In a new collaboration with www.futurestars.uk.com we exchanged content for a series of articles of the Top10 1992 born players in the Spanish professional basketball. Check the first part below to see 5 of the players the experts from Future Stars see among the 10 most promising players from the Iberian peninsula.
November 3rd, 2011 · No Comments
May 27th, 2010 · 13 Comments
A subject that I am following for quite some time now is how the Spanish Basketball will develop on a long term basis as youth teams are importing more and more foreign players. The recent Spanish U18 championship was the perfect place to make an analysis of the situation as a last-second rule modification will [...]
Tags: Aigars Skele·Bakary Konate·Deme Mambaye·Gabriel Darin·Gediminas Paulikas·Jan Svandrlik·Karl Niamamoukoko·Lamine Dieye·Luca Riva·Malick Cissê·Malick Fall·Mamadou Samb·Mansour Kasse·Mansour Sow·Marko Todorovic·Michel Acosta·Modou Mbaye·Nikola Mirotic·Norbert Timko·Pape Amadou Sow·Placide Nakidjim·Rafael Caetano·Rafael Freire·Samuel Faifr·Spain·Tautvydas Sabonis·Tibou Tall
May 12th, 2010 · 1 Comment
In the last report of the Nike International Junior Tournament 2010 in Paris, I will talk about the big guys.
May 8th, 2010 · 5 Comments
The third day of the 2010 edition of the Nike International Junior Tournament ended with some drama as it was undecided until the very last game who will be in the Final tomorrow. Even if neither Cajasol nor Ljubljana still had a chance to reach the Final, the result of their was highly important to [...]
Tags: 2010 NIJT·Alessandro Zanelli·Andrea Quarisa·Armin Mazic·Bogdan Bogdanovic·Dovydas Redikas·Edgaras Ulanovas·Filip Najev·Gabriel Darin·Hugo Invernizzi·Jan Span·Jose Pozas·Klemen Prepelic·Livio Jean-Charles·Malick Fall·Mathis Keita·Nenad Miljenovic·Nikola Jankovic·Pablo Villarejo·Pape Amadou Sow·Rafael Freire·Rolandas Jakstas·Toni Katic
May 6th, 2010 · 3 Comments
Today started the Nike International Junior Tournament in Paris. It is the eight edition of this prestigious event that features the most talented U18 Club Teams in Europe. This year, the teams in Paris had to qualify through four different tournaments and the organization gave out 3 other Wildcards next to the defending champion FMP [...]
Tags: Alessandro Gentile·Bogdan Bogdanovic·Bojan Radulovic·Danilo Toskovic·Deme Mambaye·Djordje Micic·Dovydas Redikas·Esben Reinholt·Filip Najev·Gabriel Darin·Gezim Morina·Jan Span·Livio Jean-Charles·Luka Pajkovic·Malick Fall·Mathis Keita·NIJT Paris 2010·Pape Amadou Sow·Rafael Freire·Tauras Jogela·Tomas Lekunas·Toni Katic·Vytenis Cizauskas·Yannis Morin
March 31st, 2010 · No Comments
With just a few days to go, the teams participating to the Albert Schweitzer Tournament 2010 have started their preparation phase for one of the major events of the year. We take a look at the main results and information we could get over the last days.
Tags: AST 2010·Axel Toupane·Bill Borekambi·Can Korkmaz·Hugo Invernizzi·Ioannis Molfetas·Jarelle Reischel·Kevin Bright·Lars Wendt·Leo Westermann·Malick Fall·Marios Dermitzakis·Miguel Servera·Ole Wendt·Patrick Heckmann·Philipp Neumann·Ramazan Tekin·Safak Edge·Spiros Motsenigos·Vasileos Kavvadas·Vincent Pourchot·Yigitcan Vardal
March 11th, 2010 · 1 Comment
After having talked about the European rosters that already been published, we take a closer look today at the teams coming from overseas. Additionally, more European team has unveiled which players may come to Mannheim so that I also went for a second round on European teams.
Tags: Alejandro Suarez·AST 2010·Daniel Diez·Evan Fournier·Felipe Taddei·Hugh Greenwood·Hugo Invernizzi·Jaime Fernandez·Joan Tomas·Joel Comba·Jordi Mas·Juan Jose Giaveno·Kengo Nomoto·Kodai Kimura·Leo Westermann·Li Muhao·Livio Jean-Charles·Malick Fall·Mark Overdevest·Mathis Keita·Miguel Servera·Rafael Freire·Raul Neto·Shi Hongfei·Stephan Mandich·Toru Minagawa·Victor Arteaga·Vincent Pourchot·William Sinclair
April 30th, 2009 · No Comments
The first day of the Nike International Junior Tournament is history and the day ended nearly with a massive upset as the 2008 champ FMP Belgrade won against the hosts of ALBA Berlin by only 1 point.
Tags: ALBA Berlin·Augusto Cesar Lima·Branislav Dekic·Dejan Musli·FMP Belgrade·Hemofarm Vrsac·Jonas Valanciunas·Lietuvos Rytas·Malick Fall·Malte Ziegenhagen·Montepaschi Siena·Niels Giffey·Osvaldas Matulionis·Unicaja Malaga