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Lithuania’s Mindaugas Kuzminskas and Serbia’s Nemanja Nedovic spoke to BallinEurope following their thrilling semi-final clash at FIBA EuroBasket 2015, where Kuzminskas and Lithuania booked their place in the final and next year’s summer Olympics in Rio. Watch both men talk below.
Nemanja Nedovic told BallinEurope that he was pleased with the way Serbia improved in the second half of their win over Iceland and that he was looking forward to the final two games in Berlin. Watch the full interview below. BallinEurope is in the running for two awards at Blog Awards Ireland. Go here to […]
Serbia’s Nemanja Nedovic spoke to BallinEurope about the narrow escape Serbia had against Germany on Day 2 of EuroBasket 2015 in Berlin. Watch the full interview below.
The crew over at B92 got an extensive interview with super-agent Misko Raznatovic. The original piece is in Serbian but Saša Ozmo has translated it far better than Google can into English. Here are the highlights. On Nemanja Nedovic and the Warriors “I don’t know if he’s gonna get a proper chance – they’re promising […]
Spain brutalised Serbia early as they romped to victory in the first quarter final of EuroBasket 2013. Spain started hot and rarely let off in a rout of Serbia. Everyone knew the Spanish had speed but Serbia weren’t ready for how hard Spain would start the game. A 21-5 first quarter set the tone for […]
Europeans in 2013 NBA Draft: Consensus, Best-Case Scenarios, Official Fearless Predictions™ on our Top 10
NBA Draft Day 2013 is upon us and while US-based media mostly grouses about the lack of high-quality players this time ‘round, European basketball fans have much to look forward to one year after a first round passed with no Continental player selected. In the 2013 edition, a dozen or so European ballers are reasonably […]
Time may be running out all over European domestic leagues, but there’s well enough left for addition to the year’s best plays list – and this one certainly qualifies. Check out Nemanja Nedovic destroying from behind a would-be dunk by Prienai’s Gediminas Orelikas in Lietuvos Rytas’ 75-67 LKL quarterfinal win last night. Note the strange […]
All right, it’s that time again! With hours to go before the 2012-13 Euroleague season tips off, BallinEurope breaks out its first power ratings for the big league. Whereas normally a disclaimer to the effect of “the following ratings are based on current trending only and are not necessarily based on the overall quality of […]
Those who tuned into David and Davis’ podcast over at heinnews this week and/or have been reading the rants posted on BallinEurope on Milos Teodosic’s play in the recent FIBA EuroBasket 2013 qualifiers know that BiE fears something is amiss in Serbia. BallinEurope’s contributing writer from over there, Marko Savkovic, today tells us that head […]
Tonight, Partizan will host Crvena Zvezda/Red Star Belgrade in game three of the Serbian finals. BallinEurope’s man in Serbia, Marko Savkovic, offers a parental advisory: This match will resemble a street fight at some point… On Friday, Red Star finally succeeded in what seemed to be mission impossible only days ago: actually beating Partizan after […]
Even in these days of internationalism, certain constants remain in European basketball vis-à-vis player development. BallinEurope’s Marko Savkovic takes a brief look at the current situation in the countries of the former Yugoslavia, with particular reference to Partizan’s Danilo Andjusic and Nemanja Nedovic of Red Star Belgrade. Ask any coach what a young player needs […]
After getting caught up in a week’s worth of hitting the refresh button for news ‘n’ rumors about big-money men on both sides of the Atlantic jumping teams, BallinEurope today takes a brief look at a pair of FIBA youth basketball championships going on in Europe: the FIBA U17 World Championship and the FIBA U20 […]