In the last part of our analysis on the Albert Schweitzer Tournament 2012, we will talk about the big guys. Quite a lot of talent was present among the Top 8 teams on these positions so let’s got to the details.
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May 1st, 2012 · 5 Comments
Tags: Amedeo Tessitori·AST 2012·Austin Nichols·Burak Yildizli·Dusan Ristic·Francesco Candussi·Gavin Schilling·Guillermo Hernangomez·Igor Kanygin·Ilimane Diop·Mam Jaiteh·Nikola Milutinov·Stanislav Ilnitskiy
April 29th, 2012 · 1 Comment
After discussing the main guards of the Albert Schweitzer Tournament 2012, I will take a closer look at the forward from the best eight teams of this year’s edition of the main tournament of the U18 category.
April 26th, 2012 · 1 Comment
With a little bit of delay, we start today our detailed review of the players that reached the Top 8 of the Albert Schweitzer Tournament with their respective teams. Traditionally, the review starts with the guards where a lot of top prospects have been present.
Tags: Albert Homs·Anthony Racine·AST 2012·Boris Dallo·Cedi Osman·Dominic Lockhart·Ismet Akpinar·Josep Perez·Matteo Imbro·Mikhail Kulagin·Mirko Turel·Nikola Radicevic·Serdar Annaev·Stevie Clark·Tayfun Erülkü
April 17th, 2012 · 2 Comments
Before analyzing the best prospects from the Top 8 teams; teams that I have seen at least twice during the tournament; I wanted to give a quick recap on several players from the teams that finished in the Bottom 8 and that I could only see once. So these scouting reports remain quite short and […]
April 15th, 2012 · No Comments
The 26th edition of the Albert Schweitzer Tournament came to an end yesterday in Mannheim with the Final games. The two best teams reached the Gold Medal game with Spain and Serbia while the hosts played against Turkey for the third place.
Tags: Albert Homs·Burak Yildizli·Cedi Osman·Derrick Walton Jr·Dominic Lockhart·Dusan Ristic·Gavin Schilling·Guillermo Hernangomez·Igor Kanygin·Ismet Akpinar·Josep Perez·Juan Saiz·Mam Jaiteh·Matteo Imbro·Mihajlo Andric·Mikhail Kulagin·Mirco Turel·Nikola Milutinov·Nikola Radicevic·Paul Zipser·Stanislav Ilnitskiy·Tayfun Erülkü
April 13th, 2012 · 1 Comment
Today, the Albert Schweitzer Tournament 2012 saw the semi-finals going on in Mannheim. The games could be followed LIVE on the net so here we go for a little recap of the two decisive games before we are back to the gym tomorrow.
Tags: AST 2012·Burak Yildizli·Cedi Osman·David Taylor·Dusan Ristic·Guillermo Hernangomez·Ilimane Diop·Ismet Akpinar·Javier Marin·Josep Perez·Juan Saiz·Kevin Bryant·Malik Müller·Mihajlo Andric·Nikola Milutinov·Nikola Radicevic·Nikola Rebic·Paul Zipser·Stefan Wess·Tayfun Erülkü
April 10th, 2012 · No Comments
After a day off, I was back in Mannheim to follow the third day of the 26th edition of the Albert Schweitzer Tournament, this time in the MWS Halle in order to get a look on the eight other teams in the competition.
Tags: Alessandro Procacci·Amedeo Tessitori·Anthony Racine·AST 2012·Boris Dallo·Daniel Sealine·David Michineau·Dominic Lockhart·Gavin Schilling·Guillaume Plas·Idan Zalmanson·Ismet Akpinar·James Birsen·Kalidou Diouf·Kevin Harley·Ludvig Hakanson·Maik Kelly·Malik Müller·Martin Massone·Matteo Imbro·Niklas Larsson·Paul Zipser·Sebastian Schüszler·Simone Fontecchio·Tai Webster·Talat Altunbey·Tayfun Erülkü
April 7th, 2012 · 3 Comments
Today started the 26th edition of the Albert- Schweitzer Tournament in Mannheim (Germany). After having moved away from the traditional US Sports Arena, the Waldsporthalle in Viernheim was the newcomer among the gyms on the schedule. So I decided to follow the games in this new facility that was nicely filled throughout the day.
Tags: Alexandros Mitsialos·AST 2012·Austin Nichols·Darryl Hicks·Dimitrios Agravanis·Emmett Naar·Greg Page·Guillermo Hernangomez·Igor Kanygin·Ilimane Diop·Mikhail Kulagin·Nikola Milutinov·Peter Moeller·Rasmus Larsen·Stanislav Ilnitskiy·Stevie Clark·Zhou Qi
April 6th, 2012 · No Comments
Russia is a traditional participant of the Albert Schweitzer Tournament. Vladimir Spivak gives us his impressions about the team that will compete in Mannheim this year.
April 6th, 2012 · 1 Comment
With only one day to go until the 2012 edition of the Albert Schweitzer Tournament starts, we will take a look at Sweden today.