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« Reply #21 on: Dec 11, 2011, 10:43:24 PM »

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¡ Venezuela será la casa del Repechaje Olímpico 2012 !

La reunión del Buró Central de FIBA ya produjo hoy su primer anuncio y es uno que retumba en todo el continente Americano pues a Venezuela ha sido otorgada la sede del Repechaje Olímpico 2012,  a jugarse en del 2 al 8 de julio del próximo año.

Luego de un riguroso proceso de inspección, el comité evaluador de FIBA estudió las ofertas y decidió que Lituania y Venezuela serían los finalistas a considerar para servir de anfitriones de este importante torneo mundial que otorgará tres plazas a los Juegos Olímpicos 2012.

Al final, la oferta venezolana pudo más, con el atractivo del compromiso de apoyo total que ha hecho el gobierno y las autoridades del país para remodelar completamente el Poliedro de Caracas, que será la casa oficial del evento, y de crear carriles especiales para alivianar el problema que podía ocasionar el tráfico el tráfico de la ciudad.

El Sr. Carmelo Cortez, presidente de la Federación de Baloncesto Venezuela, manifestó previo al anuncio que su oferta “tiene una fuerte voluntad política de nuestro gobierno para cumplir con todas nuestras obligaciones y organizar un evento FIBA de primera clase que nos hace orgullosos y que hará que los equipos se sientan como en casa. La unión que existe entre las autoridades - no sólo gubernamental, sino también deportivas, como el Ministerio del Deporte, Comité Olímpico Venezolano y la Federación de Baloncesto de Venezuela, prevé una excelente asociación estratégica en vista de un escenario ganador”.

Aunque el país nunca ha organizado un Campeonato de FIBA mundo, Venezuela ya ha organizado torneos de baloncesto internacional, dándole la bienvenida en el 2006 al Campeonato Sudamericano masculino y en el 2002 al Campeonato FIBA Américas U18 masculino.

“Es un día importante en el basquetbol no solo de Venezuela, sino de todo el continente americano. Hoy se nos da una nueva oportunidad de probarle al mundo la capacidad organizativa que tienen nuestras federaciones y, en el trayecto, expandir la gama de países de América con experiencia organizando eventos mundiales de basquetbol. Este tipo de torneo tiene repercusiones no solo en el futuro inmediato de la selección nacional, sino que en todas las ramas del deporte, desde categorías menores hasta baloncesto femenino. La exposición de basquetbol de alto calibre para todos los venezolanos significa un gran paso en el desarrollo de nuestro deporte en el país.”, declaró Horacio Muratore, presidente de FIBA Américas.

Venezuela asistirá al repechaje luego de clasificar en la quinta plaza del Campeonato Preolímpico de Baloncesto de Mar del Plata, Argentina 2011, el cual además de haber otorgado dos cupos directos a Londres (Brasil y Argentina), concedió boletos al repechaje a las selecciones que ocuparon la tercera, cuarta y quinta posición en este torneo.

Greivis Vázquez, el NBA y referente de la selección nacional de Venezuela manifestó previo al anuncio que “la planificación de la preparación será mejor aquí. No queremos ir a otro lugar, porque seguimos soñando con Londres 2012 (Olimpíadas), y si jugamos aquí por qué no lograr esa meta al llegar entre los tres primeros".

Además de Venezuela están clasificados al repechaje Puerto Rico y República Dominicana por América, Angola y Nigeria por África, Grecia, Lituania, Macedonia y Rusia por Europa, Jordania y Korea por Asia, y Nueva Zelanda por Oceanía .

Los grupos se dividirán en cuatro, con tres equipos cada uno. A la siguiente ronda clasificarán las dos mejores selecciones de cada llave. Los cuartos de final se jugarán bajo el formato de "muerte súbita". Luego vendrán las semifinales, los conjuntos finalistas irán a Londres y los perdedores disputarán la última plaza olímpica.




El repechaje olímpico femenino será en Turquía. Lo países representativos de América serán Argentina, Canadá y en la reunión del Buró Central trascendió que la selección nacional femenina de Puerto Rico sustituirá a Cuba, que no podrá llevar a su equipo al clasificatorio olímpico el próximo año.

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« Reply #20 on: Dec 08, 2011, 05:31:45 PM »

Baloncesto en España y Latinoamérica • Basketball in Spain and Latin America

Torneo Invitacional PASIÓN POR LA CESTA 2011:
Evento de la magnitud y organización que merece el Baloncesto en Colombia

Saludo especial.

Con mucho respeto me dirijo a ustedes para contarles acerca del proyecto de la empresa Pasión por la Cesta, cuyo objetivo es trabajar en tres servicios: capacitación deportiva, realización de torneos y entrenamiento de Baloncesto.  

En la actualidad se realiza el TORNEO INVITACIONAL PASIÓN POR LA CESTA 2011 donde se hacen partidos promocionales, gracias al apoyo del señor Helder Acevedo, Director de Bienestar Universitario y a Hector Arias Jefe de deportes de la Universidad San Buenaventura de Bello, Medelïn, Colombia, juegos que tienen como finalidad construir torneos abiertos para el año 2012.

El concurso de todos ustedes es fundamental y las directivas de Pasión por la Cesta agradecen las ideas, sugerencias y todo el apoyo que pueda surgir para construir eventos de la magnitud y organización que merece el Baloncesto en Antioquia, Colombia.




Damos la bienvenida a quien se quiera vincular con este proyecto y a quien quiera jugar en este mes de Diciembre y Enero.

Visite nuestro blogspot: http://pasionporlacesta.blogspot.com/

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« Reply #19 on: Oct 21, 2011, 08:05:02 PM »

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entramos en la recta final hacia el:
 
2° TORNEO DE U13
"Somos el Futuro II"
Organiza
SPORTIVO Villa Minetti
(Santa Fe, Argentina)
19-20-21 de Noviembre 2011

equipos confirmados hasta hoy:  
Libertad de Sunchales -  Central de Ceres - CACU de Ceres - Union y Juventud de Bandera - Banco Provincial de Santa Fe - Cultural Santa Sylvina - Comercio Santa Sylvina - Vialidad de Formosa - Estudiantes de Pirane Formosa -

 
faltan algunos equipos por confirmar en esta semana para cerrar la inscripcion. . . . . .




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« Reply #18 on: Sep 09, 2011, 04:51:31 AM »

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Monday, September 5

At 11am, Brad Greenberg and I left the hotel to attend the first game played today and the Dominican Republic beat Panama. Near the end of the game, DR point guard Edgar Sosa suffered a bad leg injury. He had played some solid minutes for coach John Calapari and we are all hopeful that Edgar will have a successful recovery from injury. The DR continues to play excellent basketball.

Venezuela 82 v Puerto Rico 94

We lost today to an excellent Puerto Rico team, 94-82. Puerto Rico hurt us inside as center Daniel Santiago had 22 points on 8-of-9 shooting from the field in 19 minutes and forward Alex Galindo caught fire from the outside. We focused on both guards Jose Barea (3-of-10 from field) and Carlos Arroyo (5-of-12 from the field) and Ricky Sanchez was 2-of-9 from the field but Santiago and NBA forward Ronaldo Balkman came off the bench and had nine points in 11 minutes.

We didn't shoot the ball well today as we hit just 40% from the field. Oscar Torres played well for us and was 5-of-6 from three-point land and had 17 points. Axiers Sucre came off the bench and scored 18 points. We had a very poor third quarter and that was when Puerto Rico opened up the game. With the Puerto Rico game over, it is now time for the staff and players to focus on Argentina. We have tried to have the team only focus on the team in front of us that day and not to look at any other team. The Argentine game v Canada is on local TV so everyone can watch the game from their hotel rooms. The last game of today, Uruguay v Brazil, will be scouted by the staff as we play Uruguay on Thursday.

All the Argentine games have been a full house and a great atmosphere as the home crowd does a great job supporting their team. The Argentine team is the most talented team here and they are well coached and present many problems.

Tuesday, September 6 - Argentina 111 v Venezuela 93

The mood pre-game was pretty focused as we have played Argentina tree times prior to the tournament and with each game, we have played them closer. Our forward Nestor Colmenares was suspended for the game by FIBA for an incident in yesterday's game against Puerto Rico and our off-guard Jose Vargas had a slight hamstring pull and was unavailable. This meant we were down to 10 healthy bodies.

We played a solid game but Argentina shot the ball so well today from three-point land (18-of-28). Our team continues to play hard but we must defend better than we did today. We wanted to play a fast pace game as Argentina leads the tournament in fewest points allowed and we knew we could not play a grind-it-out, slow paced game. The pace was what we wanted and we got good minutes off the bench from back-up point guard Heissler Guillen and Windi Graterol (nine-of-10 from the field). We had decided prior to the game that we wanted to punch the ball inside to Hector Romero as Argentina starts a natural small forward at the power forward spot in Andres Nocioni. Pepito was phenomenal with 21 points in 23 minutes but Nocioni creates a match-up problem at the offensive end for every power forward here. Today was no different as Nocioni went 6-of-7 from the field. He could be one of the most difficult match-ups we have faced. Emanuel Ginobili was spectacular as he shot 10-of-14 from the field.

Wednesday, September 7 - Venezuela v Panama

Tomorrow there will be many great games and our 2pm game against Panama will be no different. Panama has two excellent inside scorers (Jamie Lloreda and Ruben Garces and two scoring guards (Danilo Pinnock and Gary Forbes) who can put points on the board in a hurry.

Thursday, September 8 - Venezuela v Uruguay

Uruguay is a country of 3.4 million people. Their team is led by forward/center Esteban Batista and off-guard Leandro García-Morales. Their coach, Gerardo Jaurí, has done a very good job with his team the entire tournament. We can expect Uruguay to be very physical on this, the last day of the second round.

Wednesday, September 7 - Venezuela 110 Panama 74

This was by far the best overall day for the tournament with every game having great meaning. R.C. Buford, the general manager of the San Antonio Spurs, and New York Knicks scout Scott McGuire, were both scouting. The first game went down to the wire as Canada beat Uruguay. We had the second game and played our best offensive game of the tournament. Coming into the game, we led the tournament in scoring with an average of 92.7 points per game and free throw percentage (78.4%). We are second in 3-point percentage (39.1%). Today we continued to excel in those three categories as we scored 110 points and shot 16 of 32 from three-point range (50%) and 8-of-10 from the foul line. We continue to score early in the shot clock in transition as we outscored Panama 30-2 in fast-break points. The best stat of the game, however, was 32 assists on 43 field goals and only eight turnovers. Greivis Vasquez came into the game as the tournament's second leading scorer (behind Al Horford) and GV had 24 points in 25 minutes. Oscar Torres had 16 points and nailed four 3-pointers. For Panama, they where led in scoring by forward Josimar Ayarza, who had 30 points. We had one of our better defensive efforts as we held Panama's top four scorers (Gary Forbes, Danilio Pinnock, Ruben Garces and Jaime Lloreda) to a combined 33 points.

This win means we control our own destiny in the Thursday game against Uruguay. With a win, we would finish the tournament in fifth place and qualify next summer for another pre-Olympic Qualifier (FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament).

We had our team lunch post game and then the coaching staff began its preparation for Thursday's game against Uruguay. The two night games featured four excellent teams as Argentina played Brazil and the Dominican Republic played Puerto Rico. We decided to have a single-minded focus and as a team ate together at 8:30PM and then watched film on Uruguay tendencies from 9PM to 10PM.

Thursday, September 8 - Venezuela v Uruguay

The day will start with a team breakfast at 10:30am and we will pass out the scouting reports for the players to review. On the bus ride to the arena today, we will have video rolling on Uruguay to get one last look at our opponent.


Friday September 9

The Top 4 teams will begin preparation. Our team will be headed home. Most everyone will take the seven-hour flight from Argentina to Caracas, Venezuela, and I will head from Argentina to San Francisco on a 20-hour day ahead. Then some family time and then off to Los Angeles to begin working for the Los Angeles D-Fenders of the NBA Development League. Two of our coaches used this opportunity to get new jobs as Brad Greenberg will be the head coach of Bucaneros de la Guaira in the Venezuelan Liga Professional De Baloncesto (LPB) league and work for a tremendous owner, Rufo John. Daniel Seoane will be an assistant coach for Bigua of Montevideo, Uruguay, in the Liga Uruguaya De Basket League (LUB). Argentina , Brazil , Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic will now get ready for the next stage of the tournament which begins Saturday.

Tournament Awards as our staff viewed it:

First Team
PT - Carlos Arroyo - Puerto Rico
PG - Greivis Vasquez - Venezuela
G - Emanuel Ginobili - Argentina
PF - Luis Scola - Argentina
C- Al Horford - Dominican Republic

Second Team
G - Marcelo Huertas - Brazil
PG - David Cubillan - Venezuela
SF - Andrés Nocioni - Argentina
PF - Jack Michael Martinez - Dominican Republic
C - Daniel Santiago - Puerto Rico

Third Team
PG - Jose 'JJ' Barea - Puerto Rico
G/F - Carlos Delfino - Argentina
F/G - Oscar Torres - Venezuela
PF - Hector Romero - Venezuela
C- Joel Anthony - Canada

Honorable Mention:
PG - Pablo Prigioni - Argentina
OG - Gary Forbes - Panama
OG - Enrique Martinez - Paraguay
OG - Danilo Pinnock - Panama
OG - Carl English - Canada
G/F - Francisco Garcia - Dominican Republic
F - Guilherme Giovannoni - Brazil
PF- Esteban Batista - Uruguay
PF - Ruben Garces - Panama
PF - Renaldo Balkman - Puerto Rico
F/C - Jamie Lloreda - Panama
F - Guillermo Araujo - Paraguay
F - Jose Fabio - Paraguay
F/C - Joan Luis - Cuba
C - Tiago Splitter -Brazil

Top Young Players:
G - Vitor Alves Benite - Brazil
PG - Cory Joseph - Canada
G - Juan Pablo Pineiro - Cuba
OG - Andrew Rautins - Canada
F - Windi Graterol - Venezuela
F/C - Gregory Echenique - Venezuela
PF - Mathias Calfani - Uruguay
C - Kelly Olynk - Canada

MVP - Emanuel Ginobili


Thursday, September 8 - Venezuela 92 Uruguay 80

Huge win for Venezuela Basketball!!

We are off to next summer's World Olympic Qualifiers after finishing in fifth place in this tournament (FIBA Americas Championship). We ended the championship with a 4-4 record. We had loses to Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Argentina and wins over Cuba, Canada, Panama and Uruguay. Our goal coming in was to somehow get the fifth spot so all of us are extremely happy.

Many thought this would be a rebuilding year as we went with such a young team. We started two guards with just one year of pro experience - Greivis Vasquez and David Cubillan - and our starting center, Gregory Echenique, is still in college playing at Creighton. Our team's average age was 26, so the future for the Venezuela national team is very bright. Young big men Windi Graterol and Jose Bravo really developed their games in a short period. Off-the-bench players Nestor Colmenares and Dwight Lewis are also first-year professionals.

The day started with a major upset as Panama beat Canada, which meant Uruguay with a win over us by four points or more would qualify. The Panama game gave Uruguay extra motivation. We started the game off posting Hector Romero and he was overpowering in the post with 12 first-quarter points. Oscar Torres and David Cubillan played well throughout the game. The game leaned in our favor in the second half when Greivis Vasquez hit back-to-back three-pointers.

Uruguay got great games from point guard Martin Osimani and off-guard Leandro Garcia Morales.

We ate our team lunch at the hotel and started packing. We will leave the hotel at 10pm and travel to Buenos Aires from the lovely beach town of Mar del Plata on a five-Hour bus trip. The flight back to Caracas, Venezuela, leaves at 7am. The four people going back to the US (Coach Brad Greenberg, Dwight Lewis, Gregory Echenique and me) all leave at 8:30 pm so we will have all day in Buenos Aires to relax.

This was a great tournament and was one of the best experiences I have ever had coaching. I love the FIBA game and feel lucky to have been a part of such a great tournament.




Eric Musselman is making his bow as the coach of Venezuela at the FIBA Americas Championship. An American who has coached in the NBA and NBDL, Musselman is blogging for FIBA.com on events in Mar del Plata - the pre-Olympic qualifying tournament.

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« Reply #17 on: Sep 07, 2011, 02:21:27 AM »

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Eric Musselman's third blog

Friday, September 2

The day started with me and assistant coaches Brad Greenberg and Henry Paruta scouting the 11:30am contest between Canada and Cuba. Houston Rockets VP of Player Personnel Gerson Rosas is scouting the event and he rode on our team bus to the game. We got a chance to sit together and talk hoops.

Immediately after the game, we went to our 2pm practice. This was our only day without a game so we got in a good two-hour practice. We walked through Canada offensive-sets and how we would defend them and talked about the importance of keeping the game at high pace that could be to our advantage.

After practice, we had a late lunch at 5pm and a team film session on Canada at 6pm. It was our most detailed film session so far as we had three game tapes of Canada to splice together. We also went through Canada's half-court plays and favorite out-of-bounds plays and how we would defend them.

After the team film meeting Brad Greenberg , Daniel Seoane, our GM Alberto Díaz and I went to scout Puerto Rico v Argentina (two opponents we will see next week). We have played Argentina in friendly games leading up to the tournament so we focused on Puerto Rico as it was our first real look at PR.

Between games it was great to chat with USA Basketball's Jim Tooley. Many years ago, I had the chance to be a part of USA Basketball and developed a great relationship with JT.


Saturday September 3

Venezuela vs Canada 103-98 (OT)

Morning team breakfast was at 8:30am and the team bus left the NH Gran Provincial Hotel at 9:40 for the 11:30am game.

This was a huge win for us. We felt we needed a fast-paced game and if the score was in the 60s, it would favor Canada. They are a phenomenal defensive team. Our guards and wings did a good job pushing the ball and our big men (Windy Graterol, Jose Bravo and Axiers Sucre) ran the floor hard as we outscored Canada 33-9 in fast-break points. Greivis Vasquez played a unbelievable first quarter and first half . In the second half we posted Hector "Pepito" Romero and he did a great job getting to the foul line with 14 FTAs (free-throw attempts) and 28 points. He had a huge late 4th quarter steal.

Back-up point guard Jermaine Anderson had a big game for Canada with 28 points in 30 minutes but our wing players GV, Oscar Torres and Jose Vargas did a great job chasing Canada's three-point shooters Carl English and Andrew Rautins. We continue to get great minutes from starting center Gregory Echenque (10pts, 10rbs in 29 minutes) as he outplayed Miami Heat starting center Joel Anthony (9 points/9 rebounds in 32 minutes).

GV fouled out and we relied heavily on David Cubillan down the stretch.

Immediately after the Canada game, we had to begin for our preparation for the next four opponents: Puerto Rico on Monday, Tuesday Argentina, Panama Wednesday and Thursday Uruguay . Assistant coaches Brad Greenberg and Daniele Seoane stayed and scouted the 2:30pm Uruguay win over Paraguay.

Saturday night as a staff, we went and scouted 8:30pm Argentina v Panama game.

Two teams that played hard but where undermanned, Cuba and Paraguay, where eliminated today.

Sunday September 4

We woke up early and started watching more film on Puerto Rico. The pick-and-rolls with Carlos Arroyo and Juan 'JJ' Barea will be a huge concern. A third NBA player on the PR roster is forward Renaldo Balkman, who supplies energy and rebounding. Forward Ricky Sanchez is a great shooter and really spreads the floor for them and is a tough match-up as pick-and-pop player. Inside, they will look to post up Daniel Santiago.

We had a two-hour practice and a team film session on PR. The players have been an extremely focused group in our preparation for games and today was no different. After practice we had a 3pm team lunch and then a film meeting with the team at 7pm.

Monday September 5th

Missing my two-year anniversary with my wife. Will have to settle for early morning film on Puerto Rico. We will have a team breakfast at 10:30 am and get ready for the game with our bus leaving at noon for our 2pm tip-off.



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