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Greek U18 Rising Stars Review

During the weekend of October 27th to 29th, the inaugural three gamedays of the Rising Stars U18 tournament took place in Greece, featuring matchups in multiple venues across Athens and Thessaloniki. A total of 18 thrilling games unfolded during this action-packed weekend, showcasing a crop of promising young prospects who truly shone with their exceptional performances. In this report, we will take a closer look at the standout talents from the first weekend of action.

The Nikola Topić school of pick and roll

After some impressive Adidas Next Generations Tournament performances and a summer run that saw Serbia take the gold medal in the U18 European Championships, Nikola Topić has arrived at the senior level, launching his campaign to the 2024 NBA Draft. With Mega’s focus in developing talent, Topić has found a place where he can evolve…

Late 1st/2nd Round International prospects to get to know before the NBA Draft

On June 22nd, 58 players (due to NBA team suspensions) will become part of the NBA, a dream of a lifetime for most young players. On the international front, Victor Wembanyama is the clear number 1 option, already preparing to be a San Antonio Spur. Bilal Coulibaly has developed this season into a clear lottery…

Your guide for the 2023 ANGT Finals

The Adidas Next Generation Tournament comes to a close this weekend in Kaunas, along with the Euroleague Final Four. Qualifier winners Real Madrid and Barcelona share Group A with Crvena Zvezda and Panathinaikos, while Joventut Badalona and Mega, winners of the other two qualifiers, will be playing in Group B along Next Generation Select Team and Zalgiris. We bring you the players to keep an eye on during the tournament, with a collection of some of the best talented young players in Europe.

The generational passing ability of Juan Nuñez

Let me preface this by clarifying that I rarely give out the “generational” stamp to whatever skill from a player I’m watching or writing about. If used too many times, it loses its meaning, so I am very careful with the way and how often I use it. And that’s why I did it with…

Munich ANGT Recap

No surprise in Munich, as Real Madrid took home the trophy, after a completely dominant and convincing display at the tournament. Here is the recap of three days full of basketball in south Germany.

Ones to watch – ANGT Munich

The Adidas Next Generation Tournament is back in Munich. From January 20th to the 22nd, eight teams will battle for a place in the Finals. At the Audi Dome, teams from five different countries, plus the Next Generation Team, constituted by players from the nearby regions. 3 days full of exciting games, where scouts, coaches and fans will have the chance to watch the best prospects in European basketball. A tournament to follow through Eurohoops (both the website and social media).

L’Hospitalet U18 Tournament: Final Day

Yesterday was the final day at the 43rd Torneig Junior Ciutat de L’Hospitalet, the U18 International Tournament in L’Hospitalet, a marquee date in scouting calendars in Europe. In the morning games, FC barcelona outlasted Unicaja Málaga in an epic 2006 generation showdown between Barcelona’s Dame Sarr and Dayan Nessah and Unicaja Málaga’s Mario Saint-Supéry, the…

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