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Tweets of the week (Week 20 – 2010)

May 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

From this weekend on, we will start a weekly Twitter round-up with the main tweets that have been sent out on our Twitter account. Check below all the important Tweets that have been published over the last week on the Twitter account. Feel free to follow us to get more updates on European Youth Basketball.

Sunday 23rd May 2010

  • RT @Eurohopes: Barcelona and Madrid, in the final of the U-16 Ciutat de Terrassa tournament. Zighulin (’94-KAZ) has 16.0p+6.7rb for Barca
  • Croatia U18 F4: Split-Cibona 76-55. Filip Najev 24pts, Esben Reinholt 19pts. Final today 18h30 live on

    • Croatia U18 F4: Zagreb-Cedevite 93-85. Dario Saric with 20pts for Zagreb

    • LNB: Ludo Vaty suspended for next game (decisive PO match) because of a brawl yesterday.

      • Italy: Groups for Italian U19 final phase have been published. Tournament is played from 31/5 to 6/6 in Bologna

        • NBBL: NBBL MVP Patrick Heckmann may sign for Frankfurt Skyliners next season.

          • Great article on the Magarity family from Sweden and William’s future. Pro or College? A must-read for anybody

          Saturday 22nd May 2010

          • LNB: Andrew Albicy 33minutes in playoff loss vs Le Mans. Early Entrant had 0pts 4rebs, 1stl, 6asts, 3tos. Antoine Diot DNP for Le Mans
            • LNB: Kevin Seraphin 2pts 3rebs in playoff victory over Poitiers.

            Friday 21st May 2010

            Thursday 20st May 2010

              • End of Spanish Basketball? RT @Eurohopes: …Consejo Superior de Deportes let them. That means that next year is possible take 10 africans

              • Other INSEP signings: Mourad Benkloua -> Roanne. Alexandre N’Doye -> Le Havre. Jonathan Radjouki –> Chalon

              • RT @Eurohopes: Lanzarote: only a few scouts/agents in the U-18 spanish champ. The reason? Maybe the distance?

              • RT @Eurohopes: Leo Westermann (’92) has signed for ASVEL, reaching a two seasons agreement. He comes from INSEP.

              • NCAA: Check the updates on NCAA Recruiting of European Players here:

                • NCAA: Slovenian PG Luka Voncina committed to Charlotte in the A10 Conference.

                • NCAA: Torgrim Sommerfeldt from Norway commits to Manhattan according to the New York Post

                Wednesday 19th May 2010

                • Germany: ALBA Berlin and defending Champion Oldenburg eliminated in the 1st PO-Round. WOW

                  • France: Antoine Diot injured his back in yesterday’s playoff game. Not sure yet if it is bad or not. He had 5asts in 8minutes on the court

                    • NCAA: German Dennis Ogbe (91-F-1m97) signed a LOI with Tennessee Tech. Find more info on him here:

                    Tuesday 18th May 2010

                    • France: Leo Westermann (92-PG) is one of the main targets this summer: Le Mans, ASVEL, Vichy, Gravelines, Chalon, Poitiers chasing him

                    • France-Draft-EarlyEntrants: Kevin Seraphin has 10pts 11rebs 2blks in the first playoff game tonight. Andrew Albicy with 8pts 3asts for Paris.

                    • 6 Countries Express Interest In Hosting 2013 EuroBasket. BIH, Croatia, Czech, Germany, Italy and Slovenia

                      • RT @crohoops: Croatian U16 championship semis: Zagreb-Zadar, Cedevit -Fenix. Zagreb (led by Dario Saric) & Cedevita unbeaten through qualification

                      Monday 17th May 2010

                        • Interview with Tibor Pleiß (in German) RT @wknDirk: Nationalspieler Tibor Pleiß im Interview auf

                        • Belgium: Jorn Steinbach elected Young Player of the Year. 2nd place for Alexandre Libert, 3rd for Niels Marnegrave.

                        Sunday 16th May 2010

                        • RT @pesic7 Svetislav Pesic preparing Robin Benzing for the Eurocamp in Treviso

                        • NBBL: Urspring conquers the title back with a tremendous defensive performance vs ALBA Berlin 63-50. 3rd title for the academy.

                        • JBBL: Title goes to IBBA 77-56 over ALBA. Mauricio Marin with 20pts 8rebs and 5astr. Robin Jorch with 16+9. Marley Jean-Louis with 21 for ALBA Berlin

                        • NBBL: Awards for regular season. MVP Patrick Heckmann (Mainz). Defender Philipp Neumann (Breitengüssbach). Rookie Besnik Bekteshi (Ludwigsburg). Coach Henrik Rödl (ALBA)

                          • JBBL: Awards for regular season. MVP Malik Müller (Urspring). Defender Oben Ebof-Etchi (IBBA). Coach Milan Pesic (IBBA). Rookie Jan-Niklas Wimberg (Oldenburg)

                          • NCAA: Mathis Keita signed his LOI in favor of Gonzaga yesterday.

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