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FIBA report on Basketball in South Africa

By on May 20, 2010 in News with 6 Comments
FIBA report on Basketball in South Africa

Prepared by Zoran Radovic (FIBA development director) in Geneva, 27”’ April 2010 Meetings held on various occasions: Basketball South Africa 2010 visit, Johannesburg Basketball Without Borders 2006/2009 camps, Johannesburg NBA Africa reception 2010, Dallas, USA Afrobasket men 2009, Tripoli, Libya University Games 2009, Belgrade, Serbia

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SA teams July low down, the drama and the lies…

By on July 19, 2009 in News with 33 Comments

The USSA team recently came back from Serbia where they didn’t fare really well, finishing last. We can be quick to point the blame on the coaches or players but I think that before we do that we should look at the planning that went into getting the team selected and ready to participate in […]

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Update from Serbia 2009 World Student Games… (2)

By on July 12, 2009 in News with 15 Comments

Day 9 in Belgrade. Serbia clinch the title – Jul 11, 2009 (by Eurobasket News) Final Serbia – Russia 73:51 Serbia triumphed at the World University Games in Belgrade. In 2007 Serbia stopped one step away from the title but the home tournament brought the long-awaited success. Nemanja Protic (182-G-86) scored 19 points to pace the hosts past Russia. Serbia […]

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Update from Serbia 2009 World Student Games… (1)

By on July 8, 2009 in News with 8 Comments

Japan – South Africa 107:61 Japan posted the first win at the World University Games in Belgrade. They dismantled South Africa in Group O today. The African team remained winless as they suffered the third straight defeat at the tournament. Kosuke Kanamaru knocked down 19 points to lead Japan. Takatoshi Furukawa had 18 points in […]

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Update from Serbia 2009 World Student Games…

By on July 6, 2009 in News with 19 Comments
Update from Serbia 2009 World Student Games…

Full team taking part in the competition is provided below. So far the team played their opening pool games against Germany and Latvia and lost both unfortunately. Their next hurdle is against Japan, who they will be playing tonight; let’s hope the feedback is better. Article by Victor Shakineza with information from Denwin Jones

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