From all my years watching EL and world tournaments, i've never seen spanoulis being literally double teamed. He rarely even gets help defense when going in to the basket, stop making up stuff.
Besides, getting a wildcard is not qualifying, Greece probably bought it, just like we, lithuanians, did, back in 2010. But Greece is nowhere near Lithuania in basketbal level.
Besides 2, if I were you, I would've wanted that Spanoulis wouldn't be in the world cup, because if Greece meets USA, it will be a total massacre, and yet again you'll have to blame the referees like a crying little bitch you are. Learn how to accept losing, if you did, your life would maybe look a little different. Think about it
Spanoulis is double teamed in every game genius. Nice way to instantly out yourself as a troll. I did not read the rest of your post. Try harder next time.
So anyway, apparently this will be the 24 team field at the tournament:
I said that I was giving inside info from FIBA. Not that I was giving an official announcement. If you cannot grasp the difference, then you are retarded.
I have given inside info here 4-5 times BEFORE things happened in advance and then they were later announced. That is what this was. That was all.
I then acknowledged that this is not official when someone asked that.
It's an inside source, telling you something ahead of time, so of course it can't be anything official.
then don't state things when they aren't confirmed yet..easy no?
besides it ain't so sure Greece will get the wildcard
China - A huge market with an ailing national team. In truth it would take something extraordinary for China not to get a bid. They can book their flights.
Tunisia - Failed to make it out of the last 16 in AfroBasket. No hope.
Nigeria - Were it any other year I’d give them a legitimate shot but they are at the back of a long, long, queue.
Brazil - Considering they sent a weak line-up to Venezuela, there’s a good chance they knew they were in Spain before flopping violently at FIBA Americas.
Canada - Before Venezuela all Canada looked to need for a wildcard was to assure FIBA that Anthony Bennett and Andrew Wiggins would travel to Spain. Now even probably won’t be enough. Four teams from in and around North America will be in Spain and there’s a glut of European teams to fill.
Germany - FIBA would love to give them a wildcard given the sport’s development in Deutschland. Tough to see them getting it.
Russia - Could the Russians actually miss out? Crazier things have happened. They are in the discussion but no locks by any means.
Turkey - They had better hope that money (the clean type before you kill me in the comments) talks an awful lot. Turkey and Turkish business has done a lot to make FIBA happy. They may feel they’re owed a wildcard.
Greece - Arguably the easiest European side to leave out, despite performing best of the four mentioned here. It would be strange to see the last team to beat the USA in a competitive game absent from the World Cup.
Euroleague likes to troll but the guys trolling him are much worse.
who ever watched spanoulis play in Europe those last years and thinks he wouldnt EASILY average 18-6 if he was allowed to play true PG and leader of a team and lead them to many wins is fcking delusional. dude would be a top 5n PG in the NBA right now
What does the phrase fake lithuanian troll actually mean?
Do you mean faking that I'm from Lithuania? I live in Žaliakalnis, Kaunas, near a river Nemunas, that goes through most of Lithuania. If that doesn't make you believe in my being lithuanian then I don't know what does. To be fair, you are the one, who should prove being from Alabama, as this deep obsession with Spanoulis is way too stupid even for a redneck