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KLS Standings
 1. Beovuk 72 0-0 
 2. Borac 0-0 
 3. Dunav SB 0-0 
 4. Dynamic BG 0-0 
 5. Konstantin 0-0 
 6. Metalac 0-0 
 7. Mladost ZE 0-0 
 8. Napredak K. 0-0 
 9. OKK Beograd 0-0 
 10. Sloga 0-0 
 11. Smederevo 0-0 
 12. Spartak 0-0 
 13. Tamis 0-0 
 14. Vrsac 0-0 
Play in international cups:
 1. Crvena Zvezda 0-0 
 2. FMP 0-0 
 3. Mega Leks 0-0 
 4. Partizan 0-0 
2MLS Standings
 1. Boljevac 0-0 
 2. Futog 0-0 
 3. Jagodina 0-0 
 4. Kolubara 0-0 
 5. Mladost SP 0-0 
 6. Napredak 0-0 
 7. Pirot 0-0 
 8. Proleter Naftagas 0-0 
 9. Radnicki 1950 0-0 
 10. Sloboda Uzice 0-0 
 11. Srem 0-0 
 12. Velika Plana 0-0 
 13. Vojvodina NS 0-0 
 14. Zlatibor 0-0 
1MRL Standings
 1. Astra Beograd 0-0 
 2. Barajevo 0-0 
 3. BKK Radnicki 0-0 
 4. Borac ZM 0-0 
 5. Grocka 0-0 
 6. Kolubara 0-0 
 7. Milan Trivic 0-0 
 8. Slodes 0-0 
 9. Torlak BG 0-0 
 10. Vitez BG 0-0 
 11. Zarkovo 0-0 
 12. Zemun 0-0 
 13. Zitko Basket 0-0 
 14. Zvezdara 0-0 
 1. Boljevac 0-0 
 2. Dimitrovgrad 0-0 
 3. Jablanica M. 0-0 
 4. Jastrebac A. 0-0 
 5. Junior Nis 0-0 
 6. Knjazevac 0-0 
 7. Kursumlija 0-0 
 8. Mladost BP 0-0 
 9. Morava 0-0 
 10. Prokuplje 0-0 
 11. Radan Lebane 0-0 
 12. Radnik 0-0 
 13. Soko Banja 0-0 
 14. Zone Boys Blace 0-0 
 1. Akademik 0-0 
 2. Crvenka 0-0 
 3. Dunav 2014 0-0 
 4. Hajduk Kula 0-0 
 5. Jedinstvo NB 0-0 
 6. Nova Pazova 0-0 
 7. Pancevo 0-0 
 8. Radnicki Kovin 0-0 
 9. Sloven Ruma 0-0 
 10. Stara Pazova 0-0 
 11. Sveti Djordje 0-0 
 12. Topola 0-0 
 13. Vrbas 0-0 
 14. Zeleznica IND 0-0 
 1. Crnokosa 0-0 
 2. KK Ub 0-0 
 3. Klik Arilje 0-0 
 4. Novi Pazar 0-0 
 5. Polet Ratina 0-0 
 6. Priboj 0-0 
 7. Prva Petoletka 0-0 
 8. Radnicki 1950 0-0 
 9. Sabac 0-0 
 10. Student BB 0-0 
 11. Svilajnac 0-0 
 12. Zekas 0-0 
 13. Zeleznicar C. 0-0 
 14. Zlatar NV 0-0 
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 
Points Per Game
  Avg: 21.8
 1. Ffriend, Kimani21.8 
 2. Pot, Stefan20.5 
 3. Avramovic, Aleksa20.1 
 4. Sibalic, Danilo18.0 
 5. Jeremic, Mladen17.9 
 6. Tasic, Danilo17.3 
 7. Trtic, Milan17.0 
 8. Smiljanic, Ivan16.8 
 9. Micovic, Strahinja15.4 
 10. Bojic, Andrija15.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Stefan FUNDIC
  Avg: 10.3
 1. Fundic, Stefan10.3 
 2. Ffriend, Kimani9.3 
 3. Bozovic, Slobodan8.0 
 4. Matovic, Stefan7.7 
 5. Malidzan, Vuk7.5 
 6. Simovic, Andrija7.4 
 7. Bojic, Andrija7.4 
 8. Milincic, Vojkan7.1 
 9. Lazarevic, Stefan6.4 
 10. Tasic, Danilo6.2 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 7.9
 1. Malidzan, Vuk7.9 
 2. Covic, Filip7.0 
 3. Jovic, Stefan6.7 
 4. Ivanovic, Nikola6.3 
 5. Dundjerski, Slobod.6.0 
 6. Avramovic, Aleksa5.9 
 7. Pot, Stefan5.7 
 8. Djordjevic, Sasa4.6 
 9. Velickovic, Vladim.4.6 
 10. Popovic, Svetozar4.6 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Zagorac, Rade2.4 
 2. Avramovic, Aleksa2.1 
 3. Milincic, Vojkan1.9 
 4. Laketa, Dejan1.8 
 5. Smiljanic, Ivan1.7 
 6. Fundic, Stefan1.7 
 7. Prlja, Predrag1.7 
 8. Rasic, Aleksandar1.7 
 9. Djordjevic, Vladim.1.7 
 10. Davidovac, Dejan1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Ivica ZUBAC
  Avg: 1.5
 1. Zubac, Ivica1.5 
 2. Karalic, Nemanja1.4 
 3. Bojic, Andrija1.3 
 4. Ffriend, Kimani1.2 
 5. Vasilic, Milojko1.1 
 6. Matovic, Stefan1.1 
 7. Miller-Scott, Quin.1.0 
 8. Jones, Kevin0.9 
 9. Tasic, Danilo0.9 
 10. Cabrilo, Aleksa0.8 

First Round Schedule
Tamis 50% Oct.8 Mladost ZE
Dunav SB 50% Oct.8 Vrsac
Dynamic BG 50% Oct.8 Metalac
Konstantin 50% Oct.8 Beovuk 72
Borac 50% Oct.8 Smederevo
Spartak 50% Oct.8 Sloga
OKK Beograd 50% Oct.8 Napredak K.
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Jagodina 58% Oct.8 Kolubara
Mladost SP 54% Oct.8 Boljevac
Futog 61% Oct.8 Zlatibor
Vojvodina N 57% Oct.8 Srem
Napredak 59% Oct.8 Velika Plana
Slob.Uzice 57% Oct.8 Radnicki 195
Pirot 57% Oct.8 Proleter Naf
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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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Exclusive interview with Igor Skocovski- One of most talented Serbian coaches abroad for 5th consecutive season - Nov 15, 2012

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Igor Skocovski has continued his coaching career in Sweden. Visby Ladies hired Serbian specialist for 2012/2013. He arrived to the club from Austrian Flying Foxes Post SV Wien. They won the championship title and Cup trophy last season. Skocovski was named All-Austrian AWBL Coach of the Year -12. Before the Flying Foxes, Igor Skocovski worked three years with Slovakian ZBK Whirpool Poprad. With them he reached Extraliga Semifinals twice. In 2011, they played in Slovakian Cup Final. Igor Skocovski was assistant coach of the Serbian U18 NT three years ago. In 2005, he also worked with U18 NT and they won the gold medal at U18 EuroBasket in Budapest.

1. Having coached abroad, not only in your home country of Serbia, but also here in Sweden, what is your view of the level of play in comparison?
I left Serbia in 2008. and even than it was obvious that we are going through crisis ( lot of players leaving for bigger challenges, better conditions overall, not enough young players filling in those spots as well as problems recruiting young ones to be interest in basketball as sport). Lot of it has to do with our National Team success, not enough young coaches that are motivated and financial problems, but I think now it has changed and it is going forward slowly again. Saying that I think Serbia is little stronger at this point as far as club competition but Sweden is progressing every year significantly. I am very interested to see if our National Teams can meet in near future.

2. What do you think about a 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?
Basketball is game that changes a lot,and it is good. Without a doubt attractiveness that is inside the game also reflects on the rules and other way around. I think rules made basketball what it is today - one of the most popular sport in the World. We have to look at the changes as challenges which will even more give to the basketball.

3. What are you plans for the upcoming season 2012/2013
Plans were made very clearly by the management when I came to island. We want to get in play off and that means we need to be at least 8 from 12 teams,we want to develope our young prospects for National team too (U15,U16,U18). Our Team is totally new,with maybe 2-3 same faces but that makes it more interesting for all of us inside the team and around team. We are dedicated making our goals come true.

4. What are the differences between the Swedish, Austrian, Slovakian and Serbian leagues?
It would certainly take a deeper analyses but in sort I think Serbia is more dedicated,motivated and talented that other countries mentioned. We start from very early age,our coaches are more enthusiastic and educated. Even though I must say that other countries are going forward very fast,especially Sweden. Your youth program established 10 years ago is giving results at the moment and that is why Sweden is very good in young competitions as well as in women senior level basketball.Austria could be better, but is not investing enough in youth programs from what I saw, they do not have a solid base and coaches, on senior level only Flying Foxes Wien ( Austria Champion ) is trying to keep them in international competition which is not enough but still they are doing good job. Slovakia made its mark in international competition and holding strongly to continue that with teams like Good Angels and Ruzomberok, but I think they are loosing battle overall with nobody else stepping up (until now). Also basketball base with young ones will soon ( if not already )face problems that Serbia had last 2-3 years ago and that is no young girls in basketball.

5. What are your opinions about Sweden,Gotland island after 2 months months? Are you learning any Swedish?
Sweden is beautiful country,highly organised,I had chance to visit Stockholm before with U18 National team of Slovakia. My opinion is that they are investing a lot in sports overall and that will give results or is giving already. Gotland is amazing, and with everyday on it I like more and more. Medieval city inside the walls is just story for it self and its beauty can not be described by words.I always imagine how it was few hundred years ago to live there,I am sure it was nice. My Swedish could be better, and I picked up few words which is not enough, but I hope by the end of the season I will know little more.

6.What do u miss about Serbia?

I think friends, going out...just being around people I know, the love ones and envying our food.

7. Hows your season going? What are your goals for the last part of season?
Starting late with preparation is giving us a lot of headache but I can only say that management and girls are focus on doing their best. We are all trying to be better from day to day. Our enthusiasm is big and we all know that results will come later in season. We all work very hard towards those goals we set in the beginning of the season.

8. What advice you would give to young coaches?
Never be to proud to ask for advice.Always explore,learn every day and do not allow time to go over you. Basketball is dynamic sports that changes. There are so many good coaches out there,DVD's that you can buy, used that and work on your education every day and try what ever you learn on your team,that is the only way you will advance and your players will grow with you.

Thank you for the interview Igor, Eurobasket and Tamara Ruzic wishes you a lot of success in your career.

Sloboda Uzice signs Pavle Roganovic - 1 day ago

21-year old Montenegrin Pavle Roganovic (95, college: High School). He played most recently at Meliksah in Turkish TB2L. Despite young age Roganovic had impressive career. Roganovic's team made it to the Montenegrin U19 Championships Semifinals in 2013. He was selected to Montenegrin U18 Championships All-Star Game back in 2013 at his college time. He was a member of Montenegrin U20 National Team last year. Roganovic has played also professionally in Montenegro (KK...   [read more]

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Mega Leks nip Lukoil in Sremska Mitrovica - 1 day ago

Mega Leks - Lukoil 78:77 Mega Leks claimed a narrow pre-season win over Lukoil. Marko Tejic (209-C/F-95, agency: BeoBasket) notched 15 points to lead the Serbian team. Lukoil grabbed a 28:20 lead after ten minutes. Mega Leks pulled within six points at the interval 37:43. Mega Leks erased the deficit in the third quarter. The Serbian side tied things up at 56 heading into the fourth period. Mega Leks sank 22 points in the final stanza and rallied to the win. Ognjen Jaramaz (193-G-95, ag...   [read more]

Pavkovic comes back to Vrsac - 2 days ago

KK Vrsac Swisslion (KLS) strengthened their roster with addition of experienced 35-year old Serbian guard Miljan Pavkovic (178-76kg-81). It is actually his comeback to Vrsac as he has played here before. Pavkovic played last season at Lietkabelis in Lithuanian LKL league. In 28 games he recorded 7.1ppg, 1.9rpg and 4.2apg. He also played 13 games in Baltic League where he averaged 6.8ppg, 2.9rpg, 5.6apg (top 3) and 1.6spg. Pavkovic helped them to make it to the semifinals. The previous (14...   [read more]

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