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« Reply #39 on: Oct 31, 2012, 02:45:31 AM »

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Search is on for new coaches as Great Britain Basketball plan for future

Great Britain is looking to turn the page and write a brand new chapter as it continues its’ search for new coaching staff to take the national teams through the next Olympic cycle and towards the ultimate destination of Rio in 2016.

Whoever gets the nod will find it tough trying to replicate the relative success delivered by previous play-callers.

The duo helped Great Britain to become competitive at the elite level and vastly improved both the men and womens' respective standing in Europe.

But GB Basketball Performance Director Chris Spice explained that the British teams are witnessing exciting times and that the current availabilities provide a great opportunity for whoever decides to jump into the respective hot-seats.

"The 2012 Games were a fantastic catalyst for the sport, but we see this as very much the beginning for the programme, not the end," says Spice.

"We plan to invest more than ever before, have a wider pool of talent to choose from, and have world class players competing every week in the best leagues in the world.

"The head coaches will have a proven track record in international basketball and understand what it takes to move us up the world rankings"

He continued, "We are looking for inspirational leaders, good communicators and teachers, and coaches who are able to relate to our players and build an outstanding performance culture that is required to succeed at the highest levels of our sport."

Fans in Great Britain will no doubt be anxious to see who will take the reins, but they will have to be patient since the closing date for applications is still four weeks away.

Whoever is eventually installed in each role will at least get to step out at a major tournament next summer at either EuroBasket Women in France during June and EuroBasket in Slovenia during September.

In the medium to longer term, GB Basketball will be hoping the London 2012 Olympic Games have inspired a new generation of young British athletes, all eager to take part in the sport.

And, after five years of continuous UK Sport funding and investment, there is an integrated pathway for young talent to make their way through to the elite Great Britain squads.

Although for now though, sights are firmly set on finding the right persons to move each of these two senior national teams forward.

Further information about the search for the new coaching staff is available on the GB Basketball website.


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« Reply #38 on: Jul 24, 2012, 07:24:55 PM »

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« Reply #37 on: Jun 26, 2012, 07:28:22 AM »

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It’s all about teamwork for Zouros, Printezis

There wasn't much to dislike for Greece coach Ilias Zouros in Lithuania last weekend.

Returning to the country where he led the Greeks through a difficult 24-team EuroBasket last summer to a sixth-place finish, one that guaranteed the side a place in the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament (OQT), Zouros steered his side to friendly victories over Russia (66-63) and Lithuania (82-70).

Greece were not at full strength as they continued their warm-up period for the OQT in Caracas, Venezuela.

Ioannis Bourousis and Antonis Fotsis (both Olimpia Milano) and Nikos Zisis (Montepaschi Siena) were still involved in the Italian play-off finals.

But no matter which players are on the court, Zouros expects the squad to execute.

"The first thing we can say is that we still have work to do," Zouros said.

"We can fix many things and show more on the court.

"You could see it some pieces in the attack. We must insist more from the defensive rebounds.

"But I am very pleased with the effort of all players, and their teamwork.”

Playing as a team, Zouros stressed, is the only way they will be successful next month at the OQT.

"Everyone showed (in Lithuania over the weekend) that they know very well that it's the team that wins,” Zouros said.

“They know that when we unite and fight together, we win.

"It is something that the national team has shown and proven many times in the past."

A willingness to play collectively and not as individuals has been the secret to Greece’s success in the past.

Seven years ago, the players captured the gold medal at the EuroBasket in Belgrade by remaining focused and working together.

The following year, Greece shocked the United States in the Semi-Finals of the FIBA World Championship in Japan.

In 2008, Greece's team play secured one of three spots at the OQT in Athens for the Beijing Games.

Return of Printezis

One of the players that was crucial in that 2008 team was Georgios Printezis.

Printezis, who scored the winning shot in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final against CSKA Moscow last month for Olympiacos and then helped his side beat Panathinaikos in the Greek play-off finals, didn't play for the national team last summer in Lithuania.

But he’s now back in the squad and clearly an important player as it gets ready to face Puerto Rico and Jordan in Group A of the OQT.

"So far things are positive," he said.

"We're working a lot and will keep working.

"We have to correct some details that should allow each of us to reach his best."

According to Printezis, Zouros is pulling all the right strings in the preparations.

"The coach helps us, helps everyone to take advantage of his strong points to the benefit of the team and to help the team get the qualification its wants," Printezis said.

"We want to play a nice, modern basketball and we expect the other players who had obligations in the Italian Championship to fit in when they get here."

As for his return, Printezis said: "Although I was not in the national team last year, I know most of the players," he said.

"I have no problem adapting, assimilating things every day and all of us are trying our best."

As Greece are bringing back the three players that just competed in the Italian finals, a series just won by Montepaschi Siena 4-1, Zouros has decided to release Panathinaikos big man Ian Vougioukas and former Greece U20 standout Zisis Sarikopoulos from the squad.


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« Reply #36 on: May 25, 2012, 07:45:04 PM »

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« Reply #35 on: May 02, 2012, 06:58:59 PM »

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« Reply #34 on: Mar 22, 2012, 12:12:27 AM »

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Coaching changes and trades

Very bad week for the Team USA coaches as Mike Krzyzewski's Duke was upset and Mike D'Antoni and Nate McMillan watched some of their players quit on them which cost them their jobs!

Both New York and Portland were playing way below their potential and it looked like some veteran players were turning the locker room against the coaches.

Without their two stars, the Knicks played great D'Antoni ball during the Linsanity stretch so at least Mike can resign knowing it was possible if all the players bought in.

When Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudamire came back everything fell apart because they are both high-maintenance scorers and ball-stoppers who refused to play hard in Mike's equal opportunity offense and are historically noteworthy for their poor defense.

Haha, now for Mike Woodson they are both D-ing up and Stoudamire is cracking us up saying Woodson is a players coach! What? Who is more of a players coach than D'Antoni? He meant to say that Woodson is a STAR players coach!

As usual, we are to believe it was the coaches' fault. We now understand better why D'Antoni didn't want to make the Melo trade to begin with!

In Portland, the decision makers oddly traded away a couple of the locker room revolutionaries BUT also fired the coach. Why? After all the bad luck with injuries that Nate fought through the last few seasons to still get the Blazers into the playoffs, he would have deserved the role of rebuilder around the young players and some new players after cleaning house this summer.

What an irony that it was in Woodson's first game as Knicks coach that Portland gave up and lost by 42 points which sent Nate packing! Bad timing...

I've been a player, a coach and a player-coach on the pro level and I can certify that generally the players give up on the coach not the contrary! A few bad apples...The early firing of Paul Westphal by Sacramento is another glaring example.

Coaches in the NBA are fuses who make millions so there is nothing to cry about but, man, what a thankless, pressure-cooker job they have dealing with owners, divas and their entourages and that's without even mentionning the media and the new world of social networking where EVERYONE is an expert.

Let's move on and talk about the trade deadline which in my opinion was more about the trades that didn't happen rather than the ones that did.

No superstars ended up moving but the trades that took place favor considerably the two LA franchises.

The Lakers finally made a good move and adressed their weakness at point guard bringing in Ramon Sessions.

Same thing for the Clips who got the tall, young and athletic wing scorer Nick Young that they sorely needed after hobbling out of the starting blocks since the All-Star break.

Andrew Bogut for Monta Ellis was a win-win trade for the teams and the players involved.

I'll bet you that Young and Javale McGee turn into decent role players now that they have left the anarchy in Washington and will have winning teams with a good attitude to play for and to learn from.

Orlando saved the day despite Dwight Howard childishly hesitating right up to the last minute.

New Jersey-Brooklyn isn't looking too spry right now and when Deron Williams signs with Dallas this summer it's going to get worse.

The NBA's three best teams didn't budge which is what dominant teams are supposed to do!

A lot of the other trades were for salary cap purposes and please indulge me as I beg Denver and Charlotte to arrange quick buyouts for my French buddies Ronny Turiaf and Boris Diaw so they can sign on with playoff teams. These two warriors and team players deserve it because THEY never turned on THEIR coaches!

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« Reply #33 on: Feb 11, 2012, 02:18:11 AM »

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TURKEY - Yildizoglu and a nation dream

Ceyhun Yildizoglu didn't cut a happy figure after Galatasaray's recent blowout defeat to Ros Casares in the EuroLeague Women.

A surefire way to bring a smile to his face was to mention these words: Turkey national team.

Yildizoglu, the Galatasaray coach, is also in charge of the national side and last July in Lodz, Poland, the team shook up the basketball landscape by reaching the Final for the very first time.

They played in the game of the century against defending champions France and prevailed in amazing scenes, 68-62, after overtime.

"We had played against them maybe 10 times in the last two years," Yildizoglu said to

"Only one game we won.

"Before the game, I told my players, 'We can. We have a chance, because we have beaten Montenegro in the game before and they had been unbeaten'.

"I think against France, we played smart, (used) a special zone defense.

"But most important, our faith. We believed."

Turkey did not play as well against Russia in the title clash and lost, 59-42.

But they surpassed expectations just by making it to the gold-medal game.

"It was exciting, it was really good," Yildizoglu said.

"We played in the Final. It was like a dream. Now we have to continue.

"We'll play the qualification (FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament) in Turkey and it's a great chance for us.

"I trust my players.

"I hope that we will go to the Olympic Games."

Indeed, Turkey can do one of two things.

In Ankara and with a big home crowd behind them, they can take another step toward prominence by making it to London, or they can disappoint and not reach the Olympics.

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"We have to prove that the European Championship wasn't by chance," Yildizoglu said.

"At the end of the tournament, no one had expected us to play in the Final against Russia. We were a surprise.

"We want to go to London and our big dream is to get a medal.

"We can.

"Why not?"

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« Reply #32 on: Jan 28, 2012, 06:14:25 PM »

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« Reply #30 on: Jan 12, 2012, 06:53:35 PM »

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ARGENTINA - Lamas and the ‘people’s love for this national team’

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Argentina coach Julio Lamas is no different than any other basketball fan in his country.

He’s full of wonder, even amazement, when considering what the nation’s players have accomplished the past decade.

There is the silver medal at the 2002 FIBA World Championship in Indianapolis, and the gold at the Athens Games two years later.

In 2006, Argentina came in fourth at the World Championship in Japan and at the Beijing Olympics, they captured bronze.

Manu Ginobili has captured NBA titles with the San Antonio Spurs and Luis Scola is a solid power forward with Houston Rockets.

Where Lamas is different to other fans is that he has had two spells of leading the national team.

It’s why he pauses, smiles and becomes nostalgic when asked to look back at Argentina’s incredible run that saw them climb to the top of the FIBA World Rankings.

"When I coached them between 1997 and 1999, I thought they would do better,” he says, “that they were the best that I had ever seen representing our country.

“But I would lie if I said that I imagined that they would achieve the results they did at national level and at club level.”

If you were among the lucky ones and saw the national team before it took off, you will remember Lamas steering an Argentina team that included Fabricio Oberto, Manu Ginobili and Pepe Sanchez into the Quarter-Finals of the 1998 FIBA World Championship in Athens.

That trio, and others like Alejandro Montecchia, Ruben Wolkowisky, Hugo Sconochini, Andres Nocioni, Luis Scola and Carlos Delfino, hit the heights when capturing Olympic gold in Greece.

Lamas’ second stint

By returning to the helm for last year’s FIBA Americas Championship in Mar del Plata, Lamas was able to not only coach the country’s legends to a gold medal and secure a spot in next year’s Olympics.

He was able to reflect on the impact the national team has had on his country.

"People fell in love with this national team,” he says.

“They have transcended the basketball world and are known, accepted, respected and admired.

"They have played together from a young age and the past achievements united them.

“They enjoy playing together, they are very ambitious and have a very strong mentality.”

Argentina is an old national team, now.

The average age in the 12-man group playing last summer was more than 33 years.

Only two players, Delfino (29) and Juan Gutierrez (28), were under 30.

Yet Lamas, whose comments were carried in the Clarin newspaper, insists the players still have lofty aims when looking ahead to London.

"The mentality of these players will make sure that until we are out, we will try to win a medal,” he says.

And how conceivable is that in London, where the United States, Spain, France, Australia, Brazil, China, Tunisia and Great Britain await, with three more teams to clinch spots at the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament.

"It's a plus that in London you play alternate days,” Lamas says.

“But that also is a bonus for our opponents although for us it's especially good.

“In 2004 we didn't need it. Today we do.”

The plan for London

Ginobili, Nocioni, Scola and Delfino are locks to make the team.

Each played at the Athens Games.

But Lamas says fans shouldn’t think about the 2004 Olympic team when assessing the current squad.

"This team is more similar to that of Beijing than Athens," he says.

"We could have eight or nine players who featured at the last Olympics.

"In the shooting guard and forward positions, we have a very high level.

"Our point guard is (Pablo) Prigioni, which gives me a lot confidence.

"In London, I would like Scola to play more as a four (power forward) than five (center) and for Nocioni to play as a three (small forward).

“We have to develop another option in the center role and consolidate our guard that will be a second playmaker.”

Spain 2014

Lamas was brought into the national team set-up in part because his predecessor, Sergio Hernandez, did not want to commit to coaching the team beyond London.

"My part-time contract ends in September and the CABB (Argentina Basketball Confederation) will have to decide whether they extend it full time until after Spain 2014,” he says.

“I want to guide the national team at the FIBA World Championship in 2014.

“I want to be there. It would be a great challenge.

“We can continue to be competitive.

“We can continue to exploit results because this unique and fantastic team can continue to grow."


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« Reply #29 on: Jan 12, 2012, 06:48:49 PM »

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ARGENTINA - Julio Lamas: "Este equipo fantástico puede seguir rindiendo"

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Cuatro veces se interrumpirá la entrevista de 45 minutos porque a Julio Lamas, en Obras, lo saludan y le hablan todos los que le pasan cerca. Si bien el entrenador está en plena Liga Nacional, tiene su mente puesta en el domingo 29 de julio, día del debut de la Selección Nacional de básquetbol en los Juegos Olímpicos de Londres. Es, sin duda, el torneo de su vida. Y piensa en grande: “Como equipo, somos uno de los integrantes de la delegación argentina que aspira a competir por las medallas.

-¿Notás que a los jugadores ya se les prendió la llama olímpica?

-Sí, sí. La mentalidad de estos jugadores hará que hasta que no estemos descartados, intentaremos colgarnos una medalla.

-Más allá de los resultados y de fluctuar entre el primer y el tercer puesto en el ranking mundial, ¿qué te genera que el gran público haya adoptado al equipo?

-La gente se enamoró de esta Selección. Han trascendido el ambiente del básquetbol y son conocidos, aceptados, respetados y admirados.

-Mucho tiene que ver la transmisión de ciertos valores...

-A nosotros nos encanta y nos da un orgullo enorme, pero no nos gusta que nos comparen con el equipo de fútbol para buscar una situación negativa de los otros, porque nos encantaría que ellos también encaminen las cosas y hagan un buen Mundial.

-¿Te preocupa el desgaste físico de un equipo con un promedio de edad alto?

-Bueno, todo no se puede (risas). De todas formas, creo que haber comenzado dándole una oportunidad al grueso de los jugadores más expertos me permitirá tomar cualquier decisión en caso de tener que rejuvenecer algún puesto. Terminó sirviendo que a Mar del Plata fueran todos los jugadores que estaban aptos para ser convocados.

-Ayuda que en Londres se jugará día por medio...

-Suma. Ojo que los oponentes también lo tienen. Pero a nosotros nos cae especialmente bien. En 2004 no lo necesitábamos. Hoy, sí.

-¿Tendrás que estar alerta en los puestos de base y pivote?

-Este equipo se parece más al de Beijing que al de Atenas. Puede llegar a haber 8 o 9 jugadores de los últimos Juegos. En los puestos de escolta y alero tenemos un altísimo nivel. El base es Prigioni, que me genera toda la confianza del mundo. En Londres, me gustaría que Scola juegue más de “4” que de “5” y que Nocioni juegue de “3”. Hay que desarrollar una opción más en el puesto de pivote y consolidar al base de recambio de Prigioni.

-¿Cuál es el secreto de esta Generación Dorada? ¿Que compartan una camada, que se conozcan desde chicos, que hayan surgido grandes jugadores en todas las posiciones, que...?

(interrumpe) -Esa es una verdad grande como una casa. Nacieron muchos jugadores contemporáneos que son los mejores de la historia del básquetbol argentino. Juegan juntos desde chicos y los resultados los fueron uniendo. Ellos quieren defender esa aceptación que han logrado del deporte en general. Disfrutan jugar entre ellos. Son muy ambiciosos y de mentalidad durísima. Los tiempos en las selecciones son cortos y este grupo sigue consiguiendo resultados por cómo se entiende en la cancha.

-Cuando dirigiste a parte de este grupo entre 1997 y 1999, ¿qué te imaginabas que podía suceder?

-Que estaban para más. Que eran mejores que todo lo que ya había visto representando al país. Pero mentiría si dijera que imaginé que iban a tener los resultados que obtuvieron en la Selección y las carreras en Europa o en la NBA a tan alto nivel mundial.

-¿Ya reflejaban una madurez diferente?

-En 1997, con el Sub 22 concentrado en el CeNARD, Manu y Oberto se levantaban a desayunar a las 8 para no estar cargados en el entrenamiento, que era a las 9. Te puedo contar un millón de anécdotas.

-Con dos o tres alcanza...

-Lo ves todavía hoy. Todo lo que hizo Luis Scola para jugar el Preolímpico después de una artroscopía en una rodilla y terminar como MVP. Yo vi las sesiones extra que hizo y el dolor que soportó. Ver a Chapu drenando el hematoma hacia arriba del tobillo para poder jugar con Puerto Rico. Ver a Manu divertirse como un chico en cada práctica, pero compitiendo para ganar cada día.

-¿Qué pasará después de Londres?

-Mi contrato part time termina en septiembre y la CABB decidirá si lo extiende full time hasta después de España 2014. Yo quiero dirigir a la Selección en el Mundial 2014. Quiero estar ahí. Sería un gran desafío. Podemos seguir siendo competitivos. Se pueden seguir explotando resultados porque este equipo único y fantástico puede seguir creciendo.

Hernán Sartori para FIBA Américas

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EL CLUB ATLETICO PLATENSE, Buenos Aires, Argentina ~
busca entrenador para las Categorias Pre Mini / Mini / Pre Infantil.

Los interesados comunicarse con el Sr. Hector Carreras.

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Estamos necesitamos entrenador para nuestro minibasquet.
Club UGAB . Capital. Barrio de Palermo.

Algunas características del club.
Club de la colectividad armenia, sus inferiores estan en el nivel 3A y su primera en la B.

Estamos buscando un entrenador con experiencia en estas categorias,que trabaje en la formacion y captacion.

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