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Division Standings
Liga 6
 1. Zrinjski HT 2-0 
 2. Bosna-Royal 2-0 
 3. Igokea 1-1 
 4. Sloboda Tuzla 1-1 
 5. Kakanj 0-2 
 6. Spars Sarajevo 0-2 
Places 7-13
 1. Siroki Primorka 2-0 
 2. Leotar 1-0 
 3. Gradjanski 1-1 
 4. Bosnjak 0-1 
 5. Mladost 0-2 
Stage One Standings
Full Standings
Division II Standings
1. Liga RS
 1. Radnik B. 16-3 
 2. Sutjeska 15-4 
 3. Sokolac 13-5 
 4. Prijedor 12-7 
 5. Rogatica 11-8 
 6. HEO 10-9 
 7. Student BL 10-9 
 8. Rudar 9-10 
 9. Slavija 9-10 
 10. Varda HE 9-10 
 11. Borac BL 8-11 
 12. Bratunac 5-14 
 13. Kozara 3-16 
 14. Teslic 2-16 
A1 Liga FBIH
 1. Vogosca 14-3 
 2. Burch 14-4 
 3. Gradina S. 13-4 
 4. Igman 10-7 
 5. Turbina 9-9 
 6. Celik 8-9 
 7. Travnik 7-10 
 8. Donji Vakuf 6-11 
 9. Iskra Bugojno 6-11 
 10. Lukavac 4-12 
 11. Gradina T. 3-14 
A1 Liga KSHB
 1. Posusje 5-1 
 2. Student M. 5-1 
 3. Siroki II 4-1 
 4. Capljina 4-2 
 5. Tomislav 4-3 
 6. Grude 3-1 
 7. Brotnjo 1-2 
 8. Livno 1-4 
 9. Novi 1-4 
 10. Zrinjski II 1-5 
 11. Busovaca 0-5 
ABA League Standings
 1 Crvena Zvezda 25-1 
 2 Cedevita 20-6 
 3 Partizan 19-7 
 4 Buducnost 18-8 
 5 Igokea 13-13 
 6 Mega Leks 11-15 
 7 Cibona 11-15 
 8 Mornar Bar 10-16 
 9 FMP 10-16 
 10 Karpos Sokoli 10-16 
 11 Un.Olimpija 10-16 
 12 Zadar 9-17 
 13 Krka 8-18 
 14 MZT Skopje 8-18 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 19.8
 1. Knezevic, Zrinjski.19.8 
 2. Kovacevic, Spars S.18.6 
 3. Tuljkovic, Bosnjak18.0 
 4. Vukovic, Mladost17.4 
 5. Jovanovic, Spars S.17.2 
 6. Negovanovic, Gradj.16.9 
 7. Hasandic, Sloboda .16.5 
 8. Djurasovic, Zrinjski.16.2 
 9. Pelkic, Leotar15.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Obrad TOMIC
  Avg: 9.9
 1. Tomic, Kakanj9.9 
 2. Kastropil, Siroki P.8.8 
 3. Durmo, Spars S.7.9 
 4. Zimic, Kakanj7.6 
 5. Stanojevic, Mlado.7.5 
 6. Pelkic, Leotar7.4 
 7. Markovic, Gradj.7.4 
 8. Marojevic, Gradj.7.2 
 9. Karacic, Siroki P.7.0 
 10. Kadic, Bosnjak6.8 
Assists Per Game
  Siroki P.
  Avg: 7.4
 1. Mocnik, Siroki P.7.4 
 2. Knezevic, Zrinjski.6.1 
 3. Djurdjevic, Mlado.4.6 
 4. Princ, Zrinjski HT4.3 
 5. Zahiragic, Spars S.4.1 
 6. Luzajic, Leotar3.9 
 7. Aleksic, Mladost3.9 
 8. Fekete, Leotar3.8 
 9. Svilar, Kakanj3.8 
 10. Vukovic, Mladost3.7 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Knezevic, Zrinjski.2.6 
 2. Tuljkovic, Bosnjak2.2 
 3. Brown, Sloboda .1.9 
 4. Mocnik, Siroki P.1.8 
 5. Hagins, Bosna-Royal1.8 
 6. Princ, Zrinjski HT1.7 
 7. Samadan, Zrinjski.1.6 
 8. Bocka, Gradjanski1.6 
 9. Persic, Siroki P.1.5 
 10. Zahiragic, Spars S.1.5 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.2
 1. Zimic, Kakanj1.2 
 2. Kastropil, Siroki P.1.2 
 3. Demic, Zrinjski HT1.2 
 4. Karacic, Siroki P.1.1 
 5. Sturanovic, Bosna-Ro.0.9 
 6. Djurasovic, Leotar0.9 
 7. Brummitt, Zrinjski.0.8 
 8. Latifagic, Sloboda .0.7 
 9. Djugum, Siroki P.0.7 

Bosnia and Herzegovina men teams in Euro cups 2016-2017
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Next Round Schedule

Round 3 (Second Stage)

Liga 6
Kakanj Mar.25 Igokea 89%
Slob.Tuzla Mar.25 Bosna-Royal 68%
Spars Saraje Mar.25 Zrinjski HT 99%
Places 7-13
Gradjanski Mar.25 Leotar 66%
Bosnjak Mar.25 Siroki Primo 98%
Next Round Schedule

Game 2 (Semi-Finals)

Buducnost Mar.28 Crvena Zvezd 56%
Partizan 51% Mar.25 Cedevita
Interview with Keith Bowman KK Radnicki Gorazde! - Jan 2, 2016

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Keith Bowman
Interview with Keith Bowman (201-F, college: Menlo)KK Radnicki Gorazde!

Keith Bowman is a professional basketball player who is currently playing in Bosnia in A2 with KK Radnicki Gorazde. Keith along with Nate Garth where the first American players to play for the club, Nate left the team earlier this season but Keith continues to play and represent the club in their attempt to move up to a higher division next year. The team is led by the ambitious coach Hasan Rikalo who has worked hard to build a quality club in this small Eastern Bosnian town. The team is very young and is led by two imports, Keith and a Serbian kid named Dejan Radovic.

Keith is looked to as more than just a basketball player, his work ethic, leadership, professionalism have all been a key in getting a very young and inexperienced team to play above expectations so far. The club is currently in second place at 4-2 and Keith is averaging 25.1ppg and 13.8rbpg in six games.
Here is my interview with him

Q) When did your interest start in basketball?
A) My interest in basketball started my junior year of high school after a growth spurt moved me from 5'6 to 6'6. More people want you on their team when you're not a little scrawny kid. I've always enjoyed the game playing a lot growing up with my dad and his buddies.

Q) When did you realize that basketball was more than a hobby for you?
A) I think i realized basketball was more than a hobby while I was at my junior college. Things started to come together skill wise for me and thought I may have a chance to try and pursue after college.

Q) What was the highlight of your college basketball career at Menlo College?
A) Had a lot of good memories at Menlo College playing for coach Surface. Playing in conference playoffs, winning conference player of the year, but my fondest memory was playing against Cal Poly which is close to my home town and a lot of friends and family got to come watch me play (even though I think we lost by 40).

Q) You played in the famous 'The Basketball Tournament' for diehard basketball fans; it is a really cool, interesting concept with some great players. What was your experience like and do you plan on doing it again?
A) I had a really great experience with the tbt basketball tournament. The people running the tbt do a wonderful job of putting on an awesome display and collection of basketball. I was lucky enough to get on a team thanks to Allan Cunanan and West Coast Ronin. I got to play against some ex NBA players and some current overseas guys. Would love to get another chance at playing in it again and win a couple games this time.

Q) What brought you to playing in Bosnia in such a small sleepy town like Gorazde?
A) Coach Hassan (Rikalo) got me to Bosnia. He got into contact with me after i posted some of my highlights on a job site and here we are now.

Q) What has your experience been like playing in Bosnia so far?
A) My experience playing in Bosnia so far has been enjoyable. Different pace and style of play (and life) then i was use to in the states but I've adapted pretty quickly.

Q) What has the transition been like for you both on and off the court, has it been easier or more difficult than you expected?
A) My transition has been easier for me on the court then off. Once i got used to the travel calls from the refs playing has been the same for me. Off the court has been a much different story. I have tons of free time on my hands and it gets boring sometimes in a small town like Gorazde.

Q) Did you travel much before coming to Bosnia? How much of a transition has it been for you so far?
A) Actually a couples weeks before i signed to play in Bosnia I was on a pro tour playing in china so I've put my passport to good use this year. The transition has defiantly been made easier by just how friendly and generous the people in Bosnia especially in Gorazde have been to me.

Q) Gorazde the city and basketball program have experienced significant progress that last few years and they have big ambitions on the future. Do you feel like an ambassador for a city and program that don't get a lot of publicity?
A) I don't really see myself as an ambassador because there are so many really skilled and great basketball players are here already. It's an honor to be a part of the first American group (me and Nate) that this club has had. This part of the world produces great basketball player, look at the guys that are in the NBA,Euro League,ABA League, amazing brand of basketball that doesn't get enough recognition that it deserves.

Q) Basketball outside the first division presents a lot of challenges and the fact that you have been a model professional through difficult challenge speaks volumes of the kind of player you are but also the person. Where does this inner strength come from?
A) Yes not being in first league here present a different and additional set of obstacles. Nate leaving early too made things more difficult being the only American but have to keep on pushing forward and know I'm doing this for a reason and it's a steppingstone to get to where I want to go. My inner strength comes from my parents for sure. My dad preached to me growing up that once you commit to something you finish the job whether it is easy or hard, you have to stick with it and give it your best effort.

Q) What has been your favorite part of being in Bosnia so far? What has been the most challenging?
A) My favorite part about Bosnia so far is how kind the people are here. When I sit in the cafe here I have someone everyday offer to buy me something to drink or just try and have a conversation even though we can't fully understand each other with the language barrier. You don't really get that much in the US anymore so I really enjoy that. The hardest part has been the language barrier. I wasn't really sure what to expect coming here communication wise but that has been pretty difficult.

Q) How do you like the food and culture of Bosnia? Do you have a favorite food so far?
A) Bosnian food has been better than expected for me. This was something i was really worried about being a big guy but it has been a pleasant surprise. Cevapci and burek are both really tasty and are probably my favorites besides the chicken sandwiches

Q) Bosnia is known for its hospitality and natural beauty, have you had the chance to meet people and explore the country so far? Do you have any favorite places you have visited?
A) I've seen some awesome and beautiful places and met some really cool people. Sarajevo is amazing. The different parts like old town are really fun to see and walk around at. Driving on road trips you see unbelievable views especially now that snow has fallen. I catch myself taking pictures of the same place over and over again just because how beautiful the scenery Zisko the singer is the most interesting character that I have met here in Bosnia. Love his swag and style.

Q) What are some memorable highlights from 2015 and what are your goals for the New Year?
A) 2015 was an awesome year with many highlights. Playing in my first league game here might be the best one though. Being that it is my first full season overseas that was an awesome moment right before tipoff because I knew I made a dream come true.
Many goals for 2016 but making sure we are top 2 in our conference so we can go to playoffs and get the club moved up for next year is #1 on the priority list right now.  

Division I Round 2 (Second Stage): Sloboda Tuzla lose to Zrinjski HT - 2 days ago
There were only 2 rounds played so far and it's still very beginning of the Second Stage in Division I. Coincidentally all hosts won their games. The most crucial game of the last round was a loss of Sloboda Tuzla (1-1) in Mostar on Wednesday night. Visitors were rolled over by Zrinjski HT (2-0) 88-46. Zrinjski HT dominated down low during the game scoring 52 of its points in the paint compared to Sloboda Tuzla's 26. They outrebounded Sloboda Tuzla 44-26 including a 28-13 advantage in d...   [read more]

Goran Ikonic
Division I Round 1 (Second Stage): Igokea are defeated by Bosna-Royal - 3 days ago
The Second Stage in Division I just started. The most crucial game of the last round was a loss of Igokea (0-1) in Sarajevo on Saturday night. Visitors were defeated by Bosna-Royal (1-0) 88-84. The former international Goran Ikonic (196-80, agency: BeoExcell) stepped up and scored 22 points and 6 rebounds for the winners and Montenegrin center Maksim Sturanovic (209-88, agency: 011 Sports) chipped in 17 points and 5 rebounds. At the losing side American point guard James Robinson (190-9...   [read more]

Spars Sarajevo signs Stefan Djordjevic - 3 days ago
OKK Spars Sarajevo (Division I) signed 28-year old Serbian center Stefan Djordjevic (206-89). He just played at Faros in Greek A2 league. In 12 games he had 9.0ppg and 3.8rpg this season. Djordjevic also spent pre-season at KK Kumanovo 2009 (Prva Liga) in FYR Macedonian league earlier that year. He represented Serbia at the European Championships U18 in Samsun (Turkey) last year. His stats at that event were 6 games: 5.5ppg, 6.7rpg, FGP: 45.7%, FT: 10.0%. Djordjevic is quite experienced p...   [read more]

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Knezevic's 34-point game gives him Player of the Week award - 10 days ago  
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Jusuf Nurkic's double-double lands him Player of the Week award among Bosnians playing currently abroad: - 12 days ago  
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Ratko Varda announces retirement - 18 days ago  
Zack Wright selected the top Bosnian playing abroad in last week's games - 19 days ago  
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Marko Vukovic (ex Portoroz) is a newcomer at Kosice - 25 days ago  
Ognjen Kuzmic selected the top Bosnian playing abroad in last week's games - 26 days ago  
D2, A1 Liga: Round 17 - 26 days ago  
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