@ABA_League Supercup Final #ABALiga: First trophy for @kkcrvenazvezda
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@ABA_League Supercup Final #ABALiga: First trophy for @kkcrvenazvezda

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After beating Cedevita (68 – 79) in the semi-finals of the ABA League Supercup, Crvena Zvezda won the first trophy in the season by winning 75 – 89 against Budućnost. In the First semi-finals Budućnost was facing another Serbian team, Partizan, and after the overtime celebrated with a score of 87 – 90. But, the only EuroLegaue team in the regional league (Budućnost) didn’t have the strength to celebrate against the excellent Red and Whites (Crvena Zvezda). The First half decided the winner of the match because after 20 minutes Milan Tomić’s squad was leading by 25 (57 – 32). The Montenegrin team took control of the game in the second half, but the team didn’t have the strength to score the victory in Laktaši (Republika Srpska, part of Bosnia and Herzegovina). The Red and Whites played excellent during the finals and manage to get even for the lost in

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@ABA_League Super Cup Semi-finals #ABALiga: @KKCedevita – @kkcrvenazvezda

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In the second day of the ABA League Super Cup, Cedevita (a Croatian team) was better than Zadar (a team from Croatia) with a score of 85 – 77, while Crvena Zvezda (a squad from Serbia) won 86 – 60 against Olimpija (a Slovenian squad). So, after Partizan (a Sebian squad) – Budućnost (a Montenegrin team), the second semi-finalists are Cedevita (from Zagreb) and Red and Whites (from Belgrade, Serbia). Cedevita have successfully started their 2018-2019 season by beating Zadar in the 2018 ABA League Quarterfinals. Although they haven’t really presented their best performance, the Orange squad can be quite satisfied with the way they looked in their 1st official game. With no less than 8 new players in the team, the team from Zagreb showed some great teamwork, so their fans can definitely be excited about the new season. The best scorer in the winning team was James Bell

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@ABA_League Super Cup Semi-finals: @PartizanBC against @KKBuducnostVOLI

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In the first two quarter-final games of the ABA League Super Cup, Partizan (Serbian club) won against Mornar (Montenegrin club) 77 – 91, while Budućnost (club from Montenegro) was better than Igokea (Club from the Republika Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina), with a score of 90 – 86. The second semi-finalists will be known after the games between Cedevita and Zadar (both teams from Croatia) and between Crvena Zvezda (team from Serbia) and Olimpija (Slovenian team). The Super Cup is taking place in Laktaši (a town in the Republika Srpska), where Igokea is hosting the eight best teams from the previous season of the regional league. Even though the team from Bosnia had home court advantage, that didn’t help in the game against the only EuroLeague squad from the ABA League (Budućnost). The Match between Partizan and Mornar opened the tournament, and in the first game the Black and Whites

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@FIBA Window #FIBAWC: Important victory for Serbia as home team (Bjelica MVP)

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Serbia won 91 – 65 against Estonia in a very important game of the World Cup 2019 Qualifications in the “Aleksandar Nikolić” Sports Hall. Great part of the victory was due to the excellent support from 5700 people in Pionir (“Alekdandar Nikolić” Sports Hall). Leading scorer in the home team (and MVP of the game) was Nemanja Bjelica with 14 points. The Sacramento Kings player also added 6 rebounds. Vladimir Lučić scored 11, while Stevan Jelovac and Miroslav Raduljica finished the match with 10 points each. At the other side, Indrek Kajupank (from Estonia) scored 17 points (11 in the first half). Two more players had double-digits score and both of them made 12 points: Sander Raieste and Maik-Kalev Kotsar. The Starting five for Serbia was Stefan Jović, Bogdan Bogdanović, Lučić, Bjelica and Nikola Milutinov, and the first points were scored by Bogdanović (3 points) who, soon after, went to

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@FIBA Window: Greece 7 – 0, Serbia 4 – 3 after the game in Crete (Bogdanović)

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The Serbian national team lost 70 – 63 against Greece in the second part of the World Cup 2019 Qualifications. Aleksandar Đorđević’s squad didn’t show enough energy in Crete against the first team in the Group L. On paper, Serbia had a respectable team but without enough time during preparations process and especially without any friendly games Greece was too strong. Bogdan Bogdanović and company scored only 2 points in the crucial minutes. Also, the team showed lack of communication in defence and maybe that was the main reason why Serbia lost. And the fact that Greeks were guarding Bogdanović very well while his teammates didn’t have any other solution but to pass him the ball in offence. The Sacramento Kings shooting guard (Bogdanović) was the best scorer with 19 points while Stefan Jović (Munich point guard) finished the match with 11. On the other side, Nick Calathes and Georgios

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ACB tour is over: @PartizanBC won in one out of five games (#KKPartizan, Shengelia)

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Partizan BC finished its preparation games in Spain and will return to Belgrade with one victory, against Angola national squad, and 4 losses, against Baskonia, Zaragoza, Tenerife and Barcelona. Even though the team from Belgrade lost in all four games against the ACB teams it was a good pre-season practice process because the Black and Whites were able to play against two EuroLeague teams: Baskonia and Barcelona. It was an opportunity for the young squad to play against excellent and much famous players and get the chance to learn from them. The first game Partizan played was against Baskonia and the final result of that game was 91 – 54 for the ACB squad. In that game, the only double-digits scorer in the Black and Whites squad was Jock Landale (C) with 10 points. Tornike Shengelia (PF), from Baskonia, finished the game with 27 points. The next two games that

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@FIBA Window: Đorđević is taking 14 players to Greece 16 (Bjelica, Bogdanović)

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The Serbian national team went to Crete to face Greece in the 4th window of the World Cup 2019 Qualification. The Head coach Aleksandar Đorđević decided to take all 14 players that were preparing for the games against Greece and Estonia. After nine days of the preparation process Đorđević knows who will play against Greece and said that his team is expecting a tough game. Two players are out from the announced 16: Dejan Todorović because his team (Murcia) didn’t allow him to be with his Serbian teammates from the beginning and Ilija Đoković, who is already in Čačak where he is preparing for the new season with Borac. “All of them will travel to Greece, all 14 players. Of course, we have an idea of who will play, Greece is a huge challenge for everyone. Lots of us are without a game for a long time, not all players

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September Window: Đorđević unveils 16 players roster (@FIBA, Bjelica, Bogdanović)

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The Head coach of the Serbian national team, Aleksandar Đorđević, announced the national selection that will compete in the September window of the European Qualifiers 2017-2019 games for the FIBA Basketball World Cup China 2019. Despite the fact that Boban Marjanović (Center, C), Miloš Teodosić (Point guard – Shooting guard, PG – SG) and Nikola Jokić (C) won’t play for the national team, the Serbian squad is ready for the new challenges. The First two mentioned players won’t play due the decision of their club, Los Angeles Clippers, and Jokić decided not to play due to unknown reasons. The Serbian national team will include, among others, Sacramento Kings Nemanja Bjelica (Power forward – Small forward, PF – SF) and Bogdan Bogdanović (SG), while plenty EuroLeague players had made the cut. The Serbian 16-men squad is the following: Stefan Jović (PG) from Munich, Vasilije Micić (PG, who played 2 of the

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Fourth window is getting closer, Đorđević announced preliminary squad (@FIBAWC)

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The head coach of the Serbian national team, Aleksandar Đorđević, announced the preliminary squad for the fourth qualification window for the World Cup 2019 in China and 24 names are on the list. The Serbian men team will play against Greece (September 13th) and Estonia (September 16th) in this window. The match against Greece will be played in Iraklion (Crete) and the one against Estonia, in Belgrade. Among the 24 players there are players from EuroLeague teams and from NBA teams, so if they accept the invitation, it will be a great opportunity for basketball lovers to see the best Serbian players on the court. The preparation process for the games against Greece and Estonia will start on September 2nd in Belgrade, where the team will stay until the trip to Crete. Only 12 players will be chosen to play in the fourth window and the Serbian coach will choose

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Croatia made it to the second round, still can dream about World Cup (@FIBAWC)

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Croatian team made it to the second round of World Cup Qualification by beating Romania with a score of 63 – 90. This was a “to be or not to be” game for Croatia because they needed a victory against the team from Romania due to their loss in February against the same rival, but now Drazen Anzulovic’s squad had help from NBA players and they played their roles excellently. Croatia is still on the road for one spot at the World Cup 2019 in China. Dario Saric and Ivica Zubac, combined, scored 42 points (22 from Saric and 20 from Zubac) and 21 rebounds (12 from the player from Philadelphia and 9 from the LA Lakers player). Their teammate, Bojan Bogdanovic, from Indiana Pacers, didn’t have a shooting night and finished the game with 8 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists. The same number of assists had Dario Saric.

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