We followed the Final of the U20 European Championship of Division B between Bosnia-Herzegovina and Belgium recently. Here are a few notes on the main prospects of both teams including Adin Vrabac, Manu Lecomte and others.
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August 6th, 2014 · No Comments
July 23rd, 2014 · No Comments
The U20 European Championship in Crete is over. Thanks to the availability of Live Streams, it was possible to follow several games from the event. However, I could only sneak in some moments so that I can not come up with full scouting reports. So here are a few notes that I put down while […]
Tags: 2014 U20 European Championship Division A·Alberto Diaz·Alexandre Chassang·Cedi Osman·Emircan Kosut·Guerschon Yabusele·James Birsen·Mam Jaiteh·Matic Rebec·Michail Kamperidis·Oriol Pauli·Paolo Marinelli
May 21st, 2014 · No Comments
In the first part of our JBBL/NBBL Top4 review from 2014, I will analyze the main prospects from the U19 level. Overall, the U19 level was quite deep but lacked to top-level talent compared to the the U16. Nevertheless, the event was good to get an update on some promising players for the like Ismet […]
April 17th, 2014 · No Comments
The 2014 edition of the Nike Hoop Summit has been played last weekend in Portland. This year, there have only been 5 European players present in the event and they could not really put their mark on the game like in previous years. Nevertheless, he are some quick notes on these five players.
February 8th, 2014 · 3 Comments
The Austrian big guy Jakob Pöltl is currently in the United States to take official visits at the Universities of California-Berkeley, Utah and Arizona. The 1995 born seven footer is an interesting player who made the headlines of the diverse B Division Youth Championships and he is currently in his decision process for the future […]
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January 7th, 2014 · No Comments
After having analyzed the game of Jovan Novak in our first part of the series on Serbian guards next to Vasilije Micic, the focus today is on the 1995 born combo guard Ognjen Jaramaz who plays for Smederevo in the Serbian 1st League.
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December 12th, 2013 · No Comments
With Tibor Pleiss doing his job in the ACB and earning MVP trophies on a weekly basis, there is another German seven-footer on its way to the top at the moment. Born in 1995 and son of the former German National Team player Rolf “Bibo” Mayr who was once considered as the tallest German ever, […]
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November 19th, 2013 · No Comments
In their first season in the ABA League, the team from Mega Vizura is one of the most exciting ones to follow for talent scouts. Next to a multitude of interesting prospects, the team also features three high-level talents in their back court combo of Vasilije Micic and Nenad Miljenovic together with the upcoming inside […]
October 4th, 2013 · No Comments
In the third part of our season preview, we take a look at the French ProA today. Several of the most interesting prospects have left the league to play in the NBA or in Serbia, the number of talented prospects remains high even if it might be not that impressive than it was over the […]
September 17th, 2013 · 1 Comment
Before the seasons in the different professional leagues start in the next weeks, we will take a look at the players to follow in some of the main competitions in Europe. We start with a new addition in this already traditional pre-season show as we analyze the Belgian Ethias League. The Belgian league is constantly […]
August 9th, 2013 · No Comments
We conclude our reports on the U18 European Championship 2013 from Riga with the scouting reports on the Big Men. These include of course the Latvian twin towers Porzingis and Pasecniks but also the highly recruited Domantas Sabonis and the Croatian talents Arapovic and Zganec.
Tags: 2013 U18 European Championship Div A·Anzejs Pasecniks·Domantas Sabonis·Emircan Kosut·Ilimane Diop·Juan Hernangomez·Karlo Zganec·Kerem Kanter·Kristaps Porzingis·Marko Arapovic·Petr Cornelie·Rolands Smits·Vasilije Vucetic
July 31st, 2013 · 2 Comments
After discussing the guards of the U18 European Championship, here we go for a roundup of the most interesting prospects at the wing position.
July 29th, 2013 · 1 Comment
Here we go for the reports on the best guards of the U18 European Championship of Division A in Riga. The reports includes scoutings on the All-Tournament Team members Paolo Marinelli and Kenan Sipahi and multiple other players.
July 27th, 2013 · No Comments
Better later than never is the motto for this post as it describes the post players of the U19 World Championship 2013 in Prague. Here again, we only covered the European and Australian players from the games that we have seen.
July 21st, 2013 · No Comments
After having talked about the quite talented guard crop of the U19 World Championship, we will analyze the wing players today. In this category, there were not that many highly talented players, at least for the countries that I was scouting.
July 14th, 2013 · No Comments
The U19 World Championship 2013 is over and here is our recap of the main guards of the event. In our reports, we cover only the teams that reached the quarter finals and we do not speak about the North American teams as these players are already covered by a multitude of other websites. Enjoy.
June 3rd, 2013 · No Comments
In the last part of our report on the Nike International Junior Tournament, we are taking a look at the big guys of the event. Not much to report here as the main prospect was already portrayed during our trip to Belgrade in February.
May 28th, 2013 · No Comments
In our second part of the Nike International Junior Tournament review, we will talk about the wing players. Here again, the reports might not go into much details because of the schedule and some players have already been analyzed during the NIJT in Belgrade.
May 17th, 2013 · No Comments
Here we go for the first part of our scouting reports from the Nike International Junior Tournament. The guard group was somehow quite limited in this event but overall you have to add that it was once again difficult to scout all the players in details with two games running parallel at all times.
March 16th, 2013 · 2 Comments
In the last part of our review of the Nike International Junior Tournament 2013 in Belgrade, we will analyze the game of the tournament MVP Dusan Ristic and the rest of the big guys present in Serbia. The level on the Center positions was not great in general with the exception of the Crvena Zvezda […]