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    SuperLeague Standings
     1. Sigal Prishtina 25-3 
     2. Bashkimi 23-5 
     3. Peja 21-7 
     4. Trepca 17-10 
     5. Ylli 11-16 
     6. Rahoveci 9-19 
     7. Kerasan 2-26 
     8. Vellaznimi 2-26 
    Last:5/24/2017
    Liga e pare Standings
     1. Borea 14-0 
     2. Drita 10-4 
     3. Kosova 10-4 
     4. Lipjani 10-4 
     5. Prishtina e Re 5-9 
     6. Megasports 4-10 
     7. New Born 3-11 
     8. Kacaniku 0-14 
    Last:4/30/2017
    Liga e dyte Standings
     1. Kalaja 5-0 
     2. United Bball 4-1 
     3. Istogu 3-2 
     4. Fushe 2-3 
     5. Vitia 1-4 
     6. Llapi Podujeve 0-5 
    Last:3/3/2017
    FIBA Europe Cup Stage Two Standings
    Group K
     1. Chalon 5-1 
     2. Gaziantep 5-1 
     3. Sodertalje 1-5 
     4. Targu Mures 1-5 
    Group L
     1. Demir IBB 5-1 
     2. Antwerp 4-2 
     3. Gravelines 2-4 
     4. Prievidza 1-5 
    Group M
     1. Telekom Bsk 5-1 
     2. Vytautas 4-2 
     3. Oberwart 2-4 
     4. Apoel 1-5 
    Group N
     1. Kormend 4-2 
     2. Nanterre 4-2 
     3. Tsmoki-Minsk 3-3 
     4. Bnei Hertzeliyya 1-5 
    Group O
     1. Pau-Lacq-Orthez 4-2 
     2. Alba 4-2 
     3. UBT Cluj Napoca 2-4 
     4. BK Pardubice 2-4 
    Group P
     1. Groningen 4-2 
     2. Lukoil Acad. 3-3 
     3. Enisey 0-0 
     4. Benfica 0-6 
    Group Q
     1. Cibona 0-0 
     2. Ironi Nahariya 0-0 
     3. Kataja Basket 0-0 
     4. Oostende 0-0 
     5. Oradea 0-0 
     6. Spirou 0-0 
     7. Stelmet ZG 0-0 
     8. Usak 0-0 
    Stage One Standings
    Last:2/9/2017
    Balkan League Standings
    Group C
     1 Beroe 5-1 
     2 Kozuv 3-3 
     3 Feni Industries 2-4 
     4 Sutjeska 2-4 
    Group D
     1 Kumanovo 5-1 
     2 Teodo Tivat 3-3 
     3 Peja 3-3 
     4 Karpos Sokoli 1-5 
    Last:3/1/2017
    Stats Leaders
    Points Per Game
     Trae ANDERSON
      Ylli
      (196-SF-)
      Avg: 21.4
     1. Anderson, Ylli21.4 
     2. Zenelaj, Ylli21.3 
     3. Brown, Ylli21.3 
     4. Kovaqi, Vellaznimi20.8 
     5. Black, Bashkimi19.3 
     6. Qallaku, Vellaznimi18.8 
     7. Veseli, Peja17.3 
     8. Hajrizi, Sigal P.17.3 
     9. Zekiqi, Trepca16.9 
     10. Locke, Bashkimi16.2 
    Rebounds Per Game
     Urim ZENELAJ
      Ylli
      (213-C-91)
      Avg: 14.5
     1. Zenelaj, Ylli14.5 
     2. Anderson, Ylli9.2 
     3. Moser, Sigal P.8.2 
     4. Dahlman, Peja8.1 
     5. Sinani, Bashkimi8.0 
     6. Locke, Bashkimi7.2 
     7. Grosha, Ylli7.0 
     8. Matoshi, Vellaznimi6.8 
     9. Black, Bashkimi6.4 
     10. Kapiti, Kerasan6.2 
    Assists Per Game
     Fisnik JUNIKU
      Vellaznimi
      (180-PG-89)
      Avg: 7.7
     1. Juniku, Vellaznimi7.7 
     2. Anderson, Ylli7.0 
     3. Soyebo, Bashkimi6.6 
     4. Morina, Ylli6.0 
     5. Brown, Ylli5.4 
     6. Kemp, Sigal Prishtina5.4 
     7. Mekaj, Peja5.1 
     8. Wise, Trepca4.7 
     9. Ahmetbasic, Peja4.4 
     10. Black, Bashkimi4.4 
    Steals Per Game
     Arian QALLAKU
      Peja
      (195-G-92)
      Avg: 2.5
     1. Qallaku, Peja2.5 
     2. Morina, Ylli2.0 
     3. Kovaqi, Vellaznimi1.9 
     4. Juniku, Vellaznimi1.7 
     5. Deihl, Rahoveci1.7 
     6. Hajrizi, Sigal P.1.7 
     7. Brown, Ylli1.7 
     8. Latifaj, Kerasan1.6 
     9. Soyebo, Bashkimi1.6 
     10. Hinds, Sigal P.1.5 
    Blocks Per Game
     Dardan KAPITI
      Kerasan
      (204-F/C-0)
      Avg: 2
     1. Kapiti, Kerasan2.0 
     2. Zenelaj, Ylli1.6 
     3. Zeka, Vellaznimi0.9 
     4. Reed, Peja0.8 
     5. Muric, Peja0.7 
     6. Grosha, Ylli0.7 
     7. Stutz, Trepca0.7 
     8. Anderson, Ylli0.6 
     9. Veseli, Peja0.6 
     10. Zekiqi, Trepca0.5 

    Life On The Other Side of The Window - Nate Bowie Blog - May 6, 2016


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    Nate Bowie
    During my time off from basketball a lot has changed. One might even say nothing has changed but that just depends on which lens you see life through. It seems that I have my finger tips in every sort of basketball venture that I can possibly have it in. From training clients to hosting ESPN HS Showcases to coaching college to coaching high level AAU teams. Out of all these things it's one common denominator; BASKETBALL. Through my time traveling around the USA searching for talent the game of basketball is everywhere, and you might meet and train top ranked players like J. Fish who recently signed with UNLV or to kids from small rugged towns that has more cows than people like my client Ethan Holloway (who recently got invited to ScoutFocus All-American/All Academic camp). You start to gaze through the depths of self conscious and start to think what life really is. Even though I touch a lot of people's lives throughout my time in basketball, you start to think who has effected your life recently. I just told a close friend of mine Friede Ndoumbe, who I train her daughter and a few other Cameroonian Clients and African Decent clients that plays Prep that "you always can weed through the fake people the first time you met someone, and you can easily smell the the genuine people". So you just play that little game some people like to call "politics" until one day it comes to light. Through it all I manage to smile each and every day because having a close knit family and my 5 months year old boy you have no choice but to be happy. During each and every workout he sits and just stares in aw at how the basketball makes the loudest sound, or those quick movements (people in drills), or even that weird squeaky sound (shoes on the court) and then you realize life couldn't be this great without him.
    The reason one might last over time in the game of basketball is pretty simple. I tell my AAU team this "If you don't love the game of basketball, it won't love you back". It's a delicate sport but over time with enough worked put into it, it becomes very very easy. From understanding the work ethic, to being a student off the court, to surrounding yourself with people doing the same thing as you, to even simply taking care of the body. It's an art, it's VIP tickets to the wine fest, it's that new car smell, it's front row tickets to a jazz concert on 18th & Vine. It's all these beautiful things we take for granted in life. While looking at this thing called BASKETBALL on the other side of the window you appreciate it even more.
    I've been blessed to play this game for a very long time and even be around people who been in the game for more than 30 years. What you do is sit with these people and slowly start to peel each and every thought, advice, speeches from each person until one day you have a bookcase of material you can use in your everyday life. So for that very reason I'm back in The Lab.

    Stay tuned for new episodes from my very own documentary series on YouTube called S.O.S. Struggle Over Success. A lot of people where involved in making these videos and want to tell them thanks and also thanks to Mack "KCWEON" McConnell for seeing my vision years ago and putting them in a mysterious way the world can see it.

    Always Remember "The people you hang around determines your future".

    Nate Bowie (183-G-86, college: Cent.Arkansas, agency: Interperformances)   




    Fuquan Edwin
    Kauhajoki adds Edwin to their roster, ex Sigal Prishtina - 13 hours ago
    Karhu Kauhajoki (Korisliiga) added to their roster 26-year old American guard Fuquan Edwin (198-98kg-91, college: Seton Hall, agency: Pensack Sports). He played last season at Sigal Prishtina in Kosovan SuperLeague. In 10 games he recorded 10.1ppg and 2.1rpg. Edwin helped them to win the cup. He also played that season for Cairns Taipans in Australian NBL where in 20 games he averaged 8.1ppg, 3.5rpg and 1.0apg. Three years ago Edwin was drafted by Sioux Falls Skyforce (D-League) in first...   [read more]

    Jamie Skeen
    Partizan lands Jamie Skeen, ex Peja - 2 days ago
    BC Partizan NiS Beograd (KLS) tabbed 29-year old American forward Jamie Skeen (205-100kg-88, college: VCU). He played most recently at Peja in Kosovan SuperLeague. In 9 games he averaged 12.1ppg, 9.3rpg and 2.3apg last season. Skeen also played 12 games in Balkan League where he had 11.3ppg, 6.8rpg and 1.4apg. He helped them to make it to the semifinals. Skeen has tried to make it to the NBA and played in the NBA Pro Summer League in 2014. He played in the final of Belgian League in 2015....   [read more]

    Lis Shoshi
    Kosovo beats Albania, twice - 3 days ago
    Kosovan national team has won its two latest preparation matches, before pre-qualifications for the World Cup China 2019. Kosovo played vs Albania in Tirana for two days in a row, to gain two victories before official matches with new coach Brad Greenberg. The first match, played on Saturday ended 71-63, while the second one, played on Sunday ended 90-72. In the last match, Dardan Berisha (191-SG-88) scored 25 points, Alban Veseli (202-F-90) 20, while Lis Shoshi(211-F-94) added 16 p...   [read more]


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