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U18 European Championship: Watch it LIVE

August 9th, 2012 · 2 Comments

The semi-finals and Finals of the U18 European Championship are available LIVE and for FREE on FIBA TV.

Here is the link to follow the games

You can follow the game of the Latvian U18 National Team as a free LIVE Stream on Here is the schedule

9-8-2012: 17h45 (CET) Latvia – France

10-8-2012: 17h30 (CET) Latvia – Turkey

11-8-2012: 17h30 (CET) Latvia – Bulgaria

14-8-2012: 18h00 (CET) Latvia – Croatia

15-8-2012: 18h00 (CET) Latvia – Slovenia

Click here for the Links

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 pep // Jul 31, 2010 at 7:11 pm

    Hello Christopher, my humble impressions after the first game, I dont know if you´ll agree:
    Valanciunas just wasn´t there today but the team´s deffensive effort won them the game.
    Lithuanian guards (specially Pukis and Cizauskas) are neither very creative nor your usual Lithuanian 3-point shooter (funny to see Serbian and Lithuanian team without godd shooters). but they are very strong.

    The Serbian guards get the job done, but they are far from being impressive and blew a 10-point lead in the last minutes. Hopefully some of them will get the opportunity to play major minutes at a professional level (for instance Vukasin Petkovic and Bogic Vujosevic,given the fact that their team -Novi Sad- is not one of the strongest in Serbia) .
    On a more anecdotical level: Bogdanovic looks and plays exactly like Dusan Kecman.
    Siladi has very good legs, but not that much talent so far. Besovic is very raw but has mobility and treated us with a nice back-to-the basket play in the second quarter. I insist on talking about him because it´s not every day that you see a 2,20 kid

    All in all, neither team vas very impressive talent-wise

    Ok I´ll stop now, after all the blog is yours 😉

  • 2 Christophe // Aug 1, 2010 at 3:39 pm

    all comments are welcome, especially if they are like yours. Valanciunas was maybe not present on offense, but he did not have to. He is not forcing if he does not get the ball and is doing his job on defense extremely well.

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