During the Nike International Junior Tournament, I had the opportunity to follow the Serbian League game between Mega Vizura and Metalac. In the team from the Belgrade suburbs, the 1994 born PG Vasilije Micic runs the show next to a couple of other interesting prospects.
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March 3rd, 2013 · No Comments
October 18th, 2012 · 4 Comments
(Luís Cristóvão) When you talk about Basketball, Portugal isn’t the place you go looking for young talent. Mostly, because the Portuguese don’t usually are in the big competitions. With almost no teams playing in European Cups (Benfica was the exception in the 2010/11 Eurochallenge) and a weak National Team (after making it to Eurobasket 2011, [...]
August 31st, 2012 · 1 Comment
In our second part of the U18 European Championship reporting, we take a look at the major wing prospects of the event. Of course, Dario Saric will not be discussed in this article as he was featured already in a separate post. Once again, the players from the team ranked 9 to 12 are not [...]
August 26th, 2012 · 2 Comments
In our first part of scouting reports about the U18 European Championship, I will talk about the main guard prospects. Please not that I could not scout the teams of Turkey, Slovenia, Greece and Ukraine which explains why no players from these nations will be in the reports. Some of the players I saw already [...]
June 24th, 2012 · No Comments
In the third part of our player analysis of the Adidas Eurocamp 2012, we will look at some players that might develop into to prospects in the next years. You can do some Sportsbook Review in order to see how to bet on their future but here is a first analysis on their potential. The [...]
May 29th, 2012 · 1 Comment
The NBBL Top 4 level was a bit lower this season in my opinion. The winners from Breitengüssbach deserved the victory because of their endless will and deeper rotation as they had 11 players capable of contributing on this level. Urspring had their trauma in the semi-final where they were up 17 points in the [...]
April 29th, 2012 · 1 Comment
After discussing the main guards of the Albert Schweitzer Tournament 2012, I will take a closer look at the forward from the best eight teams of this year’s edition of the main tournament of the U18 category.
April 26th, 2012 · 1 Comment
With a little bit of delay, we start today our detailed review of the players that reached the Top 8 of the Albert Schweitzer Tournament with their respective teams. Traditionally, the review starts with the guards where a lot of top prospects have been present.
Tags: Albert Homs·Anthony Racine·AST 2012·Boris Dallo·Cedi Osman·Dominic Lockhart·Ismet Akpinar·Josep Perez·Matteo Imbro·Mikhail Kulagin·Mirko Turel·Nikola Radicevic·Serdar Annaev·Stevie Clark·Tayfun Erülkü
April 17th, 2012 · 2 Comments
Before analyzing the best prospects from the Top 8 teams; teams that I have seen at least twice during the tournament; I wanted to give a quick recap on several players from the teams that finished in the Bottom 8 and that I could only see once. So these scouting reports remain quite short and [...]
March 6th, 2012 · No Comments
The Nike International Junior Tournament in Rome is already a few months back but our friend Danny Mills has sent us his scouting reports on the main players. We are of course happy to provide you his thoughts on some of the most interesting prospects in Europe. Here we got for the first part which [...]
February 29th, 2012 · 3 Comments
Here we go for the first part of our individual player analysis for the Nike International Junior Tournament in Belgrade. The guards feature among others the All-tournament team members Nikola Rebic and Nikola Radicevic along the three-point contest winner Brano Djukanovic or the very young Jules Akodo.
Tags: Anthony Racine·Boris Dallo·Brano Djukanovic·Dino Dizdarevic·Ismet Akpinar·Jules Akodo·Luka Andjusic·Mauricio Marin·NIJT Belgrade 2012·Nikola Radicevic·Nikola Rebic·Olivier Yao-Delon·Rade Zagorac
February 17th, 2012 · No Comments
After presenting you the best guards of the tournament, we will continue with the most interesting wing players today.
February 16th, 2012 · 1 Comment
The third event of this season’s Nike International Junior Tournament Qualification phase is done. In Lithuania, eight teams fought for the win but it was the home team of Zalgiris Kaunas which easily dominated the competition. No team was close to have a chance against them which underlined the overall mediocre level of the tournament. [...]
January 1st, 2012 · No Comments
On Tuesday, the 2012 edition of the Baltic Sea Cup will start in Tallinn. Our Finnish friend Hippo has sent us more info on the two teams from his country that are participating to the event this year.
September 19th, 2011 · No Comments
After the guards, here is the report on the most interesting wing players from the U18 European Championship 2011 in Wroclaw.
September 12th, 2011 · 3 Comments
After a very long break, europeanprospects.com is back with the coverage of the U18 European Championship of Division A from Poland. As usual, we start the coverage with the guards.
July 20th, 2011 · No Comments
Tomorrow starts the U18 European Championship of Division A in Wroclaw. When Serbia, Spain or the hosts are generally considered as favorites, the Finnish team wants to be more than just an underdog and save their spot in Division A during the next 10 days. Hippo presents the U18 Team from his home country.
May 29th, 2011 · 1 Comment
After having run through the major prospects of the JBBL Top4, it is about time to check who are the players that shined in the NBBL semis and Final game. This season was the last one for the highly talented 1992 generation from Germany and several of the real big prospects managed to qualify with [...]
May 9th, 2011 · 4 Comments
Next to Dario Saric, the team of KK Zagreb features some other highly talented players in their however small rotation. Let’s check who were the prospects that shined around the Croatian sensation for this year’s Nike International Junior Tournament winners.
February 25th, 2011 · 9 Comments
The tournament in Belgrade was dominated by some highly talented guards and with a pair of them coming up with a great final show. Let’s check who were the main players that excelled on the outside positions.