donatas Motiejunas·Enes Kanter·Jakub Wojciechowski·Jan Vesely·Kostas Sloukas·Mario Delas·Marko Vranjkovic·Tomas Satoransky·Vladimir Jankovic
July 27th, 2008 · 4 Comments
Here are my thoughts on the 2nd day of the U18 European Championships of Division A and B.
Tags: Augustas Peciukevicius·Austria·Chrislain Cairo·Croatia·Czech Republic·Division A European Championship·Division B European Championship·Enes Kanter·France·Germany·Greece·Italy·Kostas Sloukas·Lithuania·Montenegro·Nicolo Melli·Pasquale Paolisso·Poland·Slovenia·Switzerland·Tautvydas Slezas·Toni Prostran·Turkey·Vladimir Jankovic
July 25th, 2008 · No Comments
Here are my thoughts on the first day of both U18 Championships that started today.
Tags: Alejandro Hernandez·Division A European Championship·Division B European Championship·Enes Kanter·Jakub Wojciechowski·Kostas Papanikolaou·Leonidas Kasselakis·Maik Zirbes·Mario Delas·Maurice Stuckey·Nikos Pappas·Rasid Mahalbasic·Ryan Richards·Sebastian Szymanski·Tautvydas Slezas·Vladimir Jankovic
July 22nd, 2008 · No Comments
This Friday will start the FIBA Europe U18 European Championship of Division A in Amaliada and Pyrgos in Greece. I took a closer look at the different teams and collected some expert opinions on the upcoming tournament.
Tags: Alberto Jodar·Alejandro Hernandez·Andrew Albicy·Andrija Milutinovic·Bojan Subotic·Bozhidar Avramov·Carmel Bouchman·David Garcia·Deniz Kiliçli·Division A European Championship·Donatas Motiejunas·Enes Kanter·Femi Oladipo·Gilvydas Biruta·Lazar Radosavljevic·Leon Radosevic·Mario Delas·Maurice Stuckey·Nicolo Melli·Niels Giffey·Nikos Pappas·Simon Schmitz·Tomislav Zubci·Toni Prostran
July 3rd, 2008 · No Comments
Finally, we come to the big guys present in Douai. And here, the quality was rather high with some top European talent but also good prospects from Africa and the United States.
June 29th, 2008 · 1 Comment
Back in the Salle Corot for the Finals day of the tournament and the most important games of the week.
June 28th, 2008 · No Comments
I arrived this morning in Douai, the city of the Giants for the 22nd edition of the Douai World Tournament. And here are short recaps of the games from this Saturday.
April 2nd, 2008 · 2 Comments
Turkey came to Mannheim with a baggage full of confidence and a mixture of very talented players. The main man to scout for me was of course 1992 born Enes Kanter who has dominated the U16 Türk Telekom Tournament a few weeks before. But it was not only him that came up with interesting performances.