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2010/11 Adriatic League News, Fixtures & Results

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Posted 09 March 2011 - 06:44 PM

Indeed. But I am sad because Cibona isn't there, its just not the same...

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 12:52 PM

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Union Olimpija : Nymburk 74:63 (60:52, 39:38, 17:21)
Shermadini 14, Jagodnik 11; Sokolovsky 18

Budućnost : Zagreb 77:80 (52:60, 34:42, 19:16)
Ščekić 21; Kasun 28, Simon 18

Cibona : Krka 67:72 (50:57, 31:40, 25:21)
Zubčić 20; Booker 17, Petrov 12

Široki : Radnički 103:94 (78:70, 52:49, 20:25)
Pilepić 25, Morović 19; Marković 21, Vukosavljević 17

Cedevita : C. zvezda 98:95 (67:76, 41:43, 21:21)
Baždarić 27, Žižić 25; Bakić 21, Nedović 18

Hemofarm : Igokea 82:62 (68:43, 46:22, 24:13)
Maras 18, Pavković 14; Joksimović 19, Chase 12

Partizan : Zadar 85:50 (66:36, 43:25, 14:13)
Vesely 15, Jerrells Louis 12; Car 19

Standings:

1. Krka * 24 games - 41 points
2. Partizan * 24 - 40
3. Union Olimpija * 24 – 40

4. Zagreb 24 - 38
5. Budućnost 24 - 37
6. Cedevita 24 - 36
7. Hemofarm 24 - 36
8. Radnički 24 - 36
9. Igokea 24 - 35
10. Nymburk 24 - 35
11. Cibona 24 - 34
12. Široki Brijeg 24 - 34
13. Zadar 24 - 31
14. Crvena zvezda 24 - 31

* - already qualified fo Final 4


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Posted 10 March 2011 - 05:30 PM

KRKA very surprised me - team have a small budget, not-star players and play very well. I am Slovenia basketball fan, so i am happy with this result :)
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Posted 11 March 2011 - 06:05 PM

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KRKA very surprised me - team have a small budget, not-star players and play very well. I am Slovenia basketball fan, so i am happy with this result :)

I'm also very surprised. I did expect this to happen. But It's not bad that a smaller club for ones has succes. They played good all season they deserved it. Too bad Cibona won't be in the Final Four

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Posted 14 March 2011 - 09:58 PM

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Round 25 review

Zadar 71-88 Hemofarm
Crvena Zvezda 92-70 Union Olimpi.
Igokea 71-73 Siroki TT
Radnicki 73-79 Cedevita
Cibona 70-80 Buducnost
Krka 62-72 Partizan
CEZ Nymburk 83-74 KK Zagreb CO

Standings
1. Partizan 17-8
2. Krka 17-8
3. Union Olimpija 16-9
4. Buducnost 14-11
5. KK Zagreb CO 14-11
6. Hemofarm 13-12
7. Cedevita 13-12
8. CEZ Nymburk 12-13
9. Radnicki 12-13
10. Siroki TT 11-14
11. Igokea 11-14
12. Cibona 10-15
13. Crvena Zvezda 8-17
14. Zadar 7-18


Green-on Final Four
Red-out from Adriatic next year
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Posted 16 March 2011 - 12:39 AM

Partizan first in League after he win against Cibona 89-74. B)
Buducnost going on Final Four!!!! Big surprise like Krka. ;)
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Posted 16 March 2011 - 03:25 PM

Budočnost is no surprise for me :rolleyes: To have Lituanian in your team guarantees that you will be more successful than usual :D
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Posted 16 March 2011 - 04:33 PM

Lol, u got that right! :D

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Posted 17 March 2011 - 12:17 AM

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Last Round

KK Zagreb CO 107-85 Crvena Zvezda
Union Olimpi. 92-65 Radnicki
Siroki TT 80-74 Zadar
Hemofarm 73-68 Krka
Partizan 89-74 Cibona
Buducnost 102-91 CEZ Nymburk
Cedevita 79-72 Igokea

Standings

1 KK Partizan mt:s 18 8
2 KK Union Olimpija 17 9
3 KK Krka 17 9
4 KK Budućnost 15 11
5 KK Zagreb 15 11
6 KK Hemofarm STADA 14 12
7 KK Cedevita 14 12
8 CEZ Nymburk 12 14
9 KK Široki 12 14
10 KK Radnički 12 14 38
11 KK Igokea 11 15 37
12 KK Cibona 10 16 36
13 KK Crvena zvezda 8 18
14 KK Zadar 7 19


Green-on Final Four
Red-out from Adriatic next year
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Posted 17 March 2011 - 07:50 AM

Olimpija and Krka earned Slovenia another two teams for the next season! B) :thup:

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Posted 17 March 2011 - 12:00 PM

That means that we will have even stronger league next season due to the expansion of the Slovenian basketball!

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Posted 17 March 2011 - 12:56 PM

Hopefully Cibona will be better next year because it's sad to see a team with a great history stand so low in the standings

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Posted 17 March 2011 - 09:43 PM

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Hopefully Cibona will be better next year because it's sad to see a team with a great history stand so low in the standings


Next season they will be good. ;)
I expect to see Split backing in Adriatic.
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Posted 17 March 2011 - 09:46 PM

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Olimpija and Krka earned Slovenia another two teams for the next season! B) :thup:


Serbia will pay 100.000 euros for one place also Croatia.And Serbia will have fourth places.And Bosnia will lose one like Croatia.But main problem will be Nymburk stay or not?

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Posted 17 March 2011 - 11:41 PM

View Poststefans, on 17 March 2011 - 09:43 PM, said:

Next season they will be good. ;)
I expect to see Split backing in Adriatic.



few mouths ago there was rumor abot them droping out and that board saves WC for Zvezda or Zadar...now it is vrey likley that they will leave league....I must say it would disgrace if Zadar gets WC. Rules are rules

Sure:

Slovenia 4
Serbia 3+1 WC
Croatia 2+1
BiH 1
Buducnost

If Nymburk leaves rumours are difrent that one WC will go to Croatia or BiH smoe says it will be Macedonian club....We had catastrophic season and we don't deserve 4th spot, but if we get it then Split should come infront of Zadar

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Posted 18 March 2011 - 12:05 AM

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If Nymburk leaves rumours are difrent that one WC will go to Croatia or BiH smoe says it will be Macedonian club....We had catastrophic season and we don't deserve 4th spot, but if we get it then Split should come infront of Zadar

I think Aris would be one of the best teams in NLB...
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Posted 18 March 2011 - 12:58 AM

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I think Aris would be one of the best teams in NLB...


You should not be "angry" B) Guy mean on FYR of M. :agree:
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Posted 18 March 2011 - 07:54 PM

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You should not be "angry" B) Guy mean on FYR of M. :agree:

I'm not mad. Actually I would like to see Aris or PAOK or both in Adriatic League... although to be honest I don't like Macedonian teams like the aforementioned much...
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Posted 18 March 2011 - 10:50 PM

View PostBlack Urum, on 18 March 2011 - 07:54 PM, said:

I'm not mad. Actually I would like to see Aris or PAOK or both in Adriatic League... although to be honest I don't like Macedonian teams like the aforementioned much...


Maybe if they pay 500.000 like Nymburk :crazy:
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Posted 22 March 2011 - 07:56 PM

Nymburk is out from Adriatic.Maccabi maybe in and maybe one FYR Macedonian team.says president of Adriatic.
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