At the last day of the Year 2010, Luka Bassin brings us once again an excellent article on a Slovenian prospect. This time, I guess several ALBA Berlin fans will be happy to read the article as it talks about Mirza Sarajlija. Enough said I guess, so let’s go Luka.
December 31st, 2010 · No Comments
December 18th, 2010 · No Comments
After having introduced Marko Pajić on Thursday, Luka Bassin gives today his scouting report on another Geoplin Slovan prospect: Jaka Blažič.
December 16th, 2010 · 2 Comments
Slovenian Coach Luka Bassin continues to send us interesting and highly-detailed scouting reports on the prospects of his country. Today we start a 2 articles series on the players from Geoplin Slovan. Let’s go Coach Bassin.
December 1st, 2010 · 1 Comment
Slovenian Coach Luka Bassin continues with his series on the Slovenian prospects. Today, he will analyze the game of the two 1993 born Point Guards Matej Rojc and Luka Rupnik and compares their forces and weaknesses.
November 23rd, 2010 · No Comments
Slovenian Coach Luka Bassin continues to present some prospects from his country. Today, he will present us the 18 year old Alen Hodžić.
November 7th, 2010 · No Comments
(by Luka Bassin) – When Blaž Mahkovic scored 23 points in just 23 minutes on the court in 2nd round of Slovenian Telemach league against Helios Domžale two weeks ago and put some attention on himself, many experts did not believe that there is a player in Slovenia who is 20-year-old and it is not […]
September 12th, 2010 · 3 Comments
Slovenia is a country with great basketball tradition (not long as independent country even; since 1991) that has produced many good players. Many of them played even in NBA. But today’s reality is a little bit different. If we look for Slovenian prospects born between 1988 and 1991, so players who are 19, 20, 21 […]
November 29th, 2009 · 1 Comment
With a few months of delay, here we go for a report on some of the most interesting players of the 2009 FIBA Europe U16 European Championship of Division B. As I could by far not see all players (I was limited to several games on tape), this report is far from being complete. The […]
September 13th, 2009 · 1 Comment
Coming back from holidays out of the basketball no-man’s land Switzerland, it will take me some time to get back into the feeling of the Eurobasket 2009. However, I made a quick analysis of the present teams and their different rosters in relation with the age of the players and I will try to find […]
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August 6th, 2009 · 3 Comments
After the Guards, I will talk about the wings today. It was probably the position that showed the least talent in France this summer, however several players need to be mentioned.
Tags: 2009 U18 European Championship Division A·Alberto Jodar·Czech Republic·Danilo Andusic·Edo Muric·Evan Fournier·France·Germany·Greece·Italy·Joan Sastre·Lazar Radosavljevic·Linos Chrysikopoulos·Lithuania·Mael Lebrun·Mathis Mönninghoff·Nemanja Jaramaz·Ondrej Kohout·Pavel Antipov·Riccardo Moraschini·Russia·Saulius Kulvietis·Serbia·Slovenia·Spain
August 3rd, 2009 · 3 Comments
We start our in-deep player analysis of the 2009 FIBA Europe European Championship of Division A with a scouting of the most interesting guards. While the tournament was heavily Center-loaded, there have been some guards that I wanted to take a closer look at.
Tags: 2009 U18 European Championship Division A·Andrea de Nicolao·Augustas Peciukevicius·Dmitry Kulagin·France·Germany·Italy·Jan Span·Leo Westermann·Lithuania·Ole Wendt·Russia·Safak Edge·Slovenia·Toni Prostran·Turkey·Vytenis Cizauskas
August 1st, 2009 · 2 Comments
The final weekend of the FIBA Europe U18 European Championship 2009 is behind us. The day featured of course the semi-finals but I had the time to check out some of the other games too.
Tags: 2009 U18 European Championship Division A·Andreas Person·Branislav Dekic·Bulgaria·Danilo Barthel·Dejan Musli·Enes Kanter·Evan Fournier·France·Germany·Henri Kahudi·Hubert Wierzbicki·Ivan Batur·Jonas Valanciunas·Latvia·Leo Westermann·Linos Chrysikopoulos·Lithuania·Mael Lebrun·Nemanja Jaramaz·Nikola Vukasovic·Nimrod Tishman·Ole Wendt·Pavel Shavkunov·Philipp Neumann·Pierre Hampton·Sebastian Szymanski·Slovenia·Toni Prostran·Turkey·Vytenis Cizauskas
July 27th, 2009 · 1 Comment
Today started the second round of the FIBA Europe U18 European Championship of Division A in Metz and Hagondange. I made the trip once again to Hagondange and it was worth it because I saw two great games tonight.
Tags: Alberto Jodar·Croatia·Dino Jakolis·Dragan Sekelja·Edo Muric·Evan Fournier·Fabien Paschal·France·Ignacio Llovet·Jakob Celasek·Joan Sastre·Leo Westermann·Matteo Juricic·Slovenia·Spain·Toni Prostran
July 28th, 2008 · No Comments
The first phase of the A Division is already done and the least one could say is that there have been some surprise. I will give you a short review about the results so far and also give an update on the B division.
Tags: Dino Muric·Division A European Championship·Division B European Championship·Enes Kanter·Estonia·Evangelos Mantzaris·Greece·Joao Soares·Kostas Papanikolaou·Mario Delas·Poland·Portugal·Richard Grznár·Siim-Sander Vene·Slovenia·Vladimir Jankovic
July 27th, 2008 · 4 Comments
Here are my thoughts on the 2nd day of the U18 European Championships of Division A and B.
Tags: Augustas Peciukevicius·Austria·Chrislain Cairo·Croatia·Czech Republic·Division A European Championship·Division B European Championship·Enes Kanter·France·Germany·Greece·Italy·Kostas Sloukas·Lithuania·Montenegro·Nicolo Melli·Pasquale Paolisso·Poland·Slovenia·Switzerland·Tautvydas Slezas·Toni Prostran·Turkey·Vladimir Jankovic