Serbien - Basketball Translate this page Im europäischen basketball spielen Serben ebenfalls eine nicht unbedeutendeRolle - hier ein Und MVP der Euroleague in dieser Saison war dejan bodiroga. http://www.serbien-montenegro.de/html/serbien_-_basketball.html
Extractions: - Die Nummer 1 in Europa Serbischer Basketball im Weltvergleich Serbien-Montenegro ist neben den USA das erfolgreichste Land im Basketball. Bei der erstmaligen Aufstellung einer Weltrangliste durch die FIBA (Federation International du Basketball) im November 2003 nahm Serbien-Montenegro den ersten Platz in der Weltrangliste ein: FIBA-Weltrangliste der Basketballnationalmannschaften 2003/04 1. Serbien-Montenegro - 988 Punkte 10. Italien - 283 Punkte (Quelle: www.fiba.com vom 17. November 2003) Seit der Auflösung Jugoslawiens hat Serbien-Montenegro die Erfolgsgeschichte des jugoslawischen Basketballs fortgesetzt und errang zwischen 1995 und 2003 alles in allem drei Europameistertitel, zwei Weltmeistertitel und eine Silbermedaille bei den Olympischen Spielen. Bei der Weltmeisterschaft 2002 in Indianapolis schlug Jugoslawien (bestehend aus Serbien und Montenegro) nicht nur eine NBA-Auswahl der USA (mit 7 All-Star-Spielern), sondern holte auch zum zweiten Mal in Folge den Weltmeistertitel ( Bilder aus Indianapolis Während die BR Jugoslawien (bestehend aus Serbien und Montenegro) zweimal die Weltmeisterschaft gewonnen hat, hat das ehemalige (Gesamt-)Jugoslawien drei Weltmeister- titel errungen. Insgesamt hat Jugoslawien/Serbien-Montenegro demnach 5 WM-Titel - und damit mehr als jedes andere Land der Welt. Mit anderen Worten:
Basketball.de Forum - Drazen Petrovic Translate this page dejan bodiroga ist aber das ganze Orchester. Also ist die Sache ziemlich klar . bodiroga ist für mich die Führungspersönlichkeit im basketball überhaupt! http://www.basketball.de/forum/showthread.php?pagenumber=2&threadid=7278
Basketball | FC Barcelona Community Translate this page bodiroga is back!!! dcdmq. Pesic hat für den basketball bei Barca so ca. diesselbe Dass Real trotzdem nicht gewinnen konnte (obwohl dejan bodiroga eine http://forum.fcbarcelona.ch/archive/1511/thread.html
Athens Olympics 2004 Day 6 basketball Events. Men s 1st Round Group A - SCG vs NZL Vule Avdalovic,dejan bodiroga, Predrag Drobnjak, Nenad Krstic, Djuro Ostojic, http://www.theage.com.au/olympics/schedule/basketball/day6.html
Extractions: @import url("/olympics/css/athens_theage.css"); Welcome to 2004 Olympics. Skip directly to: Search Box Section Navigation Content Athens document.write(showDates('-7')); (max 22C) Melbourne document.write(showDates('0')); (max 17C) August Basketball Men's 1st Round - Group A - SCG vs NZL Men's 1st Round - Group A - ITA vs ESP Men's 1st Round - Group B - USA vs AUS Men's 1st Round - Group B - PUR vs ANG ... Back to top New Zealand Ed Book, Dillon Boucher, Pero Cameron, Mark Dickel, Paul Henare, Phil Jones, Sean Marks, Aaron Olson, Kirk Penney, Tony Rampton, Paora Winitana defeated Serbia and Montenegro Vule Avdalovic, Dejan Bodiroga, Predrag Drobnjak, Nenad Krstic, Djuro Ostojic, Aleksandar Pavlovic, Petar Popovic, Vladimir Radmanovic, Igor Rakocevic, Vlado Scepanovic, Dejan Tomasevic, Milos Vujanic Back to top Spain José Manuel Calderon, Jaume Comas, Rodrigo De La Fuente Morgado, Roberto Dueñas Hernandez, Rodolfo Fernandez, Jorge Garbajosa, Pau Gasol, Iker Iturbe, Carlos Jiménez, Juan Carlos Navarro, Felipe Reyes, Oscar Yebra defeated Italy Gianluca Basile, Massimo Bulleri, Roberto Chiacig, Giacomo Galanda, Luca Garri, Denis Marconato, Michele Mian, Gianmarco Pozzecco, Nikola Radulovic, Alex Righetti, Rodolfo Rombaldoni, Matteo Soragna
The Sydney Morning Herald Your shout dejan bodiroga, left, and Predrag Stojakovic celebrate after It s wonderful we won here in the United States, where basketball is from, http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/09/09/1031115997754.html
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HoopsHype - Articles - The Biggest Threat However, that position almost certainly belongs to the versatile dejan bodiroga, bodiroga lacks athleticism and quickness, his shooting mechanic is slow http://www.hoopshype.com/articles/yugoslavia_sierra.htm
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Extractions: Yugoslav basketball players has confirmed in 1998 that they are playing, besides American professionals from the NBA, the most attractive and the best basketball in the world. After lifting the sanctions, the Yugoslav national basketball team does not know what is failure. They returned to the great world scene in 1995 when they won the European champion title in Athens. One year later, the best Yugoslav basketball players lost to USA "Dream Team" in the finals of the Olympic Games in Atlanta, and in 1997 confirmed their superiority in Europe. In 1998, once again for the fourth time, they became the world champions. The first coach of the Yugoslav national team Zeljko Obradovic had a lot of troubles to compose the team on the eve of the 13th World Basketball Championship. He could not count on the starters from Atlanta, Zoran Savic, Vlade Divac and Predrag Danilovic. Administrative obstacles prevented the Yugoslav players with the Greek citizenship, Stojakovic, Tarlac and Gurovic to finally play for Yugoslavia. Moreover, the captain of the national team Aleksandar Djordjevic arrived to preparations for the championship insufficiently ready due to operation of his injured leg. The following players of the national team went to Athens: Dejan Bodiroga, Vlado Scepanovic, Sasa Obradovic, Nikola Loncar, Dragan Lukovski, Miroslav Beric, Aleksandar Djordjevic, Zeljko Rebraca, Predrag Drobnjak, Nikola Bulatovic, Dejan Tomasevic and Milenko Topic.
Participants bodiroga dejan, 2 MAR 1973, 2.03 / 6 8 , 96 / 212, G Guard Despite a richbasketball heritage including 5 World Championships and 8 European titles, http://www.athens2004.com/en/ParticipantBiography?noc=SCG&discipline=BK&gender=M
Extractions: Caption: Spain's Rodrigo De la Fuente, foreground, is chased by Serbia and Montenegro's Dejan Bodiroga during their men's preliminary basketball game at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, Saturday, August 21, 2004. Spain won the game 76-68. Event: Athens 2004 Olympic Games Location: Athens / Greece Restrictions: NONE Topics: Athens 2004 Olympic Games Basketball Sport Sports Events File Size: 450.5 KB (1493pixel X 2000pixel)
Bodiroga Says Goodbye dejan bodiroga has announced that he will be leaving Winterthur FC Barcelonaafter three highly successful years with the club. http://www.fcbarcelona.com/eng/noticias/noticias/n05061009.shtml
Extractions: document.layers) ? document.write("") : document.write("") Home Sitemap Contact us Type Today's headlines Reactions Official notes Interviews ... Others Subject All The Club Football Basketball ... Roller hockey Specials 125th aniversary Joan Gamper Back More News Basketball 10, JUN 05 18:00 Leaving in gratitude Winterthur FC Barcelona's Serbian forward says he is pleased and proud to have formed part of the team: "My days with FC Barcelona end here. I am proud to have represented this club. I would like to thank everybody who has worked with me, my team mates, the coaching staff, and the whole club in general." The Euroleague is, of course, the forwards fondest memory. "I am so proud to have been able to win such the much-desired Euroleague. I feel that I have done everything I was contracted to do and more. I won five titles, helped get the Palau full again and I can only thank everybody, the club and the city." Three successful years The player from Zrenjanin cam to the club at the start of the 2002-03 season from Panathinaikos, with the clear objective of guiding the club to European success, as he had already done at the Greek outfit in 2000 and 2002.
Extractions: The Coach Zeljko Obradovic is one of the best coaches in Europe if not the World. Few coaches can match his record for taking teams to the top. His teams have qualified for 8 different European Championship Final Fours and with his teams 2002 Euroleague Championship win over Kinder Bologna on their home court of the Palamaguti his teams have won 5 championship. Coach Obradovic first won the European Championship with Partizan (Belgrad) in 1992 followed by his move to basketball tradition rich Spain where he won his second and third titles at Head Coach at Joventut Badalona in 1994, and Real Madrid in 1995. Since moving to Athens and one of the elite clubs in Europe, Panathinaikos, he has now added a second title for the Greens in 2002 to go along with the first in 2000.
Chronicles: A Magazine Of American Culture However, bodiroga s point is also valid There is no reason why Yugoslav That fact shaped the outcome of the first World basketball Championship to be http://www.chroniclesmagazine.org/Chronicles/December2002/1202Zarkovic.html
Extractions: by Miodrag Zarkovic "I don't care who didn't play for the American team," boasted Dejan Bodiroga, captain of the Yugoslav national team that won the gold medal on September 8 at the 2002 World Basketball Championship for Men in Indianapolis. "That is their problem, not ours. We won the game, and that's what only matters. If they want to beat us, they'll have to send some better players next time." The Yugoslavs beat Argentina to win the gold medal, after a shocking victory over the United States in the quarterfinals. It is true that Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant, Allen Iverson, and Jason Kidd did not play for the American team, the first to be made up of NBA players to lose in international competition. However, Bodiroga's point is also valid: There is no reason why Yugoslav players should feel any less triumphant. The Americans lost three games in this championship, the gold medal, and their reputation for being unbeatable. And whatever anyone may say, it is much harder to defeat the team that showed up to play against you than the one that did not. Nor was the American team a bad one; quite the contrary. Each of the 12 players is an NBA star. Reggie Miller is an All-Star veteran who won gold medals at the World Championship in Toronto in 1994 and at the Olympics in Atlanta in 1996. Jermaine O'Neal was the most improved NBA player one season ago. Andre Miller led the league in assists last season, while Ben Wallace was the best defender, rebounder, and shot-blocker. Paul Pierce and Baron Davis are also All-Star players. Head coach George Karl's team was packed with talent, and Karl had experience competing at the international level, having coached Spain's Real Madrid a decade ago.
US Dominates Serbia, 78-60 - 08/07/04 We are the team that everyone wants to play their best basketball against Igor Rakocevic led SerbiaMontenegro with 18 points, and bodiroga who did http://www.detnews.com/2004/olympics/0408/09/olympics-235180.htm
Extractions: Get Home Delivery BELGRADE, Serbia-Montenegro Perhaps the worst is already in the past for the U.S. Olympic mens basketball team. Following Coach Larry Browns mantra of playing the right way, the Americans dominated the defending world champions with defense in an impressive 78-60 exhibition victory over Serbia-Montenegro on Friday night.