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« Reply #9 on: Apr 20, 2010, 09:53:50 AM »

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2014 FIBA World Championship to be played in Barcelona, Spain

( para Traducción al Español= Ver a Continuación )

The city of Barcelona has been confirmed as sixth and new venue for the FIBA World Championship to be
played in Spain in 2014. The games will be held in the 20.000 seat Palau San Jordi.

The decision was made during today's FIBA Central Board meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Barcelona will host half of the Eight Final Round, Quarter Final Round and Semi Final Round games. Madrid will host the other half of those games and the gold and bronce medal games.

The games of the First Round will be played in Bilbao, Granada, Las Palmas, and Seville as was already announced during the assignment ceremony in Geneva last year.

FIBA President Bob Elphinston is excited about the news: "This is a positive change to what has been proposed to us in an already excellent bid. Barcelona is the cradle of Spanish basketball and we therefore gladly accept the proposal."

Barcelona can look back at a rich tradition in organizing top FIBA events, amongst them the 1992 Olympics with the legendary Dream Team and the 1997EuroBasket.

Jose Luis Saez, President of the Spanish Basketball Federation worked hard on including the Catalan capital: "We are very happy to present Barcelona as a new 2014 venue for the 2014 World Championship. There is a rich tradition and also a great passion for our sport and our organization will profit from

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Mundial de baloncesto de 2014, en Barcelona, España

La FIBA anunció este sábado la elección del Palau Blaugrana, en la ciudad de Barcelona, como sexta sede del Mundial de baloncesto de 2014, que se celebrará en España, tras la reunión mantenida en la capital de Puerto Rico, San Juan, del Comité Central del organismo.

La sede será el Palau, con capacidad para 20.000 espectadores, y que ya ha sido utilizado para otros eventos de similar magnitud. De esta forma, la Ciudad Condal será el escenario de los octavos de final, de los cuartos y de la semifinal de la competición mundialista.

La final se disputará en Madrid, como ya estaba establecido, así como los partidos restantes pertenecientes a las fases de partido único. Los encuentros de la primera ronda se disputarán en Bilbao, Granada, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria y Sevilla, como ya fue anunciado durante la ceremonia de asignación celebrada el año pasado en Ginebra.

El presidente de FIBA, Bob Elphinston, mostró su satisfacción por la noticia. "Es un cambio positivo con respecto a lo que se nos propuso en un proyecto que ya era excelente. Barcelona es la cuna del baloncesto español y por ello aceptamos encantados la propuesta", indicó.

Por su parte, José Luis Sáez, presidente de la Federación Española de Baloncesto (FEB) destacó la tradición baloncestística de Barcelona. "Estamos muy contentos de presentar a la ciudad de Barcelona como nueva sede para el Mundial de 2014. Hay una gran tradición y también una gran pasión por nuestro deporte y nuestra organización se aprovechará de ello", apuntó.

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« Reply #8 on: Apr 17, 2010, 07:48:28 AM »

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EUROCUP – Stakes high as teams travel to Eurocup Finals in Spain

Several players that will be at the FIBA World Championship later this year are facing their biggest weekend of the season at the Eurocup Finals in Spain.
Power Electronics Valencia take on Panellinios in one semi-final and Bizkaia Basket Bilbao go up against Alba Berlin in the other.
The Eurocup winner will qualify for next season’s Euroleague.
Australia international Matt Nielsen, who plays for Valencia, expects a battle against Panellinios.
He said to "We need to come with the right attitude and with our heads in the game and we could do something special.
“I think it depends on the way we approach these games and how hard we go."
Valencia have several players headed to the FIBA World Championship.
There are France pair Florent Pietrus and Nando De Colo, Serbia center Kosta Perovic, Nielsen and Spain high-flier Victor Claver.
For Valencia’s coach, Neven Spahija, the year could not have been much better.
His team had to overcome a 15-point first-leg deficit in the Qualifying Round against Dexia Mons-Hainaut to just to reach the Eurocup.
"I'm really happy, proud of this group of players, especially with their attitude,” Spahija said to
"I think at this moment, we're doing a little bit more than our real quality.
"We made it because of our chemistry and our good attitude."
For Panellinios, it’s a case of flying the Greek flag.
“Of course in Greece the fans are feeling great about this, it's normal,” said Panellinios coach Ilias Zouros.
“As you know in Greece, basketball is big and we have to try to do our best not only for ourselves but for Greek basketball, also.”
Steffen Hamann, the Germany national team player guard of Alba, is gearing up for his team’s semi-final against Bilbao.
“It is great to be here, because making it to the Eurocup Finals is a great achievement for us. It wasn't easy but at the same time, we deserved it.”
Alba, who also have Germany internationals Phillip Zwiener and Lucca Steiger, and Slovenia center Jurica Golemac, had to overcome a first-leg deficit in their quarter-final tie against Hapoel Jerusalem to reach this stage of the competition.
Bilbao will be, without a doubt, Alba’s hardest game so far.
The Spanish outfit has the likes of Spain international Alex Mumbru in their talented side.

“The atmosphere around us is telling us that we can do something big but we must stay focused because first we will have to beat Alba Berlin,” Mumbru said.
“We have to concentrate and focus on the semi-final only."



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« Reply #7 on: Apr 01, 2010, 10:49:48 AM »

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Auriemma’s UConn Huskies storm into Final Four

Geno Auriemma will this summer lead the United States at the FIBA World Championship for Women.
There is a very good chance he'll show up in Ostrava fresh off another title-winning campaign with the University of Connecticut.
Auriemma's Huskies improved to 37-0 this season and won their 76th game in a row by destroying Florida State 90-50 on Tuesday to book a place at the Women’s NCAA Final Four.
Tina Charles, who is in the United States' preliminary squad for the FIBA World Championship, had 20 points and 14 rebounds for the Huskies.
She had 16 points and 11 rebounds at the half.
Another future USA star, Maya Moore, had 22 points and eight boards.
"My teammates say as long as I do my part, they'll deliver it to me," said Charles.
The 40-point win in Dayton, Ohio, was the largest margin of victory ever for a Regional Final.
Auriemma's Huskies, the defending champions, will play in their eighth Final Four since 2000.
They will take on Baylor on Saturday night.
Oklahoma defeated Kentucky 88-68 in the Kansas City Final and will take on Stanford in the Final Four.

The Cardinal advanced after a thrilling 55-53 win over Xavier.
After Xavier missed two wide-open lay-ups, Stanford got the rebound and called timeout with four seconds remaining.
When play resumed, Jeanette Pohlan received an inbounds pass and dribbled the length of the floor before making a lay-up at the buzzer.


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« Reply #6 on: Mar 18, 2010, 01:31:57 AM »

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List of all international-students heading into March Madness

A big hello to my global basketball-fans!

I just thought to give you a compilation on all imported talent from across the globe that will be part of the NCAA Tournament, which is actually starting today.

I already filled out my bracket and I got Kansas going for the championship.Who do you think will be champs this year?

Here is the list:


Brice Massamba (Sweden) UNLV
Bandja Sy (France) New Mexico State
Kenneth Van Kempen (Netherlands) Ohio University
Ivo Baltic (Bosnia) Ohio University
Nikola Kecman (Serbia) Ohio State
Zisis Sarikopoulos (Greece) Ohio State
Greg Somogyi (Hungary) UC Santa Barbara
Elias Harris (Germany) Gonzaga
Deividas Dulkys (Lithuania) Florida State
Jeffery Taylor (Sweden) Vanderbilt
Ilija Milutinovic (Serbia) Oakland
Rod Tishman (Israel) Florida
Max Groebe (Germany) Cornell
Dogus Balbay (Turkey) Texas
Carmel Bouchman (Israel) Temple
T.J. DiLeo (Germany) Temple
Domas Rinksalis (Lithuania) Wofford
Matthew Bryan-Amaning (United Kingdom) Washington
Karolis Petrukonis (Lithuania) Clemson
Catalin Baciu (Romania) Clemson
Deniz Kilicli (Turkey) West Virginia
Nikola Knezevic (Serbia) California
Davis Martens (Germany) Siena
Gerald Lee (Finland) Old Dominion
Dragan Sekelja (Croatia) Baylor
Hugh Barnett (United Kingdom) Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Andy Buechert (Germany) Winthrop

Latin America

Greivis Vasquez (Venezuela) Maryland
Jaime Serna (Mexico) UC Santa Barbara
Jonathan Tavernari (Brazil) BYU
Juan Fernandez (Argentina) Temple
David Cubillan (Venezuela) Marquette
Jorge Gutierrez (Mexico) California
North America & Caribbean

Carlos Lopez (Puerto Rico) UNLV
Hernst Laroche (Canada) New Mexico State
Mangisto Arop (Canada/Sudan) Gonzaga
Bol Kong (Canada/Sudan) Gonzaga
Kelly Olynyk (Canada) Gonzaga
Robert Sacre (Canada) Gonzaga)
Denis Clemente (Puerto Rico) Kansas State
Luis Colon (Puerto Rico) Kansas State
Eloy Vargas (Domincan Republic) Florida
Ivan Aska (U.S. Virgin Islands) Murray State
Dwight Miller (Bahamas) Pittsburgh
Andre Wilkins (Canada) Cornell
Marc Van Burck (Canada) Cornell
Craig Williams (U.S. Virgin Islands) Temple
Junior Cadougan (Canada) Marquette
Samardo Samuels (Jamaica) Louisville
Edgar Sosa (Dominican Republic) Louisville
Edwin Ubiles (Puerto Rico) Siena
Marco Cooper (Bahamas) Sam Houston State
Gilberto Clavell (Puerto Rico) Sam Houston State
Antonio Pena (Dominican Republic) Villanova

Australia & Oceania

A.J. Ogilvy (Australia) Vanderbilt
Tai Wesley (Samoa) Utah State
Trian Iliadis (Australia) Old Dominion
Josh Duinker (Australia) Richmond
Ben Allen (Australia) St. Mary's
Matt Dellavedova (Australia) St. Mary's
Jorden Page (Australia) St. Mary's
Clint Steindl (Australia) St. Mary's
Mitchell Young (Australia) St. Mary's


Lamine Diame (Senegal) New Mexico State
Makhtar Diop (Senegal) New Mexico State
Abdoulaye N'doye (Senegal) New Mexico State
Adetunji Adedipe (Nigeria) Ohio University
Solomon Alabi (Nigeria) Florida State
Festus Ezeli (Nigeria) Vanderbilt
Steve Tchiengang (Cameroon) Vanderbilt
Georges Fotso (Cameroon) Murray State
Talib Zanna (Nigeria) Pittsburgh
Charles Abouo (Ivory Coast) BYU
Kenny Kadji (Cameroon) Florida
Victor Ojeleye (Nigeria) Kansas State
Alexis Wangmenge (Cameroon) Texas
Michael Eric (Nigeria) Temple
Youssoupha Mbao (Senegal) Marquette
Vassy Banny (Ivory Coast) Montana
Bak Bak (Sudan) California
Modou Niang (Senegal) Utah State
Ekpe Udoh (Nigeria) Baylor
Arthur Zulu (Zambia) Sam Houston State
Mouphtaou Yarou (Benin) Villanova
Mezie Nwigwe (Nigeria) Robert Morris


Ali Farokhmanesh (Iran) Northern Iowa
Max Zhang (China) California
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« Reply #5 on: Mar 05, 2010, 04:04:49 AM »

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U.S. to host pre-worlds tourney in New York

The specific formula is not yet official, but plans are far enough along to speculate with great certainty Team USA will headline an international doubleheader at Madison Square Garden in mid-August prior to the FIBA World Championship that commences later that month in Turkey.

China and France also are scheduled participants. The fourth national team is unknown (to me, anyway) at this time, but it's not Spain, Lithuania or Greece, since Team USA already is programmed to play exhibitions against all three en route to Turkey.

While the Garden doubleheader is exceptionally appealing (I'll never forget seeing the original Dream Team perform before it proceeded from New York to Rome where it dominated its 1960 Olympic competition), numerous events are being planned before and after to enthrall fans of all ages.

For two weeks, New York City will become a basketball festival. Aside from the doubleheader, Team USA's practices will be in town (site remains undetermined) and some may even be open to the public.

What's more, the Pete Newell-coached 1960 team (Oscar Robertson, Jerry West, Jerry Lucas, Walt Bellamy, Terry Dischinger, Bob Boozer, Darrall Imhoff, Adrian Smith, Les Lane, Allen Kelley, Jay Arnette and Burdette Haldorson), and the Chuck Daly-coached '92 team (no refresher course is necessary, I suspect) will be duly honored in various ceremonies.

All three delegations of dignitaries will take a timeout and travel to Springfield, Mass., for the Aug. 13 induction of the '60 and '92 teams whose nominations are a committee away from certified culmination . . . along Karl Malone and Scottie Pippen and, confidently the majority of other deserving individuals under consideration — Dennis Johnson, Jamaal Wilkes, Gus Johnson, Bernard King, Tex Winter, Chris Mullin, Jerry Buss, Cynthia Cooper, Richie Guerin and Bob Hurley, Sr.


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