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Old 09-20-2009, 06:02 PM   #151
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They aren't garbage, nobody in this touney are anywhere near as good as Spain thats all
Yep. Almost too easy after they woke up.
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Old 09-20-2009, 06:56 PM   #152
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Nice year for Pau hey...
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Old 09-20-2009, 08:53 PM   #153
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EuroBasket 2009 All-Tournament Team

Vasileios Spanoulis
Miloš Teodosić
Rudy Fernandez
Erazem Lorbek
Pau Gasol (MVP)
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Old 09-21-2009, 05:54 AM   #154
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EuroBasket 2009 All-Tournament Team

Vasileios Spanoulis
Miloš Teodosić
Rudy Fernandez
Erazem Lorbek
Pau Gasol (MVP)
PG: Juan Carlos Navarro of Spain
SG: Milos Teodosic (195-G-87) of Serbia
SF: Rudy Fernandez (197-G-85) of Spain
PF: Erazem Lorbek of Slovenia
C: Pau Gasol of Spain

was the first team.


2nd Team
PG: Vassilis Spanoulis (193-G-82) of Greece
SG: Ersan Ilyasova (207-F-87) of Turkey
SF: Hedo Turkoglu (206-F-79) of Turkey *plays also as point guard and power forward positions
PF: Marijonas Petravicius (208-F/C-79) of Lithuania
C: Marcin Gortat (213-C-84) of Poland

3rd Team
PG: Tony Parker (183-G-80) of France
SG: Roko-Leni Ukic (195-G-84) of Croatia
SF: Kelly McCarty (201-F-75) of Russia
PF: Lior Eliyahu (205-F-85) of Israel
C: Nenad Krstic (214-C-83) of Serbia


2nd and third. No idea how parker was only 3rd team, was the 2nd highest scorer of the tourny.
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Old 09-21-2009, 07:51 AM   #155
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PG: Juan Carlos Navarro of Spain
SG: Milos Teodosic (195-G-87) of Serbia
SF: Rudy Fernandez (197-G-85) of Spain
PF: Erazem Lorbek of Slovenia
C: Pau Gasol of Spain

was the first team.


2nd Team
PG: Vassilis Spanoulis (193-G-82) of Greece
SG: Ersan Ilyasova (207-F-87) of Turkey
SF: Hedo Turkoglu (206-F-79) of Turkey *plays also as point guard and power forward positions
PF: Marijonas Petravicius (208-F/C-79) of Lithuania
C: Marcin Gortat (213-C-84) of Poland

3rd Team
PG: Tony Parker (183-G-80) of France
SG: Roko-Leni Ukic (195-G-84) of Croatia
SF: Kelly McCarty (201-F-75) of Russia
PF: Lior Eliyahu (205-F-85) of Israel
C: Nenad Krstic (214-C-83) of Serbia


2nd and third. No idea how parker was only 3rd team, was the 2nd highest scorer of the tourny.

I'm pretty sure Lakas is right and you are wrong. Unless you're not talking about the same thing? Where did you get this info?
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Old 09-21-2009, 08:49 AM   #156
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It was Spanoulis the point guard of the first team. Navarro could play as 1, but it wasnt his role in this championship (or in others), so it has no sense he was in this position in the Eurobasket's first team.

IMO in this Eurobasket, once Spain awakes, there was no oportunities for the rest of teams. They dominated the play-offs fair and square.

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Sad that Navarro didn´t stay in the NBA. He´s such a great scorer.

I heard that his family can't stay in Memphis for another year. He waited for other options but it didnt come or it wasnt interesting, so he decided to go back to Barcelona with a great contract. They didn't like Memphis for living because that city was the opposite to Barcelona (open, cosmopolitan...) and since Gasol's exit, a very close friend, the situation was getting worse... Moreover the team's situation couldn't be more disastrous.

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Old 09-21-2009, 10:51 AM   #157
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PG: Juan Carlos Navarro of Spain
SG: Milos Teodosic (195-G-87) of Serbia
SF: Rudy Fernandez (197-G-85) of Spain
PF: Erazem Lorbek of Slovenia
C: Pau Gasol of Spain

was the first team.


2nd Team
PG: Vassilis Spanoulis (193-G-82) of Greece
SG: Ersan Ilyasova (207-F-87) of Turkey
SF: Hedo Turkoglu (206-F-79) of Turkey *plays also as point guard and power forward positions
PF: Marijonas Petravicius (208-F/C-79) of Lithuania
C: Marcin Gortat (213-C-84) of Poland

3rd Team
PG: Tony Parker (183-G-80) of France
SG: Roko-Leni Ukic (195-G-84) of Croatia
SF: Kelly McCarty (201-F-75) of Russia
PF: Lior Eliyahu (205-F-85) of Israel
C: Nenad Krstic (214-C-83) of Serbia


2nd and third. No idea how parker was only 3rd team, was the 2nd highest scorer of the tourny.

No. What I posted was the team.
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Old 09-21-2009, 07:25 PM   #158
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No. What I posted was the team.
http://www.eurobasket.com/2009.asp?NewsID=172516

im just going off what the eurobasket website said.....
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Old 09-21-2009, 08:11 PM   #159
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http://www.eurobasket.com/2009.asp?NewsID=172516

im just going off what the eurobasket website said.....

Well I assure you that is not the team. The team I posted is correct and there is no 2nd or 3rd team, just a first team.

Here is the official FIBA article:

http://www.eurobasket2009.org/en/coi...leMode_on.html

Gasol Named EuroBasket 2009 MVP Presented By Tissot
20 September 2009
By Simon Wilkinson

Spain's Pau Gasol was selected as the Most Valuable Player and named to the All-Tournament team of EuroBasket 2009 presented by Tissot, the official timekeeper of Europe's premier basketball competition.

Gasol led his team to their first ever European men's title with 18 points 11 rebounds and three blocks in the 85-63 win over Serbia.

After losing in the championship game six times - most recently at home in 2007 - Spain finally broke through, thanks in large part to Gasol, who was the tournament's leading scorer with 18.6 points per contest while also grabbing 8.3 rebounds (2nd best) and blocking 2.2 shots per game (1st).

The star center headed the EuroBasket 2009 All-Tourament Team, which also featured his teammate Rudy Fernandez, who averaged 13.6 points and led all players with 2.1 steals per game.

The rest of the All-Tournament Team was rounded out by Serbia guard Milos Teodosic, Slovenian big man Erazem Lorbek and Greek guard Vasileios Spanoulis.



And at the end of the gold medal game on TV the team was announced and all the players were given an award and a watch. I watched myself and that was definitely the team. And as I said, there is no 2nd or 3rd team.
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Old 09-21-2009, 08:28 PM   #160
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Well I assure you that is not the team. The team I posted is correct and there is no 2nd or 3rd team, just a first team.

Here is the official FIBA article:

http://www.eurobasket2009.org/en/coi...leMode_on.html

Gasol Named EuroBasket 2009 MVP Presented By Tissot
20 September 2009
By Simon Wilkinson

Spain's Pau Gasol was selected as the Most Valuable Player and named to the All-Tournament team of EuroBasket 2009 presented by Tissot, the official timekeeper of Europe's premier basketball competition.

Gasol led his team to their first ever European men's title with 18 points 11 rebounds and three blocks in the 85-63 win over Serbia.

After losing in the championship game six times - most recently at home in 2007 - Spain finally broke through, thanks in large part to Gasol, who was the tournament's leading scorer with 18.6 points per contest while also grabbing 8.3 rebounds (2nd best) and blocking 2.2 shots per game (1st).

The star center headed the EuroBasket 2009 All-Tourament Team, which also featured his teammate Rudy Fernandez, who averaged 13.6 points and led all players with 2.1 steals per game.

The rest of the All-Tournament Team was rounded out by Serbia guard Milos Teodosic, Slovenian big man Erazem Lorbek and Greek guard Vasileios Spanoulis.



And at the end of the gold medal game on TV the team was announced and all the players were given an award and a watch. I watched myself and that was definitely the team. And as I said, there is no 2nd or 3rd team.

haha true, yeah dont know what the other site is then, probably those teams were just chosen by the writers on that site, but yeh i found it strange that navarro was on the first team as pg too.
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Old 09-21-2009, 08:29 PM   #161
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haha true, yeah dont know what the other site is then, probably those teams were just chosen by the writers on that site, but yeh i found it strange that navarro was on the first team as pg too.

I think that was just an editor's picks.
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Old 09-21-2009, 09:15 PM   #162
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The real All Tournment team is:

PG - Milos Teodosic (Serbia)
SG - Vasileios Spanoulis (Greece)
SF - Rudy Fernandez (Spain)
PF - Erazem Lorbek (Slovenia)
C - Paul Gasol (Spain, also MVP)

Now you can change the positions between Teodisc and Spanoulis, Lorbek and Gasol.
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Old 09-22-2009, 09:41 AM   #163
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First of all. The referees on the Tournament were soo bad. The "big teams" like Greece and Spain are privileged!!! Look the last game for 3rd place. The "baby Shaq" was doing everything, and he got just 2 or 3 fouls. Spain, was playing really good from quaterfinal. That`s true, and nobody couldn`t stop them, but anyway, the system on Eurobasket is very unfair, France didn`t lost just 1 game on the Tournament, and got just the 5th place. Turkey lost just 1 game `till quaterfinal, they were just 8th at the end.
FIBA please change approach!!!
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Old 09-23-2009, 06:54 AM   #164
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You're right for the referees, they were so bad. They didn't respect nba players they don't know. France was mistreat by referees during the whole tournament. But they lost again Spain, because Spain is better team
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Old 09-23-2009, 11:07 PM   #165
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You're right for the referees, they were so bad. They didn't respect nba players they don't know. France was mistreat by referees during the whole tournament. But they lost again Spain, because Spain is better team

Greece was much mistreat than the France.
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