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First preliminary rosters published for summer events

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.

UPDATED: 10-6-2010

The Serbian federation published the following names for their U16 National Team. Source: Serbian Federation

Vasilije Micic (FMP), Nikola Rebic (FMP), Stefan Zorbas (FMP), Marko Tejic (FMP), Dusan Ristic (FMP), Mladen Djordjevic (Partizan), Nikola Majic (Partizan), Ognjen Vasiljevic (Hemofarm), Luka Andjusic (Hemofarm), Luka Nikolic (Hemofarm), Stefan Pot (Spartak), Luka Dmitrovic (Mladost Cacak), Sreten Knezevic (Mladost Cacak), Milos Jankovic (Mladost Cacak), Andrej Smiljanic (Mega Vizura), Mihajlo Knezevic (Zitko), Nikola Milutinov (Kadet)

The Serbian federation published the following names for their U17 National Team. Source: Serbian Federation

Dragan Savić (Knjaževac), Nenad Miljenović (FMP), Stefan Popovski-Turanjanin (FMP), Nemanja Bezbradica (FMP), Nikola Janković (FMP), Nemanja Krstić (Hemofarm), Đorđe Milošević (Hemofarm), Luka Mitrović (Hemofarm), Marko Ćirović (Hemofarm), Nikola Vujović (Partizan), Nikola Radičević (Partizan), Nikola Sočanac (Beovuk), Bogdan Drobnjak (Beovuk), Marko Radonjić (C. Zvezda), Aleksandar Cvetković (C. Zvezda), Nikola Čvorović (C. Zvezda), Dušan Bogdanović (Real Madrid), Nemanja Dangubić (Kris kros Pančevo), Đorđe Mičić (Olimpija Ljubljana), Ljubomir Čampara (Novi Sad).

The Serbian federation published the following names for their U18 National Team. Source: Serbian Federation

Luka Igrutinovic (Hemofam), Petar Lambic (Hemofarm), Nemanja Knezevic (Hemofarm), Marko Gujanicic (Mladost Cacak), Bogdan Bogdanovic (Zitko), Luka Pajkovic (Zitko), Vukasin Petkovic (Novi Sad), Strahinja Petkovic (Novi Sad), Bogic Vujosevic (Novi Sad), Rados Seslija (Novi Sad), Bozo Djumic (Novi Sad), Nemanja Besovic (Partizan), Marko Josilo (Partizan), Nemanja Vucicevic (Partizan), Marko Lukovic (Mega Vizura), Nikola Siladji (FMP), Dimitrije Savic (Student), Stefan Nastic (Thornhill HS, Canada), Djordje Drenovac (Arkadia, Austria)

The Serbian Federation published the following names for their U20 National Team. Source: Serbian Federation

Nemanja Nedović, Lazar Radosavljević (Crvena zvezda), Nikola Vukasović, Andreja Milutinović, Svetozar Stamenković, Bojan Subotić, Dušan Ognjenović, Dejan Musli (FMP), Aleksandar Vlahović, Bogdan Riznić, Aleksandar Mitrović, Branislav Đekić, Nemanja Jaramaz (Partizan), Milić Blagojević (Mega Vizura), Nemanja Arnautović (Budućnost), Danilo Anđušić, Uroš Petrović (Hemofarm Štada), Đorđe Majstorović (Majadahonda, Špain).

The French Federation published the following names for their U15 National Team. Source: French Federation

Jean-Dieudonné Biog (Evry), Antoine Chevrier (Cholet Basket), Dylan David (Challans), Paul Lou Duwiquet (Gravelines-Dunkerque), Lionel Ebreuil (St Charles), Etienne Joumard (Union Basket Loire Sud), Alexandre Karolak (SLUC Nancy), Romuald Morency (Lavaur), Paul Noizet (Mont de Marsan), Lucas Paoletti (Joeuf), Paul Rigot (JALT Le Mans), Thomas Ros (Antibes), Quentin Saniez (Calais), Ibrahima Sidibe (Bondy), Brice Tejedor (Paris-Levallois), Bryan Vespuce (Villemomble), Bryan Willman (Mulhouse), Olivier Yao-Delon (Montpellier)

The French Federation published the following names for their U18 National Team. Source: French Federation

Ulysse Adjagba (INSEP), Mourad Benkloua (INSEP), Valentin Bigote (Grande Synthe), Lambert Diacono (ASVEL), Jordan Fauconnet (Roanne), Anis Gabsi (Orléans), Rudy Gobert (Cholet), Hugo Invernizzi (INSEP), Livio Jean-Charles (INSEP), Théo Leon (ASVEL), Yannis Morin (INSEP), Hugo Naurais (Elan Chalon), Romain Pintiaux (SLUC Nancy), Matthieu Robin (Cholet), Axel Toupane (Strasbourg)

The French Federation published the following names for their U20 National Team. Source: French Federation

Lens Aboudou (JDA Dijon), Andrew Albicy (Paris-Levallois), Maxime Courby (Gravelines-Dunkerque), Alexandre Gavrilovic (IMG Academy), William Hervé (Orléans), Henry Kahudi (Le Mans), Paul Lacombe (ASVEL), Nicolas Lang (Chalon), Joffrey Lauvergne (Chalon), Mael Lebrun (Orleans), Christophe Leonard (Cholet), Jonathan Leira (Paris-Levallois), Ferdinand Prénom (JDA Dijon), Tanguy Ramassamy (Elan Béarnais), Jonathan Rousselle (Gravelines-Dunkerque), Jerome Sanchez (ASVEL), Landing Sane (Paris-Levallois), Nikola Stojiljkovic (Lon Morris JC), Alexis Tanghe (JDA Dijon), Mickael Var (Poitiers)

The German Federation published the following names for their U15 National Team. Source: German Federation

Ismet Akpinar (BC Hamburg), Dino Dizdarevic (TSV Breitengüßbach), Steffen Haufs (SG Köln 99ers), Sebastian Heck (BIS Baskets Speyer), Stefan Ilshöfer (BSG Ludwigsburg), Nico Jakobi (ALBA Berlin), Martin Krügel (Oldenburger TB), Daniel Mayr (TuS Jena), Lukas Meisner (SG Braunschweig), Yannick Mettner (TSV Bayer Leverkusen), Niklas Ney (ALBA Berlin), Nicolas Oosterman (SC Rist Wedel), Janis Stielow (VfL Pinneberg), David Taylor (BBC Bayreuth), Terry Thomas (TSV Breitengüßbach), Maximilian Ugrai (Würzburg Baskets), Jan Niklas Wimberg (Oldenburger TB), Robert Zinn (BSG Ludwigsburg).
Reserve: Robyn Missa (DBV Charlottenburg), Constantin Ebert (Würzburg Baskets), Christopher Wolf (TSV Breitengüßbach), David Heidrich (BG Regenthal).

The German Federation published the following names for their U16 National Team. Source: German Federation

Lennard Boekstegers (IBBA Berlin), Kevin Bryant (SG Uspringschule), Phillip Daubner (Franken Hexer), Kalidou Diouf (SG Urspringschule), Oben Etchi-Ebot (IBBA Berlin), Sebastian Heck (Baskets Speyer), Robin Jorch (IBBA Berlin), Tim Leonhardt (TV Saarlouis), Dominic Lockhardt (MTV Giessen), Mauricio Marin (IBBA Berlin), Max Merz (Eintracht Frankfurt), Jamo Ruppert (VFL Pinneberg), Julius Seither (Baskets Speyer), Dominique Uhl (Eintracht Frankfurt), Phillipp Winter (TSV Breitengüßbach), Paul Zisper (USC Heidelberg)
Reserve: Ismet Akpinar (BC Hamburg), Dino Dizdarevic (TSV Breitengüßbach), David Taylor (BBC Bayreuth)

The German Federation published the following names for their U17 National Team. Source: German Federation

Paul Albrecht (TuS Jena), Besnik Bekteshi (BSG Ludwigsburg), Fabian Bleck (Phoenix Hagen), Anselm Hartmann (TuS Jena), Stephan Haukohl (TuS Jena), Jakob Krumbeck (TuS Jena), Mauricio Marin (IBBA Berlin), Malik Müller (SG Urspringschule), Josip Peric (ALBA Berlin), Johannes Richter (Franken Hexer), Tim Unterluggauer (TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen), Nikolaj Vukovic (TuS Jena), Julius Wolf (SG Urspringschule)
Reserve: David Herwig (ALBA Berlin), Lukas Higgen (Oldenburger TB), Jonathan Malu (SOBA Rhöndorf), Max Merz (Eintracht Frankfurt/MTV Kronberg)

The German Federation published the following names for their U18 National Team. Source: German Federation

Nico Barth (TV Langen), Bill Borekambi (Foto, BSG Bremerhaven), Martin Breunig (TSV Bayer Leverkusen), Kevin Bright (SG Urspringschule), Dennis Kramer (La Costa Canyon High School), Patrick Heckmann (ASC Theresianum Mainz), Mathis Mönninghoff (TSV Bayer Leverkusen), Erik Müller (Alba Berlin), Philipp Neumann (Brose Baskets Bamberg/ TSV Breitengüßbach), Jarelle Reischel (Point Pleasant Beach High School), Falko Theilig (BBLZ Mittelhessen / LTI Giessen 46ers), Daniel Theis (SG Braunschweig) Ole Wendt (Paderborn Baskets), Lars Wendt (Paderborn Baskets)
Reserve: Joey Ney (Alba Berlin), Maurice Pluskota (BSG Bremerhaven), Mario Blessing (SG Urspringschule), Thomas Reuter (Phoenix hagen Juniors)

The German Federation published the following names for their U20 National Team. Source: German Federation

Danilo Barthel (USC Heidelberg), TJ di Leo (Temple University, USA), Felix Engel (ALBA Urspring), Jusuf El Domiaty (New Yorker Phantoms/Spot UP Braunschweig), Niels Giffey (ALBA Berlin), Robert Huelsewede (Paderborn Baskets), Tobias Korndörfer (FC Bayern München), Steven Monse (ALBA Berlin), Simon Schmitz (Science City Jena), Daniel Schmidt (TSV Tröster Breitengüßbach/Brose Baskets Bamberg), Alexander Schrempf (UCLA, USA), Maurice Stuckey (Brose Baskets Bamberg), Akeem Vargas (Iowa Lakes Community College, USA), Jonas Wohlfarth-Bottermann (Telekom Baskets Bonn/SOBA Dragons Rhöndorf), Maik Zirbes ( TBB Trier).
Reserve: Danny Rodriguez (USC Heidelberg), Friedrich Lotze (ALBA Berlin), Erik Land (TSV Tröster Breitengüßbach/Brose Baskets Bamberg).

The Slovenian Federation published the following names for their U15 National Team. Source: Slovenian Federation

Matic Rebec (Domžale), Blaž Abram (Nova Gorica), Luka Vlastelica (Domžale), Luka Kokol (Parklji Ljubljana), Vid Puc (Elektra), Miloš Medič (Parklji Ljubljana), Marko Arsič (Geoplin Slovan), Andraž Rogelja (Parklji Ljubljana), Marko Čergič (Geoplin Slovan), Jan Zatkovič (Parklji Ljubljana), Jan Novak (Geoplin Slovan), Leon Šantelj (Postojna), Martin Krampelj (Grosuplje), Matic Grušovnik (Primorac – Branik), Klemen Šeme (Grosuplje), Luka Šolaja (ŠD Koš Koper), Matej Podgornik Milosavljevič (Ilirija), Luka Blaznik (Union Olimpija), Žiga Bergant (Janče), Tilen Kodrin (Union Olimpija), Žiga Zatezič (Krka Novo mesto), Aleksej Nikolič (Zlatorog Laško), Jure Ritlop (Maribor Messer), Denis Vodišek (Zlatorog Laško)

The Slovenian Federation published the following names for their U16 National Team. Source: Slovenian Federation

Blaž GORŠE (2003 Logatec), Miloš BLAGOJEVIČ (Krka Novo mesto), Uroš BAJC (Ajdovščina), Marko KASTELIC (Krka Novo mesto), Tomaž BOLČINA (Domžale), Luka DERLINK (Krka Novo mesto), Aldin HASIČ (Elektra Esotech), Matej CENCIČ (Tolmin), Jure KOPAČ (Geoplin Slovan), Luka MEŽAN (Triglav Kranj), Andrej ŠAUTA (Geoplin Slovan), Jean Luca BILBIJA (Triglav Kranj), Jan RIZMAN (Hopsi Polzela), Timotej JURČEK (Union Olimpija), Jakob STRAŽAR (Janče), Rok CINDRČ (Union Olimpija),
Jaka DEBELJAK (Janče), Tomaž OPARA (Union Olimpija), Matevž MAVRIN (Kočevje), Erjon KASTRATI (Union Olimpija), Filip PESEK OMERZEL (Komenda), Matic MAČEK (Zlatorog Laško), Jan MLAKAR (Konjice-Zreče),
Jusuf NURKIČ (Zlatorog Laško), Gregor HROVAT (Koš Koper), Domen ZEVNIK

The Slovenian Federation published the following names for their U18 National Team. Source: Slovenian Federation

Jure Besedič (Domžale), Urban Gorjanc (ŠD Primorac-Branik), Aljaž Korošec (Domžale), Klemen Prepelič (ŠD Primorac-Branik), Marko Pajič (Geoplin Slovan), Luka Rupnik (Geoplin Slovan), Bojan Radulovič (Union Olimpija), Miha Vašl (Hopsi Polzela), Jan Špan (Union Olimpija), Jaka Brodnik (Zlatorog Laško), Jan Osolnik (Krka Novo mesto), Matej Luznar (Parklji Ljubljana), Žiga Dimec (Zlatorog Laško), Alen Hodžič (ŠD Koš Vzajemna), Alen Omič (Zlatorog Laško), Matej Rojc (ŠD Koš Vzajemna)

The Slovenian Federation published the following names for their U20 National Team. Source: Slovenian Federation

Mirza Sarajlija (Bosna Sarajevo), Brane Lekic (Elektra Esotech), Uros Zadnik (Slovan), Maj Kovacevic (Krka), Jaka Zagorc (Litija), Dino Muric (Parklji), Aldin Delic (Parklji), Nejc Kobal (Parklji), Jakob Cebasek (Parklji), Edo Muric (Parklji), Davor Barovic (Maribor), Marko Vranjkovic (Maribor), Blaz Mahkovic (Maribor), Nejc Buda (Olimpija Ljubljana), Jure Pelko (Lasko), Simo Atanackovic (Lasko), Luka Dimec (Lasko)

The Lithuanian Federation published the following names for their U16 National Team. Source: Lithuanian Federation

Artūras Makovskis, Augustinas Jankaitis, Denisas Krestininas, Paulius Naraškevičius, Tautvydas Jodelis, Motiejus Dailydė (Š. Marčiulionio KA), Marius Grigonis, Tomas Dimša, Simas Raupys, Lukas Lekavičius, Timotis Kuckailis, Martynas Krasinskas (A. Sabonio KM), Mantvydas Stašelis, Tomas Miškinis, Marius Ratkevičius, Mykolas Raižys (Panevėžio KKSC), Tomas Galeckas, Alvydas Žarskus (Vilniaus KM), Donatas Tarolis, Rytis Zabita (V. Knašiaus KM), Vlius Sajekas,Vilius Škėma (Perkūno KM), Mantvydas Ratkevičius (Marijampolės ŽSM), Ignas Labutis (Marijampolės ŽSM), Domantas Šimaitis, Justinas Olechnavičius (Šiaulių SM „Saulė“), Justas Tamulis, Arminas Kelmelis (Kėdainių SM), Jokūbas Gintvainis (Plungės SM), Gintautas Kybartas (Telšių SM)

The Lithuanian Federation published the following names for their U17 National Team. Source: Lithuanian Federation
Paulius Semaška (Kėdainių SM), Martynas Paliukėnas (Š. Marčiulionio KA), Justas Armalis (Š. Marčiulionio KA), Aurimas Urbonas (Tornado KM), Liutauras Lukošenkinas (Kauno KM), Simonas Lekys (S. Marčiulionio KA), Mantas Mockevičius (Plungės SM), Laurynas Kirlys (Š. Marčiulionio KA), Arnas Mašalka (Kėdainių SM), Rimgaudas Kukta (Vilniaus KM), Eivydas Mološčiakas (Kauno KM), Tauras Jogėla (A. Sabonio KM), Tomas Lekūnas (Š. Marčiulionio KA), Rokas Narkevičius (A. Sabonio KM), Vaidas Kariniauskas (A. Sabonio KM), Mindaugas Kačinas (V. Knašiaus KM), Osvaldas Olisevičius (S. Marčiulionio KA), Marijus Užupis (Marijampolės ŽSM), Aurimas Majauskas (Marijampolės ŽSM), Justinas Žirlys (Kėdainių SM), Edgaras Zinevičius (Š. Marčiulionio KA), Ignas Ramašauskas (Šiaulių SM „Saulė“), Simonas Kymantas (A. Sabonio KM), Laimonas Chatkevičius (V. Knašiaus KM)

The Lithuanian Federation published the following names for their U18 National Team. Source: Lithuanian Federation

Vytenis Čižauskas (Kauno „Aisčiai“), Renaldas Simanavičius (Kauno „Žalgiris-Sabonio mokykla“), Evaldas Aniulis (Vilniaus „Akademija“), Deividas Anužis (Klaipėdos „Neptūnas“), Lukas Kazlauskas (Vilniaus „KM-Magnus“), Dovydas Redikas (Vilniaus „Akademija“), Deividas Pukis (Christian Life Center Academy), Taurantas Tamošiūnas (Kauno „Žalgiris-Sabonio mokykla“), Tadas Maželis (Klaipėdos „Neptūnas“), Mindaugas Jakštas (Kauno KM „Aisčiai“), Edgaras Ulanovas (Jonavos „Triobet-Malsta“), Arnas Butkevičius („Neringos Kuršiai“), Eigirdas Žukauskas (Vilniaus „KM-Magnus“), Paulius Sorokas (Kauno „Žalgiris-Sabonio mokykla“), Tomas Lekūnas (Vilniaus „Akademija“), Rolandas Jakštas (Kauno „Žalgiris-Sabonio mokykla“), Rimvydas Brencius („Neringos Kuršiai“), Tautvydas Sabonis (Unicaja Malaga), Ronaldas Rutkauskas (08 Stockholm), Žygimantas Skučas (Kauno „Žalgiris-Sabonio mokykla“), Jonas Valančiūnas (Vilniaus „Lietuvos rytas“), Tomas Urbonas (Kauno „LKKA-Atletas“), Egidijus Mockevičius (Vilniaus „Akademija“), Karolis Guščikas (Šiaulių „ABRO-Universitetas“)

The Lithuanian Federation published the following names for their U20 National Team. Source: Lithuanian Federation

Eimantas Bendžius (Vilniaus „Perlas“), Gediminas Bertašius (Marianapolis), Gilvydas Biruta (Rutgers), Paulius Dambrauskas (Vilniaus „Perlas“), Adomas Drungilas (Kauno „Žalgiris-Sabonio mokykla“), Edvinas Jezukevičius (Vilniaus „Akademija“), Mantas Kadzevičius (Kauno „Aisčiai“), Evaldas Kairys (Vilniaus „Perlas“), Saulius Kulvietis (Vilniaus „Perlas“), Osvaldas Matulionis (Kauno „Aisčiai“), Donatas Motiejūnas (Benetton Treviso), Deividas Nazarovas (Vilniaus „Perlas“), Gediminas Orelikas (Prienų „Rūdupis“), Augustas Pečiukevičius (Kauno „Aisčiai“), Matas Sapiega (Kauno „Erelita-KTU“), Tautvydas Šležas (Vilniaus „Perlas“), Giedrius Staniulis (Vilniaus „Perlas“), Darius Tarvydas (Vilniaus „KM-Magnus“), Ovidijus Varanauskas (Vilniaus „Sakalai“), Marius Zimnickas (Vilniaus „Perlas“)

The Montenegrin Federation published the following names for their U18 National Team.

Bojan Ratković (Budućnost), Niko Martinović (Budućnost), Marko Mugoša (Budućnost), Luka Radović (Budućnost), Nemanja Đurišić (South Kent School HS, USA), Mladen Novaković (Budućnost), Pavle Raičković (Budućnost), Mihailo Kasalica (Budućnost), Stefan Đordan (Podgorica), Marko Perović (Podgorica), Radosavu Spasojević (Podgorica), Uroš Lješković (Podgorica), Jakšia Vulević (Mornar), Bogdan Cebalović (Mornar), Milo Unkašević (Mornar), Ivan Fatić (Mogren), Nemanja Grabovica (Danilovgrad), Rajko Kovačević (Jedinstvo), Vlado Koprivica (Mediteran), Andrej Pajović (Wilbraham & Monson Academy HS, USA), Armin Kalić (Darussafaka, Turkey), Armin Hot (Bosna, BiH), Marko Todorović (Badalona, Spain), Andrija Mijanović (White Eagles, Sweden)

The Montenegrin Federation published the following names for their U20 National Team.

Miloš Lopičić (Lovćen), Petar Stojanović (Lovćen), Bojan Dubljević (Lovćen), Filip Barović (Budućnost), Miroslav Damjanović (Mornar), Nemanja Radović (Mornar), Aleksandar Dobrović (Mornar), Vladimir Mihailović (Mornar), Nikola Ljujić (Mornar), Filip Samojlović (Torrelodones Madrid, Spain), Marko Ljujić (Jedinstvo), Ognjen Šćepanović (Gorštak), Rade Ivanović (Ulcinj), Milutin Đukanović (Ulcinj), Miloš Rajović (Ulcinj), Filip Patković (Grupo Salmerón Guadix, Spain), Marko Koljević (Podgorica), Miroslav Škara (Podgorica), Marko Loncović (Torrelodones Madrid, Spain), Stefan Vulević (Roanoke Catholic HS, USA), Nikola Vučević (University South California, NCAA), Miloš Kuveljić (Nikšić),Milorad Šutulović (Olimpija Ljubljana SLO)

The Spanish Federation published the following names for their U17 National Team. Source: Spanish Federation

Ricardo Pampano (Cajasol), Jorge Sanz (Real Madrid), Lluis Costa (FC Barcelona), Jaime Fernández (Estudiantes), Luis Conde (Unicaja), Mikel Motos (Easo), David Delgado (Gran Canaria), Fernando Cerqueira (Joventut), Mamadou Diop (Saski Baskonia), Dani Díaz (Real Madrid), Alejandro Suárez (Joventut), Javier Medori (Estudiantes), Julen Olaizola (Real Madrid), Aitor Gómez (FC Barcelona)

The Spanish Federation published the following names for their U20 National Team. Source: Spanish Federation

Josep Franch (Joventut), José Simeón (Valencia), Daniel Pérez (FC Barcelona), Alejandro Hernández (FC Barcelona), Joan Sastre (Cajasol), Sergio Llorente (Estudiantes), Iván Martínez (CB Tíjola), Jorge Santana (Real Madrid), Eduardo Martínez (Estudiantes), Alberto Jódar (Real Madrid), Nikola Mirotic (Real Madrid), Álvaro Muñoz (Fuenlabrada), Miguel Lorenzo (Unicaja), Nacho Llovet (Joventut), Adrián Laso (Fuenlabrada), Samuel Domínguez (Gran Canaria)

The Turkish Federation published the following names for their U16 National Team. Source: IstanbulBasket.org

Metin Türen (Darüşşafaka Cooper Tires), Tayfun Erülkü (Efes Pilsen), Efekan Coşar (Efes Pilsen), Batıkan Demirtöz (Efes Pilsen), Metecan Birsen (Fenerbahçe Ülker), Atilla Dağdelen (Fenerbahçe Ülker), Ayberk Güleryüz (Fenerbahçe Ülker), Burak Eşlik (Galatasaray Cafe Crown), Talat Alp Altunbey (Genç Banvitliler), Oğuzhan Bayrak (Genç Telekom), Ege Mala (Pınar Karşıyaka), Kenan Sipahi (Tofaş), Burak Hacıismail (Tofaş), Yiğit Emre Mirza (Tofaş), Sarp Göbeloğlu (Türk Telekom), Mehmet Kürşat Sözen (Türk Telekom), Tunahan Dikmen (Türk Telekom), Zafer Sezer Alp (Yeşim Spor)

The Turkish Federation published the following names for their U18 National Team. Source: Turkish Federation

Mert Demirel (Beşiktaş Cola Turka), Samet Geyik (Bornova Belediyesi), Yunus Sonsırma (Darüşşafaka Cooper Tires), Berkay Candan (Fenerbahçe Ülker), Erbil Eroğlu (Fenerbahçe Ülker), Kerem Hotiç (Fenerbahçe Ülker), Mustafa Baygül (Galatasaray Cafe Crown), Mert Türkyılmaz (Genç Banvitliler), Şafak Edge (Genç Banvitliler), Ozan Çorbacıoğlu (Optimum TED Ankara Koleji), Can Korkmaz (Pertevniyal), Ramazan Tekin (Pertevniyal), Soykan Yıkılmaz (Pertevniyal), Yiğit Can (Pertevniyal), Mert Can Özen (Tofaş), Muhammed Doğan Şenli (Tofaş), Onur Çalban (Tofaş), Uğur Dokuyan (Tofaş)

The Turkish Federation published the following names for their U20 National Team. Source: Turkish Federation

İbrahim Yıldırım (Banvit), İzzet Türkyılmaz (Banvit), Melih Mahmutoğlu (Darüşşafaka Cooper Tires), Ali Işık (Efes Pilsen), Duşan Cantekin (Efes Pilsen), Can Mutaf (Fenerbahçe Ülker), Göksenin Köksal (Galatasaray Cafe Crown), Erdinç Balto (Genç Telekom), Sertaç Şanlı (Genç Telekom), Birkan Batuk (Pınar Karşıyaka), Furkan Aldemi (Pınar Karşıyaka), Görkem Sönmez (Radford, USA), Abdullah Furkan Eskici (Tofaş), Fırat Töz (Tofaş), İlkan Karaman (Tofaş), Volkan İncekara (Trabzonspor), Pertev Öngüner (Türk Telekom), Osman Gökhan (UNNC, USA), Deniz Kılıçlı (West Virginia, USA)

The Bosnian Federation published the following names for their U18 National Team. Source: Basket.ba

Nebojsa Maksimovic (PG, 185, 1992, Čelik Zenica), Ivic Ranko (PG, 183, 1992, Borac Banja Luka), Knezevic Drasko (PG, 1993, Sampion Alfa Banja Luka), Hodzic Irfan (PG, 185, 1993, Sloboda Tuzla), Vasilic Aleksandar (Gradjanski Bijeljina), Begagic Dino (SG, 193, 1992, Čelik Zenica), Vucic Goran (SG, 189, 1992, Sampion Alfa Banja Luka), Vrabac Aldin (F, 203, 1994, Spars Sarajevo), Residovic Edin (, 1994, Bosna Sarajevo), Kljestan Zeljko (1992, Gradjansko Bijeljina), Miodanic Dalibor (1993, Buldogs Prnjavor), Damjanovic Srdjan (1994, Bosna Sarajevo), Merdanovic Eldar (1993, Čelik Zenica), Bulic Mirza (Sloboda Tuzla), Petrovic Filip (SF, 200, 1992, Olimpija Ljubljana), Miletic Marko (SF, 198, 1992, Igokea Aleksandrovac), Glogovac Stefan (SF, 199, 1994, Leotar Trebinje), Markovic Miljan (1992, Spars Sarajevo), Karic Muamer (1992, 205, 1992, Magic Tuzla), Mujic Ernad (PF/C, 206, 1992, Bosna Sarajevo), Zelenovic Rados (PF, 198, 1993, OKK Gacko), Demir Emir (C, Spars Sarajevo), Tomic Andrej (C, 210, 1992, Sloboda Tuzla), Salic Djoko (C, 206, 1995, Spars Sarajevo)

The Latvian Federation published the following names for their U20 National Team. Source: Sportacentrs.com

Dāvis Rozītis (USC), Mareks Mejeris (Liepājas Lauvas), Māris Ziediņš (BK Valmiera), Mārtiņš Šteinbergs (BK Turība), Armands Seņkāns (BK Zemgale), Oto Ošenieks (Carbondale Prep, USA), Harijs Rubenis (Ķeizarmežs A), Mārtiņš Gulbis (BS Rīga A), Kristers Zeidaks (Fastweb Casale, Italy), Kristaps Brigmanis (Barons/Rīdzene), Artjoms Butjankovs (DSN Rīga), Kalvis Krūmiņš (Zemgale), Haralds Kārlis (Spain), Ervīns Jonāts (Ogre), Mārtiņš Laksa (VEF Rīga), Dāvis Lejasmeiers (Ventspils Augstskola), Ričmonds Vilde (Lee Academy, USA), Mārtiņš Meiers (BK Ventspils), Lauris Blaus (BK Ventspils), Ernijs Ansons (VEF Rīga), Armands Ošiņš (Ķeizarmežs), Ģirts Celms (Zemgale)

NB: Bojan Radulovic from Union Olimpija Ljubljana has been selected for both the Serbian and Slovenian U18 National Team!

9 responses so far ↓

  • 1 carlo // May 21, 2010 at 6:57 pm

    Quite interesting!
    U18 Bojan Radulovic seems to be of Slovenian nationality, if this link is correct:
    http://www.ismhoops.com/clientprofiles/bojanRadulovic.html
    He could play one half for both teams if he is undecided…

  • 2 albiongate // May 21, 2010 at 7:44 pm

    Bojan Radulovic is born in Serbia (Subotica). Slovenian bball federation gave him slovenian nationality in order to make him play for their U18 NT. They have done the same with several other players such as Simo Atanackovic (205 ’90), Alen Omic (213 ’92), Jusuf Nurkic (’95), Gezim Morina (204 ’92) and Erjon Kastrati (198, 1994).

    Slovenian bball is in a deep crisis, their youth teams have never been worse than now. So they have to import more players than previously. Nothing new by the way. In the past, several Slovenian NT players were from other former Yougoslavian states (Jurkovic, Kraljevic, Alibegovic, Golemac, Capin, and many others).

  • 3 carlo // May 22, 2010 at 11:04 am

    Another case was Serbian-born Center Bogdan Radosavljevic who was invited to play for both U16 Serbia & Germany selections in 2009. He’s now in the U17 German team.
    Concerning the 2010 U17 Serbian names I thought PF Vukasin Vujovic was in the list, but probably there are better players now in this role.

  • 4 David // May 22, 2010 at 10:37 pm

    albiongate, what’s the matter with Dusan Bogdanovic? I thought he was croatian (he’s born in Vukovar, isn’t it?), but his name is in U17 serbian roster. By the way, I haven’t seen him in any Real Madrid’s roster this year…

  • 5 Christophe // May 23, 2010 at 8:20 am

    @carlo
    i looks like the Serbian have stopped to select Radosavljevic though. He played the Albert Schweitzer Tournament with them but still no official FIBA competition

  • 6 Boris // May 23, 2010 at 7:34 pm

    David

    yes he was, but he is Serbian

    And from 91. to 98. Vukovar was ocupied by Serbians and ther was no single Croats, not live at least in Vukovar

  • 7 albiongate // May 24, 2010 at 9:41 am

    @ David
    Dusan Bogdanovic is an ethnic Serb from Croatia. He owns croatian and serbian citizenship. Contrary to Arijan Komazec, Toni Prostran & Dario Saric, Dusan choose to play for Serbia. Several Serbs from Croatia have done the same previously. The most famous are Predrag Stojakovic and Milan Macvan.

    Dusan had a knee injury. That’s the reason why he didn’t play this season.

    @ Carlo
    Nikola Jankovic (PF, 203, 1994) will probably play U17 WC & U16 EC. I assume that’s the main reason of Vukasin Vujovic’s absence. As Jankovic, Miljenovic may also take part to two championships (U18 EC and U17 WC).

  • 8 juan cobos // Jun 1, 2010 at 11:10 pm

    nikola stojiljkovic left University of San Francisco (NCAA D1) but already picked up a new school. He’ll be playing at Lon Morris Junior College next year in Texas.

  • 9 Marc // Jun 2, 2010 at 11:47 pm

    @Carlo
    The upper link is not 100% correct regarding Radulovic. Bojan is still waiting for his Slovenian passport.

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