The Australian U18 team won the 2010 edition of the Albert Schweitzer Tournament in a very impressive way. Even without having an outstanding talent dominating the competition, the Emus showed that an excellent team play and constant defensive effort is a huge advantage over teams that for most of them have only practiced a week […]
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April 17th, 2010 · 5 Comments
April 16th, 2010 · No Comments
Next to those players that we have mentioned in the different National Team reports, there were other European Prospects that are worth being mentioned. In this article, you will find Scoutings on the best players of Italy, Turkey, Greece and France but also some other players that we think are worth being mentioned and that […]
April 16th, 2010 · 1 Comment
The German U18 team came into the tournament with the goal to reach the semi-finals. After the tournament, you must say that this German team could have won it all but run out of gas in the Final. Knowing that the team of Kay Blümel missed Ole Wendt, a potential starter, Jarelle Reischel, Maximilian Kleber […]
April 15th, 2010 · 2 Comments
The biggest surprise of the tournament was of course the third place of the German U17 team. Coming to Mannheim in order to prepare the U17 World Championships, the team of coach Frank Menz wanted to gain experience and eventually win a game or two. Even if they had probably the easiest group stage, the […]
April 15th, 2010 · 2 Comments
Spain came to Mannheim without three major players that were all in activity with their respective professional teams: Miki Servera, Malick Fall and Joan Tomas. Without these three, Spain finished however at the 5th place and were the only team capable of beating Australia in the tournament. But the loss against the USA in the […]
April 14th, 2010 · No Comments
We start our review on the Albert Schweitzer Tournament with the 7th placed Croatian team. As Croatia had to play without PG Toni Katic and forward Filip Najev and herefore had a very limited and young rotation, the result in Mannheim gives no reason to be annoyed according to crohoops.com.
April 11th, 2010 · 5 Comments
On Saturday, Australia won the 25th edition of the Albert Schweitzer Tournament in Mannheim in front of a sold-out crows in the Sports Arena at Benjamin Franklin Village in Mannheim. The German U18 finished at the 2nd place while the German U17 managed to beat Team USA and reached an outstanding 3rd place. Here is […]
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April 9th, 2010 · No Comments
The semi-finals have been played in Mannheim this Friday and Germany U18 reached the Final after beating Team USA in the second semi-final while Australia overcame Germany U17 in the first game of the evening. Beforehand, the classification games have been held with no major upsets.
April 8th, 2010 · No Comments
The qualification round is done and the semi-finals are set. Europeanprospects.com will be back in Mannheim on Friday for the round of the last 4. So here we go for a quick round-up of the the games of the 2nd day of the Qualification round.
April 7th, 2010 · No Comments
Today started the Qualification Round of the Albert Schweitzer Tournament in Mannheim with the games of the second phase. The results from the first round are taken into account. Here is a quick review of the games from today from a statistical point of view. Europeanprospects.com will be back in Mannheim on Friday for the […]
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