The semi-finals and Finals of the U18 European Championship are available LIVE and for FREE on FIBA TV. Here is the link to follow the games You can follow the game of the Latvian U18 National Team as a free LIVE Stream on Sportacentrs.com. Here is the schedule 9-8-2012: 17h45 (CET) Latvia – France 10-8-2012: […]
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August 9th, 2012 · 2 Comments
November 10th, 2010 · 2 Comments
When going over the scorer rankings in Europe, you mostly see either US-born or other experienced players at the top. Not so in Estonia were the local EMKL league is having the youngest top scorer of a first division in Europe with Rannar Raap. The 1992 born player from Parnu currently averages 19.9ppg after 8 […]
August 19th, 2010 · No Comments
Together with our Russian friend Nikita, we put together an article about the Russian U18 National Team that won the Silver Medal at the recent European Championships in Vilnius. Nikita was so kind to speak with the Russian head coach Sergey Skorochkin about his players and what his thoughts were on the Silver Medal team.
August 18th, 2010 · No Comments
One of the most interesting players of the recent U18 European Championship was the Latvian Small Forward Davis Bertans. I took some time in order to put together a short Video Analysis of the highly talented 1992 born player.
August 17th, 2010 · 2 Comments
With a bit of delay, we got the names of the U18 and U20 B Division European Championship All-Tournament teams and MVP trophy winners. A big thank you to FIBA Europe for providing us with the names. So here we go for the three All-tournament Teams of the B Division for 2010.
Tags: 2010 U18 European Championship Division B·2010 U20 European Championship Division B·Aleksandar Georgiev·Aleksej Nikolic·Bar Timor·Danilo Zuykov·Devon van Oostrum·Jacob Cohen·Joshua Ward-Hibbert·Moritz Lanegger·Nemanja Djurisic·Ondrej Balvin·Ovie Soko·Piotr Pamula·Radosav Spasojevic·Rasid Mahalbasic·Shane Hammink·Volodymyr Gerun
August 16th, 2010 · 1 Comment
The big guys drew the most interest in the U18 European Championship as this group featured several highly interesting players. Even if Enes Kanter was absent, the tournament featured several NBA potentials and we go over the players that have impressed us the most.
August 14th, 2010 · No Comments
Some eyebrows were raised in May 2010, when Finnish Basketball Federation announced that Gordon Herbert, a coach with one of the most impressive résumé in Finnish basketball history, was about to accept the head coaching duty of Finland’s u18 team.
August 13th, 2010 · 5 Comments
With the increasing number of players scouted during the U18 European Championship, the scoutings on several players may be a bit short but I tried to get more profiles in the articles this time which also explains the delays in bringing them online. I hope you enjoy the article however. My comments on the big […]
Tags: 2010 U18 European Championship Division A·Anastasios Antonakis·Bogdan Bogdanovic·Dario Saric·Davis Bertans·Dmytro Marchenko·Edgaras Ulanovas·Hugo Invernizzi·Janis Timma·Linos Chrysikopoulos·Mateusz Ponitka·Patrick Heckmann·Samir Ali Hussein·Sergey Karasev·Viktor Gaddefors·Vladislav Trushkin·Vyacheslav Bobrov·Zygimantas Skucas
August 5th, 2010 · 3 Comments
To start our review on the most interesting players of the 2010 European Championship in Vilnius, we attack with the guards of the top 8 teams of the competition. I was not able to follow other team than the Quarter-Final and the relegation teams, the report will only include prospect issued from these 12 nations. […]
Tags: 2010 U18 European Championship Division A·Alexander Varnakov·Andris Misters·Bogic Vujosevic·Charles Barton·Deividas Pukis·Dmitry Kulagin·Dovydas Redikas·Jonathan Person·Kaspars Vecvagars·Marcus Eriksson·Mathis Keita·Olexandr Prokopenko·Roko Rogic·Thomas Ceci·Toni Katic·Vukasin Petkovic·Vytenis Cizauskas
August 1st, 2010 · 1 Comment
After a little tour in the shopping center next to the Arena, it was about time to follow the relegation round as a decisive game for relegation was ahead. Sweden faced Ukraine in a Final for the last remaining spot on the highest level of U18 European Basketball.
Tags: 2010 U18 European Championship Division A·Aleksejs Rostovs·Alexander Varnakov·Andrey Loginov·Anris Misters·Arnolds Helmanis·Bogdan Bogdanovic·Davis Bertans·Deividas Pukis·Dmitry Kulagin·Dovydas Redikas·Edmunds Dukulis·Jonas Valanciunas·Jonathan Person·Kaspars Vecvagars·Latvia·Lithuania·Nikola Siladi·Olexiy Len·Renaldas Simanavicius·Russia·Serbia·Sergey Karasev·Sweden·Tamirlan Bekkiev·Ukraine·Vladislav Trushkin·Zygimantas Skucas
July 31st, 2010 · No Comments
The second day in Lithuania started with some sight-seeing in the Old Town and the first decision of the event came when Germany managed to dominate Sweden and avoid relegation. On the other hand, Bulgaria is sure about their future: Division B.
Tags: 2010 U18 European Championship Division A·2011 U19 World Championship·Alexander Tikhonin·Alexander Varnakov·Andrey Loginov·Bogdan Bogdanovic·Bogic Vujosevic·Bozo Dumic·Dario Saric·Davis Bertans·Deividas Pukis·Djordje Drenovac·Dmitry Kulagin·Dovydas Redikas·Edgaras Ulanovas·Edmunds Dukulis·Janis Timma·Jonas Valanciunas·Karlis Aspitis·Kaspars Vecvagars·Latvia·Linos Chrysikopoulos·Lithuania·Marko Gujanicic·Mateusz Ponitka·Nemanja Besovic·Nikola Siladi·Petar Lambic·Rolandas Jakstas·Russia·Serbia·Sergey Karasev·Stefan Nastic·Vladislav Trushkin·Vukasin Petkovic·Vytenis Cizauskas·Zygimantas Skucas
July 30th, 2010 · 4 Comments
Today, I arrived in Vilnius to cover the U18 European Championship of Division A. The main spotlight will of course be on the Top 8 teams but I will try to see every team once. The day started with the Quarter-Finals in the Siemens Arena of Vilnius.
Tags: 2010 U18 European Championship Division A·Boris Barac·Croatia·Dario Saric·Davis Bertans·Deividas Pukis·Dmitry Kulagin·Dovydas Redikas·Edgaras Ulanovas·France·Gleb Goldyrev·Greece·Hugo Invernizzi·Janis Timma·Jonas Valanciunas·Lambert Diacono·Latvia·Linos Chrysikopoulos·Lithuania·Rudy Gobert·Sergey Karasev·Vladislav Trushkin
July 22nd, 2010 · 1 Comment
Today starts the U18 European Championship of Division A in Vilnius/Lithuania. The tournament features the highly talented European 1992 generation and even if one of the biggest names in Enes Kanter will not be present, the level of this event will probably be among the best of the whole summer. A lot of Colleges and […]
Tags: 2010 U18 European Championship Division A·Alessandro Gentile·Andrey Loginov·Bill Borekambi·Bogdan Bogdanovic·Can Korkmaz·Daniel Theis·Dario Saric·Davis Bertans·Dennis Kramer·Dmitry Kulagin·Dovydas Redikas·Enes Kanter·Giovanni Pini·Jaime Fernandez·Jan Span·Jonas Valanciunas·Kaspars Vecvagars·Linos Chrysikopoulos·Mathis Keita·Miguel Servera·Nemanja Besovic·Nikola Siladi·Ojars Silins·Pavlin Ivanov·Philipp Neumann·Safak Edge·Tommaso Ingrosso·Viktor Gaddefors·Vyacheslav Bobrov·Vytenis Cizauskas
July 21st, 2010 · 2 Comments
With the U18 European Championships starting this Thursday in Lithuania, the French magazine Basketnews spoke 3 weeks ago with Head coach Philippe Ory to give his opinion on the players of the U18 team. When the interview was made, there were still a lot of other players in the roster which explains the absence of […]
Tags: 2010 U18 European Championship Division A·France·Hugo Invernizzi·Hugo Naurais·Jordan Fauconnet·Lambert Diacono·Livio Jean-Charles·Mathis Keita·Philippe Ory·Rudy Deal·Rudy Gobert·Theo Leon·Thomas Ceci·Valentin Bigote·Yannis Morin
July 20th, 2010 · No Comments
As the readers of europeanprospects.com already know, Finland’s U18 team has been able to practice with one of the best coaches available this summer: Frankfurt Skyliners head coach Gordon Herbert. Hippo gave us his preview on the main players for the U18 team that will compete from Thursday in the U18 European Championship of Division […]
May 21st, 2010 · 9 Comments
With the regular seasons coming to an end in most of the countries, there are more and more federations publishing preliminary rosters for the different Summer events like the U17 World Championships or the different European Championships. We took a closer look at some of the names that have been published over the last days.