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#5656 Osbourne

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 12:30

Ovo je drugi klip sa ovog linka sto sam stavio.



Obratite paznju sta je uradio Brown na 5:05. Zanimljiv igrac.Malo me podseca na lasme-a. Mada sa ovom akcijom cini mi se kao da je neka dvojka... Odlicne fizikalije. A Airball rece da je cetvorka.

Brown koji nam je juce natrpao 24 poena je igrac kakve Dule obozava...Cetvorka od 206 cm sa NBA iskustvom, ali...


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#5657 belpH

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 12:46

sad bre i ja gledam i mnogo mi bre lici da je on igrac na nekoj spoljnoj poziciji, i po odbrani i po napadu...mnogo mi je on lagan za cetvorku....

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 13:06

Verovatno preuranjena konstatacija, ali meni Rasic deluje mnogo manje stegnut nego prosle sezone, tada mi je delovao kao da je na terenu zato sto ga teraju, bez svog pristanka. Sada mi deluje mnogo konkretniji i skoncentrisaniji...

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 13:14

Team focus: Partizan (Euroleague.net)

Having enjoyed more fan support last season than any club in European basketball history, Partizan Belgrade returns for the 2009-10 Euroleague with the same high hopes of rising above expectations to challenge the bigger, more experienced superpowers of the continent. With the perfect head coach for upstart young teams and record-breaking crowds of true believers, Partizan enters the new Euroleague season prepared to follow the blueprint that that has led the Serbian champs to the Euroleague Quarterfinal Playoffs in back-to-back seasons. Dusko Vujosevic was honored as the 2009 Alexander Gomelskiy Coach of the Year after last season's performance for developing some of the best young talents in Europe into a team that challenged for a Final Four berth. Despite a revolving door that annually sees those young talents leave for bigger clubs, the secret to Vujosevic's success has been finding the right mix between seasoned vets and rising stars. This season, two such veterans return from the team that started making so much noise team two years ago – veteran playmaker Milt Palacio and Euroleague champ Dusan Kecman – to help lead seven players 22 or younger, including five newcomers. It may be tough to figure out who among those young and new talents will rise to the top, there is sure to be someone, just like big man Jan Vesely, back for his second season, did last year. Also back to bring continuity for Partizan are the guard duo of Aleksandar Rasic and Petar Bozic, plus big men Zarko Rakocevic, Strahinja Milosevic and Slavko Vranes. The list of youngsters who could turn into the next Partizan stars includes big guards Stefan Sinovic and Aleksandar Mitrovic, forwards Bogdan Riznic and Sava Lesic, and centers Aleks Maric, Nemanja Besovic and Branislav Djekic. What is sure is that they will get all the backing needed from the Partizan fans as they try to fashion another Euroleague miracle season.

The vetaran Palacio is equal parts playmaker, clutch scorer and team leader, all of which are needed by such a young team as Partizan. His experience and team-first attitude help make those around him better and Palacio also knows how to step up and score himself in big games, a fact he proved two years ago when he was named Euroleague MVP of the Month for March, precisely when he led Partizan to the its first playoff appearance in the Euroleague. Rasic is a combo guard who figures to start alongside Palacio. He did well in his first Euroleague season last year, displaying a knack for scoring and fine court vision that lets him run the offense, too. Kecman returns after winning the Euroleague with Panathinaikos last season. The veteran swingman is a fine all-around talent who has averaged double figures in points three times in the Euroleague and is a fantastic defender. The team captain, Bozic, backs up at point guard, bringing his fine long-range shooting off the bench. Young gun Sinovic is a promising scorer who will try to crack the rotation in his first season with the club while Mitrovic, a teenager, is another bright prospect who may fight for minutes as the season goes on.

Vesely figures to be the star of the frontcourt after a brilliant rookie season in which he was among the league's best in two-point shooting percentage and offensive rebounds per minute. Now 19, more will be expected of this rising star, but his ability to also run the floor and shoot from distance when the opportunity is there makes him an all-around threat whenever he is on the floor. Vranes, all 2.29 meters of him, clogs the middle and serves as an intimidating shot blocker and excellent rebounder. When he can stay out of foul trouble, Vranes can change games, especially close ones down the stretch. Rakocevic is a high-energy forward who runs the floor well and made quite an impact in several games off the bench last season. Milosevic is a special assignment defensive stopper and a solid rebounder. Maric possesses a true center's body that should serve him well as he fine tunes his game under Vujosevic, hoping to become a reference for Partizan on both ends of the floor. Sava Lesic returns to Partizan after going on loan last season and may get a chance to contribute this season as a power player with plenty of options with the ball in his hands or not. The trio of small forward Bogdan Riznic, power forward Branislav Djekic and center Nemanja Besovic are all highly regarded teenage players, who if they work hard and prove themselves, could be playing plenty for Vujosevic, who is not shy to use youth as an advantage. All in all, Partizan's roster may have some question marks, but based on Vujosevic's track record with young players, the quality of returning players and the tremendous support the club receives from the fans in Belgrade, special things can be expected again in the Serbian capital.

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 13:16

U Zurnalu je izasla fotografija Andrew Boguta koji je vozio preko dva sata od Milwaukeeja da bi pogledao utakmicu...

Inace statistika Predraga Sarica iz Zurnala se razlikuje od one koju smo videli juce...Djekic je imao 10 poena, Rasic 18, Maric 15...

Sto se tice price o pleju, mislim da je Dule doveden u neprijatnu situaciju, jer ne zeli da dovodi igraca kojeg ne poznaje 10 dana pred pocetak sezone i meni je zvucalo kao da je prinudjen da ceka Palacija...
Medjutim videcemo sta ce biti od svega toga na kraju...

Ukoliko Radenovic zbilja ode u CSKA, a najavili su da dovede visokog igraca onda je sve manje verovatno da nasa buduca cetvorka ne bude amerikanac...


Takav je DV. Setite se. I pre nekoliko godina je čekao na Džeralda Brauna od kraja novembra (ili početka decembra) do sredine januara (dok ovaj nije završio neku smešnu amer-ligu), jer je imao dogovor sa njim.

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 13:31

Takav je DV. Setite se. I pre nekoliko godina je čekao na Džeralda Brauna od kraja novembra (ili početka decembra) do sredine januara (dok ovaj nije završio neku smešnu amer-ligu), jer je imao dogovor sa njim.


tad je cekao kamingsa a ne brauna ja mislim...

ja bih voleo Palacia ali samo ako se dovede neka dobra 4ka koja moze da prangija spolja...ako se ne dovede 4ka onda mislim da nam treba malo vise pucacke moci spolja, sto sa Palaciom nazalost ne dobijamo...ne znam, ja i dalje verujem da cemo 2 stranca dovesti i da ce se oni vratiti sa Partizanom sad iz USA

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 13:34

Team focus: Partizan (Euroleague.net)

Having enjoyed more fan support last season than any club in European basketball history, Partizan Belgrade returns for the 2009-10 Euroleague with the same high hopes of rising above expectations to challenge the bigger, more experienced superpowers of the continent. With the perfect head coach for upstart young teams and record-breaking crowds of true believers, Partizan enters the new Euroleague season prepared to follow the blueprint that that has led the Serbian champs to the Euroleague Quarterfinal Playoffs in back-to-back seasons. Dusko Vujosevic was honored as the 2009 Alexander Gomelskiy Coach of the Year after last season's performance for developing some of the best young talents in Europe into a team that challenged for a Final Four berth. Despite a revolving door that annually sees those young talents leave for bigger clubs, the secret to Vujosevic's success has been finding the right mix between seasoned vets and rising stars. This season, two such veterans return from the team that started making so much noise team two years ago – veteran playmaker Milt Palacio and Euroleague champ Dusan Kecman – to help lead seven players 22 or younger, including five newcomers. It may be tough to figure out who among those young and new talents will rise to the top, there is sure to be someone, just like big man Jan Vesely, back for his second season, did last year. Also back to bring continuity for Partizan are the guard duo of Aleksandar Rasic and Petar Bozic, plus big men Zarko Rakocevic, Strahinja Milosevic and Slavko Vranes. The list of youngsters who could turn into the next Partizan stars includes big guards Stefan Sinovic and Aleksandar Mitrovic, forwards Bogdan Riznic and Sava Lesic, and centers Aleks Maric, Nemanja Besovic and Branislav Djekic. What is sure is that they will get all the backing needed from the Partizan fans as they try to fashion another Euroleague miracle season.

The vetaran Palacio is equal parts playmaker, clutch scorer and team leader, all of which are needed by such a young team as Partizan. His experience and team-first attitude help make those around him better and Palacio also knows how to step up and score himself in big games, a fact he proved two years ago when he was named Euroleague MVP of the Month for March, precisely when he led Partizan to the its first playoff appearance in the Euroleague. Rasic is a combo guard who figures to start alongside Palacio. He did well in his first Euroleague season last year, displaying a knack for scoring and fine court vision that lets him run the offense, too. Kecman returns after winning the Euroleague with Panathinaikos last season. The veteran swingman is a fine all-around talent who has averaged double figures in points three times in the Euroleague and is a fantastic defender. The team captain, Bozic, backs up at point guard, bringing his fine long-range shooting off the bench. Young gun Sinovic is a promising scorer who will try to crack the rotation in his first season with the club while Mitrovic, a teenager, is another bright prospect who may fight for minutes as the season goes on.

Vesely figures to be the star of the frontcourt after a brilliant rookie season in which he was among the league's best in two-point shooting percentage and offensive rebounds per minute. Now 19, more will be expected of this rising star, but his ability to also run the floor and shoot from distance when the opportunity is there makes him an all-around threat whenever he is on the floor. Vranes, all 2.29 meters of him, clogs the middle and serves as an intimidating shot blocker and excellent rebounder. When he can stay out of foul trouble, Vranes can change games, especially close ones down the stretch. Rakocevic is a high-energy forward who runs the floor well and made quite an impact in several games off the bench last season. Milosevic is a special assignment defensive stopper and a solid rebounder. Maric possesses a true center's body that should serve him well as he fine tunes his game under Vujosevic, hoping to become a reference for Partizan on both ends of the floor. Sava Lesic returns to Partizan after going on loan last season and may get a chance to contribute this season as a power player with plenty of options with the ball in his hands or not. The trio of small forward Bogdan Riznic, power forward Branislav Djekic and center Nemanja Besovic are all highly regarded teenage players, who if they work hard and prove themselves, could be playing plenty for Vujosevic, who is not shy to use youth as an advantage. All in all, Partizan's roster may have some question marks, but based on Vujosevic's track record with young players, the quality of returning players and the tremendous support the club receives from the fans in Belgrade, special things can be expected again in the Serbian capital.


All in all... POWERHOUSE!!! :ph34r:

Edited by Osbourne, 29 September 2009 - 13:35.


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Posted 29 September 2009 - 14:10

Ovi ljudi su, za razliku od Tegija, snimali utakmicu. Bas im hvala.

Maric deluje dobro ali ima jos mnogo da radi. Slobodna su skandalozna, jos je gori izbacaj nego kod Palasija. S tim sto Milt pogadja sa solidnim procentom, a ovaj sumnjam da ce to moci, posebno ne kad se odlucuje. Kako god okrenuli, mislim da sudbinu ove sezone u rukama cvrsto drzi Aleksandar Rasic. Ako bude dobar, sezona ce da cveta. I obrnuto. Bez obzira ko dosao na dva upraznjena mesta, u to sam sad posve siguran.

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 14:21

Ovi ljudi su, za razliku od Tegija, snimali utakmicu. Bas im hvala.

Maric deluje dobro ali ima jos mnogo da radi. Slobodna su skandalozna, jos je gori izbacaj nego kod Palasija. S tim sto Milt pogadja sa solidnim procentom, a ovaj sumnjam da ce to moci, posebno ne kad se odlucuje. Kako god okrenuli, mislim da sudbinu ove sezone u rukama cvrsto drzi Aleksandar Rasic. Ako bude dobar, sezona ce da cveta. I obrnuto. Bez obzira ko dosao na dva upraznjena mesta, u to sam sad posve siguran.


Ako ne dodje startni plej, onda je tacno da ce mnogo da zavisi od igre Aleksandra Rasica. Ali, onda sudbinu ove sezone u rukama cvrsto drzi Katarina Sotirovic. :ph34r:




Salu na stranu, Rasic me prijatno iznenadio na ovim snimcima. Ima on strasan potencijal, cak, nek se smeje ko hoce, potencijal za reprezentaciju. Ima on jos mnogo toga da pokaze. Nadam se da je ovo njegova sezona...

Edited by Osbourne, 29 September 2009 - 14:23.


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Posted 29 September 2009 - 14:32

slazem se za Rasica...a i pokazace on mnogo samo ako bude igrao na dvojci, a ne na kecu...

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 14:33

Gledam snimak utakmice i impresioniran sam sa onim sto je Aleksandar Maric pokazao...

Dule ce napraviti zver od njega...

Uz dva dobra igraca ovaj tim ce biti za ponos...Napredovacemo iz dana u dan i do kraja sezone napredak od 20% je sasvim moguc...

#5667 Osbourne

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 14:45

Dule ce od Marica da napravi cudo ove sezone! MARKMYWORDS :)


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Posted 29 September 2009 - 15:14

Ako ne dodje startni plej, onda je tacno da ce mnogo da zavisi od igre Aleksandra Rasica. Ali, onda sudbinu ove sezone u rukama cvrsto drzi Katarina Sotirovic. :ph34r:



Ni Dule nije toliki egzibicionista da uđe u sezonu sa Rašićem kao prvim rešenjem na kecu. Uveren sam da nema teorije da do toga dođe. Možda da nam plej zakasni mesec dana, ali nikako da ne dođe.
Upravo zbog toga sam ponovo za Palacia, zbog brzog uklapanja...

ps. na poslu sam, nemam brz net, pa jedva čekam da dođem kući i vidim ove snimke

#5669 Riquelme

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 16:29

Mene je posebno obradovalo sto imamo NIS na dresovima od pocetka sezone :ph34r:

#5670 pazi,valjak gazi

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 17:42

Da se ne zaboravi da sam ga ja najzustrije branio. Ne mogu da verujem da su neki ovde hteli Micova umesto ove legende...


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