#1. This week's number one is an international center Kenan Bajramovic (205-81, currently plays in Turkey). Bajramovic led Banvit BK to a victory over the 14th-ranked Besiktas (0-6) 79-69 in the Turkish TBL in Sunday night's game.
He was MVP of the game. Bajramovic scored 16 points and grabbed 8 rebounds.
Banvit Basketbol Kulubu (6-1) is placed fourth in the TBL.
It was his team's sixth consecutive victory in a row.
But the season just started, so everything may happen.
This year Bajramovic averages: 7.1ppg, 4.7rpg, 2FGP: 32.1% and FT: 72.7%.
He is currently a member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina senior national team.
#2. Second place goes to an international guard Zack Wright (195-85, college: Central Mo., currently plays in Russia), who plays in the Russian PBL. Wright could not help Spartak St.Petersburg to beat Triumph Lyubertsy (3-2).
He recorded 9 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists.
But Spartak St.Petersburg was edged 64-62 on the road by the higher-ranked Triumph Lyubertsy (#3).
Wright's overall stats this season are: 5.8ppg, 3.5rpg, 2.0apg, 2FGP: 52.6% and FT: 75.0%.
He is a naturalized American.
Wright is in the roster of the Bosnia and Herzegovina senior national team. Strangely he has never played in Bosnia.
#3. The Bosnia and Herzegovina player who performed third best last week abroad was former international point guard Zlatko Jovanovic (181-84, agency: Beo Basket, currently plays in EuroChallenge), who plays in Romania. Jovanovic was not able to help Timisoara (1-2) in their last game on Tuesday. Despite his very good performance the third-placed Timisoara was defeated 93-80 at home by the second-ranked Szolnok in the group F of EuroChallenge.
Jovanovic was the top scorer with 22 points. He also added made 5 passes and 3 steals.
There are only three games left until the end of the EuroChallenge Regular Season. So now every game will be critical.
Jovanovic has individually a very good season with high stats. He averages: 18.0ppg, 3.3rpg, 4.3apg, 1.3spg, 2FGP: 71.4% and FT: 94.1%(16-17).
Jovanovic played for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team three years ago.
#4. An experienced center Barisa Krasic (203-78, currently plays in Adriatic League), who plays in Croatia was not able to secure a victory for KK Zadar (3-7) in their last game on Saturday. Despite his very good performance KK Zadar was defeated 76-68 in Skopje by the higher-ranked MZT Skopje (#7).
Krasic was the top scorer with 24 points. He also added 4 rebounds.
It's Krasic's first season with the team.
Krasic's overall stats this year are: 8.1ppg and 2.3rpg.
He used to play for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team
back in 2005.
#5. International forward Miralem Halilovic (205-91, currently plays in Croatia) contributed to an easy victory against the ninth-ranked Osjecki Sokol (2-6) crushing them 102-79 in the Croatian A1 in Sunday night's game.
Halilovic scored 12 points, grabbed 4 boards, handed out 5 passes and blocked 2 shots in a mere 18 minutes.
KK Zagreb (7-1) is placed first in the A1.
This year Halilovic's overall stats are: 3.9ppg, 1.7rpg and 1.1apg in the seven games he played so far.
He used to play for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team
#6. Center Esmir Rizvic (213-82, college: Texas Tech, currently plays in Slovenia) contributed to a Maribor Messer's victory against the ninth-ranked Grosuplje (1-5) 79-68 in the Slovenian Telemach League last Saturday.
Rizvic scored 14 points and grabbed 6 rebounds.
KK Maribor Messer (5-1) is placed first in the Telemach League.
It was his team's fifth consecutive victory in a row.
Rizvic has relatively good stats this season: 12.2ppg and 5.5rpg.
He is a former international player as he played for the Bosnia and Herzegovina senior team three years ago.
#7. International center Jusuf Nurkic (212-94, currently plays in Adriatic League) helped his Croatian team Cedevita win their game against the league outsider Szolnok (2-8) 91-86 in the Adriatic League on Sunday night.
Nurkic scored 9 points.
KK Cedevita Zagreb (6-4) is placed third in the Adriatic League.
This season Nurkic averages only 4.3ppg.
Despite he played previously for the Slovenian U16 national team, Nurkic is currently in the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team roster.
#8. Point guard Nemanja Gordic (192-88, currently plays in Adriatic League) helped his Serbian team Partizan win their game against the closely-ranked Cedevita (6-4) 58-55 in the Adriatic League last Sunday.
He recorded 6 points and had 3 steals.
It was the game of the round between two top 4 ranked teams. BC Partizan MT:S Beograd (8-2) is placed second in the Adriatic League.
Gordic's total stats this season are: 6.5ppg, 1.5rpg and 1.5spg.
He plays currently for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team.
#9. International forward Nihad Djedovic (198-90, also represented by Beo Basket, currently plays in Germany) helped ALBA Berlin win their game against the 12th-ranked Deutsche Bank Skyliners (4-6) crushing them 91-65 in the German BBL in Sunday night's game.
Djedovic scored 10 points.
ALBA Berlin (6-2) is placed fifth in the BBL.
It was his team's fourth consecutive victory in a row.
This season Djedovic has relatively solid stats: 11.8ppg, 3.1rpg, 1.6apg and 1.1spg.
He is also in the roster of the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team.
#10. Point guard Sasa Vasiljevic (180-79, another player represented by Beo Basket, currently plays in Ukraine), who plays in the Ukrainian Superleague couldn't help Halychyna (9-6) in their last game. Despite Vasiljevic's very good performance Halychyna lost 75-82 on their home court in Lviv to the higher-ranked (#3) Budivelnyk.
He was the top scorer with 15 points. Vasiljevic also added 3 passes in 20 minutes.
This year Vasiljevic's total stats are: 9.1ppg, 1.3rpg, 4.9apg and 1.1spg in the 15 games.
He is an international player who is currently on the senior Bosnia and Herzegovina National Team roster.
#11. International guard Ernest Bremer (194-80, agency: Higher Vision Sports, college: St.Bonaventure, currently plays in Turkey) managed to help Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul to win against the ninth-ranked Tofas 74-66 in the Turkish TBL on Sunday night.
Bremer scored only 3 points and added 3 passes.
Bremer has averaged so far 3.8ppg and 2.2apg.
He is a naturalized American.
Bremer used to play for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team
He played also for Bosna ASA BH Telecom Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina league.
#12. International shooting guard Ivan Opacak (201-80, agency: INVICTUS Sports Group, currently plays in Poland) helped PGE Turow win their game against the eighth-ranked Kotwica 96-80 in the Polish TBL on Saturday night.
Opacak scored 9 points in 17 minutes.
Opacak has averaged so far 8.4ppg and 2.0rpg in the seven games.
He is also in the roster of the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team.
#13. International forward Adnan Hodzic (203-88, agency: Pro One Sports, college: Lipscomb, currently plays in Switzerland) was the main contributor in Monthey's victory against the closely-ranked Neuchatel 67-58 in the Swiss LNA in Saturday night's game.
Hodzic was the best player in that game. He scored 22 points and grabbed 8 rebounds.
Hodzic is ranked seventh on the list of the top scorers in the league.
This season he has very high stats. Hodzic averages: 17.8ppg, 7.0rpg and 1.8apg.
He used to play for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team
#14. Former international guard Marko Popovic (193-84, currently plays in Serbia), who plays in the Serbian A League couldn't help Sloga (1-8) in their last game. Despite Popovic's very good performance Sloga lost 81-95 on the opponent's court to the league outsider (#17) Vrsac.
He was the second best scorer with 21 points. Popovic also added 8 passes in 33 minutes.
Popovic is currently seventh on the list of top scorers and also on the list of best passers (first place).
He has very impressive stats this year: 15.2ppg, 3.0rpg, 7.0apg and 1.4spg in the five games.
Popovic used to play for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team
back in 2009.
#15. International guard Goran Ikonic (196-80, another player represented by Beo Basket, currently plays in Ukraine) is a teammate of previously mentioned Sasa Vasiljevic and both played together in the last Ukrainian Superleague game.
Ikonic, who plays in the Ukrainian Superleague couldn't help Halychyna (9-6) in their last game. Despite his good performance Halychyna lost 75-82 on their home court in Lviv to the higher-ranked (#3) Budivelnyk.
Ikonic was the second best scorer with 13 points in 24 minutes.
He has averaged so far 8.9ppg, 3.7rpg and 1.3apg in the 15 games.
Ikonic is also in the roster of the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team.
The list of other players, who all have Bosnia and Herzegovina passport but never been selected to any of Bosnia and Herzegovina national teams:
#1.Zoran Planinic (198-G-82, currently plays in VTB United League) led his Russian team Khimky to a victory over the ninth-ranked Kalev/Cramo (1-5) 77-67 in the VTB United League in Monday night's game.
He was MVP of the game. Planinic scored 14 points, had 7 rebounds and dished 6 assists in 31 minutes.
BC Khimky Moscow Region (5-1) is placed second in group A.
Planinic belongs to league's best passers and is ranked #5 with 4.6apg.
He also averaged so far 11.4ppg and 4.0rpg in the five games he played so far.
Planinic has a dual citizenship: Croatian and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
#2.Bojan Bogdanovic (203-SG-89, currently plays in Turkey) was the main contributor in a Fenerbahce Ulker's victory against the 12th-ranked Turk Telekom (2-5) crushing them 103-81 in the Turkish TBL last Sunday.
He was MVP of the game. Bogdanovic recorded 18 points and added 3 assists.
Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul (6-1) is placed third in the TBL.
But this is still an early stage of the season and everything may happen.
Bogdanovic has relatively good stats this year: 13.4ppg, 2.6rpg and 1.6apg.
He is another player who holds two passports: Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatian.
#3.Marko Keselj (206-SF-88, agency: Beo Basket, currently plays in Eurocup) contributed to an easy victory against the closely-ranked s Oliver Baskets (1-2) crushing them 97-64 in the Eurocup on Tuesday night.
Keselj scored 14 points, had 5 rebounds and dished 4 assists in 25 minutes.
It was the game of the round between two top 4 ranked teams. Valencia Basket (3-0) is placed first in the Eurocup.
So far his team won all three games in the Regular Season.
There are only three games left until the end of the Eurocup Regular Season. So now every game will be critical.
This year Keselj averages: 5.7ppg, 2.3rpg and 1.7apg in the three games.
He has both Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbian nationalities.
#4.Damir Markota (209-F-85, currently plays in Turkey) was the major contributor in Besiktas' victory against the 11th-ranked Hacettepe (2-5) 69-63 in the Turkish TBL last Monday.
Markota had a double-double by scoring 17 points and getting 10 rebounds in 21 minutes.
Besiktas Istanbul (4-3) is placed sixth in the TBL.
But the season is still in it's first stage and everything can happen.
This year Markota's overall stats are: 10.0ppg, 5.6rpg and 2.0apg in the seven games.
He also holds two passports: Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatian.
#5.Mirza Begic (217-C-85, currently plays in Spain) contributed to a Real Madrid's victory against the 15th-ranked Assignia Manresa (1-8) 97-84 in the Spanish ACB on Sunday night.
Begic scored 8 points and blocked 2 shots.
Real Madrid (9-0) is placed first in the ACB.
So far his team won all nine games in the Regular Season.
But there are still lots of games to play and it's a long way to go.
Begic's overall stats this season are: 5.0ppg and 2.9rpg.
He has Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenian nationalities.
#6.Suad Sehovic (196-G/F-87, currently plays in EuroChallenge), who plays in Ukraine could not help Khimik (2-1) in their last game. Despite Sehovic's very good performance the second-placed Khimik was edged 88-86 on the road by the leading Gaz Metan in the group D of EuroChallenge.
He scored 16 points and grabbed 7 rebounds in 34 minutes.
Sehovic has relatively good stats this year: 10.7ppg, 5.7rpg and 1.3apg in the three games.
He has dual citizenship: Montenegrin and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
#7.Sead Sehovic (196-G/F-89, currently plays in Adriatic League), who plays in Hungary was not able to help Szolnok (2-8) in their last game. Despite Sehovic's very good performance the bottom-ranked Szolnok lost 78-82 at home to the leading Igokea.
He was the second best scorer with 17 points. Sehovic also added 5 rebounds and 3 assists in 35 minutes.
Sehovic has relatively good stats this year: 12.2ppg, 4.2rpg and 1.7apg in the six games.
He has Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegrin nationalities.
#8.Mato Peraica (203-C-81, currently plays in Croatia) helped Vrijednosnice OS win their game against the closely-ranked Krizevci crushing them 84-55 in the Croatian A1 last Saturday.
He was the best player in that game. Peraica had a double-double by scoring 23 points and getting 10 rebounds in 29 minutes.
Peraica belongs to league's top scorers (ranked #6) and also on the list of best rebounders (sixth place).
He has individually a very good year with high stats. Peraica averages: 16.6ppg, 6.1rpg and 1.6apg in the eight games.
#9.Emir Zimic (215-C-86, currently plays in Slovenia) helped Tajfun win their game against the league outsider Polzela 90-82 in the Slovenian Telemach League on Saturday night.
Zimic was the best player in that game. He had a double-double by scoring 19 points and getting 10 rebounds. Zimic also added 4 blocks in 26 minutes.
Zimic is currently second on the list of best blockers with 1.5bpg.
This year his other stats are: 6.0ppg and 5.2rpg in the six games.
#10.Igor Josipovic (203-F/C-88, currently plays in Slovenia) helped Maribor Messer win their game against the ninth-ranked Grosuplje 79-68 in the Slovenian Telemach League in Saturday night's game.
Josipovic scored 15 points.
This season he has relatively solid stats: 12.2ppg and 3.8rpg.
Vuk Radivojevic (196-G-83), Nikola Pesakovic (193-G-91) and Miroslav Pasajlic (190-G-95) will remain with Igokea in the forthcoming season, as Radivojevic and Pesakovic have agreed with the club on new contracts, while Pasajlic and the club did not use the option to terminate their cooperation. Three important members of the ABA League squad from Aleksandrovac Vuk Radivojevic (196-G-83)c, Nikola Pesakovic (193-G-91)c and Miroslav Pasajlic (190-G-95)c will remain members of the team led b... [read more]
Vuk Radivojevic (196-G-83), Nikola Pesakovic (193-G-91) and Miroslav Pasajlic (190-G-95) will remain with Igokea in the forthcoming season, as Radivojevic and Pesakovic have agreed with the club on new contracts, while Pasajlic and the club did not use the option to terminate their cooperation.
Three important members of the ABA League squad from Aleksandrovac Vuk Radivojevic (196-G-83)c, Nikola Pesakovic (193-G-91)c and Miroslav Pasajlic (190-G-95)c will remain members of the team led by Dragan Bajic from the bench. Radivojevic and Pesakovic have signed new contracts with Igosi. On the other hand neither Pasajlic nor Igokea did not use the option to terminate their valid contract after the end of the season, since they were satisfied with their cooperation.
The three players were the backbone of the team that won the BiH national championship trophy last season and took the ninth place in the standings in the ABA League. Captain Radivojevic averaged 14.1 points, 5 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game in the regional competition. Pesakovic added 6 points, 2.2 rebound and 0.9 assists, while Pasajlic contributed 1.8 points, 1.1 rebounds and 0.8 assists per contest.
KK Buducnost Voli Podgorica (Erste Liga) confirmed in their roster 27-year old Montenegrin ex-international swingman Sead Sehovic (197-89). He is a dual citizen owning also Bosnia and Herzegovina passport. Sehovic played there last season. In 10 Eurocup games he had 8.0ppg, 3.8rpg and 2.2apg. He also played 25 games in ABA League where he recorded 8.3ppg, 2.9rpg and 2.4apg. He helped them to win the regular season and make it to the semifinals. He won Montenegrin League championship title... [read more]
KK Buducnost Voli Podgorica (Erste Liga) confirmed in their roster 27-year old Montenegrin ex-international swingman Sead Sehovic (197-89). He is a dual citizen owning also Bosnia and Herzegovina passport. Sehovic played there last season. In 10 Eurocup games he had 8.0ppg, 3.8rpg and 2.2apg. He also played 25 games in ABA League where he recorded 8.3ppg, 2.9rpg and 2.4apg. He helped them to win the regular season and make it to the semifinals. He won Montenegrin League championship title in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2016 and the cup in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2016. The previous (14-15) season Sehovic played at MZT Skopje (Prva Liga) in FYR Macedonian league. In 26 games he recorded 11.5ppg, 5.3rpg and 2.8apg. He also played 20 games in ABA League where he recorded 10.5ppg, 3.8rpg and 2.1apg. The 2013-14 season Sehovic played at BBC Bayreuth (BBL) in German league. In 10 games he recorded 12.5ppg, 4.0rpg and 2.6apg. The 2012-13 season he played at Szolnoki Olajbanyasz (A Division) in Hungarian league. The team played in three different competitions (!!!) that year, and Sehovic was exposed to basketball on different levels. In 18 A Division games he recorded 11.4ppg, 4.7rpg, 2.7apg and 1.1spg. He contributed to his team making it to both league and cup finals after they ended regular season as second best team. Sehovic also played 12 games in FIBA Europe Cup where Sehovic recorded 9.1ppg, 5.2rpg and 2.4apg. He also played 22 games in ABA League where Sehovic recorded 12.2ppg, 4.8rpg and 2.5apg. A very impressive season as he was named to Eurobasket.com All-Adriatic League Honorable Mention. He also spent pre-season at Mornar Bar that year. Sehovic was also tried-out by Sutor Montegranaro (Serie C) in Italian league. The list of the past achievements is quite long as among others Sehovic was voted Eurobasket.com All-Macedonian League 1st Team in 2015. He was also a member of Montenegrin international program for some years. Sehovic played for Montenegrin Senior National Team between 2010 and 2014 and previously for U21 National Team back in 2007. He also represented Montenegro at the Qualifications to European Championships 2015 two years ago. His stats at that event were 6 games: 6.2ppg, 3.8rpg, 1.7apg, FGP: 53.3%, 3PT: 21.1%, FT: 81.8%. Sehovic has played also professionally in Bosnia (Bosna-Royal), Germany (EWE Baskets).
Another interview, this time with Admir Prasovic, coach who is currently in Zeljeznicar womens team. 1.How did you fall in love with basketball and what was the key moment in your life to start coaching? It happened during the '80s, my brother Adel Prasovic played for youth teams of BC Bosna, a team that was a powerhouse in former Yugoslavia back then. Their youth selections could be compared to the strength of today' s national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina. I begged him to take me wit... [read more]
Another interview, this time with Admir Prasovic, coach who is currently in Zeljeznicar womens team.
1.How did you fall in love with basketball and what was the key moment in your life to start coaching? It happened during the '80s, my brother Adel Prasovic played for youth teams of BC Bosna, a team that was a powerhouse in former Yugoslavia back then. Their youth selections could be compared to the strength of today' s national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina. I begged him to take me with him to practices and games, so it all began. I was aware that the war in early 90s will not give me a chance to be a player at the top level, but basketball has already become part of me and I decided to start coaching.
2.The first opportunity to work as a coach arrived in 2003 years when in your native Sarajevo you started coaching youth teams of Zeljeznicar. As a 23 year old young coach it must have been a a big challenge at that time? That's right, I was invited by the head coach Elmedin Omanic to actually organize the work with youth teams at the Club. First we started a basketball school and after only three years of dedicated work we had an important role at the state level. But it was essential that the senior team started getting players from our youth teams and it was not the case before. I also started following the practices of the first team and my love for the game of basketball just grew even more.
3.In 2006 arrived the first trophies in your trophy room. As assistant coach of Zeljeznicar you won the championship and the cup of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Could you tell us more about this experience? I was lucky and enjoyed the experience because of the ambition of the club, commitment of the management and the goals of the club that were very demanding- to win the championship and national cup but also to win as many games as possible on the international level through EWWL Trocal league, then the FIBA Cup. I worked with, or rather learned from top players, had a chance to collaborate with great coaches: Elmedin Omanic, Hamdo Frljak, Mladen Jojic, Mensura Hadzic-Andelija. A large number of top players and national team members from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Serbian played for Zeljeznicar and it was certainly a period in which I learned and gained a lot of experience The national league in Bosnia and international competitions have been at a very high level at that time.
4.In the seasons 2007/2008 and 2009/2010 Zeljeznicar made it to the Top 16 in the FIBA Eurocup. How important was for you as a young assistant coach the chance to scout strong team from the Eurocup? These are things that are remembered for a lifetime, playing against clubs that have huge budgets, the entire roster consisting of professionals from the strongest leagues of Europe. As a young coach you are part of a team and carry a great responsibility. Trying to easily share all the pressure with the first coach, you just focus on one thing and that is to meet the target and go to the second phase of the competition. Experience and school of life for me. The first year we were eliminated by Tarbes (FRA) and in the following season we won against Partizan (SRB) in Vrsac. I will remember it for a lifetime as the greatest victory, because during the game on the day 14.01.2010. my son Nedim was born.
5.The award for quality work came in season 2011/2012 when you were appointed as head coach of Play off from Sarajevo. Was it difficult to make the transition from the role of assistant coach to the role of head coach and could you tell us more about results of Play off in the period while you were head coach? There is no transition, you feel the moment and move to work independently, then you need to see if you are ready to deal with all the pressures, responsibility and have mental strength to manage senior team players. I also do not like the division between coaches of male and female teams. The key is in approach and psychology. When I say 'approach' I mean to have the authority and knowledge, because only in this way you can earn respect from your players. By 'psychology' I mean the power of the spirit that you have as a coach to be able to get the best out of the team, to hide all their weaknesses and make them look strong in the final minutes of important games because it's in your job description. Play off finished the season at 3rd place, right behind Spurs and Sloboda Dita. Many people consider it the best season in Bosnian basketball since its independence. What I was particularly proud on is the fact that I promoted a couple of young players who never got a real chance before and now they are on the national team's lists.
6.In June 2013 years you had the honor to cooperate with John Thompson III at a camp organized by Georgetown University. How important was this experience for you? Did you get any advice from the famous NCAA coach Thompson? I got a call and agreed to do it. It was an unforgettable experience. I was interested in methodology, psychological approach, method of selection of players in terms of potential etc. It fascinated me the motivation of US players who at any time have a passionate motive to win 1 on 1 and play defense with a lot of energy. Shooting drills and percentages get a lot of importance and even though there are many details accurate shooting is the basic of the game of basketball. John Thompson III is a good coach and son of the famous John Thompson, with whom I had the honor to talk and he gave me the right advice. He did not talk much, but he showed that he cared about young coaches at the camp and we talked a lot after we got to know each other better.
7.In 2014 you were the assistant coach of U18 national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the European Championship A division in Turkey (Konya). You had a chance to work with talented young players like Nedim Dedovic, Edin Atic, Kenan Karahodzic, Imran Polutak and others. How did that experience go? Great generation and a smart team. This team showed character and we avoided relegation in A division, which was the goal, but the majority of players were born in 1997 so it was a big accomplishment to fight against older players. The same team in 2015 played in 1/2 finals of the European Championships in Greece and in the end we took 4th place as the upgraded version of the team that in 2013 was selected by my colleague Dragan Bajic. I was very motivated to to work with this generation but also to cooperate with Dragan Bajic because his team in the season 2013/14 played the most attractive basketball in ABA League.
8.After you got a FIBA license in 2014, you took the head coaching job in women basketball club Zeljeznicar and promoted the young generation of players who have qualified for this season for Liga 6, with only two experienced players. How satisfied are you with individual progress and the progress of the team in the previous two seasons? Results come at the end of the process. You take a starting point, transition and result as the final outcome and then you realize that you have done a good work. This is primarily the result of merit of players who started believing in themselves, dedicated themselves to training with a lot of energy while adopting rapidly elements of modern basketball and the most important thing- started to apply lessons learned through the game. We can not ignore the commitment and discipline of my assistants Milos Milosevic, Salih Keljajic and Emir Bukva who all helped me a lot to work with the team. We finished the Liga 6 with 5 wins and 5 defeats and its a solid result. But it essentially important that 6 our players got calls for U16 (2) and U20 (4) national teams of Bosnia, Samra Omerbasic signed for La Harve (FRA) while Ariana Moorer made it to the All League team for the season 2015/16 and was the best player in Bosnian Championship for the season 2015/16. We have to be satisfied.
9. Knowing that you already have good coaching experience can you tell us more about your approach to basketball? What can be expected of the team coached by Admir Prasovic ? First of all, commitment to work. basketball is not something you can leave and come back after a long break, you have to be constantly there, keep track of all game transformations and models similar to how you play. What players need to know and what they need to focus in the game is to defeat opponents and outsmart them in both directions (offense, defense). My team needs to run a lot and play in transition, recognize opportunities, and work hard in defense to win. Prior to this in the selection of players I tell them to pay attention on three very important facts. I chose them because I'm aware of their quality and they have my full support, I want to help them become better players through the season, and the most important thing is that I expect from my players loyalty.
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