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Team USA to cut 4 players by Monday
July, 25, 2010 Jul 253:02PM ETImage IPB By Chris Sheridan
Archive LAS VEGAS -- Team USA will cut four players by Monday, and I am going to give you my best educated guess as to who those four players will be.

A couple are easy to predict, a couple are not. So I'll give you a list of six, with my top cut choices are listed one through four.

Tyreke Evans: Missed final two days of practice and Saturday night's public scrimmage with a sore ankle, making for an easy decision as to which of Team USA's many talented point guards can be trimmed from the mix.

Danny Granger: Was good, not great, among a field of wing players in which someone needed to standout. The player who did that was Andre Iguodala.

Gerald Wallace: If anyone Saturday night played himself off the 15-man roster for training camp in New York, it was him. No rebounds, no blocks, no steals, 0-for-4 on 3s in 12:27 of playing time.

Eric Gordon: On the opposite end of the spectrum, Gordon may have bought himself some time. Was a sparkplug, made 4-of-7 3s and had two steals. Brings a toughness that is difficult to discard.

O.J. Mayo: Like Gordon, he played as though he knew his job was on the line: 18 points, seven boards, 3-for-6 on 3s. Fits the way this team wants to play, but hard to see him making final 12.

JaVale McGee: The hard part about cutting him is they don't have anyone else like him - a jumping-jack 7-footer who can spell Tyson Chandler at center. And with Brook Lopez playing poorly while still recovering from mononucleosis, it's difficult to discard a big with a unique skill set.

Team USA managing director Jerry Colangelo said the team was leaning toward bringing as many as 15 players to Europe after playing an exhibition game against France at Madison Square Garden on Aug. 15 and a closed scrimmage against China sometime in the second week of August.

The thinking on bringing 15 across the pond is this: The final 12-man roster for the World Championship in Turkey does not have to be submitted until Aug. 26, and the U.S. federation will want to have a longer look at some of the bubble guys (and have extra players on hand in case of injuries) during a tough three-game exhibition tour -- a back-to-back against Lithuania and Spain on Aug. 21-22 in Madrid, and a game against Greece in Athens on Aug. 25.

Team USA opens the Worlds with three games in three nights Aug. 28-30 against Croatia, Slovenia and Brazil. The schedule then gets super-easy, with an off day Aug. 31, a back-to-back against Iran and Tunisia Sept. 1-2 to close out the first round, then four consecutive days off (if they win Group B) before their Round of 16 single-elimination game Sept. 6. (If the Americans finish 2nd in Group B, they'd play Sept. 5. If they finish 3rd, they'd play Sept. 7).

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Splitter postpones practice with Brazilian basketball team


Tiago Splitter said on Sunday that he will arrive later than planned for the Brazilian national basketball team practices in the city of Rio de Janeiro.

Recently signed by NBA team the San Antonio Spurs, Splitter will miss the Brazilian national team's second week of practice.

Team head coach Ruben Magnano of Argentina, had expected the forward who was recently named MVP of the Spanish league, would arrive in Brazil on July 23. However, Splitter said he still has some unfinished business to take care of in his new home in Texas. The coach hopes him to come by July 28 in order to form a rhythm with the rest of the team.

Magnano is preparing the national team for the upcoming World Championships in Turkey in August. On August 5, the team will travel to the country's capital city Brasilia for the Super Four tournament with Angola, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Brazil's debut in the World Championships will be on August 28 against Iran. The team is in Group B along with Croatia, Slovenia

Brazil Pre-Selection Roster World ChampionshipsImage IPB

As Brazil’s Men’s National Basketball Team starts their preparation for the 2010 World Championships in Turkey, the pre-selection roster has been announced with a few additions NBA players joining later in July. Brazil will be participating in the South American Championship which will be played from July 26-31 in Colombia, with the top four sides sealing spots in next year’s FIBA Americas Championship.


  • Hátila Passos
  • Murilo Becker
  • Rafael Ferreira
  • João Paulo Batista
  • Bruno Fiorotto
  • Marcus Vieira “Marquinhos”
  • Lucas Cipolini
  • Carlos Alexandre Nascimento “Olivinha”
  • André Stefanelli
  • Jonathan Tavernari
  • André Luiz Goes
  • Arthur Belchior
  • Audrei Parisotto
  • André Luiz Brugger “Manteguinha”
  • Carlos Cobos
  • Eduardo Machado
  • Luiz Felipe Lemes
  • Vitor Benite
  • Fúlvio Chiantia and Welington Santos “Nezinho”
  • Tiago Splitter
  • Marcelo Huertas

Brazil Men Begin New Week of Training Camp

The Brazilian Men’s National Basketball Team, sponsored by Eletrobras, started training on Sunday July 25th at 18 hours, even without the pivot Tiago Splitter. The team begins the second week of preparation towards the World Championships in Turkey, at the Marina Club Bar, after a short break.The men’s team will train in Rio de Janeiro until the 4th of August. On August 5th, the team will land in Brasília , where they will play the Super Four Tournament against Angola, Uruguay and Venezuela.

World in Turkey, Brazil, which is in Group B, headquartered in Istanbul debut against Iran, on August 28. The national team still faces the first round to Croatia, Slovenia, Tunisia and the United States.

BRAZILIAN MEN TEAM ROSTER


  • Hattil Steps
  • Anderson Varejao (USA)
  • Maybyner Hilario “Nene”
  • Tiago Splitter
  • Lucas Nogueira “Baby”
  • Marcus Vieira “Marquinhos
  • Guilherme Giovannoni
  • Jordan Burger
  • Marcelo Machado
  • Leandro Barbosa
  • Alex Garcia
  • Marcelo Huertas
  • Paul Boracini
  • Raul Neto Togni
Coaching Staff

  • Director: Vanderlei Mazzuchini
  • Coach: Rubén Magnano
  • Assistants: Jose Alves Neto and Fernando Duró

SCHEDULE OF TRAINING

Sunday (July 25th)
18h to 20h – workout

Monday (July 26th)
9:45 a.m. to 10:45 – Academy
10:45 to 12:30 – Training
18h to 20h – workout

Tuesday (July 27)
9:45 a.m. to 10:45 – Academy
10:45 to 12:30 – Training
18h to 20h – workout

Wednesday (July 27th)
Morning – off
18h to 20h – workout


Friendly Games Schedule Prior Turkey 2010
  • Presentation in Rio de Janeiro – July 19
  • Practice at the Marina Club – July 20 to August 4
  • Travel to Brasilia – August 5
  • Super 4 in Brasilia (DF) – 7 and August 8 – Brazil, Angola, Uruguay and Venezuela
  • Travel to New York – August 9 (night)
  • **** Tournament in New York (USA) – Brazil vs. China (12th) and Brazil vs. Puerto Rico (13)
  • Travel to Spain – August 13
  • Tournament in Spain, Logrono – Brazil vs Argentina (16th) and Brazil vs. Spain (17)
  • Travel to France – August 19
  • Tournament of France, Lyon – 22-24 August – Australia, Virgin Islands and France
  • 16th World Championships in Turkey, Istanbul – from August 28 to September 12


Friendly Game Pre-Turkey: Italy vs CroatiaImage IPB
Posted by Coach on July 26, 2010 0 Comments Friendly game played on 24th of July 2010 in Poreč, Croatia. Italy played this game preparing for qualifications for next Eurobasket while Croatia as a preparation game for upcoming World Championship in Turkey. Much younger than usual, this Croatian team came up with a big win by 17 points but there are still some things to be worked on in next weeks. Young players like Tomić, Bogdanović, Žorić, finally got the chance to play for their national team and they played on a high level.




Croatia Preliminary Squad Released
Croatia National Head Coach Josip Vrankovic announced the 17-man Preliminary Squad of their country that will be participating in the upcoming 2010 FIBA World Basketball Championship that will start on August 28 in Turkey.The new National Head Coach named an almost new squad, only retaining six players from the team that competed in the 2009 EuroBasket in Poland.

Toronto Raptors Roko Ukic will banner the team this year. The 25-year old Croatian averaged 3.1 points in limited playing time for Toronto.

Former National Team players Marko Tomas and Stanko Barac are back in the fold after missing the competition last year due to injuries. Both of them are key players of Croatia in the previous international tournament that they participate in.

The 23-year old Barac is still questionable though because he is still nursing a back injury but Coach Vrankovic, who replaced Jasmin Repesa after the EuroBasket, is hoping that he will be healthy before travelling to Turkey.

“Doctors have estimated that with therapy and exercise, Barac should be ready for the start of preparations on July 15,” Vrankovic said.

“We will see at what intensity he is able to participate. He’s an interesting player for the future of the Croatian national team, so we have opted to wait in this situation.” He added.

After having an impressive season with Real Madrid, Ante Tomic was also included in the squad. He had an outstanding scoring season for the Spanish giants this year.

Croatia was drawn in Group B and will play against USA, Slovenia, Brazil, Iran, and Tunisia in the preliminary rounds of the World Basketball Championship.

Croatia Preliminary Squad for the World Basketball Championship

(Turkey – August 28 to September 12)

  • Roko-Leni Ukic (Fenerbahce Ulker)
  • Zoran Planinic (BC Khimki)
  • Marco Popovic (Unics Kazan)
  • Davor Kus (Benetton Treviso)
  • Marko Thomas (Fenerbahce Ulker)
  • Bojan Bogdanovic (Cibona Zagreb)
  • Hrvoje Peric (Zadar)
  • Rok Stipcevic (Zadar)
  • Krunoslav Simon (Zagreb)
  • Kresimir Loncar (Unics Kazan)
  • Marco Banic (Bilbao)
  • Stanko Barac (Caja Laboral)
  • Ante Tomic (Real Madrid)
  • Luka Zoric (Zagreb)
  • Vedan Vukusic (Cibona Zagreb)
  • Mario Delas (Zalgiris)
  • Leon Radosevic (Cibona Zagreb)


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Slovenia Pinning Hopes on Dragic
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Slovenia National Team Head Coach Memi Becirovic and the rest of the team are hopeful that Goran Dragic will be with them when they compete in the 2010 FIBA World Basketball Championships in Turkey on August 28.The two-year NBA player played for the Phoenix Suns last season and he averaged 7.9 points and 3 assists per game as a backup to Steve Nash. In the Playoffs, Dragic helped the Suns reach the Western Conference Finals after averaging 7.6 points per game but they were eventually defeated by the Los Angeles Lakers in six games.

Becirovic said that he and Dragic has a constant communication and he has also been in touch with the management of the Phoenix Suns.

“Phoenix’s assistant general manager David Griffin said that Dragic has a great desire to wear the green and white jersey this summer. He will have a medical examination in early July and if he passes it, there will be no obstacles for him joining the national team.” Becirovic said.

The 24-year old point guard played a key role in the Suns’ success this season. In Game 3 of their Western Conference Semifinals against the San Antonio Spurs, Dragic erupted for 26 points in just 17 minutes of playing time.

He was also impressive in the Game 4 of their series against the Lakers after tallying eight points and eight assists in just 18 minutes on the court to help the Suns tie the series at 2-2.

Slovenia is also counting on their Key Players which are currently playing in Italy like Uros Slokar and Sani, who is the son of coach Becirovic. The Slovenian Basketball Federation has confirmed that both of them are willing to don the National Team jersey in the biggest tournament in Basketball.

Slovenia was drawn in Group B together with perennial powerhouse USA, Brazil, Iran, and Tunisia. They will be banking on the support of their countrymen who traveled last year to Poland just to cheer on their National Squad.

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[font="""]Slovenia outscores Macedonia in a scrimmage game - Jul 22, 2010 (by Zeljko Zule)[/font]
[font="""]Slovenia defeated Macedonia in a scrimmage game [/font][font="""]95-68[/font][font="""]. [/font][font="""]Bostjan Nachbar[/font][font="""] [/font][font="""]Image IPB[/font][font="""] (207-G/F-80, agency: [/font][font="""]Interperformances[/font][font="""]) scored 13 points, Jaka Klobucar and Dino Muric added 12 each and Uros Slokar 11. Macedonian Pero Antic led all scorers with 17 points.
SLOVENIA 95 (32+27+24+12): *Slokar 11, *Lakovic 8, S.Udrih, *Becirovic 9, Klobucar 12, *Nachbar 13, *Vidmar 7, Rizvic 7, Krusic 2, Z.Dragic 5, D.Muric 12.
MACEDONIA 68 (21+11+20+16): Karadzovski 2, *Mirakovski, *Sokolov 5, Kostovski 1, *V.Stojanovski 3, D.Stojanovski 6, Simonovski, *Gecevski 15, *Antic 17, Gocevski, Cekovski 12, Samardziski 7.
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Image IPB [font="""]Slovenia lost its first warm-up fame - Jul 21, 2010 (by Zeljko Zule)[/font]
[font="""]In the first of two warm-up games, Slovenia went down[/font][font="""] 69-70 [/font][font="""]to Macedonia. Todor Gecevski hit the game-winning shot with 5 seconds left. Slovenia called timeout and two short field goal attempts by Jaka Lakovic and Gasper Vidmar failed to recapture the lead in the closing seconds. [/font][font="""]Primoz Brezec[/font][font="""] [/font][font="""]Image IPB[/font][font="""] (216-F/C-79) scored game high 17 points on shooting 6-of-7 from the field, Samo Udrih added 11 points and Gasper Vidmar 10. Slovenia shot 19-of-24 for 2-points and just 5-of-20 behind the 3-point line.
SLOVENIA 69 (20+13+20+16): *Slokar 5, *Lakovic 9, *S.Udrih 11, Becirovic 5, Klobucar, *Nachbar 3, Jagodnik 7, Zupan, Vidmar 10, *Brezec 17, Rizvic, Z.Dragic 2.
MACEDONIA 70 (17+22+19+12): Karadzovski 9, *Mirakovski 7, *Sokolov 7, Kostovski 2, *V.Stojanovski 11, D.Stojanovski 7, Simonovski, *Gecevski 15, Antic DNP, Gocevski 2, *Cekovski 5, Samardziski 5.
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[font="""]Beno Udrih leaves National Team - Jul 21, 2010 (by Zeljko Zule)[/font]
[font="""]Experienced NBA guard [font="""]Beno Udrih[/font][font="""] (194-G-82) of Sacramento Kings is refusing to play for the Slovenian National Team in 2010 World Championship, citing differences of opinion with new head coach [/font][font="""]Mehmed Becirovic[/font][font="""]. Becirovic already choose captain [/font][font="""]Jaka Lakovic[/font][font="""] (186-G-78) as starter over Udrih who was unhappy with his role on the team and is eager to play more.
Udrih averaged 13.0 points, 4.7 assists and 2.8 rebounds in 79 NBA games last season while Lakovic averaged 5.6 points, 1.4 assists and 0.8 rebounds in 25 games of Spanish ACB League and 6.2 points, 1.3 assists and 0.8 rebounds in 19 Euroleague games.
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Iranian Men National Team

Hamed Afagh
190-G-83Mahram
Amir Amini189-G-84Petrochimi
Rouzbeh Arghavan212-F/C-88Khorasan \
Ali Baheran186-G-86Zob Ahan
Javad Davari185-G-83Petrochimi
Saeid Davarpanah189-G-87Petrochimi
Aren Davoudi181-G-86Zob Ahan
Ali Doraghi209-C-84a.s Pipe
Mohammad Hassanzadeh201-F-90Saba
Mahdi Kamrani181-G-82Mahram
Asghar Kardoust210-C-86Azad
Arsalan Kazemi201-F-90Rice
Samad Nikkhah198-G/F-83Mahram
Oshin Sahakian201-F-86Zob Ahan
Hamed Sohrabnejad206-C/F-83Mahram
Pooya Tadjik204-F/C-80BEEM
Iman Zandi186-G-81a.s Pipe

Veselin Matic Head CoachSagesse
Safa Ali Kamalian AssistantPetrochimi Mehran Hatami AssistantAzad

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Colengelo evaluates Team preparation

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Team USA announces the 15 names Roster for the World Championship
in Turkey:
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Le Temps:

Basketball - Championnat du monde
Trop forts, ces Turcs Après une semaine et demie de compétition, une question s'impose: que faire contre la Turquie ? Franchement, pas grand-chose. L'équipe de France n'avait pas trouvé de solutions en huitièmes de finale. En quarts, mercredi soir à Istanbul, la Slovénie est elle aussi restée bouche bée (95-68).

Devant son public, et avec des joueurs d'une grande réussite (71% à deux points, 59% à trois points), les Turcs sont-selon sports.fr- pour l'instant imprenables. Il n'y a absolument rien qui puisse les perturber. La Serbie, tombeuse de l'Espagne sur le fil (92-89), aura peut-être plus d'arguments ce soir en demi-finales. Espérons-le, ne serait-ce que pour le suspense.






Car entre Turcs et Slovènes, il n'y en a pas du tout. En un quart-temps, l'affaire était pliée, repassée et rangée au fond du placard. Dix premières minutes de pure folie dans la Sinan Erdem Arena qui ont vu les joueurs de Bogdan Tanjevic calmer d'entrée leurs adversaires avec un 4/5 derrière l'arc. Nachbar a résisté comme il a pu, mais en regardant le tableau d'affichage au moment de regagner son banc pour la première fois (27-14, 10e), il savait déjà que l'aventure s'arrêterait là pour lui et ses partenaires. Cruel mais logique. Un collectif blindé

Meilleure défense de ce Championnat du monde 2010, "son" Mondial, la Turquie n'a pas montré la moindre faille. Il faut dire qu'avec une vingtaine de points d'avance dès le milieu du deuxième quart, les éventuels défauts ne sautent pas aux yeux. N'empêche, avec deux armes de destruction massive comme Ilyasova (19 points, 5 rebonds) et Turkoglü, et des joueurs de complément du calibre de Güler, Onan, Erden et Tunçeri, le collectif turc est blindé jusqu'à la moelle. Malgré les efforts de Becirovic avant la pause, les coéquipiers de Lakovic s'en sont aperçus et étant punis à chaque fois qu'ils ont tenté de réagir (50-31, 20e).

Le troisième quart-temps, également à sens unique, n'a été qu'une formalité de plus pour les Turcs, qui ont encore accentué leur avance. Le gène du relâchement n'est visiblement pas dans l'ADN d'Ilyasova, qui en a profité pour compléter sa feuille de statistiques, et Erden a enfoncé le clou d'un dunk massif qui a fini d'assommer les hommes de Mehmed Becirovic (71-43, 30e). Comme face aux Bleus au tour précédent, la Turquie a ensuite à peine calmé le jeu, permettant à la Slovénie, guidée par Nachbar (16 points, 3 rebonds) et Becirovic (16 points, 4 rebonds) de sauver un peu la face. Un moindre mal, tellement elle a été piétinée. Reste à voir si la Serbie saura faire mieux. Avant, peut-être, une finale contre les Etats-Unis qu'ici, tout le monde attend.




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Quelle honte, quasiment aucun média tunisien ne parle ce la préparartion de L'EN de basket
tout ça bien sur parce que taraji n'a pas de section basket et que le k.leeb n'a pas de joueurs de haut niveau

alors moi j'en parle :

L'EN de basket, en préparation du Mondial , a disputé récemment un tournoi à Calais en France :
Le stage de Calais (France) s'est achevé le Lundi et à la clé 4 matchs

Tunisie - Angleterre 77 - 52 (Calais)

Tunisie -Finlande 68 - 92 (Calais)

Tunisie - Côte d'Ivoire 67 - 63 (Dunkerque)

Belgique Tunisie 58 - 61 (Ostende/ Belgique).




Le cinq National continu sa préparation pour les championnats du monde de Basket, le groupe sera à partir de ce soir à la ville de Pau après un atterrissage à l’aéreport de Toulouse. L’équipe deTunisie affrontera en amicale son homologue Française le Samedi 7 Août à partir de 19H45 H.T. Le match sera diffusé en Direct sur Nessma TV.

Le Sélectionneur Adel Tlatli a retenu 15 joueurs et ce après la blessure de Zied Channoufi qui a pris le chemin de retour vers l’Allemagne pour un contrôle médical. Juste après le match de samedi, notre sélection s’envolera pour Paris où ils séjourneront jusqu’au 14 Août 2010. Voici la liste des joueurs convoqués

Amine Rezig (Talaa Jaiech, Egypte), Marouene Kechrid (Amel Sportif Esaouira, Maroc), Naim Dhaifallah (Misr Insurance, Egypte), Atef Maoua (Huelva la Luzhelva Espagne), Bechir Hadidane, Mohamed Hadidane, Anis Hadidane et Nizar Kenioua (S.Nabeulien), Hamdi Braa, Salah Mejri, Makrem Ben Romdhane et Zied Toumi (ES Sahel), Mokhtar Ghayaza (ES Rades), Marouane Lahmar (C.Africain), Marouane Laghnej (JS Kairouan), Radhouane Slimane (Nasr Club UAE)
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JaVale McGee returns to Team USA roster
JaVale McGee is back on Team USA, one week after he was cut from the squad. The Wizards center was added to the roster after New Jersey's Brook Lopez withdrew from the team.

Lopez, who has been recovering from mono, told USA Basketball officials Wednesday he did not believe he was in good enough condition to take part in training camp next week in New York, the Associated Press reported.

McGee joins Tyson Chandler as the only centers on the U.S. roster heading into next week's camp.

The United States will have to cut the team down to 12 players when it competes at the FIBA World Championships in Turkey from Aug. 28 to Sept. 12.


var entrycat = ''By Washington Post Sports | August 5, 2010; 9:09 AM ET




China takes revenge on Iran basketball team
Tehran Times Sports Desk
China got revenge on Iran in the Stankovic Continental Cup on Sunday after losing to this team in the final match of the 2009 FIBA Asia Championship.

The host China, who had defeated Iran 86-64 in Day Two of the event, overpowered the Asian champion again, this time 76-58, and finished third.

Iran had already been beaten by Slovenia and Australia in the tournament in Liuzhou and finished in last place.

Iran is preparing itself for the 2010 FIBA World Championship which will be hosted by Turkey from August 28 to September 12, 2010



[font="""]Slovenia Reaped Laurel for The Second Time - Aug 1, 2010 (by Eurobasket News)[/font]
[font="""]Slovenia capped Austria 71-60 in the final showdown on August 1st, becoming the champion of Stankovic continental Cup for the second time.
Primoz Brezec scored two points for Slovenia in the opening minutes before Worthington shot behind the arc. Australia then played a 7-2 run. With
[/font][font="""]Samo Udrih[/font][font="""] [/font][font="""]Image IPB[/font][font="""] (195-G-79) 's impressive performance, Slovenia fought tooth and nail, trimming the deficit to one point. Australia took a modest lead, 16-12 heading into the second quarter.
Australia extended its lead by an early tip-in of Baynes before
[/font][font="""]Goran Dragic[/font][font="""] (194-G-86, agency: [/font][font="""]Interperformances[/font][font="""]) found touch behind the arc. Slovenia outscored later 24-23 in the second quarter thanks to its shooting charge from both inside and outside presence. Australia trailed, 29-27 at the end of the first half.
Two teams ties the score three times in the third quarter before a three-pointer barrage made Slovenia stood out, prevailing 43-34. They poured in 5 points later as Australia managed to catch up. Slovenia bolted to 49-42 at the end of the third quarter.

The final quarter was intense. Baynes made a jump shot before Dragic buried a three-pointer for Australia. Slovenia kept Australia in check, though Australia shot from the field in a row. Austria mounted a rally then, cutting the deficit to 5 points. As Slovenia extended its lead to 65-57, Australia called timeout, which didn't work well. Eventually, Slovenia reaped the final success, outscoring Australia 71-60.
Courtesy of: http://bscup.tom.com
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0-0 !!! eyyyh chnowa najmou, lool !!!

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[font="""]Becker and Nezinho added to the Brazil NT training camp - Aug 6, 2010 (by Mel Devonne)[/font]
[font="""]Rio de Janeiro-
Murilo Becker and Nezinho have joined the Brazil's training camp ahead
of the FIBA World Championship after helping Brazil to gold at the South America Championship.
Becker is a 26 year old center and Nezinho is a 29year old back court player.
Brazil wlll have a draw in the World Championships in group B with
Iran, Croatia, Slovenia, the United States and Tunisia.
Brazil will also play this weekend in a Super4 tornament against Angola, Chile and Venezuela.
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Salam,

Ya jm3a 3atiwouna les dates des matchs etc...Personne n'est au courant de cette compétition fel bled tkoulech 3alina m3ana ken el koura!
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Salam,

Ya jm3a 3atiwouna les dates des matchs etc...Personne n'est au courant de cette compétition fel bled tkoulech 3alina m3ana ken el koura!

Voici le calendrier de cette compétition : lien
Tous réunis pour remporter des titres.

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Here is all the Program:

http://turkey2010.fi...p/schedule.html

RABBI MAANA
FORZA TUNISIA




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