FOUR STORIES FROM BOSNIA THIS SEASON! KK RADNICKI GORAZDE MAKES HISTORY! Gorazde made history by bringing three US players to this sleepy town in Eastern Bosnia. Hasan Rikalo deserves all the credit in the world attracting world class talent to the small Bosnian town. The team started out brining in Nate Garth the highly regarded former D1 point guard who played professionally in Iceland before this season. The team then brought in big man Keith Bowman who was a perfect fit for the team;... [read more]
FOUR STORIES FROM BOSNIA THIS SEASON!
KK RADNICKI GORAZDE MAKES HISTORY! Gorazde made history by bringing three US players to this sleepy town in Eastern Bosnia. Hasan Rikalo deserves all the credit in the world attracting world class talent to the small Bosnian town. The team started out brining in Nate Garth the highly regarded former D1 point guard who played professionally in Iceland before this season. The team then brought in big man Keith Bowman who was a perfect fit for the team; he was able to adjust to the living conditions, the spartan lifestyle and living abroad in such an isolated area of the country. Keith was a true professional in every way helping some of the young kids work and develop especially young Bosnian prospect Adi Alikadic who was a member of the gold winning Bosnian U16 team. Shortly after arriving Nate left the team to pursue other opportunities elsewhere but Keith decided to stick it out in Bosnia. He provided scoring, shooting, rebounding and leadership on and off the court and conducted himself like a true professional play through tough conditions and games. The team struggled with the loss of Nate and the season appeared in doubt. Soon the team brought in another American Calvin Johnson who had a D1 college pedigree. He was energetic and enthusiastic, taking advantage of the opportunity to play in Bosnia and attacking and being aggressive on the court. Keith Bowman averaged about 23 points and around 14 rebounds per game in 15 games and was second in the division in points on the season. Calvin averaged nearly the same exact number of points for the team after joining the club along with 5rbs and 5ass per game for the club. The team won the league regular season championship but lost in the playoffs to advance to D2 to Iskra in a three game series. Nate went on to play in Latin America as well as coaching some youth programs. Calvin is looking at his opportunities and is considering playing in the famous 'TBT' The Basketball Tournament. Keith has already signed with a team in Italy for next season Costa d'orlando and plans on playing in the TBT tournament again this summer. For Nate, Keith and Calvin no doubt they have learned that once you join the Bosnian family, you are always a part of the Bosnian family!
KK BOSNA MAKES IT BACK TO THE FIRST DIVISION! Famous club KK BOSNA has struggled the last 6 years or so and it bottomed out the last few seasons when the team's very survival was in question due financial mismanagement as well as poor personnel and leadership decisions. The steering committee was completely changed and the new leaders brought in international player Damir Krupalija as GM, who has built a sterling reputation among basketball circles. The team started out with the well-respected coach Senad Redzic, the team wasn't able to get the results they wanted and eventually replacing him with Serbian International coach Dusan Gvodzic and reinforcing the roster with Mirza Ahmetbasic who was with the club earlier in the season and Strahinja Dragicevic who made the difference in the finals and who scored 34pts in the final game of the season which they won 89-71. Sasa Vasilijevic rejoined the club after a long absence and made a major impact with his leadership, passing and timely scoring. The next challenge for the club now that they have rejoined the elite of BiH basketball is to build upon the success of the season.
KK SPARS STAYS TRUE TO THEIR VISION! Spars went into the season with big ambitions to win it all in Bosnia and move onto the Adriatic League next season. They brought in some seasoned veterans and their first American player. It didn't work out the way they had expected and the team reversed course and refocused efforts on playing and developing their young core of players. The team focused on playing Stefan Glogovac who has been a part of the core for a number of years after he returned from a knee injury. He played in 24 games averaging 28mpg 10.9ppg 3.5rbpg while shooting 65.4% from two. He displayed his previous strong athletic profile after returning from the injury. Refik Basic wasn't as highly regarded as some other young players but he played very well in limited minutes for the club. Amar Gegic had a special season, even getting to go to the Canada and to watch the NBA all-star game. He played in 23 games averaging 13mpg scoring 4ppg 1.7rbpg 1.3aspg and shot a solid 59% from two but an abysmal 2-23 from three and 34.1% from the FT line. He has excellent athleticism and is a very good finisher at the rim. His shooting is inconsistent and he needs to improve his ball handling and ball security as he averaged almost 2 turnovers per game. His athletic profile however, puts him in the elite of young European PG prospects. Edin Atic was transferred to AEK Greece where he was unable to get minutes. He rejoined the team near the end of the season and got into 12 games. He averaged 26mpg for the team and averaged 7.3ppg 6.7rbpg 3.3aspg he struggled mightily from the field however shooting 43.1% from two, 14.3% from three and 52% from the FT line. He is another young player with a very good athletic profile, skill, length and athleticism. He often played too out of control however and tried to make too much happen and forced the action instead of letting the game come to him. He had the chance to play at the Nike Hoop Summit and even started and is on the radar of NBA scouts but needs to have a breakout year next season if he wants to remain an NBA prospect. The team also gave an opportunity to Fahrudin Mangafic who played in 22 games averaging 10mpg 3.7ppg and displaying good shooting ability at 51.7% from two, 34.6% from three and 66.7% from the FT line. He needs to get stronger but looks like he will develop into a very good stretch four. Sani Campara was extremely young and coming off a gold medal win for the BiH U16 team. He put in incredible effort including playing in 3 games in one day with three different clubs! He got into 19 games averaging 12mpg 3.6ppg while shooting 57.9% from two, 29.5% from three and 87.5% from the FT line. Other young players who got into games for the team was Srdjan Kocic, Alija Piric and Aleksa Stepanovic who all had the chance to play solid minutes for the club. It was impressive for a single team to get significant minutes for 8 very young players in a single season for the club. The team played very well at the Adidas Next Generation Tournament and the U18/U16/14 teams all had very strong seasons and they continue to develop excellent core of young talents that no doubt will carry the team into the future.
KAKANJ BEATS THE ODDS AGAIN! Kakanj has defied the odds from the very first day they made it into the top league of Bosnian basketball. The fact that they have remained there and thrived is even more impressive. The team has done miracles with its limited budget, resources and facilities. The front office is energetic, focused and enthusiastic and the fan base is excellent. The coach Josip Pandza has proved himself to be an excellent tactician as well as an elite leader of men. Players love playing for Pandza and he gets his team prepared, ready for battle and the team gave excellent effort at all times. The coach uses all of his players and that helps to keep them ready and focused. Some of the leaders of the team had expanded minutes and roles in the past and as the team has moved up standings these players have been willing to sacrifice personal glory for better results on the court. His rotation goes nine deep and he regularly got eleven players on the court. The team scoured other team's rosters and picked up solid players who can contribute immediately like when they picked up big man Obrad Tomic who was discarded by his previous team and has been a leader for the club. Emin Dedic and Haris Delalic both have winning mentalities, Dedic was called out by Jusuf Nurkic for his excellent team play a couple of years ago for the BiH U20 team. Delalic came over from KK BOSNA and he proved to be an excellent X-Factor for the club with his solid overall skills, length and passing abilities. The team was able to make it all the way to the finals against the Bosnian goliath Igokea and the team was even able to pull off a win against the giants in the finals. No doubt if the team is able to keep its coach, its core and add a bit of additional talent the team will continue to show winning ways.
Bosnian born players in Europe Recap! List of players who come from BiH or have ties to the country who played abroad this season... Rasid Mahalbasic: Rasid has molded himself into one of the better centers in Europe even with his limited athleticism. He is a highly skilled big man who is also one of the best passers in Europe. He doesn't play big minutes for his club in Russia but is still a key player for his team. In the VTB League he played in 27 games and averaged 22mpg 12.6ppg 5.... [read more]
Bosnian born players in Europe Recap!
List of players who come from BiH or have ties to the country who played abroad this season...
Rasid Mahalbasic: Rasid has molded himself into one of the better centers in Europe even with his limited athleticism. He is a highly skilled big man who is also one of the best passers in Europe. He doesn't play big minutes for his club in Russia but is still a key player for his team. In the VTB League he played in 27 games and averaged 22mpg 12.6ppg 5.5rbpg 2.4aspg while shooting 58.3% from two and 73.1% from the FT line. He posted similar numbers in the competitive Eurocup competition, in 20 games he averaged 22mpg 11.2ppg 5.2rbpg 1.8aspg while shooting 61.6% from two and 58.1% from the FT line. He did struggle with shooting three's going 3-25 on the season.
Davor Lamesic: The long term Austrian player had another solid season even as he career begins to wind down at the age of 32. He showed once again he that he is a force to reckon with in a multitude of roles. He played in 43 games averaged 31mpg 14.9ppg 6rbpg 2.9aspg and shot 54.8% from two and 74.3% from the FT line.
Darko Planinic: At one point Darko was considered one of the best young centers in Europe when he was picked up by Macabi Tel Aviv a few years ago. His career has derailed a bit from that point on and has bounced around without really establishing himself again. He played in 26 games averaging 9mpg 4.1ppg 2rbpg while shooting 67.9% from two.
Stanko Barac: The former NBA draft pick has never established himself as a top flight European center but has had a solid career none the less. He played in 17 games in the Italian league averaging 16mpg 6.5ppg 3.8rbpg while shooting 51.6% from the two. In the Euroleague he played in 10 games averaging 18mpg 6.4ppg 3.9rbpg while shooting 59.6% from the field.
Suad Sehovic: In the Adriatic League Suad played in 28 games averaging 29mpg 9.9ppg 4.5rbpg 1.7aspg He shot a blistering 72.7% from two, 31.3% from three and 78.8% from the FT line. In the Eurocup he played in 10 games and averaged 29mpg 12.4 4.6rbpg 1.4aspg 1.4stls while shooting 68% from two, 41.3% from three and 88.9% from the FT line. The one time NBA prospect does an excellent job taking what the defense gives him and playing within the team concept.
Sead Sehovic: Sead played in 25 Adriatic League games averaging 21mpg 8.3rbpg 2.9rbpg 2.2aspg while shooting 52.7% from two, 35.1% from three and 66% from the FT line. In 10 Eurocup games he averaged 24mpg 8ppg 3.8rbpg 2.2aspg while shooting 52.1% from two, and 81.8% from the FT line. The long and solid athletically built player can play multiple positions and is a solid glue guy for his club.
Andrija Stipanovic: The center for the BiH National Team blossomed under the direction of Bosnian legend Nenad Markovic who left the team during the season. It didn't affect the rugged post players game on the court as he continued to produce in Turkey at a high level. In 30 Turkish League games he averaged 25mpg 10.3ppg 5.6rbpg 2.5aspg while shooting 55.6% from the field. In 16 Eurocup games he averaged 27mpg 14ppg 5.3rbpg 2.5aspg while shooting 63.1% from two on the season. Damir (Ohmerhodzic) Markota: He was arguably the best player on his team in Turkey on the season and had one of the best seasons of his career. The one time member of the NBA's Milwaukee Buck has had a solid professional career and is one of the best players ever from Sarajevo. He played in 30 games averaging 29mpg 11.4ppg 6.3rbpg 1.5aspg while shooting 59.8% from two, 37.6% from three and 85.1% from the FT line.
Mirza Begic: The veteran center had his first taste of NBA basketball when he was signed by the New Orleans Pelicans. The experience didn't last long however and he was back to Europe. He had another solid season in Europe for his Spanish Club. He played in 19 games in the Spanish League averaging 15mpg 6.1ppg 4.4rbpg 1.3 blks while shooting 50% from two and 62.8% from the FT line. He played even better in the Eurocup he played 4 games averaging 14mpg 8.3ppg 3.3rbpg 1.5blks while shooting a blistering 73.3% from the field and 78.6% from the FT line.
Alen Omic: After moving to Spain Alen finally had the chance to prove he is among the best in Europe at his position and he did just that. In 34 Spanish League games he averaged 24mpg 12.2ppg 6.9rbpg 1.1aspg he shot 61.3% from the field. He was even better in the Eurocup he played in 21 games and averaged 24mpg 14ppg 7.6rbpg 1.4aspg he shot 63.3% from the field.
Aleksdandar Capin: Played in 7 games in the Greek League averaging 30mpg 14.6ppg 2.7rbpg 2.9aspg while shooting a blistering 51.7% from two, 44.2% from three and 93.8% from the FT line.
Ognjen Kuzmic: In the Greek League Kuzmic played in 16 games averaging 12mpg 4.5ppg 4.6rbpg while shooting 49.1% from two and 69.2% from the FT line. He played in 25 games averaging 13mpg 5.1ppg 4.2rbpg while shooting 48% from two and 68.2% from the FT line.
Kemal Karahodzic: He played in 32 games averaging 28mpg 13.4ppg 5.9rbpg 1.5aspg while shooting 59.6% from two and 65.8% from the FT line in the Hungarian League.
Goran Ikonic: Goran played 24 games in the Swiss league averaging 31mpg 17ppg 3.3rbpg 3.3aspg 1.4stls while shooting 54.9% from two, 38.8% from three and 78.1% from the FT line.
Emir Preldzic: The former NBA draft pick never quite blossomed into the player many had expected, that said he has had a very solid career in Turkey so far. In 31 Turkish League games he averaged 19mpg 6.4ppg 2.2rbpg 2.7aspg while shooting 52.1% from two, 42.6% from three and 72.4% from the FT line. In 20 Euroleague games he averaged 18mpg 4.6ppg 3.4rbpg 2.9aspg he struggled shooting 42.5% from two, 27.3% from three and 57.9% from the FT line.
Best Player: Vuk Radivojevic did a little bit of everything for the team. He didn't force the action too often and looked like he wasn't challenged much going from Adriatic League to BiH domestic competition. Biggest Surprise: Darko Talic there's not much surprises when it comes to Igokea they don't typically give young players the chance to play. Talic was the exception, getting him into 13 games for the team in garbage time. Kakanj 23-14: The team went 15-5 in the first leg, 5-5 in th... [read more]
KSBiH DIVISION I SEASON RECAP! Igokea 15-1: The team ran through its opponents inside BiH going 13-0 before Kakanj was able to beat them in the finals 62-61. The team from Igokea proved once again that they are by far the best team in BiH currently. Best Player: Vuk Radivojevic did a little bit of everything for the team. He didn't force the action too often and looked like he wasn't challenged much going from Adriatic League to BiH domestic competition. Biggest Surprise: Darko Talic there's not much surprises when it comes to Igokea they don't typically give young players the chance to play. Talic was the exception, getting him into 13 games for the team in garbage time. Kakanj 23-14: The team went 15-5 in the first leg, 5-5 in the second and 3-4 in the playoffs getting to the finals. Coming off the huge win for the U16 team in the summer Josip Pandza once again proved that he is the best young coach in BiH. He led the upstart Kakanj all the way to the finals and even won a game against the titans of BiH basketball Igokea. The team has a talented and deep roster that can bring four players off the bench who can contribute to the team. Best Player: It's a tie between Zeljko Palavra and Obrad Tomic who provide a 1-2 punch inside for the team that no teams in BiH can match. Biggest Surprise: Haris Delalic proved to be a weapon off the bench for the club that was hard for most teams to match up with. His length and shooting ability made him a nightmare matchup on most nights. Mladost 19-14: The team went 13-7 in the first portion of the season, 5-5 in the second and 1-2 in the semifinals against Kakanj. Best Player: It is a tie between Aleksandar Radukic and Vojin Svilar who both scored and provided the offensive punch for the team on a consistent basis. Biggest Surprise: Drasko Knezevic finally had the chance to play consistent minutes after sitting on the bench for Igokea the last few years. He was solid if unspectacular and was one of the best PGs in the league for his team. Leotar 19-13: The team went 15-5 and surprised everyone in the first leg. In the second leg they went 4-6 and in the playoffs they lost both games to Igokea convincingly. The team started out 0-2 on the season and looked like it maybe a long season for the team before they corrected their mistakes and saved their season. It was quite an impressive result for the team. Best Player: Dejan Sakotic had the chance to put up a lot of shots but he made the most of his opportunities scoring, rebounding, passing and defending for his team. Biggest Surprise: Marko Rikalo had the chance to develop into a solid PG in the league and took advantage of the opportunity. He finally had the chance to run a team for an entire season and played a solid if unspectacular job. Still not a great shooter or passer he took what the defense gave him and kept the team organized on the court. Siroki Primorka 16-14: The team went 13-7 in the first leg and 3-7 in the second the second to match Spars Sarajevo. Johnny Dee came in and played very well for the club before he was allowed to leave for a better situation. The team gave young prospects Ivan Karacic and Mateo Colak a chance to play significant roles for the team and they made the most of their opportunities. They did a nice job balancing competitiveness and developing their young players. Best Player: Maj Kovacevic did a little bit of everything for the team but it was close between him, Andrija Coric and Karacic as to who was the best player on the team. They really played cohesive as a unit and it showed in the results for the team. Biggest Surprise: Mateo Colak was once a highly rated prospect who kind of fell off the map a bit in the last two years. Surprising, considering he just turned 18 years old. It probably doesn't help that he gets compared to Dragan Bender and Ivica Zubac two Bosnian Croats who are likely to be in the NBA very soon. He still shoots too many threes but scored better overall and finally started to playing a more physical, inside game and using his 208cm frame to his advantage. Spars Sarajevo 16-14: The team went 13-7 in the first leg of the season and 3-7 in the second. The team got off to a blistering start at 11-1 but the team realized that relying on veterans and its first American import wasn't staying focused on the long term vision of the club of raising and developing its own young talent. The season started out rocky before a game was even played when Darko Bajo bolted the team for Cedevita under questionable circumstances when the team was planning on giving him a chance to play minutes with the big club. The team lost Dalibor Persic early to injury after only 9 games. Kenan Bajramovic did it all offensively but at his advanced age struggled mightily to defend. Troran Brown struggled to play a team concept and to adjust to international basketball. The team realized it wasn't sustainable and left Bajramovic leave for opportunities abroad and soon let Brown go as well. The team relied on Nikola Gajic and its stable of young talents and the team showed promise and production with a lot of growing pains in between. Best Player: Nikola Gajic had his first chance to play as a professional after missing the previous season due to injury. He made the most of his opportunities and played excellent for his team. His scoring, rebounding passing, shooting from the outside and the FT line and played solid in every aspect for his team was invaluable. When left open he was a knockdown shooter from the 3pt line. Biggest Surprise: Refik Basic, with the stable of young talents like Campara, Gegic, Atic, Mangafic and others no one expected the 213cm 20 year old center Basic to show out. He played very well when given the opportunities. He showed solid scoring, rebounding and the occasional blocked shot. Sloboda Tuzla 17-13: The team went 10-10 in the first leg and 7-3 in the second leg. The team replaced its coach during the season and brought in some reinforcements that helped the team rebound with a very solid finish to the season. Best Player: Mihailo Sekulovic the veteran Montenegrin center was key in making the team competitive all season long. He was a force to reckon with his scoring and rebounding and showed up nightly as tough matchup for opponents. A skilled big man who has a high basketball IQ made him a weapon for his club and he gave excellent effort for the team. Biggest surprise: On a team that gave two youngsters the chance to play in Emir Cerkezovic and Jasmin Jakupovic the biggest surprise was Nedzad Muratovic. The 201cm forward played very well in limited minutes for the club and showed excellent athleticism, scoring, shooting range and rebounding. He didn't force the action and took what teams gave him and should get an expanded role next season. Zrinjski HT 16-14: The team went 8-12 in the first leg and then exploded to 8-2 in the second to remove any doubts about relegation. The team brought in a US international in Kevin Brown, international player Ljubo Samadan and Ali Demic. The team had a talented, deep and balanced roster and played well below expectations early but bounced back and played up to expectations in the second. Best Player: Vedran Princ has been one of the best PGs in BiH for a few years now and proved it once again this season. He played an invaluable role for the team and led the team and kept them organized and focused both on and off the court. Biggest surprise: Ali Demic was brought in when Bosna was sent down to D2 and was a huge asset as a third scorer for the team. He has size, length and can play inside and out and was an x-factor for the team on a nightly basis. He doesn't take a ton of shots but maximizes his opportunities and makes life difficult for opponents. Gradjanski 14-16: The team went 8-12 in the first leg of the competition. In the second leg they looked like they would be facing relegation but they went 6-4 in the second leg. The team relied mostly on veterans from Serbia and Milan Janusevic played very well for the team. Best Player: Milan Janusevic he did it all for his team, scoring in bunches, rebounding and passing. He struggled to defend at small forward and is on the wrong side of 30 but put fear in opponents with his ability to score in bunches. Biggest Surprise: Milan Saric the 18 year old who was a member of the U18 team for BiH last summer had the chance to play solid minutes for the team and showed steady presence on the court for the team. He played under control and took what teams gave him showing a solid basketball IQ and a team first mentality. Bosnjak 14-18: Bosnjak was an upstart from the beginning; the team was a surprise promotion last year. The fact that the team battled and stayed out of the relegation zone for the season was impressive as well. The team wasn't intimidated at all at the elevated level of competition and played competitively all season long. The team played well in the second stage when there was a real possibility of being sent down, going 5-5. The team's leading scorer was the young shooter Edin Residovic, the team has a talented balanced roster however with newcomers Amir Dovadzija, Aldin Dzelmo, Sindis Demic and Aldin Kadic. The team maximized their results and built a solid, balanced roster and it showed in the teams results. Best Player: Aldin Dzelmo, wasn't the leading scorer but he played a very solid complete game for the team and surprised some with his solid athleticism. He scored well, shot a blistering percent from two and very well from three. He struggled with his FT shooting but it looked like it was something that was correctable. He rebounded well was a solid passer and individual defender for his team. Biggest Surprise: Amir Dovadzija came from D2 after years of not really getting an opportunity in D1 in BiH. He came out playing extremely well and was impressive for the whole season. His solid start led to questions if he could sustain such success but he put those questions to rest with his solid consistent play. He was a solid scorer who displayed range out to the three point line. He was solid from the FT line and rebounded and showed solid ball handling and passing for his team. You could easily make the argument he was the best newcomer to D1 even if he wasn't the youngest. Student Mostar 12-20: The team was built around veterans Ramo Rizvic and Ismet Sefic who both have played internationally. They both proved their worth for the club but the rest of the team struggled. The team rebounded the ball very well with two of the best rebounders in the league in Rizvic and Sefic playing for the club. The team struggled shooting threes and FTs which led to teams struggles overall. The team played well at home going 10-6 but struggled on the road going 2-14. The team struggled mightily down the stretch going 1-10 in their last 11 games. Best Player: Ismet Sefic was a force inside for the team scoring and rebounding. He made a major impact for the team and was one of the best centers to play in Bosnia in the last 10 years, including former NBA player Ognjen Kuzmic. He was a consistent threat inside every single week. Biggest Surprise: Atif Durak struggled after finally getting the chance to play consistent minutes. He struggled in all aspects of the game, shooting, shooting outside and free throw shooting. He also struggled to defend and turned the ball over too much. The one time prospect of KK Spars failed to take advantage of the opportunities given to him this year. Radnik BN Basket 8-23: The team struggled right out of the gate on the season, starting out losing its first 10 games on the season. The team played better after that point going 6-6 down the stretch of the first stage. In the play out round the team went 2-7 securing it's relegation for next season. The team had back to back wins against solid teams in December against Sloboda 88-84 and 69-54 against Mladost. The team was a solid 6-8 at home but an abysmal 2-15 on the road. The team has done a nice job for years identifying and developing young talent but the lack of financing and talent finally caught up with the team. Best Player: Darko Damjanovic came over from KK Bosna and made an immediate impact for the club. He never had the chance to be the man on a club until this season and played well for the team with the expanded role. He played well for the team scoring, rebounding but was turnover prone and didn't shoot FTs well and struggled defending post players with size. Biggest Surprise: Zeljko Kljestan was at one point one of the better young guard prospects coming up in Bosnia. He struggled to play significant minutes for Radnik this season however. He just struggled to get on the court and was hit with injuries during the season. Varda HE 5-17: The team from Visegrad struggled all season long. The team struggled to score and to defend. The teams signature win would have been it's 78-77 win against Mladost which was the first loss of the season for the team after an 11-0 start. The team went 0-11 on the road dooming them to relegation. They ranked near the bottom of points, rebounds, assists and points allowed. Best Player: Djordje Dzeletovic the 22 year Serbian center made a major impact for the team in 19 games. He averaged 27mpg 15.6ppg 5.7rbpg while shooting 73.2% from two, 31.4% from three and 79.7% from the FT line. Biggest Surprise: Miroslav Radic the team brought in the Serbian veteran shooting guard to be leader of the team and he struggled mightily. In 8 games he averaged 8.5ppg 3.5rbpg 1.1aspg in 23mpg. He struggled with shooting the ball hitting only 29.2% from two and 38.1% from three.
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