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KLS Standings
Group A
 1. Crvena Zvezda 6-0 
 2. FMP 4-2 
 3. Metalac 2-4 
 4. Tamis 0-6 
Group B
 1. Partizan 6-0 
 2. Mega Leks 4-2 
 3. Borac 1-5 
 4. Konstantin 1-5 
Stage One Standings
Full Standings
Last:5/25/2016
2MLS Standings
 1. Dynamic BG 21-5 
 2. Dunav SB 21-5 
 3. Velika Plana 19-7 
 4. Srem 16-10 
 5. Proleter Naftagas 14-12 
 6. Vojvodina NS 14-12 
 7. Zlatibor 14-12 
 8. Pirot 13-13 
 9. Napredak 12-14 
 10. Sloboda Uzice 12-14 
 11. Mladost SP 11-15 
 12. Zdravlje 9-17 
 13. Beko Beograd 4-22 
 14. Fair Play Nis 2-24 
Last:4/30/2016
1MRL Standings
Center
 1. Kolubara 24-2 
 2. Zvezdara 24-2 
 3. Slodes 17-9 
 4. Zitko Basket 17-9 
 5. Barajevo 14-12 
 6. Borac ZM 14-12 
 7. Zemun 14-12 
 8. Torlak BG 12-14 
 9. Zarkovo 11-15 
 10. Astra Beograd 10-16 
 11. Vitez BG 10-16 
 12. BKK Radnicki 8-18 
 13. Grocka 6-20 
 14. Milan Trivic 1-25 
East
 1. Boljevac 19-7 
 2. Knjazevac 19-7 
 3. Kursumlija 17-9 
 4. Prokuplje 15-11 
 5. Dimitrovgrad 14-12 
 6. Jablanica M. 14-12 
 7. Soko Banja 14-12 
 8. Junior Nis 13-13 
 9. Morava 12-14 
 10. Zone Boys Blace 12-14 
 11. Radnik 10-16 
 12. Jastrebac A. 8-18 
 13. Radan Lebane 8-18 
 14. Mladost BP 7-19 
North
 1. Futog 23-3 
 2. Sveti Djordje 22-4 
 3. Akademik 20-6 
 4. Topola 19-7 
 5. Radnicki Kovin 14-12 
 6. Vrbas 14-12 
 7. Zeleznica IND 13-13 
 8. Hajduk Kula 12-14 
 9. Jedinstvo NB 12-14 
 10. Sloven Ruma 11-15 
 11. Pancevo 9-17 
 12. Stara Pazova 9-17 
 13. Crvenka 3-23 
 14. Odzaci 1-25 
West
 1. Radnicki 1950 23-3 
 2. KK Ub 21-5 
 3. Priboj 17-9 
 4. Zeleznicar C. 15-11 
 5. Klik Arilje 14-12 
 6. Novi Pazar 14-12 
 7. Zlatar NV 13-13 
 8. Crnokosa 11-15 
 9. Prva Petoletka 11-15 
 10. Student BB 11-15 
 11. Zekas 11-15 
 12. Sabac 10-16 
 13. Polet Ratina 9-17 
 14. Svilajnac 2-24 
Last:5/21/2016
Euroleague Standings
Group A
 1. Anadolu Efes 0-0 
 2. Brose Bask. 0-0 
 3. Crvena Zvezda 0-0 
 4. CSKA 0-0 
 5. Darussafaka 0-0 
 6. EA7 Armani 0-0 
 7. FC Barcelona 0-0 
 8. Fener.Ulker 0-0 
 9. Galatasaray 0-0 
 10. Laboral Kutxa 0-0 
 11. Maccabi T-A 0-0 
 12. Olympiacos 0-0 
 13. Panathinaikos 0-0 
 14. Real Madrid 0-0 
 15. Unics 0-0 
 16. Zalgiris 0-0 
Last:7/7/2016
Points Per Game
 Kimani FFRIEND
  Jagodina
  (211-C-77)
  Avg: 21.8
 1. Ffriend, Jagodina21.8 
 2. Pot, Mladost ZE20.5 
 3. Avramovic, Openjob.20.1 
 4. Sibalic, Igokea18.0 
 5. Jeremic, BC Timis.17.9 
 6. Tasic, Konstantin17.3 
 7. Trtic, Bordeaux17.0 
 8. Smiljanic, Tamis16.8 
 9. Micovic, Igokea15.4 
 10. Bojic, Borac15.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Stefan FUNDIC
  Beovuk 72
  (199-F-94)
  Avg: 10.3
 1. Fundic, Beovuk 7210.3 
 2. Ffriend, Jagodina9.3 
 3. Bozovic, Iskra Svit8.0 
 4. Matovic, Sloga7.7 
 5. Malidzan, BC Nokia7.5 
 6. Simovic, Vrsac7.4 
 7. Bojic, Borac7.4 
 8. Milincic, Napredak7.1 
 9. Lazarevic, FMP6.4 
 10. Tasic, Konstantin6.2 
Assists Per Game
 Vuk MALIDZAN
  BC Nokia
  (193-PG-88)
  Avg: 7.9
 1. Malidzan, BC Nokia7.9 
 2. Covic, FMP7.0 
 3. Jovic, Crvena Z.6.7 
 4. Ivanovic, AEK A.6.3 
 5. Dundjerski, Jaszbe.6.0 
 6. Avramovic, Openjob.5.9 
 7. Pot, Mladost ZE5.7 
 8. Djordjevic, Smede.4.6 
 9. Velickovic, Tamis4.6 
 10. Popovic, Spartak4.6 
Steals Per Game
 Rade ZAGORAC
  Mega Leks
  (205-G/F-95)
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Zagorac, Mega Leks2.4 
 2. Avramovic, Openjob.2.1 
 3. Milincic, Napredak1.9 
 4. Laketa, Spartak1.8 
 5. Smiljanic, Tamis1.7 
 6. Fundic, Beovuk 721.7 
 7. Prlja, Spartak1.7 
 8. Rasic, UBT C.1.7 
 9. Djordjevic, Konst.1.7 
 10. Davidovac, FMP1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Ivica ZUBAC
  LA Lakers
  (216-C-97)
  Avg: 1.5
 1. Zubac, LA Lakers1.5 
 2. Karalic, Beovuk 721.4 
 3. Bojic, Borac1.3 
 4. Ffriend, Jagodina1.2 
 5. Vasilic, Smederevo1.1 
 6. Matovic, Sloga1.1 
 7. Miller-Scott, Macc.1.0 
 8. Jones, Partizan0.9 
 9. Tasic, Konstantin0.9 
 10. Cabrilo, Jagodina0.8 

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First Round Schedule
Unics 50% Oct.14 FC Barcelona
Fener.Ulker 50% Oct.14 Brose Bask.
Panathinaiko 50% Oct.14 Zalgiris
Laboral Kutx 50% Oct.14 Anadolu Efes
Galatasaray 50% Oct.13 CSKA
EA7 Armani 50% Oct.13 Maccabi T-A
Crvena Zvezd 50% Oct.13 Darussafaka
Real Madrid 50% Oct.12 Olympiacos
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Interview with Serbian-Belgium coach Aleksandar Peldic - Jun 12, 2012


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Aleksander
Peldic
Eurobasket recently had the pleasure of sitting and chatting with Serbian-Belgium international coach Aleksander Peldic . Recently completing the season in Belgium, he was able to share some of this thoughts.

EU: Coach, it's a pleasure to sit with you today. How have you found this latest season in Belgium?
SP: I had an oportunety to follow several Euroleague teams on they trainings, preparation and games and learn how are things done on highest level, travelled a lot and have talked with coaches, seen many games in first division in Serbia, Belgium, Holland and Duitsland. It was fantastic expieriance becuse I always want to learn and improve myself.

EU: Having coached abroad, not only in your home country of Serbia, but also here in Belgium, what is your view of the level of play in comparison?
SP: Young players in Serbia train much more but they also get early a chance to play at highest level , so you have a lot of guys at age of 18 with serious playing time in first division, and at 22 they become leaders. There are not many foreign players (mostly two) and they must fit in our philosophy. Media coverage is enormous because basketball is National sport and we where World en European Champions. To compare with Belgium - when National team qualified directly to European Championship (personaly think a great achievement) you could not see any game on tv while in Serbia you can watch everything from domestic thry all European competitions till NBA, daily and live.

EU: What is your take on recent rule changes? For example. Defensive 3 seconds, or the moving blocks that become prevalent in almost every league imaginable, Can you tell us more on that?
SP: Deffensive 3 seconds will allow more 1 on 1 game in the paint and its possitive new rule. Many moving screens you can see on all levels nowdays. Flat screens and screen and rescreen make reffery's job really difficult but also gave them a possibilitty and responsibility to subjectively decide. Also deffence is adapting very quick so I dont see that anything wil be changed.

EU: How do you see the evolution of the game, over the course of your career?
SP: European basketball is following NBA in terms that game is becoming extremelly intensive and physical - Euroleague teams are using 10-12 top players and the best are averiging about 25 min/game because its so intense. Deffence is highly tactical with constant help, shadowing and many rotations and offense is strictly controled and fastbreak is barely run, unfortunatelly.

EU: From scouting and observing games, one can see a type of shift in focus from a focus on coaching to a more focus on players and their wants/desires,etc. Not only in the NBA, but also in countries like Holland and France we have seen players doing things quite out of character on the part of a player. How do you feel this type of behavior impacts the game?
SP: That is thry, and a pitty that coaches have to pay more attention to a individual needs of players, managers and people around the court then doing they job on court itself. Finding a right measure of protecting players from everything that weakens their focus (and the are so many things) and emphasize on importance of working and behaving as a TEAM is sometimes difficult but if you want to achieve something, to be a champion that's the only way.

EU: What are you plans for the upcoming season 2012/2013?
SP: Basketball is my life and after many years in Belgium I feel that is time to move to another country, soo I am still looking for a club with clear vision for a future, where I can work professionaly and win prices and championships like I did in every club that I have been coaching.

EU: Do you want to share anything with your fans?
SP: Clubs and players have fans, coaches get thry their career some followers that apricciate they way of working. I am lucky to have some within young coaches and people that like my determination, integrity and fact that i live for the game.

EU: Any other closing thoughts?
SP: Well, I have been following Eurobasket site for so many years and get a lot of help and information so it's a real pleasure to learn more about people that are doing such a fine job.

EUROBASKET WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS TIME TO CONGRATULATE COACH SASHA PELDIC ON ANOTHER SEASON IN BELGIUM. WE WOULD ALSO LIKE TO WISH HIM THE VERY BEST IN TE FUTURE, AND WE LOOK TO HEAR GREAT THINGS FROM HIM IN THE VERY NEAR FUTURE. BEST SWISHES COACH!
  




Goran Oluic
Alcazar keeps Oluic for another season - 2 hours ago

LEB Silver newcomer Seguros Soliss Alcazar Basket re-signed 28-year old Serbian center Goran Oluic (203-88). He has played there for the last two seasons. In 28 EBA games he averaged 6.5ppg and 3.6rpg last season. Oluic helped them to win the EBA Final Stage 2 title. He has played previously professionally also in Montenegro (Ibar Rozaje) and Spain (Reale B.C. Ciudad Real, Quintanar, Daimiel and Majadahonda). Seguros Soliss Alcazar Basket roster for 2016-2017: Guards: Lamonte Thomas Nic...   [read more]

Aleksa
Stepanovic
Spars Sarajevo keeps Stepanovic for another season - 3 hours ago

OKK Spars Sarajevo (Division I) re-signed 18-year old Serbian forward Aleksa Stepanovic (206-98). He played there last season. In 6 Division I games he averaged 3.3ppg and 1.2rpg. Part of previous (2014-15) season Stepanovic spent at Fair Play Nis (KLS) in Serbian league. He helped them to win the group title. Stepanovic also played that season for Nibac Nis (2MRL) in Serbian league. He is a member of Serbian U18 National Team. OKK Spars Sarajevo roster for 2016-2017: Forwards: Dalibor...   [read more]

Nikola
Djuric
Nikola Djuric (ex Beovuk 72) joins Cherno More - 3 hours ago

Cherno More Port Varna (NBL) agreed terms with 25-year old Serbian power forward Nikola Djuric (201-91). He has played for the last two seasons at KK Beovuk 72 Beograd in Serbian KLS league. In 20 games he had 7.9ppg and 3.2rpg last season. Djuric's team was Runner-Up of Serbian 2MLS 2015. He has played also professionally for other Serbian teams like Crvena Zvezda and Radnicki Obrenovac. Cherno More Port Varna roster for 2016-2017: Guards: Angel Natskin Tsvetomir Kurtev Forward: Venel...   [read more]


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