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« Reply #78 on: Apr 18, 2015, 12:55:41 AM »

Basketball Youth Tournaments, Coaching & Training
Torneos, Conducción & Entrenamiento de Juveniles de Baloncesto


Weekend eBA Basketball Magazine:

Canadian high school trying to buck trend,
perhaps start new one


David Hein's Eye on the Future
Just an hour's drive northwest of Toronto, the Canadian high school Orangeville Prep is working hard to buck one trend and quite possibly start a new one.

Head coach Larry Blunt arrived at Orangeville Prep two years ago with the goal of helping keep elite Canadian high school players in Canada.  
The Greater Toronto Area has produced a number of future NBA basketball players - just think Anthony Bennett, Sim Bhullar, Tyler Ennis, Cory Joseph, Andrew Nicholson, Kelly Olynyk, Nik Stauskas, Tristan Thompson and Andrew Wiggins. But Olynyk and Nicholson were the only ones of that group to spend their entire high school career in Canada, as Olynyk attended South Kamloops and the late bloomer Nicholson went to Father Michael Gomez.

Bennett, Joseph and Thompson all left Canada for the college preparatory school Findlay Prep in Henderson, Nevada while Bhullar and Wiggins attended the equally famous Huntington Prep in Huntington, West Virginia.

That group of players is only the Canadians from Toronto and it's just the tip of the iceberg as more Canadians are in the pipeline, ready to follow the Wigginses and Ennises and Bennetts into the NBA - from US high schools and then colleges.

That is the trend that Blunt is fighting.

Luckily, he and Orangeville got two stars to fall into their laps.


Canada v Serbia - Quarter Final Highligts - 2014 FIBA U17 World Championship

Blunt knew Jamal Murray, who played at the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championship, from coaching with the Toronto AAU circuit team CIA Bounce. Murray, from Kitchener, Ontario about 100km west of Toronto, was considered a high level talent and certainly could have had his choice of US high schools to go to. But Blunt convinced Murray and his family to take a chance on Orangeville and stay in Canada for the duration of his high school career.

"I think at that point, it was unprecedented. I don't think there's a word big enough to describe how much of an impact that had on high school basketball in Canada," Blunt told Eye on the Future.

"Because to that point in recent years, everybody said you leave. But to his and his family's credit, a lot of people were in his ear saying what are you doing. If you go to the US you'll blow up. If you go to the US you'll be great. If you stay here you're not going to have those opportunities. He stayed the course, and a year and a half later the proof is really in the pudding."

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Murray is being recruited heavily by most of the big colleges in the United States and his stock is rising on NBA Draft boards, especially after scoring 30 points in the 2015 Nike Hoop Summit - the second time he played in the showcase.


Jamal Murray (CAN). Canada v Japan. 2014 FIBA U17 World Championship, Dubai (United Arab Emirates). Day 2, Group phase. 
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The second stroke of luck - or being at the right place at the right time with the right connections - was Thon Maker. The highly regarded South Sudanese-Australian was dominating the high school circuit in the United States but had to leave the US in August 2013 to renew his visa for immigration purposes. Instead of travelling all the way back to Australia, Maker, his younger brother Matur and their guardian Ed Smith decided to take the shorter trip to Toronto.

After the paperwork took longer than expected, Smith went looking for a place for Thon to train while they waited. Eventually he landed in Orangeville and the Athlete Institute because he knew Blunt from the Virginia basketball community.

"I think Thon fell in love with the facility, and he fell in love with the pace of life here. I think he fell in love with being isolated away from a lot of the hype and the things he was getting and it put him in a position where he could really focus on basketball," Blunt said.

Now with Murray and the Makers on board as well as other solid level prospects from the Toronto area, Blunt was ready to tackle an uber-tough schedule featuring a number of games in the United States against some of the best high schools in the US.

Orangeville took their lumps - mainly because of some difficult travel plans and playing all road games in the US - but Blunt was very satisfied with his team's 34-11 record for the season.

It still remains to be seen if Murray staying in Canada actually leads to a trend of elite Canadians staying at home. But Murray - and Thon Maker, for that matter - could become pioneers in another way.

Both are international players, meaning they are not required to attend college in the US before entering the NBA Draft. They only have to fulfil the NBA age requirement. So, in theory both Murray and Maker - born two days apart in February 1997 - could jump directly from Canadian high school to the NBA.


Team World highlights from the 2015 Nike Hoop Summit

Of course such a move would be huge for Canadian high school basketball in general and Orangeville in particular, which had not even produced a US Division I college basketball player before Blunt's arrival. Three Orangeville players already have locked up Division I scholarships for US colleges and Blunt said as many as seven of the players could secure scholarships by year's end.

But having a player jump from Orangeville to the NBA would be another caliber entirely.

The thing is no one seems to know if the situation is actually possible. No one can seem to get a clear answer. Everyone involved says there is no precedent.

The closest thing seems to be Dante Exum, who decided to stay in Australia and not attend a US college and was eligible for the 2014 NBA Draft whereas if he had gone to college for one season, he would not have been able to enter the NBA until 2015.

If Murray and/or Maker jump to the NBA from Orangeville, then the doors of Blunt’s office will be bursting with people looking to get in - and get to the NBA a year sooner.


There are a lot of reasons to look at Orangeville at the moment - stayed tuned.

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« Reply #77 on: Jan 17, 2015, 01:30:47 AM »

Basketball Youth Tournaments, Coaching & Training
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Weekend eBA Basketball Magazine:

USA look to future after clean sweep ...
they make winning look so easy at times, the USA teams !

They make winning look so easy at times, the USA teams.

In 2014, the Americans swept all before them in international competition.

They captured titles at the FIBA Basketball World Cup and FIBA World Championship for Women.

The youngsters were downright impressive, too, reaching the top of the podium at both the FIBA U17 World Championships for Men and Women, and the FIBA Americas U18 Championships for Men and Women.

International basketball got a very good look at players who are going to grace the biggest stages in the sport in the not-to-distant future.

Even as high school stars, these players have seen their names go up in bright lights thanks to their involvement with USA Basketball.

In these six competitions alone, the country played 39 games and won every single one of them.

The success solidified the USA's standing as the leading nation in the FIBA bwin World Ranking.

The men are No. 1 with 1,040 points - 335 more than No. 2 Spain, while on the women's ladder, the United States' stranglehold is even greater at 1,040 points to 590 points for Australia and 550 points for No. 3 Spain.

Even in the combined ranking, which takes into account the points of all categories (Men, Women, Boys and Girls) in the given cycle, the USA are like a bright star in another galaxy for all to see with 3,286 points.

Spain (1,987.5 points) and France (1,222.5 points) are No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.

There is no doubt at all about which country rules the roost in the international game.

Even in such a dominant position, though, USA Basketball faces challenges.

There are "unknowns" on the horizon which do not allow the Americans to rest on their laurels.

This was articulated very well by Jerry Colangelo, its chairman, in an end-of-year interview on www.usab.com.

"Sometimes it's good to look into the crystal ball and speculate what is just around the corner," he said.

"There will be a sea change taking place in USA Basketball after the 2016 Olympics because the next competition in terms of the [FIBA Basketball] World Cup will not take place until 2019 so there is going to be a different kind of a format in terms of quad format, so that will be challenging.

"What will we do in 2017 and '18 by way of example to prepare for ’19 and ’20.

"Our formula is going to have to be recalculated in terms of how we have had success, playing in international competition every two years. That now changes after the Olympics in 2016."

Indeed, with the new FIBA calendar, the next FIBA Basketball World Cup will be held in 2019.

"We're working on our game plan for that as we go forward, that will be a challenge," Colangelo said.

One of the unknowns concerns player availability.

"Will the NBA players continue to be as committed to participation?" Colangelo said.

"Will the NBA owners continue to allow the players to participate?

"All of these factors are somewhat out of our control but things we have to deal with. We have to be willing to roll with the punches, go with the flow, deal with the circumstances.

"That is the so-called crystal ball - not many answers but a lot of questions."

The way the players talk about their involvement with USA Basketball, it seems likely that the superstars will continue to sign up for national team duty.

"Any player who player who participates for USA Basketball, beginning in the junior programs, all the way up to the senior teams, men and women, are better people for participating, in terms of helping them with their value system," Colangelo said.

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"They become better players because of the great coaching. Some of the greatest coaches in the country are working on all levels. So they become better players."

USA look to future after clean sweep. In this Photograph from FIBA presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis . Photograph: FIBA



In 2014, the Americans swept all before them in international competition.

They captured titles at the FIBA Basketball World Cup and FIBA World Championship for Women.

The youngsters were downright impressive, too, reaching the top of the podium at both the FIBA U17 World Championships for Men and Women, and the FIBA Americas U18 Championships for Men and Women.

International basketball got a very good look at players who are going to grace the biggest stages in the sport in the not-to-distant future.

Even as high school stars, these players have seen their names go up in bright lights thanks to their involvement with USA Basketball.

In these six competitions alone, the country played 39 games and won every single one of them.

The success solidified the USA's standing as the leading nation in the FIBA bwin World Ranking.

The men are No. 1 with 1,040 points - 335 more than No. 2 Spain, while on the women's ladder, the United States' stranglehold is even greater at 1,040 points to 590 points for Australia and 550 points for No. 3 Spain.

Even in the combined ranking, which takes into account the points of all categories (Men, Women, Boys and Girls) in the given cycle, the USA are like a bright star in another galaxy for all to see with 3,286 points.

Spain (1,987.5 points) and France (1,222.5 points) are No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.

There is no doubt at all about which country rules the roost in the international game.

Even in such a dominant position, though, USA Basketball faces challenges.

There are "unknowns" on the horizon which do not allow the Americans to rest on their laurels.

This was articulated very well by Jerry Colangelo, its chairman, in an end-of-year interview on www.usab.com.

"Sometimes it's good to look into the crystal ball and speculate what is just around the corner," he said.

"There will be a sea change taking place in USA Basketball after the 2016 Olympics because the next competition in terms of the [FIBA Basketball] World Cup will not take place until 2019 so there is going to be a different kind of a format in terms of quad format, so that will be challenging.

"What will we do in 2017 and '18 by way of example to prepare for ’19 and ’20.

"Our formula is going to have to be recalculated in terms of how we have had success, playing in international competition every two years. That now changes after the Olympics in 2016."

Indeed, with the new FIBA calendar, the next FIBA Basketball World Cup will be held in 2019.

"We're working on our game plan for that as we go forward, that will be a challenge," Colangelo said.

One of the unknowns concerns player availability.

"Will the NBA players continue to be as committed to participation?" Colangelo said.

"Will the NBA owners continue to allow the players to participate?

"All of these factors are somewhat out of our control but things we have to deal with. We have to be willing to roll with the punches, go with the flow, deal with the circumstances.

"That is the so-called crystal ball - not many answers but a lot of questions."

The way the players talk about their involvement with USA Basketball, it seems likely that the superstars will continue to sign up for national team duty.

"Any player who player who participates for USA Basketball, beginning in the junior programs, all the way up to the senior teams, men and women, are better people for participating, in terms of helping them with their value system," Colangelo said.

"They become better players because of the great coaching. Some of the greatest coaches in the country are working on all levels. So they become better players."

"Because of the culture that we have created for USAB, they (players and coaches) become different people and they take that culture back to their respective teams at a high school, college and professional level," Colangelo said.

"Therefore many people benefit. On an NBA level, the teams benefit big time.

"The ultimate recipient, those who gain the most, are those who are the NCAA, the NBA and right on down the line so it’s a formula that is very, very strong and ......



......the players themselves all come back after the experience and say it was one of the greatest experiences of their lives."

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« Reply #76 on: Jun 14, 2014, 04:45:50 AM »

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Weekend eBA Basketball Magazine:

Ivanovic looks to judge Bosnian future - in the present


David Hein's Eye on the Future
The news didn't really make big headlines. The twitter-sphere didn't explode, and facebook wasn't full of outrage or joy. Yet, Bosnia and Herzegovina took a big step towards possible greatness in the near future.

Bosnian national team coach Dusko Ivanovic named his initial 23-man roster for this summer's EuroBasket 2015 qualifiers.

What? Is that the near earth-shattering news you're going on about, you may
be asking yourself. Heck, Ivanovic made bigger headlines since then, signing a two-year contract to coach Greek powerhouses Panathinaikos.

So, what's the big news about the Bosnian national team? Well, Ivanovic, who took over the coaching duties in January, has clearly recognized that his country is developing some uber-elite young prospects. And he has done exactly the right thing in inviting them to the team's training camp to get them exposed to the senior national team - and to see what he has in the future.

Ivanovic included on the camp roster the 1994-born pair of Jusuf Nurkic and Adin Vrabac as well as a trio of 1995-born players that includes Nedim Buza and Amar Alibegovic.

Some, if not all, of those names might not mean much to many people out there. But they represent a quintet of very, very talented players who will very likely make up the backbone of the Bosnian national team for years and years to come.

Some people might recognize Nurkic as the European name they haven't heard anything about but he is rising on the 2014 NBA Draft boards. And Vrabac and Buza are both being listed in mock drafts for the 2015 NBA Draft.

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And the players are getting good experience at the club level as well.


ADuško Ivanović (born September 1, 1957 in Bijelo Polje, PR Montenegro, FPR Yugoslavia) is a retired Montenegrin basketball player and current head coach of Panathinaikos. In this photograph from Basket Blog presented by #eBAStatsGroup #BasketballStatistics Analysis .
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While Buza and Vrabac are both with Bosnian side Spars Sarajevo, Nurkic is playing a big role with Croatian side Cedevita, while Alibegovic is spending his second season with Italian club Stella Azzurra Rome.

All of them have good promise and have already taken big steps forward in their development.

Nurkic, Buza and Vrabac all helped Bosnia win the 2012 U18 European Championship Division B title - while the 1995 generation avoided relegation from the U18 Division A last summer, without the aforementioned star trio.

Vrabac and Buza all participated in last weekend's adidas Eurocamp in Treviso, Italy, showcasing their skills to dozens of NBA and European club general managers. Nurkic was supposed to take part but was playing for Cedevita's senior team in the playoffs.

So will any of these prospects actually make Ivanovic's final roster for Bosnia and Herzegovina's EuroBasket 2015 qualifiers against Iceland and Great Britain in Group A?

The one most likely to make a real contribution would be Nurkic. And depending on which NBA team drafts him and what their plans are for him, the big man might be available for the qualifiers between 13-27 August.

But just having the youngsters in the training camp with Bosnian veterans such as Mirza Teletovic, Zack Wright, Nihad Djedovic, Nemanja Gordic, Andrija Stipanovic and Elmedin Kikanovic will be a big help. And Ivanovic's veteran guidance will also be an invaluable experience.

The Bosnians will come together from 30 June-2 July and then play warm-ups against Israel, Slovak Republic, Montenegro, Italy and Sweden.


By then, Ivanovic will have a good idea of what he has in the youngsters - both for the present and for the immediate and long-term futures.

David Hein from FIBA



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« Reply #75 on: Apr 06, 2014, 12:37:04 AM »

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Weekend eBA Basketball Magazine:

Nike Hoop Summit World team heavy on high schoolers

The World Select Team was released this week for the 2014 Nike Hoop Summit and the international squad is noticeably heavy on players from North American high schools.

With half of the 10-man roster playing for high schools in the United States or Canada, the World team will shoot for their third straight victory on April 12 when they play the USA at the 17th annual Hoop Summit at the Moda Center in Portland.

For comparison, last spring’s World team had just three high schoolers – Andrew Wiggins, Joel Embiied and Karl Towns Jr. The Dominican Republic big man Towns is returning to coach Roy Rana’s World Team after collecting seven points, four rebounds, four assists and two steals in the 112-98 win, which was the first time the internationals won back-to-back games.

The USA holds an 11-5 advantage in the Hoop Summit history.

Towns, who will be heading to the University of Kentucky next season, will likely be called upon to play a bigger role for Rana’s team this time around.

The Canadian coach has some good depth in the low post with Canadian Trey Lyles, who starred at the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship and is Kentucky-bound as well after playing high school in Indiana; Serbia’s Nikola Jokic , Switzerland’s Clint Capela and Damien Inglis of France.

The fourth European in the game – there were six in last year’s game – is Turkey’s James Metecan Birsen. Reports say fellow Turk Cedi Osman was supposed to come but was stricken from the roster due to an injury to Dogus Balbay at Turkish club Anadolu Efes.

Rounding out the other high schoolers are Democratic Republic of Congo’s Emmanuel Mudiay, Brandone Francis of the Dominican Republic and Jamal Murray, who is attending a high school in his native Canada.

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The other player on the squad is China’s Gao Shang, who averaged 18.8 points, 5.9 rebounds and 2.8 assists at the 2013 U19 Worlds including games of 30 and 33 points


Karl Towns is one of the best basketball players in the class of 2014. He was New Jersey Player of the Year as a sophomore. He’s won two titles. He’s on the Dominican National Team. He’s a 4.3 student and class president. He’s a scratch golfer and can hit a ball over 330 yards. He taught himself to play piano. So what else is there to do? Play basketball ...
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Let’s briefly go through the World squad, which features three top-10 recruits from the 2014 high school class (Towns, Lyles and Mudiay). Lyles is a strong, skilled low post player while Jokic, who broke out at the 2013 U19 Worlds, is an old school power forward averaging 11 points and six rebounds for Mega Vezura in Serbia. Capela is the long and athletic big man who always seems to make these World teams and leave big impressions.

It will be interesting to see what kind of role the physically-mature Inglis plays in Portland after usually being a leader on the youth French national team but only being a role player – understandably for his age – for ProA team Roanne. Birsen, who gets some minutes for Fenerbahce, also plays on the wing and can control the ball, though he’s not nearly as physical as Inglis.

Playing the off guard will be the Florida recruit Francis, an explosive slasher who played for the Dominican Republic’s senior team at the Jenaro “Tuto” Marchand Continental Cup in Puerto Rico last August.

Mudiay, who is bound for Southern Methodist, will likely be the only true point guard and will be in charge of handling the intense USA pressure defense while combo guard Murray will help out as the second playmaker.

If you happen to miss this game – and I would recommend you don’t – you will likely see many of these players quite a bit in the future, and many of them in the NBA.


An impressive total of 151 Hoop Summit alumni have been drafted into the NBA as of 2013.

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« Reply #74 on: Mar 16, 2014, 01:03:54 AM »

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Weekend eBA Basketball Magazine:

Euroleague makes solid choices in four NIJT wild cards


The eight-team field for the 2014 Nike International Junior Tournament (NIJT) finals at the Euroleague Final Four is set as the four wild cards were handed out, with some good choices being made.

Joining the four qualifying teams Cajasol Seville, Real Madrid, Zalgiris Kaunas and Crvena Zvezda (Red Star) Telekom Belgrade are wild card recipients Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul, the defending champions Joventut Badalona, hometown representative Armani Junior Milan and Team Brazil - the first South American participant in the NIJT.

Let's start off with maybe the weakest choice of the bunch, Fenerbahce. With Turkish Airlines being the Euroleague official sponsor, it shouldn't be that much of a surprise that a Turkish team was given a wild card.

Fenerbahce do have a nice one-two power punch with Berk Ugurlu and Ayberk Olmaz.

But they lost to Barcelona for sixth place in the L'Hospitalet tournament and had just one win in four games.

Euroleague could have chosen Unicaja Malaga, whose only loss in L'Hospitalet came against undefeated champs Real Madrid.

They also could have brought Union Olimpija Ljubljana, whose only defeat was also against Real in taking third place - ahead of Joventut.

Bringing Joventut - three of the eight teams will have played at the L'Hospitalet tournament - isn't that big of a problem.  

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They are the defending champions and have some solid talent in Sergi Costa and Marc Bauza.


Bringing Joventut - three of the eight teams will have played at the L'Hospitalet tournament - isn't that big of a problem. They are the defending champions and have some solid talent in Sergi Costa (on the center) and Marc Bauza. In this photograph from Mundo Deportivo presented by #eBAStatsGroup #BasketballStatistics Analysis
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Another possible selection could have been INSEP, who lost in the Belgrade final to Crvena Zvezda and also won the NIJT title in 2009.

There is no discussion needed with Armani Junior Milan. Euroleague always take a local team and they will obviously be the home side for the May 15-18 tournament.

Milan also ended up in third place in the Citta di Roma tournament, during which they actually knocked off the eventual champions Cajasol.

Milan's only loss in the tournament came to Cibona Zagreb.

The leader of the balanced Italian team is Alberto Cacace while Lorenzo Restelli is another key player for the Italians.

The final pick, Team Brazil, is definitely interesting.

Euroleague invited Team China to the previous three NIJT finals and the Asians showed more and more improvement. But the move to the South American powers makes sense.

Brazil is an emerging market with the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics taking place there.

There are also a number of Brazilians in the Euroleague competition. And Euroleague also brought back the Intercontinental Cup this season.

It's unclear which team the Brazilians will bring to the 1996-born tournament though it could be most of the U17 team from last summer, which included Wesley da Silva and Junior Duval.

Another possible name is Daniel Bordignon, who played for Brazil at the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship but plays his club ball in the Laboral Kuxta system.

The teams are broken into groups with Real, Zalgiris, Fenerbahce and Milan together while the other group has Crvena Zvezda, Cajasol, Joventut and Team Brazil.


The games will take place at the Tensostruttura Lido with the final at the Mediolanum Forum.

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