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Division I Stage Two Standings
Liga 6
 1. Igokea 10-0 
 2. Mladost 5-5 
 3. Kakanj 5-5 
 4. Leotar 4-6 
 5. Siroki Primorka 3-7 
 6. Spars Sarajevo 3-7 
Places 7-13
 1. Zrinjski HT 12-8 
 2. Sloboda Tuzla 11-9 
 3. Gradjanski 11-9 
 4. Bosnjak 11-9 
 5. Radnik B. 8-12 
 6. Student M. 7-13 
 7. Varda HE 0-0 
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Last:5/5/2016
Division II Standings
1. Liga RS
 1. Student BL 15-3 
 2. Prijedor 12-6 
 3. Rogatica 11-6 
 4. Sutjeska 11-7 
 5. Bratunac 9-8 
 6. HEO 9-8 
 7. Borac BL 8-9 
 8. Kozara 7-10 
 9. Teslic 7-10 
 10. Drina Birac 6-11 
 11. Slavija 0-17 
A1 Liga FBIH
 1. Gradina S. 16-7 
 2. Bosna-Royal 15-7 
 3. Vogosca 15-7 
 4. Lukavac 14-8 
 5. Celik 12-10 
 6. Donji Vakuf 11-11 
 7. Turbina 11-11 
 8. Orlovik 10-12 
 9. Burch 9-13 
 10. Igman 8-14 
 11. Gradina T. 6-15 
 12. Brcko 5-17 
A1 Liga KSHB
 1. Grude 13-0 
 2. Capljina 11-2 
 3. Siroki II 8-6 
 4. Posusje 7-6 
 5. Tomislav 6-7 
 6. Novi 5-8 
 7. Livno 4-8 
 8. Mostar 2-9 
 9. Busovaca 2-12 
Last:4/4/2016
Points Per Game
 Ramo RIZVIC
  Student M.
  (200-F-87)
  Avg: 20.4
 1. Rizvic, Student M.20.4 
 2. Bajramovic, Socar19.4 
 3. Sejfic, Student M.18.7 
 4. Persic, Spars S.18.3 
 5. Sekulovic, Sloboda18.1 
 6. Janjusevic, Gradj.17.4 
 7. Novacic, Latina B.16.1 
 8. Residovic, Bosnjak16.0 
 9. Princ, Zrinjski HT15.6 
 10. Vranic, Gradjanski15.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Ismet SEJFIC
  Student M.
  (208-C-93)
  Avg: 9.6
 1. Sejfic, Student M.9.6 
 2. Faber, Polfarme.9.1 
 3. Bajramovic, Socar9.1 
 4. Rizvic, Student M.8.7 
 5. Sekulovic, Sloboda8.2 
 6. Radukic, Mladost7.8 
 7. Tomic, Kakanj7.5 
 8. Damjanovic, Radnik7.5 
 9. Djuranovic, Mlado.7.3 
 10. Kadic, Bosnjak6.8 
Assists Per Game
 Juraj SEGARIC
  Jolly JBS
  (185-PG-93)
  Avg: 8.5
 1. Segaric, Jolly JBS8.5 
 2. Princ, Zrinjski HT6.2 
 3. Djurdjevic, Bosnjak5.6 
 4. Sinadinovic, Slobo.5.0 
 5. Damjanovic, Radnik4.6 
 6. Boljkovac, Kakanj4.6 
 7. Svilar, Mladost4.4 
 8. Knezevic, Mladost4.2 
 9. Radivojevic, Igokea4.0 
 10. Rizvic, Student M.3.9 
Steals Per Game
 Edin ATIC
  Spars S.
  (201-G/F-97)
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Atic, Spars S.2.6 
 2. Knezevic, Mladost2.4 
 3. Princ, Zrinjski HT1.9 
 4. Gajic, Spars S.1.7 
 5. Novacic, Latina B.1.6 
 6. Milosevic, Igokea1.6 
 7. Segaric, Jolly JBS1.5 
 8. Boljkovac, Kakanj1.5 
 9. Brown, Zrinjski HT1.5 
 10. Petric, Zrinjski1.5 
Blocks Per Game
 Nemanja BEZBRADICA
  Openjobm.
  (206-PF-93)
  Avg: 1.3
 1. Bezbradica, Openjo.1.3 
 2. Djuranovic, Mlado.1.2 
 3. Pavic, Zrinjski HT1.2 
 4. Tomic, Kakanj1.0 
 5. Damjanovic, Siroki1.0 
 6. Faber, Polfarme.0.9 
 7. Atic, Spars S.0.8 
 8. Albijanic, Igokea0.7 
 9. Pelkic, Leotar0.7 
 10. Djurasovic, Leotar0.7 
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Eurobasket 2012 Bosnians abroad recap! - Sep 15, 2012


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Eurobasket 2012 Bosnians abroad recap!

You could field a pretty strong team with players who have origins in Bosnia and Hercigovina. Most of the players on this list were either born in Bosnia or are of Bosnian descent.

SUAD SEHOVIC: Suad was once one of the brightest young stars in European basketball a few seasons ago. A devastating knee injury robbed him of some of his athleticism but he has bounced back to be a very solid pro player. Now 25 years old, he has developed into one of the leaders of a very surprising Montenegro team. Suad was close to being a member of the BiH National team a few years ago but the KSBiH balked at guaranteed playing time for him and he moved onto Montenegro instead.
SEAD SEHOVIC: Just 23, the younger brother of Suad has developed into a very reliable player for Montenegro as well. He does a little of everything well and is a reliable shooter who rarely forces or takes a bad shot for his team.
DINO PITA: Dino is an excellent shooter coming off the bench, he does little else well but can knock down shots from anywhere on the court and has excellent range. He personifies the role of shooting specialist and has developed into an excellent role player.
BOJAN BOGDANOVIC: Bojan was kicked off the Croatian team early this summer, raising hopes he would return home and represent BiH, but this was not to be and he rejoined his Croatian teammates. Bojan has great size for a shooting guard at 203cm and is a natural scorer. One of the best in Europe at putting the ball in the basket there is a very good chance he will play in the NBA someday soon. Bojan can score in bunches and is a smooth player who has developed into a consistent threat on the court.
DAMIR MARKOTA: Damir is as skilled as any player in Europe and even spent some time in the NBA with the Milwaukee Bucks. He is however, maddingly inconsistent and rarely strings together long stretches were he dominates. He is however an excellent role player who rarely forces the action on the court, that can be a mixed blessing however when you are as talented as he is.
DARKO PLANINIC: Darko had a brief chance to display his talent with the New Orleans Hornets summer league team this summer. He rejoined the Croatian National Team just in time to once again display that he is an excellent scoring threat coming off the bench for the team.
RASID MAHALBASIC: Rasid is the undisputed leader of his team and is a crafty scorer for his them. More productive than talented, he reminds one a bit of Luis Scola a smart, crafty player who gets every ounce of production out of his body.
DAVOR LAMESIC: Davor was one of the most surprising players for Austria this summer, proving to be a crafty solid player who has few weaknesses. He could score, has great range and surprising rebounding and passing ability for a player his size.
EMIR PRELDZIC: Emir was once a rising star of basketball whose rise has stalled at the level of good player. He just isnt a good enough scorer or rebounder to make a huge difference even with his amazing passing ability. He doesnt use his strengths as well as he should and prefers to play on the perimeter and his play has leveled off dramatically. Still, Emir is a very solid player who can do some surprising things on the basketball court for his team.
  



Alex Renfroe doesn't deserve the chance to represent Bosnia and Herzigovina! Bosnia deserves better! - 16 hours ago

Alex Renfroe doesn't deserve the chance to represent Bosnia and Herzigovina! Bosnia deserves better! Back in April of 2015 Harun Mahmutovic was finishing his negotiations with Alex Renfroe to represent Bosnia and Herzegovina's basketball team. Shortly after that it was announced that Renfroe would be the next American following the legacy of Americans who have played for Bosnia starting with Terrel Castle, Henry Domercant and Zach Wright. At that time there was no way to know that Renfro...   [read more]
Bosnia U20 Team Recap! - 19 hours ago

Bosnia U20 Team Recap! BiH 97 - Slovakia 51: Slovakia was able to hang around for the first quarter before Bosnia ran away in the second going on a 25 to 6 run and putting the game away early. The team had a balanced attack with six players scoring in double figures led by Haris Curevac with 14pts. Bosnia had 64 rebounds to Slovakia's 28 and shot a blistering 60.9% from two in the game compared to Slovakia's 25% which was the difference. Croatia 70 - BiH 66: Bosnia came out dominating i...   [read more]

Djordje
Micic
Spars Sarajevo keeps Micic for another season - 21 hours ago

OKK Spars Sarajevo (Division I) re-signed 23-year old small forward Djordje Micic (202-93). He played there last season. In 27 Division I games he averaged 5.9ppg and 2.2rpg. Micic helped them to make it to the Bosnia and Herzegovina Cup Semifinals. The previous (14-15) season he played at Gradjanski where in 22 Division I games he had 7.3ppg, 3.0rpg and 1.3apg. Micic's team made it to the Slovenian final in 2012. He represented Bosnia at the European Championships U16 Division B in Saraj...   [read more]


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